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William Cole
  Descendants of William Cole - 1200 AD
 
Generation No. 1
1. WILLIAM2 COLE (COLE1)1,2 was born Abt. 1200 in Hutenesleigh in the county of Devon3, and died 12434.
Notes for WILLIAM COLE:
Hutenesleigh In the County of Devon
James Karlos has his death in 1273. Not sure which one is the correct entry.
Child of WILLIAM COLE is:
2. i. ROGER3 COLE, b. Unknown, Hutenesleigh in the county of Devon; d. 1273.
 
Generation No. 2
2. ROGER3 COLE (WILLIAM2, COLE1)5,6 was born Unknown in Hutenesleigh in the county of Devon7, and died 1273.
Notes for ROGER COLE:
Hutenesleigh in the County of Devon.
Child of ROGER COLE is:
3. i. ROGER4 COLE, b. 1316; d. 1336, County of Devon.
 
Generation No. 3
3. ROGER4 COLE (ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)8,9 was born 131610,11,12, and died 1336 in County of Devon13,14.
Notes for ROGER COLE:
Countie of Devon
Child of ROGER COLE is:
4. i. JOHN5 COLE, b. Unknown, Devon/Cornwall; d. 1336, Countye of Devon & Cornwall.
 
Generation No. 4
4. JOHN5 COLE (ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)15,16 was born Unknown in Devon/Cornwall17, and died 1336 in Countye of Devon & Cornwall18,19.
Child of JOHN COLE is:
5. i. KNIGHT JOHN6 COLE, b. Abt. 1331; d. Aft. 1380.
 
Generation No. 5
5. KNIGHT JOHN6 COLE (JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)20,21,22 was born Abt. 133123, and died Aft. 138023. He married ANN BODRUGAN23,24,25 Unknown. She was born Abt. 133726, and died Unknown.
Notes for KNIGHT JOHN COLE:
Knight of Nythway, sonne and heir of John Cole. Married Ann bodrugan, daughter and heir of Nicholas Bodrugan, 3rd sonne of Sir Henry Brodrugan, Knight, and Isabell, daughter of William Wallesborow, in descent from Sir Otto Bordrugan sonne and heire of Henry Bodrugan, Knight, died # E. 2 (1309) seized of the Mannor of Tregerien in Cornwall
 
More About KNIGHT JOHN COLE:
Occupation: Knight of Nythway
Child of JOHN COLE and ANN BODRUGAN is:
6. i. WILLIAM7 COLE, b. Abt. 1357; d. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 6
6. WILLIAM7 COLE (JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)26,27,28 was born Abt. 135729, and died Unknown. He married MARGARET (BEAUPELL) BEWPELL30,31 Unknown. She was born Abt. 136132, and died Unknown.
Child of WILLIAM COLE and MARGARET BEWPELL is:
7. i. KNIGHT JOHN8 COLE, b. Abt. 1383; d. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 7
7. KNIGHT JOHN8 COLE (WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)32,33,34 was born Abt. 138335, and died Unknown. He married AGNES FITZ WARYN35,36,37 Unknown. She was born Abt. 138738, and died Unknown.
More About KNIGHT JOHN COLE:
Occupation: Knight
Children of JOHN COLE and AGNES WARYN are:
8. i. SR. ADAM9 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
9. ii. WILLIAM COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
10. iii. ROBERT COLE.
11. iv. GENT JOHN COLE, b. Abt. 1411; d. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 8
8. SR. ADAM9 COLE (JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married ELIZABETH WESTAN. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Child of ADAM COLE and ELIZABETH WESTAN is:
i. JOHN10 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
 
9. WILLIAM9 COLE (JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Children of WILLIAM COLE are:
12. i. WILLIAM10 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
ii. STEPHEN COLE.
 
10. ROBERT9 COLE (JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)
Child of ROBERT COLE is:
13. i. JOHN10 COLE.
 
11. GENT JOHN9 COLE (JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)38,39 was born Abt. 141140, and died Unknown. He married JANE MERIOT40,41 Unknown. She was born Abt. 141542, and died Unknown.
More About GENT JOHN COLE:
Occupation: Gent
Children of JOHN COLE and JANE MERIOT are:
14. i. SIMON10 COLE, d. 1497, County of Devon.
15. ii. GENTLEMAN WILLIAM COLE, b. Bet. 1430 - 1439; d. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 9
12. WILLIAM10 COLE (WILLIAM9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Child of WILLIAM COLE is:
16. i. JOHN11 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
 
13. JOHN10 COLE (ROBERT9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)
Child of JOHN COLE is:
17. i. WALTER11 COLE.
 
14. SIMON10 COLE (JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) died 1497 in County of Devon43. He married ALICE LEURI.
Child of SIMON COLE and ALICE LEURI is:
i. JOANE11 COLE, m. WILLIAM HELE.
 
15. GENTLEMAN WILLIAM10 COLE (JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)44 was born Bet. 1430 - 143945, and died Unknown. He married ELIZABETH WESTON46 Unknown. She was born Abt. 145047, and died Unknown.
Child of WILLIAM COLE and ELIZABETH WESTON is:
18. i. JOHN11 COLE, b. Abt. 1468.
 
Generation No. 10
16. JOHN11 COLE (WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married ELIZABETH MARTYN. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Child of JOHN COLE and ELIZABETH MARTYN is:
19. i. WILLIAM12 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
 
17. WALTER11 COLE (JOHN10, ROBERT9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)
Child of WALTER COLE is:
20. i. STEPHEN12 COLE.
 
18. JOHN11 COLE (WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)47,48 was born Abt. 146849,50. He married MARY ARCHDEACON51 Unknown. She was born Abt. 145052,53.
Child of JOHN COLE and MARY ARCHDEACON is:
21. i. THOMAS12 COLE, b. Abt. 1494, London; d. April 1571.
 
Generation No. 11
19. WILLIAM12 COLE (JOHN11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married CATALINA DE GALLEGOS. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Child of WILLIAM COLE and CATALINA DE GALLEGOS is:
22. i. ROGER13 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
 
20. STEPHEN12 COLE (WALTER11, JOHN10, ROBERT9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)
Child of STEPHEN COLE is:
i. JOHN13 COLE.
 
21. THOMAS12 COLE (JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)53,54 was born Abt. 1494 in London55,56, and died April 157157. He married ELIZABETH HARGRAVES58 Abt. 1510 in London, England59. She was born Abt. 1498 in London, England60,61.
Notes for THOMAS COLE:
It appears by a faire Booke of Pedigrees and Discents fol. 81, 145, 136 & 252, being ye proper handwriting of ye Robt. Cooke al's Clarcnceaux King of Arms, written in the yeare of 1585, that this Thomas Cole was son of John Cole and Mary Archdeacon; and that he married Elizabeth Hargraves, daughter of Thomas Hargraves of London and of Rose, his wife.
 
More About THOMAS COLE:
Burial: All Hallows Church62
Children of THOMAS COLE and ELIZABETH HARGRAVES are:
23. i. MARTHA13 COLE.
ii. THOMAS COLE.
24. iii. EMANUEL COLE.
25. iv. WILLIAM COLE, b. Abt. 1520; d. February 15, 1600/01.
26. v. SOLOMAN COLE, b. January 08, 1546/47.
 
Generation No. 12
22. ROGER13 COLE (WILLIAM12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, WILLIAM9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married ANN MAISTERS. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Children of ROGER COLE and ANN MAISTERS are:
i. JR. ROGER14 COLE.
ii. JOHN COLE.
iii. ELIZABETH COLE.
iv. CATALINE COLE.
v. SUSANNA COLE.
 
23. MARTHA13 COLE (THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) She married JOHN WARSOP.
Children of MARTHA COLE and JOHN WARSOP are:
i. JOHN14 WARSOP.
ii. ROSE WARSOP, m. GEORGE SMITH.
iii. ELIZABETH WARSOP, d. 162362; m. THOMAS WATSON.
More About THOMAS WATSON:
Occupation: Knight
 
24. EMANUEL13 COLE (THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) He married MARGARET INGAM.
Child of EMANUEL COLE and MARGARET INGAM is:
27. i. WILLIAM14COLE,SIR, b. Unknown.
 
25. WILLIAM13 COLE (THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)63,64 was born Abt. 152065,66, and died February 15, 1600/0167. He married ANN COLLES68 Abt. 1530 in London, England69. She was born Abt. 1524 in Bradwell, Buckingham, England70,71.
Children of WILLIAM COLE and ANN COLLES are:
i. THOMAS14 COLE72, b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. KATHERN WARNETT72; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
28. ii. MICHAEL COLE, b. February 06, 1501/02.
29. iii. WILLIAM COLE, b. Abt. 1546; d. Unknown.
 
26. SOLOMAN13 COLE (THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born January 08, 1546/4773, and died 73. He married MARY DEERING Unknown. She was born Unknown.
Children of SOLOMAN COLE and MARY DEERING are:
i. THOMAS14 COLE, b. Unknown; m. MARY WALLER.
ii. HENRY COLE, b. Unknown; m. SUSAN MICHELBORM.
iii. JOHN COLE, b. Unknown.
iv. SOLOMAN COLE, b. Unknown.
v. GEORGE COLE, b. Unknown.
vi. MARY COLE, b. Unknown; m. JOHN ADG.
vii. WINIFRED COLE, b. Unknown; m. JOHN WOOD, Unknown; b. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 13
27. WILLIAM14COLE,SIR (EMANUEL13 COLE, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born Unknown. He married SUSANNA CROFT. She was born Unknown.
Children of WILLIAM COLE,SIR and SUSANNA CROFT are:
i. MARY15 COLE, b. Unknown; m. JOHN BARCLAY.
More About JOHN BARCLAY:
Occupation: Reverand Master
ii. MARGARET COLE, b. Unknown; m. SIR JAMES MONTOMERY, Unknown; b. Unknown.
iii. MICHAEL COLE, b. Unknown.
iv. SIR JOHN COLE, b. Unknown.
 
28. MICHAEL14 COLE (WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)74 was born February 06, 1501/0275. He married MARGARET SKYNNER.
Child of MICHAEL COLE and MARGARET SKYNNER is:
i. ELIZABETH15 COLE, m. SIR WILLIAM WHEELER.
 
29. WILLIAM14 COLE (WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)76,77 was born Abt. 154678,79, and died Unknown. He married ELIZABETH DEARDS79,80 Bef. 1570 in England81. She was born Abt. 155081, and died Unknown.
Children of WILLIAM COLE and ELIZABETH DEARDS are:
30. i. HUMPHREYS15 COLE, b. 1560, Tillingham Essex England; d. March 27, 1624, Tillingham, Essex, Clark, England.
ii. WILLIAM COLE82, b. Unknown.
iii. ARTHUR COLE82, b. Unknown.
iv. MICHAEL COLE82, b. Unknown.
31. v. NATHANIEL COLE, b. Unknown.
vi. THOMAS COLE82, b. Unknown.
vii. ROBERT COLE82, b. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 14
30. HUMPHREYS15 COLE (WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)82,83 was born 1560 in Tillingham Essex England84,85, and died March 27, 1624 in Tillingham, Essex, Clark, England86,87. He married HESTER87,88 Abt. 1590 in England89. She was born Abt. 157089.
Notes for HUMPHREYS COLE:
Made his will 4 November 1623, proved 17 May 1624. He was of Tillingham, Essex. (Dean and Chapter of st. Paul Register D. 1608-1633). Of William, he said: "Item. I do give unto William Cole, now in Virginia (if he be livinge) my three acres of freehold more or lesse with anew barne built upon it called Sewders Head in Tillingham, etc."
Mary Brice shows birthdate as 1547.
Children of HUMPHREYS COLE and HESTER are:
32. i. WILLIAM16 COLE, b. 1598, England; d. Bef. September 15, 1664, Warwick Co. VA.
33. ii. THOMAS COLE, b. 1600; d. 1641.
34. iii. MARY (JANE) COLE, b. 1605; d. November 06, 1638, VA.
35. iv. ROBERT COLE, b. Unknown.
v. JOHN COLE90, b. Unknown.
vi. MARTHA COLE, b. Unknown; d. December 14, 163891; m. (1) HUNT; m. (2) JAMES WALKER; b. 158391; d. January 30, 1616/1791; m. (3) MICHIAH WOOD92, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. 162893.
 
31. NATHANIEL15 COLE (WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)94 was born Unknown.
Children of NATHANIEL COLE are:
i. NATHANIEL16 COLE.
ii. THOMAS COLE.
iii. JOHN COLE.
 
Generation No. 15
32. WILLIAM16 COLE (HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)94,95 was born 1598 in England96,97, and died Bef. September 15, 1664 in Warwick Co. VA98,99. He married (1) SARAHA. He married (2) FRANCIS100 Unknown. She was born 1597 in England101.
Notes for WILLIAM COLE:
Born in England and died in Warwick County, Virginia. He came to Virginia in the Neptune, 1618 and settled in Elizabeth City County, where he received a grant of land in 1625. He was a member of the House of Buresses in 1629, representing "Nutmeg" Quarter, a settlement which, in 1634, became Warwick Ciuty County. William Cole married Frances (maiden name unknown) and had son William, born in 1638, and probably two other sons, John and Richard, mentioned at that period in Warwick County.
The following is exerpted from Adventures of Purse and Person, pg 206.
William Cole , eldest son of Humprhie Cole, "Clarke" of Tillingham, Essex, England, and his wife Hester, came to Virginia in the Neptune in 1618 and at the time of the muster, 1624/25, was living in Elizabeth City, aged 26, with his wife Francis (Frances), aged 27, who came on the Susan, 1616, and Roger Farbrase, aged 26, who came in the Elizabeth, 1621. Thier neighbor was Alexander Mountney who had patented 100 acres in the Corporation of Elizabeth City, 20 Sept, 1624, lying "east upon William Cole". His own grant of 50 acres at Kecoughtan (Elizabeth City) is of record,1625.
William Cole represented Nutmeg Quarter in the House of Burgesses, 1629. This settlement, bordering the James River in that part of Elizabeth Ciuty which became Warwick River County, 1634, was a few miles southeast of "Bolthrope", purchased by William Cole, 1671, and the seat of the Cole family for almost one hundred years. William Cole had died by 15 Sept, 1664, for on 1Aug, 1665, a tract of 100 acres in Accomack County, formerly granted "to William Cole, dec'd., and lately found to escheat." was
assigned to Richard Hinman, the patent to Hinman stating that Col. Miles Cary, Escheator General, deposed concerning the facts.
 
ADVENTURERS OF PURSE AND PERSON
2. WILLIAM2 COLE (William1) bought, 1671, the "Bolthrope" plantation' of 1350 acres7 lying on the Warwick River between "Denbigh," the Mathews plantation, and "Windmill Point," the seat of the Carys. In addition, on 20 April 1685 Cole acquired 1433 acres lying largely in Warwick County but partly in Elizabeth City, "commonly called Newport News according to the most ancient and lawful hounds."~ This was the major portion of a grant to the heirs of' Daniel Gookin, who had settled at Newport News, March 1621/2. It extended along the James River from its mouth approximately four miles.
 
William2 Cole was appointed to the Council, March 1674/5, and served until l692.~ He was one of the two members of that body delegated to confer with Nathaniel Bacon the Younger when his party of fusileers besieged the State House at Jamestown, 1676. Before the Councillors had time to come to an agreement with Bacon, however, Governor Berkeley, overcome by anger, intervened.'0 Subsequently the Governor was forced to flee from Jamestown and departed for the Eastern Shore in company with a number of his advisors, among them Col. Cole, who was de nounced by Bacon as one of Governor Berkeley's "evil advisers."
Col. William2 (~le was appointed by the Council Secretary of State, 22 oct. 1689, tlP()~ the death of Nicholas Spencer and the King's order of approval was issued 2 Jan. 1689/90." On 15 April 1692 he addressed a petition to the King asking to be relieved of oflice, ('otliplaining that "he is lately much decayed in his body" and of"a deepe Melancholly that hath Seized him." The Council on 23 June 1692 relieved him of his responsibilities as Secretary and as Collector for the Lower District off James River. He was named first after Governor Francis Nicholson as a trustee in the Charter of the College of William and Mary 8 Feb. l692/3.
He died 4 March 1693/4 in the 56th year of his age and was buried at "Bolthrope" where his tombstone. inscribed with the Cole arms, stated that he ~was unspotted on the bench, untaynted at the bar". He left a will, now lost, of which Dudley Digges was an executor.
He marred (l), by 1674,_______, (2) 14. Anne Digges (see DIGGES). who died 22 Nov. 1686 in her 29th year, and (3) Martha Lear, died 4 Aug. 1704, daughter of Col. John lear (died 1695 of Nansemond County, member of the Council. His widow married (2) 8 Lewis Burwell (see BURWELL). Col. Coles orphans were charged with 1350 acres in Warwick County. 1704.
Issue (by I) 3. SUSANNA, (by 2) 4 Edward, died before 1686; 5. Digges3, died before [686. named with his brother on their mother's tormbstone. (by 3) 6. Martha , died 19 April 1698 in her 8th year; 7. John, died before 1698; 8. Mary, died before 1698. named with her brother on her sister's tombstone; 9. WILLIAM.
3. SUSANNAH COLE (Williarn2, Wifliarn1) married 16.Dudley Digges of the E D plantation. later "Bellfield" York County. who died 18 Jan. 1710/Il. She predeceased hirn in 1708.
Issue: see DIGGES.
 
 
 
Children of WILLIAM COLE and FRANCIS are:
36. i. JOHN17 COLE, b. Unknown; d. 1687.
ii. RICHARD COLE102, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iii. SARAH COLE102, b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. ELIAS BEACH, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iv. SUSAN COLE102, b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. RICHARD BENTON; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
37. v. WILLIAM COLE, b. 1638, England; d. March 04, 1693/94, Warwick Co. VA.
 
33. THOMAS16 COLE (HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)102 was born 1600103, and died 1641103. He married REBECA.
Children of THOMAS COLE and REBECA are:
i. REBECA17 COLE.
ii. MARY COLE.
 
34. MARY (JANE)16 COLE (HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)104 was born 1605105, and died November 06, 1638 in VA105. She married LT COL JOHN GEORGE106 November 04, 1623 in Tillingham Essex England107. He was born 1604 in Writtle England107, and died August 02, 1679 in Castle Creek, Isle of Wright VA107.
Notes for MARY (JANE) COLE:
There appears to be confusion about Mary's name, I have found on the GENDEX system a Jane Cole married to the same person. Who is correct?
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Dave:
Could you verify your record #610 "Mary"? I have the name "Jane", b. 1605 married Lt. Col. John George, had son Isaac who married Hester Fawdon.....etc.
According to my records, (and many others), we have the name Jane and I was wondering where the error is, or if she used/had both names. I've not seen her listed as Mary before. I come down the George line to the Blakey line, to the Eddins, and the Collins line, etc.
Also, you have a very nice site. I appreciate the sharing of your research with information. I think others should do the same, and not just list a bunch of names.
Meanwhile, I'll check with a few others too, and see if they have Jane or Mary - she is my 10th Great Grandmother, and I want to have her right in my records.
Thank you for any help you can lend,
Michele Bigelow
Child of MARY COLE and JOHN GEORGE is:
i. ISSAC17 GEORGE, b. February 20, 1634/35, Charles Co VA107; d. 1689107; m. HESTER FAWDEN.
 
35. ROBERT16 COLE (HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)108 was born Unknown.
Children of ROBERT COLE are:
i. ROBERT17 COLE, b. 1630109.
38. ii. HENRY COLE, b. 1644.
iii. THOMAS COLE, b. Unknown.
iv. HUMPHREY COLE, b. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 16
36. JOHN17 COLE (WILLIAM16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)110 was born Unknown, and died 1687111. He married ANN Unknown. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Children of JOHN COLE and ANN are:
i. WILLIAM18 COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
ii. ELIZABETH COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iii. JOHN COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iv. NICHOLAS COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
v. MARY COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
 
37. WILLIAM17 COLE (WILLIAM16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)112,113,114 was born 1638 in England115,116, and died March 04, 1693/94 in Warwick Co. VA117,118. He married (2) ANN DIGGES119. She was born Abt. 1658120, and died November 22, 1686120. He married (3) MARTHA LEAR121,122. She was born 1668 in Nansemond Co. VA123, and died August 04, 1704123.
Notes for WILLIAM COLE:
Honorable William Cole, born, 1638, died 4 March 1694, established his home at "Baldrup," Warwick County, Virginia, pleasantly located on the Warwick River near Denbigh, and it was the seat of the Cole Family for nearly a hundred years. Mentioned frequently as attorney in Warwick and York Counties and as Colonel of the military, he was named by Governor William Berkley as a member of the Council in March 1675, serving as continuously for seventeen years. During this period he was appointed by the King to be Secretary of the Colony, succeeding NIcholas Spencer 22 October 1689, and was a signatory to the petition to secure a grant from the Crown to build the college which became William and Mary. William Cole married first (name of wife unknown) by whom he had 1. Susannah, (1674-1708), who married Dudley Digges (1665-1710), son of Governor Edward Digges and grandson of Sir Dudley Digges, Master of the Rolls for King Charles I. William Cole married second Ann Digges (1658-1686), daughter of Governor Digges. He married third Martha Lear (1668-1704), daughter of Colonel John Lear of Nansemond County, and by her had II. William Cole
From Adventures of Purse and Person
William Cole (William) bought, 1671, the "Bolthrupe" plantation of 1350 acres lying on the Warwick River between "Denbigh," the Mathews plantation, and "Windmill Point," the seat of the Carys. In addition, on 20 April 1685 Cole acquired 1433 acres laying largely in Warwick County but partly in Elizabeth City, "commonly called Newport News according to the most ancient and lawful bounds." This was the major portion of a grant to the heirs of Daniel Gookin, who had settled at Newport News, March 1621/22. It extended along the James River from its mouth approximately four miles.
William Cole was appointed to the Council, March 1674/5, and served until 1692. He was one of the two members of that body delegated to confer with Nathaniel Bacon the Younger when his party of Fusileers besieged the State House at Jamestown, 1676. Before the Councilors had time to come to an aggreement with Bacon, however, Governor Berkeley, overcome by anger, intervened. Subsequently the Governor was forced to flee from Jamestown and departed for the Eastern Shore in company with a number of his advisors, among them Col. Cole, who was denounced by Bacon as one of Governors Berkeley's "evil advisors".
Col. William Cole was appointed by the Council Secretary of State, 22 Oct, 1689, upon the death of Nicholas Spencer and the King's order of approval was issued 2 Jan, 1689/90. In 15 April 1692 he addressed a petition to the King asking to be relieved of office, complaining that "he is lately much decayed in his body" and of "a deepe Melancholly that hath seized him." The council on 23 June 1692 relieved him of his responsibilities as Secretary and as Collector for the Lower District of James River. He was named first after Governor Francis Nicholson as a trustee in the Charter of the College of William and Mary, 8 Feb. 1692/3.
He died 4 March 1693/4 in the 56th year of his age and was buried at "Bolthrope," where his tombstone, inscribed with the Cole arms, stated that he "was unspotted on the bench, untaynted at the bar." He left a will, now lost. of which Dudley Digges was an executor.
He married first (1) by 1674, _____. (2) Anne Digges, who died 22 Nov, 1686 in her 29th year, and (3) Martha Lear, died 4 Aug, 1704, daughter of Col. John Lear (died 1695) of Nansemond County, member of the Council. His widow married (2) Lewis Burwell, Col. Cole's orphans were charged with 1350 acres in Warwick County, 1704.
Issue (by 1) 3. Susannah; (by 2) 4. Eward, died before 1686; 5 Digges, died before 1686, named with his brother on thier mother's tombstone; (by 3) 6. Martha, died 19 April 1698 in her eight year. 7. John, died before 1698; 8. Mary, died before 1698, names with her brother on her sister's tombstone; 9. William.
Children of WILLIAM COLE are:
i. SUSANNAH18 COLE124, b. 1674125; d. 1708125; m. DUDLEY DIGGES126; b. 1665127; d. 1710127.
39. ii. WILLIAM COLE, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
Children of WILLIAM COLE and ANN DIGGES are:
iii. EDWARD18 COLE, d. Bef. 1686127.
iv. DIGGES, d. Bef. 1686127.
Children of WILLIAM COLE and MARTHA LEAR are:
v. MARTHA18 COLE, b. 1690127.
More About MARTHA COLE:
Burial: April 19, 1698127
40. vi. (COLONEL) WILLIAM COLE, b. 1692, "Boldrup", Warwick Co., Colonial Virginia; d. June 12, 1729, "Boldrup", Warwick Co., Colonial Virginia.
vii. JOHN COLE, b. Unknown; d. Bef. 1698127.
viii. MARY COLE, b. Unknown; d. Bef. 1698127.
 
38. HENRY17 COLE (ROBERT16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1) was born 1644128.
Children of HENRY COLE are:
i. JANE18 COLE, b. Unknown.
ii. ELIZABETH COLE, b. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 17
39. WILLIAM18 COLE (WILLIAM17, WILLIAM16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)129 was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Notes for WILLIAM COLE:
9.. WILLIAM [COLE (William2, William1), born about 1691, was under the guardianship of Nicholas Curie who, 1711, following the death of his step-father Lewis Burwell, in behalf or his ward brought suit against Iwo of Burwells sons. By 1714 William Cole was of age for he then gave his bond with John Stith as security to construct warehouses at "Swineyards" and other places in Charles City County. He served as a justice, sheriff and coroner of Warwick County, was a member of the House of Burgesses from Warwick, 1715, l718, 1720-22, l723-26, was appointed a member of the Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary 1723, served as Deputy Receiver-General for Virginia, and comanded the county militia with the rank of colonel. He married Mary, presumably daughter of William Roscow (died 1700)
of Warwick County and his wife Mary Wilson. His will was date
l729. His widow died before 1752.
 
 
Child of WILLIAM COLE is:
i. WILLIAM19 COLE129, b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
Notes for WILLIAM COLE:
William. of Charles City County. left will, now lost, Oct. 1750-6 March 1750/1, married Elizabeth_____, who married (2). 1756. Philip Par Edmundson. 11. Mary, married Thomas West (see WEST), who died 1743. and (2) Ferdind Leigh, justice of King WiIiam County, who died I779 12. Jane
married (1) 30. Nathaniel Clairborne (see CLAIRORNE) (2). about 1758, Stephen Bingham of King William County, who left will dated 27 Aug. 1759. and (3) 27 Francis West (see West) Rosco, usher at the Gramrnar School at the College of William and Mary 1744. 1747, Iicensed for Virginia, 19 Jan. 1748/9. and received the King's Bounty, 21 Feb. 1748/9. arrived back in Virginia, May 1749. and served as minister of Warwick Parish Warwirk County, 1749-55, died about 1755, married ______, married (2), Sept. 1759, Charles Turnbull of Petersburg; James. died March 1767, aged 42, of Goochland County captain and major of militia, married Mary Willis, who died 1770, aged 47, leaving will 29 June 1770-17 Sept. 1770
 
 
40. (COLONEL) WILLIAM18 COLE (WILLIAM17, WILLIAM16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)130,131 was born 1692 in "Boldrup", Warwick Co., Colonial Virginia132,133, and died June 12, 1729 in "Boldrup", Warwick Co., Colonial Virginia134,135. He married MARY ROSCOW136 1710137. She was born 1694137, and died 1750137.
Notes for (COLONEL) WILLIAM COLE:
Col. William Cole, born 1692, died 1729, son of William Cole and Martha Lear, lived and died at "Boldrup" Warwick County. He was appointed a Justice in 1713, Deputy Reciever-General of the Colony, 1721; Vistor of William and Mary College, 1725;
Sheriff of Warwick County, 1726 and 1727; and elected a member of the House of Burgesses from 1718 to 1729. He married in 1710 Mary Roscow (1694-1750), daughter of William Roscow, Sr. (1664-1700) and his wife Mary Wilson (1675-1741), who was daughter of Col. William Wilson of Ceely's (1646-1713). William Cole and Mary Roscow had issue: 1. Martha (Mary) Cole, born 1711, married first Thomas West and second Ferdinando Leigh; 2. Susannah Cole, born 1713, married Col. Francis West; 3. William Cole, born 1715, married Elizabeth Cocke; 4. Richard Cole, born 1717, married Lydia Hansfor Hill; 5. Jane Cole, born 1719, married first Nathaniel Claiborne, second Stephen Bingham and third her brother-in-law Col. Francis West; 6. Roscow Cole, born 1721, marriced Racheal Robinson; 7. Capt. James Cole, born 1725, married Mary Wills.
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William Cole, born about 1691, was under the guardianship of Nicholas Curle who, 1711, following the death of his step-father Lewis Burwell, in behalf of his ward brought suit against two of Burwell's sons. By 1714 William Cole was of age for he then gave his bond with John Smith as security to construct warehouses at "Swineyards" and other places in Charles City County. He served as a justice, sheriff and coroner of Warwick County, was a member of the House of Burgesses from Warwick, 1715, 1718,
1720-22, 1723-26, was appointed a member of the Board of Visitors of the College of William and Mary 1723, servered as Deputy Receiver-General for Virginia, and commanded the county militia with the rank of colonel. He married Mary ______, presumably daughter of WIlliam Roscow (died 1700) of Warwick County and his wife Mary Wilson. His will dated 1729. His widow died before 1752.
Children of WILLIAM COLE and MARY ROSCOW are:
i. MARTHA MARY19 COLE138, b. 1711139; m. (1) THOMAS WEST140; b. Unknown; m. (2) FERNDINADO LEIGH140; b. Unknown.
ii. SUSANNAH COLE140, b. 1715141; d. Unknown; m. COL. FRANCIS WEST142, Unknown; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.
iii. WILLIAM COLE142, b. 1715143; m. ELIZABETH COCKE144.
41. iv. ESQ. RICHARD COLE, b. 1717, Boldrup Warick County VA; d. February 12, 1781, Louisa Co. VA.
v. JANE COLE144, b. 1719145; m. (1) COL. FRANCIS WEST146; b. Unknown; d. Unknown; m. (2) NATHANIEL CLAIBORNE146, Unknown; b. Unknown; m. (3) STEPHEN BINGHAM146, Unknown; b. Unknown.
vi. ROSCOW COLE146, b. 1721147; m. RACHAEL ROBINSON148.
vii. CAPT JAMES COLE148, b. 1725149; m. MARY WILLS150, Unknown; b. Unknown.
viii. JOHN COLE150, b. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 18
41. ESQ. RICHARD19 COLE (WILLIAM18, WILLIAM17, WILLIAM16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)151,152,152,153 was born 1717 in Boldrup Warick County VA154,155, and died February 12, 1781 in Louisa Co. VA156,157. He married (1) LYDIA HANSFORD HILL158,159,160 1737161,162. She was born 1720163,164, and died 1755165,166. He married (2) LEMENDER ARMISTED167 Unknown. She was born Unknown.
Notes for ESQ. RICHARD COLE:
Richard Cole, Esq., born 1717 at "Boldrup" Warwick County, Virginia. He followed the tide of pioneers westward and settled in that part of Hanover County which in 1742 became Louisa, where he became a land owner and planter. Too old for military service, he was a Revolutionary partriot who furnished provisions for the Colonial army. His will dated 7 November 1780, probated 12 February 1781. He married first in 1737, Lydia Hansford Hill (1720-1755), daughter of Samuel Hill (1697-1738) and Elizabeth Burt, who was a grandaughter of the Colonial Patriot, Capt Thomas Hansford (1646-1676), an officer in the army of Nathaniel Bacon, who led a rebellion against Governor Berkeley in 1676. Richard and Lydia had issue; 1. John, born 1738; 2. Martha "Patty" Cole, born 1740, married William McGehee; 3. William Cole, born 1742, married Eleanor Bibb; 4. Lydia Hansford Cole, born 1746, married James McGehee; 5. Rebecca Cole, born 1750, married Robert Wesley; 6 Samuel Hill Cole, born 1754, married Elizabeth Cosby.
Richard Cole married second, Lemender Armistead, by who he had one son. Amristead Cole, who was killed in the Revolutionary War.
Children of RICHARD COLE and LYDIA HILL are:
42. i. JOHN20 COLE, b. 1738, Louisa Co VA; d. 1799, Union Co. S.C..
ii. MARTHA "PATTY" COLE167, b. 1740168; m. WILLIAM MCGEHEE169, Unknown; b. Unknown.
43. iii. WILLIAM COLE, b. 1742, Louisa Co., Virginia Colony; d. 1795, Louisa Co., VA.
iv. LYDIA HANSFORD COLE169, b. 1746170; m. JAMES MCGEHEE171.
v. REBECCA COLE171, b. 1750172; m. ROBERT WESLEY173, Unknown; b. Unknown.
vi. SAMUEL HILL COLE173, b. 1754174; m. ELIZABETH COSBY175, Unknown; b. Unknown.
 
Generation No. 19
 
43. WILLIAM20 COLE (RICHARD19, WILLIAM18, WILLIAM17, WILLIAM16, HUMPHREYS15, WILLIAM14, WILLIAM13, THOMAS12, JOHN11, WILLIAM10, JOHN9, JOHN8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, JOHN5, ROGER4, ROGER3, WILLIAM2, COLE1)179,180,180,181 was born 1742 in Louisa Co., Virginia Colony182,183,184, and died 1795 in Louisa Co., VA185,186,187. He married ELEANOR BIBB188,189,190,191. She was born 1745192,193, and died 1832194,195.
Child of WILLIAM COLE and ELEANOR BIBB is: They are #3 below
45. i. RICHARD21 COLE, b. 1764, Virginia; d. November 19, 1840.
1 William Cole
  2 Richard Cole 1710 -
....... +Lydia Hill
  3 William Cole 1741 - 1795
.......... +Eleanor Bibb 1745 -
.......... 4 Sarah Cole
............. +George Talley 1765 -
............. 5 Sarah Talley
................ +Archibald Watt Thompson
................ 6 Mary Jane Thompson
................... +Alexander Stewart McGehee 1826 - 1893
................... 7 Frances Pierce McGeHee 1852 - 1929
...................... +Charles Thomas Terrell 1852 - 1923
...................... 8 Earley Thomas Terrell 1882 - 1967
......................... +Ophelia Louise Harris 1884 - 1968
......................... 9 James Emmett Terrell 1911 - 1967
............................ +Nannie Belle Clendenin 1910 - 1972
............................ 10 Nancy Terrell 1940 -
............................... +M.F. "Bud" Longnecker (Dr.) 1936 -
............................... 11 Michael Emmett Longnecker 1964 -
.................................. +Tina Wendy Hilty 1961 -
.................................. 12 Taylor Hilty Longnecker 1989 -
............................... 11 Gregory Stuart Longnecker 1966 -
.................................. +Helen Hernandez 1965 -
.................................. 12 Lauren Longnecker 1988 -
............................... *2nd Wife of Gregory Stuart Longnecker:
..................................... +Stacy Marie Weinkel 1977 -
.................................. 12 Christian Terrell Longnecker 1997 -
.................................. 12 Hannah Marie Longnecker 1998 -
............................ 10 James Emmett Terrell, Jr. 1944
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260. John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
261. Genealogical Information provided by Gertrude Ryan.
262. John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
263. Genealogical Information provided by Gertrude Ryan.
264. John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
265. Genealogical Information provided by Gertrude Ryan.
266. John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
267. Genealogical Information provided by Gertrude Ryan.
268. John S. Wurts, Magna Charta.
269. Genealogical Information provided by Gertrude Ryan.
 

First Continental Congress

The last will of William Coule of Hampton in the County of Norfolke, 1663
I william Coule being very Aged & now taken very sicke and nott like longe to Continue in this world & yett by Gods mercy retaining my perfect sence & understanding Doe Declare itt, to bee my last will as followeth viz thatt unice Coule my wife shall have all Her Cloathes which she left with mee both Her wollin Clothes & Her linin & Her small linin yt is to say Hancherchers neckclothes & Head linen thatt is made for Her; & for my Housen & lands that is free & nott Ingaged I Doe Give & bequeath the same unto Thomas Webstar of Hampton upon Good Considerations & my cattell & Houshold stuff & twoles & whatt Ever Else Remaines free after Ingagements Discharged all to Remaine unto the sole & propur use of the sd Thomas Webster his Heires & Assignes for Ever upon Condition of his keeping of mee Comfortably Duering the time of my naturall life & I doe appoint my loving friends Deacon Willia Godfrey & Thomas webstar to bee my lowfull Exequetors to this my last will & Testiment the which I Conferme with my hand & seale the twenty sixt of may one thousand six Hundred & sixty two

William [Seal] Coule
His marke & Seale

Sealed & Confermed in ye presents of us
William Godrey
His X marke
Samuell Dalton

[Proved April 14, 1663.]
[Essex County, Mass., Probate Files, and Norfolk County, Mass., Court Files, vol. 1, p. 35.]

[Inventory of the estate; amount, £59.1.0; attested by Thomas Webster, executor.]
[Essex County, Mass., Probate Files, and Norfolk County, Mass., Court Files, vol. 1, p. 35.]

[Order of court April 14, 1663, that Thomas Webster, executor of the will of "old Cole" of Hampton, pay the widow one half of the balance after paying the debts.
Amount, £ 59.14.0
Debts, 18.13.7
£ 41. 0.5
The one half payable to the widow, Eunice Cole, was ordered to be paid to the selectmen of Hampton for her use.]
[Norfolk County, Mass., Court Records.]

William Cole (right) was a member of the First Continental Congress of Virginia
http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/british/brit-2.html

 WILLIAM COLE'S FATHER - WILLIAM COULE - WAS AN INFANT IN JAMESTOWN
VIRGINIA - FOUNDED IN 1607. HIS WILL IS BELOW. His son, William Cole,
is the first Cole to be born on American soil and therefore qualifies the
Terrell family to be members of the FFV through direct descendancy

 1 William Cole
  2 Richard Cole 1710 -
....... +Lydia Hill
 ..... 3 William Cole 1741 - 1795 -
.......... +Eleanor Bibb 1745 -
.......... 4 Sarah Cole
............. +George Talley 1765 -
............. 5 Sarah Talley
................ +Archibald Watt Thompson
................ 6 Mary Jane Thompson
................... +Alexander Stewart McGehee 1826 - 1893
................... 7 Frances Pierce McGeHee 1852 - 1929
...................... +Charles Thomas Terrell 1852 - 1923
...................... 8 Earley Thomas Terrell 1882 - 1967
......................... +Ophelia Louise Harris 1884 - 1968
......................... 9 James Emmett Terrell 1911 - 1967
............................ +Nannie Belle Clendenin 1910 - 1972
............................ 10 Nancy Terrell 1940 -
............................... +M.F. "Bud" Longnecker (Dr.) 1936 -
............................... 11 Michael Emmett Longnecker 1964 -
.................................. 12 Taylor Hilty Longnecker 1989 -
............................... 11 Gregory Stewart Longnecker 1966 -
.................................. 12 Lauren Longnecker 1988
.................................. 12 Christian Terrell Longnecker 1997 -
.................................. 12 Hannah Marie Longnecker 1998 -
.................................. 12 Luke Longnecker - 2005
.................................. 12 Liana Longnecker - 2007
............................ 10 James Emmett Terrell, Jr. 1944 - 1989
......................... 9 Earley Thomas Terrell, Jr. 1907 - 1955
............................ +Eugenia Jackson Beazley
............................ 10 Betty Jeanne Terrell 1931 -
............................... +Beverly Monroe Wilkerson
............................... 11 Kenneth Earley Wilkerson 1952 -
.................................. +C. J. Dowling
.................................. 12 Megan Lynn Wilkerson
............................... 11 Beverly Anne Wilkerson 1954 -
............................... 11 Sheryl Mae Wilkerson 1958 -
.................................. +Gary W. McNeeley
.................................. 12 Thomas Randolph McNeeley 1959 -
............................... 11 Thomas Randolph Wilkerson 1959 -
............................ 10 Anne Jackson Terrell 1934 -
............................... +Richard Everett Kirkpatrick 1931 -
............................... 11 David Lee Kirkpatrick 1954 -
.................................. +Penny Monroe
.................................. 12 David Lee Kirkpatrick II
............................... 11 Gayle Renee Kirkpatrick 1956 -
............................... 11 Michael Earley Kirkpatrick 1958 -
............................... 11 Douglas Bryan Kirkpatrick 1959 -
............................ 10 Mary Lou Terrell Terrell 1939 -
............................... +Bobby Turner 1940 -
............................... 11 Terrell Anne Turner 1960 -
............................... 11 Faith Lynn Turner 1963 -
......................... 9 Frances NelsonTerrell 1915 - 1972
............................ +Henry Drewry Kerr 1914 -
............................ 10 Henry Drewry Kerr III 1941 -
............................... +Cheryle Strong 1944 -
............................... 11 Michelle Lynne Kerr 1968 -
............................... 11 Stephen Phillip Kerr 1972 -
............................ 10 Martha Robbins Kerr 1947 -
............................... +Clifford Allen Randolph
......................... 9 Martha Louise Terrell 1920 -
............................ +Nathan Lenoir Riddle 1923 -
............................ 10 Michael Lenoir Riddle 1954 -
............................... +Andrea Jean Berry 1952 -
............................... 11 Mark Andrew Riddle 1977 -
............................... 11 Brian Christopher Riddle 1978 -
............................ 10 Alan Terrell Riddle 1957 -
............................... +Denise Elaine Edgeman
............................... 11 James Tobias Wheeler 1978 -
............................... 11 Terrell Edgeman Riddle 1984 -
...................... 8 Emmett Hermann Terrell 1878 -
......................... +Daisy Ellett
......................... 9 Virginia Terrell
......................... 9 Margaret Terrell
...................... 8 Hervey Rosser Terrell 1880 -
......................... +Lucy Vaughn 1880 -
......................... 9 Robert Terrell
............................ +Millie
............................ 10 Jane Terrell
............................ 10 Susan Terrell
............................ 10 Martha Terrell
...................... 8 Joseph Stuart Terrell 1886 - 1950
......................... +Roberta Y. Winfrey 1882 - 1965
......................... 9 Joseph Stuart Terrell, Jr. l 1917 - 1980
............................ +Katherine Hunt Galusha 1917 -
............................ 10 Katherine Winfrey Terrell 1948 -
............................... +Charles Brenton (Dr.)
............................... 11 Joseph Daniel Brenton
......................... 9 William Winfrey Layne Terrell 1919 -
............................ +Lillian May Shelton 1922 -
............................ 10 Mary Louise Terrell 1956 -
............................ 10 W. W. L. Terrell 1959 -
............................ 10 Martha Irene Terrell 1964 -
......................... 9 Hervey Rossner Terrell 1920 - 1964
............................ +Lillian D. Sibold 1923 -
............................ 10 HR. Terrell, Jr 1948 -
............................... +Eleanor Hudson
............................... 11 Shaun R. Terrell

O F H I S T O R I C A L I N T E R E S T
 
THE BATTLE OF AGINCOURT - in which our ancestor, WILLIAM COULE FOUGHT

A date in English History known to most Archers, 25th October 1415.
When a relatively small and vastly out numbered English Army of less than 4000 men, demonstrated the lethal and devastating power of the English Longbow against the might of the French Army, numbering, according to some accounts, 50,000 men under the command of Constable d'Albret.

Before the battle, Sir Walter Hungerford, gloomily confided that he wished he had 10,000 of the best Archers in England with him. King Henry replied angrily, "You are wrong.I do not need a single extra man, for my hope is in God, and if my cause is just I shall prevail whatever the size of my following'.

This was the origin of Shakespeare's 'a little touch of Harry in the night'.

High on a beam above Henry V's chantry at Westmister Abbey
are the Kings hatchments, shield & helmet. In the Westminster Abbey Museum is his sword.

 
BARONS, KNIGHTS, ESQUIRES, SERVITEURS, AND OTHERS THAT WER WITHE OUR MOST NOBLE KINGE HENRY V AT THE BATTELL OF EGYNCOURT ON THE TWENTIFIFTHE OF OCTOBER 1415.

THE DUKE OF GLOUCESTER, WITH HIS RETYNEW.
Lances
Monsr Henry Husee.
Monsr Robert Roos.
WllliamTrussell.
William Harington.
Richard Baumont.
Geoffrey Lowther.
Thomas Burgh.
Conrad Aske.
John Smythes.
William Hyde.
William Cressene.
Nicholas Thorley.
Robertrt Dacre.
Richarrd Skelton.
James P'drich.
Rauf Branspath.
James Fenes.
James Crofte.
John Oke.
John Reynes.
Walter Strykland.
John Aston.
Peter Mordon.
John Clynton.
Robert Salkeld.
William Rokhill.
Thomas Malgrane or Malgrave.
John Ward. George Lampet.
John Enyas.
Richard Colfox.
WaIter Shyryngton.
Guy Wytyngton.
William Coule.
Thomas Gloue.
Richard Estnay.
Adam Adrya.
Thomas Hokley.
Nichrolas Gryffen.
John Coveley.
John Bredfeld.
Thomas Coveley.
Nichasin Scot.
Nicholas Gayte.
Roger Clyderow.
Laurence Bucke.
Richard Bytterley.
Thomas Wynge.
Richard Wyttun.
William Lovell.
Richard Hakett.
Thomas Weylls.
Nicholas Fitz-Hugh.
John Pympe.
William Bryght.
William Stalworthe.
John Werkerton.
John Counseill.
Charles Midelton.
Henry Veell.
WIlliam Barry.
Richard Moynen.
Richard Asshewell.
William Clopton.
Roger Smythewyke.
Thomas Weston.
Thomas Wayte.
Thomas Wytteney.
William Standon.
John Banester.
Gyles Burton.
Edward Stradlyng.
William Curteys.
Richard Kykley.
Richard Colerne.
Robert Crophull.
John de la Lande.
Robert Sydman.
Andrew de Rolf.
Owaine Hornby.
John Holme.
Edward Hawkan.
John Bekwyth.
Robert Hillary.
Nicholas Coule.
John Wissington.
Thomas Roos.
Mayew Matlow.
Richard Whithed.
John Kykham.
William Bolleron.
Thomes Thwayte.
Henry Kelkenny.
Thomas Sewell.
William Paternoster.
Roger Ekyth.
Richard Layland.
Thomas Capper.
Richard Louther.
William Haute.
Hugh Louther.
William Terrll.
John Stamford.
John Felde.
John Yonge.
John Kinge.
John Aleyn.
George Counsell.
John Cole.
William Holdelyne.
William Cressewell.
Thomas Sewalle.
Thomas Claypole.
William Hyde.
Hugh Smyth.
John Rygelyn.
William Darset.
Robert Philip.
John Rede.
John Cannidische.
Gryffen Fordet.
Gerard Johnson.
John Salmon.
Bernard Singleton.
Edmond Dacre.
John di Erlesch.
Gawayn Salcok.
Thomas Boston.
Robert Benote.
Yon Hamond.
John Savgrond.
John de Ware.
Thomas Hakerle.
Thomas Halnton.
John Huet.
John Sutton.
Robert Milbom.
Thomas Nele.
William Ogan.
Richard Wyche.
The nomber of Lances withe the Duke of Gloster CXLIJ (142)
The nomber of the Archers that be here named CIIIJ VJN (104) (6)

THESE BE THE NAMES OF THE RETINU OF THE EARL OF MARCHE, WHICH WAS AT THE BATTILL OF EGYNCOURT
Lances
Leonard Hastinges.
William Cotesmore.
Richard Maydeston.
Thomas Cusak.
Morys Pountayne.
Lewys Cornewayle.
John Clifford.
Richard Fulshull.
Degare Garnell.
William Halsast.
Thomas Lovell.
Richard Baron.
Robert Moresby.
William Cornewayle.
John Daumselle.
John Someners.
Richard Kemton.
Stemham Cornysshe.
John Mydelton.
Lances XIX (19)
Archers CIJ (102)
Eyre; Jones; Blount; Stanley; Fitzherbert

THE ERLE OF HUNTINGTON WITH HIS RETENU THAT WAS AT THE BATTLE OF EGYNCOURT .
Laurence Dutton.
Thomas Deell.
William Junnyng.
John Loym.
John Quyteley.
William Gyrdeley.
Hugh Corton.
Yon Elys.
Thomas Talbot.
William Kylleryen.
John Rotyng.
John Cosyn.
John Hard.
Nicholas Lovell.
William Wymundeswold.
Lances XVI (16)
Archers XXXV (35)

THESE BE THE NAMES OF THE RETENU OF THE ERLE MARSHALL THAT WAS AT THE BATTELL OF EGYNCOURT WITH THE KINGE.
Chivaliers
Monsr Thomas Rokesby.
Monsr Thomas Lyndeley.
Monsr John Hoton.
Monsr John Geryne.
Monsr John Hevenyngham.

Lances
Edmond Rodsam.
Robert Holme. Nicholl Lodewyke.
Robert Bassett.
Robert Barde.
Piers Capell.
Nicholas Dawne.
RogerJonderell.
Roger Radclyfe.
Miles de Beston.
Robert Leventhorp.
Thomar Wynter.
Robert Counstable.
John Haytefelde.
John Swynbourne.
Richard Dulle.
Edward Wyner.
George Wyn.
Arthur Wyn.
Thomas Newson.
Thomas Rokeby.
John Perers.
John Lyndeley.
Nicholas Lyndeley.
William Hagthrop.
John Wardale.
John Holgrane or Holgrave.
John Wyton.
Lances XXXIIJ (33)
Archers LXXX (80)

THE RETINUE OF THE ERLE OF SUFFOLK. THE FATHER.
Monsr William Spayne.
Monsr Thomas Charles.
Olyvver Groos.
William Argingten.
Nicholas Wiseman.
John Genney.
William Wynfield.
John Kendall.
John Broke.
John Catecombe.
Richard Brycere.
William Edward.
John Wylby.
Roger Boton.
Thomas Spieer.
John Castell.
Lances XVJ (16)
Archers LXXI (71)

THE RETENU OF THE ERLE OF CAMBRIGGE.
Lances
Robert Rokley.
William Ward.
Thomas Ward.
Lances IIJ (3)
Archers VJ (6)

THE ERLE OF OXFORD, WITH HIS RETENU, THAT WAS AT THE BATTELL OF EGYNCOURT.
Lances
Thomas Beston.
John Taverner.
John Herny.
Edmond Folstolf.
Geffrey Denys.
Robert Wellyng.
William Preston.
John Edmund.
Richard Arderne.
Thomas Balinburgh.
Richard Worcester.
John Wolf.
Ranlyn Wardale.
John Somerton.
William Petybon.
William Steryn.
John Remys.
Robert Work.
John Bendyshe.
Thomas Tyringham.
Edmund Preston.
George Laughton
William Sencler.
John Balinburgh.
Roger Eston.
Thomas Stonyngez.
Edmund Taylour.
John Blacleys.

Lancer XXIX (29)
Archers LXXIX (79)

THE ERLE OF SUFF’ THE SON, THAT WAS AT THE BATTLE OF EGYNCOURT.
Monsr John Calfe Chl'r.
Lances
William Calf.
William Bromley.
John Colston.
Pires Wat'forde.
John Stafford.
John Edward.
William Porter.
Walter Calf.
John Doke.
John Montagu.
John de Chambr
William Cathom.

Lances XIIIJ (14)
Archhers XIVJ (sic)

THE RETENU OF SR DE HARINGTON.
Monsr Thomas Fitzpayn.
Monsr Aleyn fyt de Penyngton.
John Botreux.
John Palton.
Rauf Arundell.
Robert Gorun or Cornu.
John Chichester.
Nicholas Rudney.
John Lucombe.
Henry Leddred.
Thomas Cole.
John Folbroke
Riehard Hudelston.
Richard Skelton.
John Salkell.
John Payntour.
John Penyngton.
William Preston.
William Laurence.
Gilbert Nowell.
Thomas Nevyle.
Nicholas Lamplough.
Thomas Broghton.
Richard Harington.

Lances XXVJ (26)
Archers LXXXIIJ (83)

THE RETENU OF SR GERARD UFFLETT.
Lances
Thomas Sampson.
Roger Dokwre.
John Seoles.
Thomas Dawner.
Thomas Bolton.
Thomas Magson.
Richard Lytell.
Mayhew Homeby.
Robert Browne.

Lances IX (9)
Archers XXXIIJ (33)

THE LORD MATREVERS, WITH HIS RETENU AT THE BATTELL OF EGYNCOURT:
Lances
Monsr. Wauter Barkeley.
Henry Tylmayn.
Thomas Poynt.
John Frompton.
John Bavent.
William Moore.
Robert Pokeswelle.
Robert Banent or Bavent
JohnWinford.

Lances X (10)
Archers XXXIIIJ (34)

THE LORD CAMOYS, WITH HIS RETENU.

Thomas Hoo.
John Bolde.
Thomas Leget.
John Ayleward.
William Canvyle.
John More.
John Belstede.
Robert Kynston.
John Symsby.
Thomas Glyspyn.
Symond Codington.
William Merlot.
Lewys Mewys.
Davy Boydon.
John Bredon.
John Colmere.
John Palmer.
John Trussell.
John Oderne.
Thomas Tryskebett.
JohncGude.
Nicholl Ramsell
Thomas Fitzhenry mort al bataile (killed)

Lancers XXIIIJ (24)
Archers LXIX (69)

THE LORD ROOS, WITH HIS RETENU.
Lances
Robert Harington.
Godefryd Leeke.
Henry Normanvyle.
Thomas Bolton.
Nicholas Clyf.
William Colston.
John Plumton.
Thomas Rotherham.

Lances IX (9)
Archers XIJ (12)

THE RETENU OF THE LORD FERRIS, WHICH WAS AT THE BATTELL OF EGYNCOURT
William Handsacre.
John Broneshelf
William Draycote.
John Walker.
Waut Yon.

Lances V (5)
Archers IX (9)

THE RETENU OF THE LORD SCROPE.
Robert Hopton.
Esmond Assheton.
Robert Rokeby.
Robert Merkynefeild
William Entwessell.
William de Smeton.

Lances VJ (6)
Archers XIIIJ (14)

THE RETENU OF THE SR ROULAND LENTHALL.
Monsr. Rouland Lenthall.
Bartholomew Sayer.
Henry Gerard.
Bradston.
John Melyo or Meylo
John Bitterlee.
Edmond Tyldesle.
Richard Fythian or Fythiam
Rys ap Rother.

Lances VIIJ (8)
Archers XXXIIJ (33)

THE RETENU OF THE LORD TALBOT.
Lances
Edward Spreneheux.
Nicholas Gryffyth.
William Arthur.
Henry Samon.
Nicholas Landelle.
Filbert Mulborne.
Robert Balle.
John Mandevyle.
Robert Sutton.
William Fleecher.
John Dodde.
Thomas Wanghall.
Roger Frodesham.
Thomas Spaldinge.
John Stanle.
John Portingaler.
John Glene.
Robert Erdeswyke.
Richard Maule.
John Elys.

Lances XX (20)
Archers LV (55)

THE LORD FITZHUGH, CHAMBERLYN TO THE KINGE, WITH HIS RETENU.
Ch’lrs
Monsr. William Fitzhugh
Monsr. Geffrey Fitzhugh
Monsr. William de Evers.
Monsr. Thomas de Routhe.

Lances
William de Rednesse.
William de Bony.
John de Thorp.
John de Bland.
William de Grandorge.
Roger Boleston.
Richard Haldenby.
John Scrastowe.
Richard Hamby.
Cok Trump.
John Barbour.
Robert Trumper.
Thomas Aberswyke.
Roger Roleston.
Richard Baleston.
John Kertyngton

Lances XXJ (21)
Archers LXXXXIJ (92)

SIR THOMAS ERPYNGHAM, STUARD OF THE KINGES HOUSE WITH HIS RETENU.

Monsr. Hamond
Snaunge.
Monsr. Waut
Goldyngham.
John Sterlyng
Denston Stratton.
John Brayston.
John Leneny or Leveny.
John Gegge.
Leouard Straunge.
John Assheman
William Hart
Piers Thorley.
Brysingham
Nicholas Gunvyle.
John Aungers, mort a Caloys (killed at Calais)

Lances XVJ (16)
Archers XLVIJ (47)

SIR JOHN GREY, WITH HIS RETENU.

Thomas Salveyn.
Robert Lyske.
Edmond Heron.
John Horton.
Thomas Judde
Edward Heron
John de Eryngton.
Richard Habraham.
Richard Acherton.
Henry Writtington.
Triston Leylond.
Adam Egworth.
William Kelde.
Robert Sampson.
John at Wode.
John Hareford.
Richard Peryson.
Thomas Fitzhenry.
George Gray.
William Eworthe.
John de Cramlyngton.
Rouland de Rede.
Thomas Ragge.
Robert Corhet.
John Yorke.
John Reskell.
John Wilson.
Rouland Armestraunge.
William de Charleton.
John de Weller.
Davy Gray.
Thomas Gray de Banburgh.
John de Chester.
Lyell de Chester.

Lances XXXV (35)
Archers LXXXXVJ (96)

SIR ROBERT BABTHORP, CONTROLLER OF THE KINGES HOWSE, WITH HIS RETENU.

Thomas Babthorp.
John Wardale.
Thomas Wisse.
William Mason.
Thomas Hardewyn.

Lances VJ (6)
Archers XVIIJ (18)

THE RETENU OF WILLIAM KYNWAL- MARCHE,THE KINGESCOFERER.

Robert Myrfyn.
Ricllard Andelaby

Lances IJ (2)

JOHN CHENY, ESQUIER FOR THE BODY, WITH HIS RETENU.

John Cheyne, junior.
Thomas Ponns.
John Evingham.

Lancers IIIJ (4)

JOHN STMYARD, ESQUIER FOR THE BODY, WITH HIS RETENU.

Edmund Hardys.
William Manston.
Thomas Baker.

Lancers IIIJ (4)

NICHOLASPERCHE, ESQUIER FOR THE BODY, WITH HIS RETENU.

LOWIS ROBESART, ESQUIER, WITH HIS RETENU.

THE RETENU OF THE SERJENT OF THE COUNTYNGHOUSE.

JOHN FEREBY, CLARKE OF THE GREENECLOTH

sike at the castell of Meremont.

WALTER BURTON, CLARKE OF TIIE GREENECLOTH

THOMAS MORTON CLARKE OF TIIE GREENECLOTH

WILLIAM BALNE CLARKE OFTHE KINGES KYTCHIN.

ROBERT ALDERTON, UNDERCLARKE OF THE KYTCHIN.

John Butler.
Ebull Straunge.
Rauf Pope.
John Elmain.
Henry Bromley.
James Hoget.
William Courteney.
Thomas Bolde.

THOMAS STRYLAND, BORE THE BANER OF ST. GEORGE.

Edmund Benstede.

JOHN RYDER, ESQUIER, S’GENT OF THE KINGES PALLIE, WITH HIS RETINU.

JOHN BURGH, WITH HIS RETINU.
Thomas Water.
John Bryggez.
Rys Robyn.
Robyn Dyeby.
Stephain Ferro.
John Clement.
Robert Hunto.
Robert Helyon.
Thomas Eaten.
Robert Lacok.
Richard Parker.
William Whitteman.
John Holton
John Phelipe.
Thomas Scarlet.
Robert Quixley.
Thomas Lychebarow.
William Bank or Bauk.
Nicholas Holand.
Thomas Apulton.
Gerard Huyn.
William Casteleyn.
Andrew Gray.
John Asto.
Henry Londe.
Nicholas Reresby.
William Burgoyne.
John Selby.
Richard Etton.
B'rtram de France.
William Holt.
John Hardgrove.
Laurence Everard.
Thomas Corbet.
Thomas Stanton.
William Fitzhenry.
William Bradwardyn.
Nicholas Lary.
Gyles Thordon .
Thomas Mapurley.

Lances LXIJ (62)
Archers CLXXXV (185)

THE GROMES OF THE CHAMBER, THAT WAS AT THE BATELL OF EGEYNCOURT.

Davy Cawardyn.
Owen Cawardyn.
William Mynour.
Wlliam Malbon.
Robert Soubache.
William Custance.
John Bromley.
John Rys.
William Somercotes.
William Sadeler.
Johll Burnam.

THE SERVANTES OF TIIE KINGES HOUSHOLD, SIR WILLIAM TALBOT, KNIGHT, WITH HIS RETINU.

Thomas Talbot.
William Sampson.
Thomas Drynok.

Lances IIIJ (4)
Archers VJ (6)

SIR WALTER HUNGERFORD, WITH HIS RETENU

Elis Delamare.
William Chesterton.
Nicholas Poyntz.
Henry Croke.
Wauter Charleton.
John Rous.
Richard Lye.
John Floureyne.
William Arthur.
Nicholas Hampton.
John Tyrell.
John Trystram.
John Halle.
Thomas Roley.
John Hall.
Thomas Dernard.

Lances XVIJ (17)
Archers IV (55) T

THE RETENU OF SIR THOMAS WEST.

John Trebell, Chlr.
Roger Clyfton.
Henry Wareyn.
John Radwell.
John Medmengham.
John Englychs
William Morys.
William Cordray.
Robert Marnyhille.
John Abryford.
John Lucas.
William Marmylle.
John Byngham.
John Wassyngton.

Lancers XIIIJ (14)
Archers XL (40)

SIR HENRY HUSE, WITH HIS RETENU.

Richard Bytterley.
Richard Wytton.
William Bryght
Richard Haket.
Nicholas Filzhugh.
John Werkyngton.
Charles Medulton.
William Barry.
Richard Asshehull.
Roger Smeteeweke.
Thomas Wayte.
William Standen.
William Curteys.
Gyles Burton.
Richard Colerne.
John de Lelond.
Andrew Del Rolf.
John Holme.
Christopher Bosvyle.
Nicholas Coule.
John Bekwith.
William Coule.

Lancers XXIIJ (23)
Archers XXV (25)

THE RETENU OF SIR RICHARD HASTINGES.
Radus Alan.
William de Pytton.
John Leventhorp.

Lancers IIJ (3)
Archers VIIJ (8)

Archers
Monsr William Buttler.
Gryffen de Hesketh.
John de Syngleton.
Thomas de Asheton.
Robert de Heton.
Monsr Richard Kyghley.
John de Peniton, mort a bataill (killed).
Gybon de Southeworke.
William de Walton.
Monsr Thomas Beawmond.
Robert Breton.
Bertram Moucher.
James Clyfton.

MONSR THOMAS PERCY AND HIS RETENU

William Fowler.
William Fayrchild.
Monsr John Osbaldesten, Chlr.
John de MalFas.
Richard de Malpas.
Monsr Henry de Skaresbreke, Chlr.
Edward Banester.
Henry Gray.
John Gylle.
Monsr Edmund de la Pole, Chlr.
Richard Doo.
Alan Dalby.
Monsr William Stanely, Chlr.
Henry Hoton.
John Barbour.

MONSR PIERS DE LEGH AND HIS RETENU.

Robert Orell.
Hugh de Orell.
Thomas Sutton.
John Pygott.
George de Asheley.
Monsr Rauf de Bostock.
Christopher de Hogh.
Monsr John Everingham.
Thomas Everingham.
John Repace.
Thomas Baker.

THE RETENU OF SIR RAULFE SHYRLEY.

Rauf Fowne.
John Waryn.
John Gloucestre.
Monr John Savage, Chlr.
Randolf de Legh.
Thomas de More.
John le Warde.
John le Heche or Leche
Monsr Thomas Rampston, Chlr.
Henry Wychard.
John Barre.
John Bassowell.
William Sheffeld.
Thomas Glover.

Archers CXIIIJ (114)

Monsr Richard Radclyf.
Peter de Singleton.
Olyver de Ancotes.
Monsr William Hudelston, Chlr.
Richard Skypton.
William Grene.
Monsr Wiliiam Cromwell.
Thomas Halyday.
Monsr William de Ligh, Chlr.
William Agglyouby.
William Marnam.
Richard Townley.
William de Holeyns, Lance de Monsr Thomas Gresele.
Thomas Ferrour de Blythe.
John Massy de Preston.
Robert Sherard.
Henry Bromley.
Gregory Ballard.
George Haseley.
John Clynke.
John Massy
Roger de Molington.
William de Kighley
Thomas Rugmayn
Rauf de Hayton.
Stremu Shalp.
John de Morley
Thomas Warde
William de Kyghley.

Archers LXXXXIJ (92)

THE RETENU OF SIR Wm BOTELER, WHICIH DIED AT HARFLEWE.

Gfiiron de Hesketh.
lohn de Singleton
Tliomas de Asheton.
Robert de Hoton

THE RETENU OF SIR NICHOLAS LONGFORD, WHICH GOD ASSOILE.
Robert Redyche.
Henry Walker.
Rauf Byrches.

HERTANKE, WITH HIS RETENU.
Frederyk Scoffe
James de Shaterton.
Richard Wellys
William Massy
John de Leche.
Christopher de Preston
Nicholas de Reresby
Robert Radclif
Raulf de Pole
Robert Qwyley
Richard Hamys.
John de Massy.
John Standisshe.
John Done.

Lances C (100)

William Massy
Thomas de Wombwell.
Nicholas Haywode.
Edmund de Normanville
Adam de Whitingham.
William de Wombwelle.
George Benet
Cordewener de Roy

Lances VII (7)
Archers VII (7)

WILLIAM NOT, CAPYTANE DEZ MASONS
Masons XXIIJ (23)
Archers of the Erle of Lancaster, which was assigned for the Kinges Retenu, our Sovereign Lord CCIX (209)
Archers of the erle Chester, that was of the Retenu oi our Soveraigne Lord the King CIIIJ (104)

THE RETENU OF THOMAS CHACER.
Simon Haule.
Thomas Bulthorp
Robert Hanle or Hauley
William Herny
Thomas Hardy
John Byngley
John Dirikson
Thomas Cowle
John Gronevyle.

Lances IX (9)
Archerss XXXVIJ (37)

THE RETENU OF NICHOLAS MERBY OR MERBERY
Waryn Waldegrave
William Huldleston.
William Ducworth.
John de Asheton
John Longshaw, malade a Hartfler

SERVANTS IN FEE WITH THE KINGE, THAT WAS UNDER THE GOVERMENT OF THE KINGE.

SIR JOHN ASHETON, KNIGHT, WITH HIS RETENU
John Asheton.
Maister Thomas de Conynghoplane.
Roger de Mylvehows
Sergeantz du Roy
VIIJ (8)

THE RETENU OF WILLIAM MERYNG.

THE RETENU OF SIR JOHN PILKINGTON.

John Kay
Roger Kay
William Kay

Lances X (10)
Archers XIV (15)

SIR WILLIAM PHELIPE, WITH HIS RETENU
Thomas Hulwyscont
Robert Hemnale
William Gode.
Jacob Denys
John Bamard.
William Kemston
Thomas Poley

Lances VIIJ (8)
Archers XXIX (29)

SIR WILLIAM BOURCHIER, WITH HIS RETENU.

Monsr Roger Aston
Monsr Richard Walgrave
Monsr John Suert
Thomas Arblastier
John Newland.
Walter Verney
John Hampton.
Guy Duke.
Richard Halys.
Edward Mackwilliam.
William Franceys.
Richard Kempe.
Rauf Boteler
William Gulby.
William Mareys
Walter Haket
Thomas Spencer
Johll Gryffeth.
William Tendrynge.
John Gaywode.
John Saxton.
John a Thomas
Nicholas Gomond

Lances XXV (25)
Archers IIIJ (4)

Aexander Shreffe.
Overseer of Harfleu.
William Bramshulf, taken at Fescame.
Geffrey Blake. Killed befor Mustererilers.
Lewis Cadowen. Killed befor the Battel.
Monsr John Cornewayle.
Monsr John Harpeden.
Henry Yevlton.
Jolhn Cornwayle.
Richard Drayton
Thomas Wenlock.
William Lowdsop
John Hynton.
Roger White
John Gryffyth.
Gerard Askyn
Thomas Cramford
John Garrew
Robert Wyfeld
John Plome.
Walter Colepeper
Edward Colepeper
John Codington.
Henry Sparke
John Sampson
Thomas Eustace. .
John Burton
Thomas Southerne
Edward Tyberay
Laurence Chipendene
Robert Blosme
William Chippenham
Hugh Tangley
Henry Miles.
John a Wood
John Kynner
Thomas Brugge Misted.
John Kelly
Thomas Giffordl, came into England from Harfleu
Nicholas Bromford with vi (6) Archers went into England from Harfleu,
sicke
Roger Wisse
Ellingham
Peres
Hugh Tangley.
Thomas Crusak

Lances XXXIX (39)
Archers CXIX (119)

SIR WILLIAM HARINGTON, WITH HIS RETENU
William Harington.
John Pykeringe.
John Staynton
Robert Gawnfield
Maykb Crofte
John Bradshaw
Thomas Fitzhenry
John Mawsore
Rauf Westby
Robert Thornour
Jacob Bery

Lances XIII (13)
Archers c=XXVIIJ (28)

THE RETENU OF JOHN DE WATERTON.
John Wastnys, malade a Harfler
Benard Seyvill
Robert Longesby
John Bowchier
John Tournay
James Wychington
William Sutell
 

 

Eunice "Goody" Cole was convicted of witchcraft in Hampton in 1656 and spent much of the remainder of her life in prison in Boston. Much has been written about her. Most of it is available as follows:
http://www.hampton.lib.nh.us/hampton/biog/goody.htm

The best, most accurate information about Goody Cole:
Excerpts on Goody Cole from the book "Entertaining Satan" by John Putnam Demos.
Excerpts on Goody Cole from the book "The Devil in the Shape of a Woman" by Carol F. Karlsen
Vehement Suspicion: Eunice Cole of Hampton (1656-1680), a chapter from the book "Witch-Hunting in Seventeenth-Century New England {A Documentary History, 1638-1692}. A collection of abstracts of original documents pertaining to Goody Cole, collected by David D. Hall in 1991.
Some basic biographical facts about Goody Cole.
The Goody Cole exhibit page from the website of the Hampton Historical Society
Eunice “Goody” Cole (c. 1620 - c. 1680): Hampton, New Hampshire’s Witch by Rod Watterson, May 2002.
"The Hampton Witch" by David V. Craig, from New Hampshire Echoes magazine, Jan/Feb 1973.

ANCESTORS OF THOMAS & MARTHA JEFFERSON AND OF OUR TERRELL FAMILY - MARTHA JEFFERSON IS MY 9TH GREAT GRANDMOTHER MAKING PRESIDENT THOMAS JEFFERSON MY 9TH GREAT UNCLE. THIS LINEAGE IS THROUGH THE RANDOLPH ANCESTRY.

Generation No. 1

1. Thomas Jefferson, born April 02, 1743 in Shadwell, Goochland, Albermarle, VA; died July 04, 1826 in Monticello, Albemarle, VA. He was the son of 2. Peter Jefferson and 3. Jane Randolph. He married (1) Martha Wayles. She was born October 30, 1748 in Charles City, Chester, VA, and died September 06, 1782 in Richmond, Chesterfield, VA.

Generation No. 2

2. Peter Jefferson, born February 29, 1707/08 in Chesterfield Co., VA; died August 17, 1757 in Goochland, VA. He married 3. Jane Randolph October 03, 1739 in Dungeness, Goochland, VA.

3. Jane Randolph, born February 20, 1719/20; died March 31, 1776. She was the daughter of 6. Isham Randolph and 7. Jane Rogers.

Child of Peter Jefferson and Jane Randolph is:

1 i. THOMAS JEFFERSON - 3RD PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, born April 02, 1743 in Shadwell, Goochland, Albermarle, VA; died July 04, 1826 in Monticello, Albemarle, VA; married Martha Wayles.

 

Generation No. 3 (SCROLL DOWN ON YOUR LEFT)

6. Isham Randolph, born February 24, 1684/85 in Bon Lomond, Goochland, VA; died November 02, 1742 in Dungeness, Goochland, VA. He was the son of 12. William Randolph and 13. Mary Isham. He married 7. Jane Rogers July 25, 1717.

7. Jane Rogers, born 1692 in London, Middlesex, England; died December 05, 1760.

Child of Isham Randolph and Jane Rogers is:

3 i. Jane Randolph, born February 20, 1719/20; died March 31, 1776; married Peter Jefferson October 03, 1739 in Dungeness, Goochland, VA.

 

Generation No. 4

12. William Randolph, born November 07, 1650 in Turkey Island, Henrico, Virginia; died April 21, 1711 in Turkey Island, Henrico, Virginia. He was the son of 24. Richard Randolph and 25. Elizabeth Ryland. He married 13. Mary Isham.

13. Mary Isham, born 1660 in Bermuda Hundred, Henrico, Virginia; died December 25, 1735 in Turkey Island, Henrico, Virginia.

Children of William Randolph and Mary Isham are:

6 i. Isham Randolph, born February 24, 1684/85 in Bon Lomond, Goochland, VA; died November 02, 1742 in Dungeness, Goochland, VA; married Jane Rogers July 25, 1717.

ii. William Randolph, born December 06, 1681 in Turkey Island, Henrico, VA; died October 19, 1742 in Turkey Island, Henrico, VA; married Elizabeth Beverley; born January 01, 1690/91 in Gloucester, VA; died December 26, 1723.

 

Generation No. 5

24. Richard Randolph, born February 21, 1620/21 in Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire, England; died May 02, 1678 in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of 48. William Randolph and 49. Dorothy Lane. He married 25. Elizabeth Ryland.

25. Elizabeth Ryland, born 1625 in Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire, England.

Child of Richard Randolph and Elizabeth Ryland is:

12 i. William Randolph, born November 07, 1650 in Turkey Island, Henrico, Virginia; died April 21, 1711 in Turkey Island, Henrico, Virginia; married Mary Isham.

 

Generation No. 6

48. William Randolph, born 1572 in Biddenden, Kent, England; died 1670 in Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire, England. He married 49. Dorothy Lane.

49. Dorothy Lane, born August 1589 in Courtney, Bicester, County Oxford, England; died July 16, 1656. She was the daughter of 98. Richard Lane and 99. Elizabeth Vincent.

Child of William Randolph and Dorothy Lane is:

24 i. Richard Randolph, born February 21, 1620/21 in Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire, England; died May 02, 1678 in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; married Elizabeth Ryland.

 

Generation No. 7

98. Richard Lane, born 1544 in Courtenhall, Nothamptonshire, England. He married 99. Elizabeth Vincent.

99. Elizabeth Vincent, born Abt. 1547 in Harpole, Northamptonshire, England. She was the daughter of 198. Clement Vincent and 199. Anne Tanfield.

Child of Richard Lane and Elizabeth Vincent is:

49 i. Dorothy Lane, born August 1589 in Courtney, Bicester, County Oxford, England; died July 16, 1656; married William Randolph.

 

Generation No. 8

198. Clement Vincent, born Abt. 1514 in Peckleton, Leicestershire, England. He married 199. Anne Tanfield.

199. Anne Tanfield, born in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England. She was the daughter of 398. Francis Tanfield and 399. Bridget Cave.

Child of Clement Vincent and Anne Tanfield is:

99 i. Elizabeth Vincent, born Abt. 1547 in Harpole, Northamptonshire, England; married Richard Lane.

 

Generation No. 9

398. Francis Tanfield, born Abt. 1508 in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England; died 1588. He was the son of 796. William Tanfield and 797. Isabel Stavely. He married 399. Bridget Cave.

399. Bridget Cave, born in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England; died June 20, 1583.

Child of Francis Tanfield and Bridget Cave is:

199 i. Anne Tanfield, born in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England; married Clement Vincent.

 

Generation No. 10

796. William Tanfield, born Abt. 1489 in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England; died April 06, 1529. He was the son of 1592. Robert Tanfield and 1593. Katherine Neville. He married 797. Isabel Stavely.

797. Isabel Stavely

Child of William Tanfield and Isabel Stavely is:

398 i. Francis Tanfield, born Abt. 1508 in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England; died 1588; married Bridget Cave.

 

Generation No. 11

1592. Robert Tanfield, born Abt. 1461 in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England. He married 1593. Katherine Neville.

1593. Katherine Neville, born Abt. 1459 in Raby, Durham, England. She was the daughter of 3186. Edward Neville and 3187. Katherine Howard.

Child of Robert Tanfield and Katherine Neville is:

796 i. William Tanfield, born Abt. 1489 in Gayton, Northamptonshire, England; died April 06, 1529; married Isabel Stavely.

 

Generation No. 12

3186. Edward Neville, born 1412 in Raby With Keverstone, Durham, England; died October 18, 1476. He was the son of 6372. Ralph De Neville and 6373. Joan De Beaufort. He married 3187. Katherine Howard October 15, 1448.

3187. Katherine Howard, born Abt. 1414; died Aft. June 29, 1478. She was the daughter of 6374. Robert Howard and 6375. Margaret De Mowbray.

Children of Edward Neville and Katherine Howard are:

i. Margaret Neville, born Abt. 1455.

1593 ii. Katherine Neville, born Abt. 1459 in Raby, Durham, England; married Robert Tanfield.

 

Generation No. 13

6372. Ralph De Neville, born 1364 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; died October 21, 1426 in Castle Raby, Durham, England. He was the son of 12744. John Neville and 12745. Maud De Percy. He married 6373. Joan De Beaufort.

6373. Joan De Beaufort, born Abt. 1375 in Chateau De Beaufort, Maine-Et-Loire, France; died November 13, 1440 in Howden, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of 12746. JOHN PRINCE OF ENGLAND and 12747. Catherine De Roet.

Children of Ralph De Neville and Joan De Beaufort are:

i. Anne Neville, born Abt. 1411; died September 20, 1480; married Humphrey Stafford; born Abt. 1402 in Stafford, Staffordshire, England; died July 10, 1460 in Battle, Northamptonshire, England.

ii. Catherine De Neville, born Abt. 1401 in Raby, Durham, England; died Aft. January 1477/78; married Thomas Strangeways; born Abt. 1395 in Castle, Harlsey, Yorkshire, England; died Bef. January 27, 1441/42.

3186 iii. Edward Neville, born 1412 in Raby With Keverstone, Durham, England; died October 18, 1476; married (1) Elizabeth Beauchamp; married (2) Katherine Howard October 15, 1448.

iv. George De Neville, born Abt. 1414 in Raby, Durham, England; died December 30, 1469; married Elizabeth De Beauchamp; born September 16, 1417 in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England; died Bef. October 02, 1480.

v. Richard Neville, born Abt. 1400 in Raby With Keverstone, Durham, England; died December 30, 1460 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England; married Alice Montagu; born 1406; died Bef. December 09, 1462 in Bisham, Berkshire, England.

Notes for Richard Neville:

Richard was the EARL OF SALISBURY. He was ancestor to General Solomon Meredith of the Union Army in the Civil War.

vi. Cecily Neville, born May 31, 1415 in Raby, Durham, England; died May 31, 1495 in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England; married Richard Plantagenet; born September 20, 1411 in Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, England; died December 31, 1460 in Wakefield, Yorkshire, England.

 

6374. Robert Howard, born 1385 in Stoke Neyland, Suffolk, England; died April 01, 1437. He was the son of 12748. John Howard and 12749. Alice Tendring. He married 6375. Margaret De Mowbray.

6375. Margaret De Mowbray, born Abt. 1387 in Norfolk, England; died July 08, 1425. She was the daughter of 12750. Thomas De Mowbray and 12751. Elizabeth Fitzalan.

Children of Robert Howard and Margaret De Mowbray are:

i. John Howard, born 1420 in Tendring, Essex, England; died August 22, 1485 in Battle of Bosworth Field, Leicestershire, England; married Catherine Moleyns; born Abt. 1424 in Stoke Pogis, England; died November 03, 1465.

3187 ii. Katherine Howard, born Abt. 1414; died Aft. June 29, 1478; married Edward Neville October 15, 1448.

 

Generation No. 14

12744. John Neville, born 1328 in Raby With Keverstone, Durham, England; died October 17, 1388 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England. He was the son of 25488. Ralph Neville and 25489. Alice Audley. He married 12745. Maud De Percy.

12745. Maud De Percy, born Abt. 1335 in Warkworth Castle, Ainwick, Northumberland, England; died February 18, 1378/79. She was the daughter of 25490. Henry De Percy and 25491. Idonea De Clifford.

Child of John Neville and Maud De Percy is:

6372 i. Ralph De Neville, born 1364 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; died October 21, 1426 in Castle Raby, Durham, England; married Joan De Beaufort.

 

12746. JOHN PRINCE OF ENGLAND, born March 1339/40 in Belgium; died February 03, 1398/99 in Leicester Castle, Leicertershire, England.
He was the son of 25492. EDWARD III KING OF ENGLAND and 25493. Philippa Queen Of England.
He married 12747. CATHERINE DE ROET January 13, 1395/96.

12747. Catherine De Roet, born 1350; died May 10, 1403.

Notes for Catherine De Roet:

]Governess to the Dukes daughter by his first wife, became John's mistress in

1388. All their children were before they were married. They were legitimated

later by the Pope.

Source: Britannia.com

Children of John England and Catherine De Roet are:

i. John Beaufort, born 1373 in France; died March 16, 1409/10 in London, Middlesex, England; married Margaret De Holand; born Abt. 1385 in Lancashire, England; died December 30, 1439 in Surrey, Eng..

6373 ii. Joan De Beaufort, born Abt. 1375 in Chateau De Beaufort, Maine-Et-Loire, France; died November 13, 1440 in Howden, Yorkshire, England; married Ralph De Neville.

 12748. John Howard, born 1365 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England; died November 17, 1436 in Jerusalem. He was the son of 25496. Robert Howard and 25497. Margaret De Scales. He married 12749. Alice Tendring.

12749. Alice Tendring, born 1365 in Stoke Neyland, Suffolk, England; died October 18, 1467 in Stoke Neyland, Suffolk, England.

Child of John Howard and Alice Tendring is:

6374 i. Robert Howard, born 1385 in Stoke Neyland, Suffolk, England; died April 01, 1437; married Margaret De Mowbray.

 

12750. Thomas De Mowbray, born March 22, 1365/66 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; died September 22, 1399 in Venice, Italy. He was the son of 25500. John De Mowbray and 25501. Elizabeth De Segrave. He married 12751. Elizabeth Fitzalan 1384 in Castle, Arundel, Sussex, England.

12751. Elizabeth Fitzalan, born Abt. 1366 in Derbyshire, England; died July 08, 1425 in Heveringham, Nottingham, England. She was the daughter of 25502. Richard Fitzalan and 25503. Elizabeth De Bohun.

Child of Thomas De Mowbray and Elizabeth Fitzalan is:

6375 i. Margaret De Mowbray, born Abt. 1387 in Norfolk, England; died July 08, 1425; married Robert Howard.
 
 

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Generation No. 15

25488. Ralph Neville, died August 05, 1367 in Durham, England. He was the son of 50976. Randolf De Neville and 50977. Eupheme Ritzroger Clavering. He married 25489. Alice Audley.

25489. Alice Audley, born Abt. 1304 in Hadley, Staffordshire, England; died January 11, 1373/74 in Greystoke, Northumberland, England. She was the daughter of 50978. Hugh De Audley and 50979. Isolde De Mortimer.

Children of Ralph Neville and Alice Audley are:

12744 i. John Neville, born 1328 in Raby With Keverstone, Durham, England; died October 17, 1388 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England; married Maud De Percy.

ii. Margaret Neville, born February 12, 1340/41 in Raby, Durham, England; died May 12, 1372; married Henry De Percy; born November 10, 1341 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England; died February 19, 1406/07.

 

25490. Henry De Percy, born February 06, 1300/01 in Leconfield, Yorkshire, England; died February 26, 1351/52 in Warkworth, Northumberland, England. He married 25491. Idonea De Clifford.

25491. Idonea De Clifford, born Abt. 1300 in Apprlby, Westmoreland, England; died August 24, 1365.

Child of Henry De Percy and Idonea De Clifford is:

12745 i. Maud De Percy, born Abt. 1335 in Warkworth Castle, Ainwick, Northumberland, England; died February 18, 1378/79; married John Neville.

 

25492. EDWARD III KING OF ENGLAND born November 13, 1312 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England; died June 21, 1377 in Surrey, Eng..
He was the son of 50984. EDWARD II KING OF ENGLAND and 50985. ISABELLE PRINCESS OF FRANCE.
He married 25493. PHILLIPPIA QUEEN OF ENGLAND

25493. Philippa Queen Of England, born Abt. 1314 in France; died August 15, 1369 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.

Notes for Edward III King Of England:

Edward III (1327-1377 AD)

Born: 13 November 1312 at Windsor Castle, Berkshire

Died: 21 June 1377 at Sheen Palace, Richmond, Surrey

Buried: Westminster Abbey, Middlesex

Parents: Edward II and Isabella of France

Siblings: John, Eleanor & Joan

Crowned: 1 February 1327 at Westminster Abbey, Middlesex

Married: 24 January 1328 at York Minster, Yorkshire

Spouse: Philippa daughter of William V, Count of Hainault & Holland

Offspring: Edward, the Black Prince; Isabella; Joan; William of Hatfield; Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence; John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster; Edmund of Langley, Duke of York; Blanche; Mary; Margaret; William of Windsor; and Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester; (Illegitimate) at least three by Alice Perrers

Contemporaries: Edward Balliol, David II (King of Scotland, 1339-1371); Roger Mortimer; Alice Perrers; John Wycliff

The fifty-year reign of Edward III was a dichotomy in English development. Governmental reforms affirmed the power of the emerging middle class in Parliament while placing the power of the nobility into the hands a few. Chivalric code reached an apex in English society but only masked the greed and ambition of Edward and his barons. Social conditions were equally ambiguous: the export of raw wool (and later, the wool cloth industry) prospered and spread wealth across the nation but was offset by the devastation wrought by the Black Death. Early success in war ultimately failed to produce lasting results. Edward proved a most capable king in a time of great evolution in England.

Edward's youth was spent in his mother's court and he was crowned at age fourteen after his father was deposed. After three years of domination by his mother and her lover, Roger Mortimer, Edward instigated a palace revolt in 1330 and assumed control of the government. Mortimer was executed and Isabella was exiled from court. Edward was married to Philippa of Hainault in 1328 and the union produced many children; the 75% survival rate of their children - nine out of twelve lived through adulthood - was incredible considering conditions of the day.

War occupied the largest part of Edward's reign. He and Edward Baliol defeated David II of Scotland and drove David into exile in 1333. French cooperation with the Scots, French aggression in Gascony, and Edward's claim to the disputed throne of France (through his mother, Isabella) led to the first phase of the Hundred Years' war. The naval battle of Sluys (1340) gave England control of the Channel, and battles at Crecy (1346) and Calais (1347) established English supremacy on land. Hostilities ceased in the aftermath of the Black Death but war flared up again with an English invasion of France in 1355. Edward, the Black Prince and eldest son of Edward III, trounced the French cavalry at Poitiers (1356) and captured the French King John. In 1359, the Black Prince encircled Paris with his army and the defeated French negotiated for peace. The Treaty of Bretigny in 1360 ceded huge areas of northern and western France to English sovereignty. Hostilities arose again in 1369 as English armies under the king's third son, John of Gaunt, invaded France. English military strength, weakened considerably after the plague, gradually lost so much ground that by 1375, Edward agreed to the Treaty of Bruges, leaving only the coastal towns of Calais, Bordeaux, and Bayonne in English hands.

The nature of English society transformed greatly during Edward's reign. Edward learned from the mistakes of his father and affected more cordial relations with the nobility than any previous monarch. Feudalism dissipated as mercantilism emerged: the nobility changed from a large body with relatively small holdings to a small body that held great lands and wealth. Mercenary troops replaced feudal obligations as the means of gathering armies. Taxation of exports and commerce overtook land-based taxes as the primary form of financing government (and war). Wealth was accrued by merchants as they and other middle class subjects appeared regularly for parliamentary sessions. Parliament formally divided into two houses - the upper representing the nobility and high clergy with the lower representing the middle classes - and met regularly to finance Edward's wars and pass statutes. Treason was defined by statute for the first time (1352), the office of Justice of the Peace was created to aid sheriffs (1361), and English replaced French as the national language (1362).

Despite the king's early successes and England's general prosperity, much remained amiss in the realm. Edward and his nobles touted romantic chivalry as their credo while plundering a devastated France; chivalry emphasized the glory of war while reality stressed its costs. The influence of the Church decreased but John Wycliff spearheaded an ecclesiastical reform movement that challenged church exploitation by both the king and the pope. During 1348-1350, bubonic plague (the Black Death) ravaged the populations of Europe by as much as a fifty per cent. The flowering English economy was struck hard by the ensuing rise in prices and wages. The failed military excursions of John of Gaunt into France caused excessive taxation and eroded Edward's popular support.

The last years of Edward's reign mirrored the first, in that a woman again dominated him. Philippa died in 1369 and Edward took the unscrupulous Alice Perrers as his mistress. With Edward in his dotage and the Black Prince ill, Perrers and William Latimer (the chamberlain of the household) dominated the court with the support of John of Gaunt. Edward, the Black Prince, died in 1376 and the old king spent the last year of his life grieving. Rafael Holinshed, in Chronicles of England, suggested that Edward believed the death of his son was a punishment for usurping his father's crown: "But finally the thing that most grieved him, was the loss of that most noble gentleman, his dear son Prince Edward . . . But this and other mishaps that chanced to him now in his old years might seem to come to pass for a revenge of his disobedience showed to his in usurping against him. . ."

Source: Britannia.com

Children of Edward England and Philippa England are:

i. Thomas Prince Of England, born January 07, 1354/55 in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England; died September 1397 in Calais, Pas-De-Calais, France; married Eleanor De Bohun; born 1366 in Hereford, Herefordshire, England; died October 03, 1399 in Middlesex, England.

12746 ii. John Prince Of England, born March 1339/40 in Belgium; died February 03, 1398/99 in Leicester Castle, Leicertershire, England; married Catherine De Roet January 13, 1395/96.

iii. Edmund Prince Of England, born June 05, 1341 in King's Langley, Herfortfordshire, England; died August 01, 1402 in Langley, Hertfordshire, England; married Isabel Princess Of Castile And Leon; born 1355 in Morales, Spain; died December 23, 1392.

Notes for Isabel Princess Of Castile And Leon:

Descendant of Henry II and prob. descendant of The Prophet Muhammad, according to

http://www.compapp.dcu.ie/~humphrys/FamTree/Royal/edward.iii.html

 

 

iv. Lionel Of Antwerp Prince Of England, born November 29, 1338 in Antwerp, Belgium; died October 17, 1368 in Italy; married Elizabeth De Burgh; born July 06, 1332 in Antrim, Ireland; died December 1363 in Dublin, Ireland.

 

25496. Robert Howard, born Abt. 1336 in Wigginhall, Norfolk, England; died July 03, 1388 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England. He was the son of 50992. John Howard and 50993. Alice De Bosco. He married 25497. Margaret De Scales.

25497. Margaret De Scales, born 1339 in Newselles, Hertfordshire, England; died May 08, 1416 in East Winch, Norfolk, England.

Child of Robert Howard and Margaret De Scales is:

12748 i. John Howard, born 1365 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England; died November 17, 1436 in Jerusalem; married Alice Tendring.

 

25500. John De Mowbray, born June 25, 1340 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; died 1368 in Constantinople, Turkey. He was the son of 51000. John De Mowbray and 51001. Joan Plantagenet. He married 25501. Elizabeth De Segrave.

25501. Elizabeth De Segrave, born October 25, 1338 in Abbey, Croxton, Leicestershire, England. She was the daughter of 51002. John De Segrave and 51003. Margaret Plantagenet.

Children of John De Mowbray and Elizabeth De Segrave are:

12750 i. Thomas De Mowbray, born March 22, 1365/66 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; died September 22, 1399 in Venice, Italy; married Elizabeth Fitzalan 1384 in Castle, Arundel, Sussex, England.

ii. Eleanor De Mowbray, born Abt. 1355 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; married John De Welles; born April 20, 1352 in Lincolnshire, England.

 

25502. Richard Fitzalan, born 1346 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died September 21, 1397 in London, Middlesex, England. He was the son of 51004. Richard Fitzalan and 51005. Eleanor Plantagenet. He married 25503. Elizabeth De Bohun.

25503. Elizabeth De Bohun, born Abt. 1350 in Derbyshire, England; died April 03, 1385. She was the daughter of 51006. William De Bohun and 51007. Elizabeth De Badlesmere.

Notes for Richard Fitzalan:

Richard Fitzalan and his wife, Elizabeth de Bohun were ancestors of President Zachary Taylor.

Children of Richard Fitzalan and Elizabeth De Bohun are:

i. Joan Fitzalan, born Abt. 1372; died November 14, 1435; married William Beauchamp; born Abt. 1358 in Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England; died May 08, 1411.

12751 ii. Elizabeth Fitzalan, born Abt. 1366 in Derbyshire, England; died July 08, 1425 in Heveringham, Nottingham, England; married (1) Thomas De Mowbray 1384 in Castle, Arundel, Sussex, England; married (2) Robert Goushill September 01, 1401.

 

Generation No. 16

50976. Randolf De Neville, born October 18, 1262; died April 18, 1332. He married 50977. Eupheme Ritzroger Clavering.

50977. Eupheme Ritzroger Clavering, born Abt. 1267 in Warkworth, Northumberland, England; died 1329. She was the daughter of 101954. Robert FitzRoger Clavering and 101955. Margery La Zouche.

Child of Randolf De Neville and Eupheme Clavering is:

25488 i. Ralph Neville, died August 05, 1367 in Durham, England; married Alice Audley.

 

50978. Hugh De Audley, born Abt. 1250 in Audley, Staffordshire, England. He was the son of 101956. James De Aldithley and 101957. Ela Longspee. He married 50979. Isolde De Mortimer.

50979. Isolde De Mortimer, born Abt. 1270 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England; died 1328. She was the daughter of 101958. Edmund De Mortimer and 101959. Margaret De Fiennes.

Notes for Hugh De Audley:

Hugh De Audley and his wife, Isolde De Mortimer are ancestors of the Queen Mother, mother of Elizabeth II, Queen of England, Elizabeth Bowes Lyon.

Children of Hugh De Audley and Isolde De Mortimer are:

i. Alice De Audley, born Abt. 1304 in Hadley, Staffordshire, England; died January 11, 1373/74 in Greystoke, Northumberland, England; married Ralph FitzRobert De Greystoke November 25, 1317 in Dispensation, Stretton Audley, Oxfordshire, England; born August 15, 1299 in Greystoke, Northumberland, England; died July 14, 1323.

25489 ii. Alice Audley, born Abt. 1304 in Hadley, Staffordshire, England; died January 11, 1373/74 in Greystoke, Northumberland, England; married Ralph Neville.

 

50984. Edward II King Of England, born April 25, 1284 in Caernarvon Castle, Wales; died September 21, 1327 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of 101968. Edward I King Of England and 101969. Eleanor Of Castile. He married 50985. Isabelle Princess Of France.

50985. Isabelle Princess Of France, born 1292 in Paris, France; died November 21, 1358 in Hertford Castle, Herforshire, England. She was the daughter of 101970. Philippe IV King Of France.

Notes for Edward II King Of England:

Edward II (1307-27 AD)

Born: 25 April 1284 at Caernarfon Castle, Gwynedd

Murdered: 21 September 1327 at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire

Buried: St. Peter's Abbey (Gloucester Cathedral), Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Parents: Edward I and Eleanor of Castile

Siblings: Eleanor, Joan, John, Henry, Julian (alias Katherine), Joan, Alfonso, Margaret, Berengaria, Mary, Alice, Elizabeth, Beatrice & Blanche

Crowned: 25 February 1308 at Westminster Abbey, Middlesex

Abdicated: 25 January 1327

Married: 25 January 1308 at Boulogne Cathedral

Spouse: Isabella daughter of Philip IV, King of France

Offspring: Edward, John, Eleanor & Joan

Contemporaries: Robert Bruce (King of Scotland, 1306-1329); Piers Gaveston; Thomas, Earl of Lancaster; Hugh Dispenser; Roger Mortimer

Edward II lacked the royal dignity of his father and failed miserably as king. He inherited his father's war with Scotland and displayed his ineptitude as a soldier. Disgruntled barons, already wary of Edward as Prince of Wales, sought to check his power from the beginning of his reign. He raised the ire of the nobility by lavishing money and other rewards upon his male favorites. Such extreme unpopularity would eventually cost Edward his life.

Edward I's dream of a unified British nation quickly disintegrated under his weak son. Baronial rebellion opened the way for Robert Bruce to reconquer much of Scotland. In 1314, Bruce defeated English forces at the battle of Bannockburn and ensured Scottish independence until the union of England and Scotland in 1707. Bruce also incited rebellion in Ireland and reduced English influence to the confines of the Pale.

Edward's preference for surrounding himself with outsiders harkened back to the troubled reign of Henry III. The most notable was Piers Gaveston, a young Gascon exiled by Edward I for his undue influence on the Prince of Wales and, most likely, the king's homosexual lover. The arrogant and licentious Gaveston wielded considerable power after being recalled by Edward. The magnates, alienated by the relationship, rallied in opposition behind the king's cousin, Thomas, Earl of Lancaster; the Parliaments of 1310 and 1311 imposed restrictions on Edward's power and exiled Gaveston. The barons revolted in 1312 and Gaveston was murdered - full rebellion was avoided only by Edward's acceptance of further restrictions. Although Lancaster shared the responsibilities of governing with Edward, the king came under the influence of yet another despicable favorite, Hugh Dispenser. In 1322, Edward showed a rare display of resolve and gathered an army to meet Lancaster at the Battle of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire. Edward prevailed and executed Lancaster. He and Dispenser ruled the government but again acquired many enemies - 28 knights and barons were executed for rebelling and many exiled.

Edward sent his queen, Isabella, to negotiate with her brother, French king Charles IV, regarding affairs in Gascony. She fell into an open romance with Roger Mortimer, one of Edward's disaffected barons, and persuaded Edward to send their young son to France. The rebellious couple invaded England in 1326 and imprisoned Edward. The king was deposed in 1327, replaced by his son, Edward III, and murdered in September at Berkeley castle.

Sir Richard Baker, in reference to Edward I in A Chronicle of the Kings of England, makes a strong indictment against Edward II: "His great unfortunateness was in his greatest blessing; for of four sons which he had by his Queen Eleanor, three of them died in his own lifetime, who were worthy to have outlived him; and the fourth outlived him, who was worthy never to have been born."

Source: Britannia.com

Child of Edward England and Isabelle France is:

25492 i. Edward III King Of England, born November 13, 1312 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England; died June 21, 1377 in Surrey, Eng; married Philippa Queen Of England.

 

50992. John Howard, born 1310 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England; died Aft. 1388 in Bath, East Winch, Norfolk, England. He was the son of 101984. John Howard and 101985. Joan De Cornwall. He married 50993. Alice De Bosco.

50993. Alice De Bosco, born Abt. 1314 in Coningsby, Lincolnshire, England; died Abt. 1375.

Child of John Howard and Alice De Bosco is:

25496 i. Robert Howard, born Abt. 1336 in Wigginhall, Norfolk, England; died July 03, 1388 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England; married Margaret De Scales.

 

51000. John De Mowbray, born November 29, 1310 in Hovingham, Yorkshire, England; died October 04, 1361 in Bedford, Bedford, England. He was the son of 102000. John De Mowbray and 102001. Alivia Braose. He married 51001. Joan Plantagenet.

51001. Joan Plantagenet, born 1310 in Norfolk, England; died July 07, 1349. She was the daughter of 102002. Henry Plantagenet and 102003. Maud De Chaworth.

Child of John De Mowbray and Joan Plantagenet is:

25500 i. John De Mowbray, born June 25, 1340 in Epworth, Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, England; died 1368 in Constantinople, Turkey; married Elizabeth De Segrave.

 

51002. John De Segrave, born Abt. 1314 in Norfolk, England; died April 01, 1353. He married 51003. Margaret Plantagenet.

51003. Margaret Plantagenet, born Abt. 1322 in Norfolk, England; died March 24, 1398/99. She was the daughter of 102006. Thomas Prince Of England and 102007. Alice De Hales.

Child of John De Segrave and Margaret Plantagenet is:

25501 i. Elizabeth De Segrave, born October 25, 1338 in Abbey, Croxton, Leicestershire, England; married John De Mowbray.

 

51004. Richard Fitzalan1, born Abt. 1313; died January 24, 1375/76. He was the son of 102008. Edmund Fitzalan and 102009. Alice De Warren. He married 51005. Eleanor Plantagenet February 05, 1344/45.

51005. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 1311 in Grismond Castle, Monmouthshire, England; died January 11, 1371/72 in Arundel Castle, Sussex. She was the daughter of 102002. Henry Plantagenet and 102003. Maud De Chaworth.

Notes for Richard Fitzalan:

Richard's title was 9th Earl of Arundel.

Children of Richard Fitzalan and Eleanor Plantagenet are:

i. John Fitzalan, born Bef. 1349 in Betchworth, Surrey, England; died December 15, 1379 in Irish Sea; married Eleanor De Maltravers; born Abt. 1345 in Echingham, Sussex, England; died January 10, 1404/05.

25502 ii. Richard Fitzalan, born 1346 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died September 21, 1397 in London, Middlesex, England; married Elizabeth De Bohun.

iii. Alice Fitzalan, born Abt. 1350 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died March 17, 1415/16; married Thomas De Holand April 10, 1364; born 1354 in Upholand, Lancashire, England; died April 25, 1397 in Woodstock, Kent, England.

More About Thomas De Holand:

Occupation: 2nd Earl of Kent

 

51006. William De Bohun, born Abt. 1312 in Caldecot, Northampton, England; died September 16, 1360. He was the son of 102012. Humphrey De Bohun and 102013. Elizabeth Princess Of England. He married 51007. Elizabeth De Badlesmere.

51007. Elizabeth De Badlesmere, born 1313 in Castle, Badlesmere, England; died June 08, 1356.

Child of William De Bohun and Elizabeth De Badlesmere is:

25503 i. Elizabeth De Bohun, born Abt. 1350 in Derbyshire, England; died April 03, 1385; married Richard Fitzalan.

 
 
 

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101954. Robert FitzRoger Clavering, born Abt. 1247 in Clavering, Essex, England; died April 29, 1310. He married 101955. Margery La Zouche.

101955. Margery La Zouche, born Abt. 1251 in Clavering, Essex, England. She was the daughter of Alan La Zouche and Helen De Quincy.

Children of Robert Clavering and Margery La Zouche are:

50977 i. Eupheme Ritzroger Clavering, born Abt. 1267 in Warkworth, Northumberland, England; died 1329; married Randolf De Neville.

ii. Alan Clavering, born 1279 in Clavering, Essex, England; died January 17, 1327/28; married Isabella Riddell; died May 14, 1360.

 

101956. James De Aldithley, born 1225 in Heleigh, Staffordshire, England; died Abt. 1272 in Ireland. He was the son of Henry De Aldithley and Bertred Mainwaring. He married 101957. Ela Longspee.

101957. Ela Longspee, born Abt. 1226 in England; died November 22, 1299. She was the daughter of William Longespee and Idoine De Camville.

Children of James De Aldithley and Ela Longspee are:

i. Nicholas De Audley, born Bef. 1258 in Heleigh, Staffordshire, England; died August 28, 1299; married Katherine Giffard; born 1272 in Brimsfield, Gloucestershire, England.

50978 ii. Hugh De Audley, born Abt. 1250 in Audley, Staffordshire, England; married Isolde De Mortimer.

 

101958. Edmund De Mortimer, born 1252 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England; died July 17, 1304 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England. He was the son of Roger De Mortimer and Maud De Braose. He married 101959. Margaret De Fiennes.

101959. Margaret De Fiennes, born Bet. 1262 - 1270 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England; died February 07, 1333/34. She was the daughter of William De Fiennes and Blanche De Brienne.

Children of Edmund De Mortimer and Margaret De Fiennes are:

i. Matilda De Mortimer, born Abt. 1286 in Wigmore, Hertfordshire, England; died September 18, 1312; married Theobald De Verdun; born Abt. 1284 in Atton Castle, Staffordshire, England; died July 27, 1316.

ii. Roger Mortimer, born May 03, 1287 in Netherwood, Thornbury, England; died November 29, 1330 in Elms, Tyburn, Warwickshire, England; married Joan De Geneville; born February 02, 1285/86 in Ludlow, Shropshire, England; died October 19, 1356.

50979 iii. Isolde De Mortimer, born Abt. 1270 in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England; died 1328; married Hugh De Audley.

 

101968. Edward I King Of England1, born June 17, 1239 in Westminster, Middlesex, England; died July 07, 1307 in Cumberland, England. He was the son of Henry III King Of England and Elbeonore Countess Of Provence. He married 101969. Eleanor Of Castile.

101969. Eleanor Of Castile1.

Notes for Edward I King Of England:

Edward I, nicknamed "Longshanks" due to his great height and stature, was perhaps the most successful of the medieval monarchs. The first twenty years of his reign marked a high point of cooperation between crown and community. In these years, Edward made great strides in reforming government, consolidating territory, and defining foreign policy. He possessed the strength his father lacked and reasserted royal prerogative. Edward fathered many children as well: sixteen by Eleanor of Castille before her death in 1290, and three more by Margaret.

Edward held to the concept of community, and although at times unscrupulously aggressive, ruled with the general welfare of his subjects in mind. He perceived the crown as judge of the proper course of action for the realm and its chief legislator; royal authority was granted by law and should be fully utilized for the public good, but that same law also granted protection to the king's subjects. A king should rule with the advice and consent of those whose rights were in question. The level of interaction between king and subject allowed Edward considerable leeway in achieving his goals.

Edward I added to the bureaucracy initiated by Henry II to increase his effectiveness as sovereign. He expanded the administration into four principal parts: the Chancery, the Exchequer, the Household, and the Council. The Chancery researched and created legal documents while the Exchequer received and issued money, scrutinized the accounts of local officials, and kept financial records. These two departments operated within the king's authority but independently from his personal rule, prompting Edward to follow the practice of earlier kings in developing the Household, a mobile court of clerks and advisers that traveled with the king. The King's Council was the most vital segment of the four. It consisted of his principal ministers, trusted judges and clerks, a select group of magnates, and also followed the king. The Council dealt with matters of great importance to the realm and acted as a court for cases of national importance.

Edward's forays into the refinement of law and justice had important consequences in decreasing feudal practice. The Statute of Gloucester (1278) curbed expansion of large private holdings and established the principle that all private franchises were delegated by, and subordinate to, the crown. Royal jurisdiction became supreme: the Exchequer developed a court to hear financial disputes, the Court of Common Pleas arose to hear property disputes, and the Court of the King's Bench addressed criminal cases in which the king had a vested interest. Other statutes prohibited vassals from giving their lands to the church, encouraged primogeniture, and established the king as the sole person who could make a man his feudal vassal. In essence, Edward set the stage for land to become an article of commerce.

Edward concentrated on an aggressive foreign policy. A major campaign to control Llywelyn ap Gruffydd of Wales began in 1277 and lasted until Llywelyn's death in 1282. Wales was divided into shires, English civil law was introduced, and the region was administered by appointed justices. In the manner of earlier monarchs, Edward constructed many new castles to ensure his conquest. In 1301, the king's eldest son was named Prince of Wales, a title still granted to all first-born male heirs to the crown. Edward found limited success in extending English influence into Ireland: he introduced a Parliament in Dublin and increased commerce in a few coastal towns, but most of the country was controlled by independent barons or Celtic tribal chieftains. He retained English holdings in France through diplomacy, but was drawn into war by the incursions of Philip IV in Gascony. He negotiated a peace with France in 1303 and retained those areas England held before the war.

Edward's involvement in Scotland had far reaching effects. The country had developed a feudal kingdom similar to England in the Lowlands the Celtic tribal culture dispersed to the Highlands. After the death of the Scottish king, Alexander III, Edward negotiated a treaty whereby Margaret, Maid of Norway and legitimate heir to the Scottish crown, would be brought to England to marry his oldest son, the future Edward II. Margaret, however, died in 1290 en route to England, leaving a disputed succession in Scotland; Edward claimed the right to intercede as feudal lord of the Scottish kings through their Anglo-Norman roots. Edward arbitrated between thirteen different claimants and chose John Baliol. Baliol did homage to Edward as his lord, but the Scots resisted Edward's demands for military service. In 1296, Edward invaded Scotland and soundly defeated the Scots under Baliol Ð Baliol was forced to abdicate and the Scottish barons did homage to Edward as their king. William Wallace incited a rebellion in 1297, defeated the English army at Stirling, and harassed England's northern counties. The next year, Edward defeated Wallace at the Battle of Falkirk but encountered continued resistance until Wallace's capture and execution in 1304. Robert Bruce, the grandson of a claimant to the throne in 1290, instigated another revolt in 1306 and would ultimately defeat the army of Edward II at Bannockburn. Edward's campaigns in Scotland were ruthless and aroused in the Scots a hatred of England that would endure for generations.

Edward's efforts to finance his wars in France and Scotland strained his relationship with the nobility by instituting both income and personal property taxes. Meetings of the King's Great Council, now referred to as Parliaments, intermittently included members of the middle class and began curtailing the royal authority. Parliament reaffirmed Magna Carta and the Charter of the Forest in 1297, 1299, 1300, and 1301; it was concluded that no tax should be levied without consent of the realm as a whole (as represented by Parliament).

Edward's character found accurate evaluation by Sir Richard Baker, in A Chronicle of the Kings of England: He had in him the two wisdoms, not often found in any, single; both together, seldom or never: an ability of judgement in himself, and a readiness to hear the judgement of others. He was not easily provoked into passion, but once in passion, not easily appeased, as was seen by his dealing with the Scots; towards whom he showed at first patience, and at last severity. If he be censured for his many taxations, he may be justified by his well bestowing them; for never prince laid out his money to more honour of himself, or good of his kingdom."

Source: Britannia.com

Children of Edward England and Eleanor Castile are:

i. Elizabeth Princess Of England, born August 07, 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire, Wales; died May 05, 1316 in Quendon, Essex, England; married Humphrey De Bohun November 14, 1302 in Westminster, Middlesex, England; born 1275 in Pleshey Castle, Essex, England; died March 16, 1321/22 in Boroughbridge, Yorkshire, England.

50984 ii. Edward II King Of England, born April 25, 1284 in Caernarvon Castle, Wales; died September 21, 1327 in Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, England; married Isabelle Princess Of France.

iii. Joan Plantagenet1, born 1272 in Israel; died April 23, 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England; married Gilbert De Clare; born September 02, 1243 in Christchurch, Hampshire, England; died December 07, 1295 in Monmouth Castle, Monmouthshire, England.

Notes for Gilbert De Clare:

His titles were 3rd Earl of Gloucester, 7th Earl of Hertford.

 

101970. Philippe IV King Of France, born 1268 in Fontainebleau, Isle De France; died November 29, 1314 in Fontainebleau, Isle De France. He was the son of Philippe III King Of France and Marie Princess Of Brabant.

Notes for Philippe IV King Of France:

In 1328, all male children of Philippe IV had died without male issue, and the female issue was compromised. Philippe IV's daughter Isabelle had married Edward II of England. Philippe's brother Charles de Valois had died in 1326, and his eldest son Philippe, comte de Valois, was chosen as king by the Estates General little enclined to hand the crown to the English king. This was the start of the house of Valois.

Child of Philippe IV King Of France is:

50985 i. Isabelle Princess Of France, born 1292 in Paris, France; died November 21, 1358 in Hertford Castle, Herforshire, England; married Edward II King Of England.

 

101984. John Howard, born Abt. 1276 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England; died 1331 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England. He was the son of William Howard and Alice Fitton. He married 101985. Joan De Cornwall.

101985. Joan De Cornwall, born Abt. 1285 in Thunnock, Lancashire, England; died 1341. She was the daughter of Richard De Cornwall.

Child of John Howard and Joan De Cornwall is:

50992 i. John Howard, born 1310 in Wiggenhall, Norfolk, England; died Aft. 1388 in Bath, East Winch, Norfolk, England; married Alice De Bosco.

 

102000. John De Mowbray, born September 04, 1286 in Norfolk, England; died March 23, 1321/22. He was the son of Roger De Mowbray and Roese De Clare. He married 102001. Alivia Braose.

102001. Alivia Braose, born Abt. 1305 in Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales; died Bef. July 30, 1331.

Child of John De Mowbray and Alivia Braose is:

51000 i. John De Mowbray, born November 29, 1310 in Hovingham, Yorkshire, England; died October 04, 1361 in Bedford, Bedford, England; married Joan Plantagenet.

 

102002. Henry Plantagenet, born 1281 in Grismond Castle, Monmouthshire, England; died September 22, 1345 in Leicester, England. He was the son of Edmund Prince Of England and Blanche D'Artois. He married 102003. Maud De Chaworth.

102003. Maud De Chaworth, born Abt. 1282 in Carmarthenshire, Wales; died Aft. February 19, 1316/17.

Children of Henry Plantagenet and Maud De Chaworth are:

51005 i. Eleanor Plantagenet, born 1311 in Grismond Castle, Monmouthshire, England; died January 11, 1371/72 in Arundel Castle, Sussex; married (1) John De Beaumont; married (2) Richard Fitzalan February 05, 1344/45.

51001 ii. Joan Plantagenet, born 1310 in Norfolk, England; died July 07, 1349; married John De Mowbray.

iii. Mary Plantagenet, born 1320 in Staffordshire, England; died September 01, 1362; married Henry De Percy; born 1320 in Northampton, England; died May 18, 1368.

 

102006. Thomas Prince Of England, born June 01, 1300 in Brotherton, Yorkshire, England; died Bef. August 04, 1338. He married 102007. Alice De Hales.

102007. Alice De Hales, born Abt. 1302 in Harwich, Essex, England; died Abt. 1327.

Child of Thomas England and Alice De Hales is:

51003 i. Margaret Plantagenet, born Abt. 1322 in Norfolk, England; died March 24, 1398/99; married John De Segrave.

 

102008. Edmund Fitzalan, born May 01, 1285 in Castle, Marlborough, Sussex, England; died November 17, 1326 in Herefordshire, England (beheaded). He was the son of Richard Fitzalan and Alisona De Saluzza. He married 102009. Alice De Warren.

102009. Alice De Warren, born Abt. 1277 in Warren, Sussex, England; died Bef. May 23, 1338. She was the daughter of William De Warrenne and Joan De Vere.

Children of Edmund Fitzalan and Alice De Warren are:

51004 i. Richard Fitzalan, born Abt. 1313; died January 24, 1375/76; married (1) Isabel Despencer; married (2) Eleanor Plantagenet February 05, 1344/45.

ii. Aline Fitzalan, born 1314 in Arundel, Sussex, England; died January 20, 1385/86; married Roger Le Strange; born Abt. 1327 in Knockin, Shropshire, England; died August 26, 1382 in Wales.

 

102012. Humphrey De Bohun, born 1275 in Pleshey Castle, Essex, England; died March 16, 1321/22 in Boroughbridge, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of Humphey De Bohun and Maud De Fiennes. He married 102013. Elizabeth Princess Of England November 14, 1302 in Westminster, Middlesex, England.

102013. Elizabeth Princess Of England, born August 07, 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire, Wales; died May 05, 1316 in Quendon, Essex, England. She was the daughter of 101968. Edward I King Of England and 101969. Eleanor Of Castile.

Children of Humphrey De Bohun and Elizabeth England are:

i. Eleanor De Bohun, born Bef. October 17, 1304 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England; died October 07, 1363; married (2) James Le Botiller; born 1304 in Ireland; died January 06, 1337/38.

51006 ii. William De Bohun, born Abt. 1312 in Caldecot, Northampton, England; died September 16, 1360; married Elizabeth De Badlesmere.

 

 

Endnotes

1. Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States, (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, Baltimore, Second Printing, 2001).
 
 

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