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C.P. Addition: Parentage of Sir John Botetourt, 1st Lord Botetourt [died 1324]
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Dear Newsgroup ~

Complete Peerage 2 (1912): 233 includes an account of Sir John Botetourt, 1st Lord Botetourt (died 1324), who was a prominent individual in the reigns of King Edward I and II. The author stated that the parentage of Lord Botetourt was “unknown.”

In 1988 F.N. Craig’ published a well researched article entitled “The Parentage of John Botetourt (died 1324)” in TAG 63 (1988): 145–153. Mr. Craig advanced the hypothesis that Sir John Botetourt, 1st Lord Botetourt, was a son and likely heir of Sir Guy Botetourt (living 1316), of Ellingham, Norfolk, by his wife, Ada (living 1311–12). Specifically, Mr. Craig showed that Sir Guy Botetourt held the manors of Ellingham (his chief seat), Uphall (in Cantley), and Upton, Norfolk, all of which properties eventually passed to Sir John Botetourt, 1st Lord Botetourt, or to his descendants. Conclusive evidence, however, to prove this parentage was missing, partly due to a lack of a surviving inquisition post mortem for Sir Guy Botetourt.

In the intervening years, various pieces of evidence have surfaced which have given support to Mr. Craig’s hypothesis. It has been learned, for example, that Sir John Botetourt had brothers named Robert [see Byerly & Byerly, Recs. of the Wardrobe & Household 1286–1289 (1986): 258] and Guy [see Gough, Scotland in 1298 (1888): 22, 68, 166]. Sir John Botetourt, who owned the manor of Great Bradley, Suffolk, appointed Robert Botetourt as rector at Great Bradley, Suffolk in 1311, and Master Roger Botetourt as rector of the same place in 1316. Robert and Roger Botetourt are both identified in contemporary records as sons of Sir Guy Botetourt [see Cooper, Memorials of Cambridge 2 (1861): 215; Procs. Soc. of Antiquaries of London 2nd Ser. 4 (1869): 200–201; Rye, Pedes Finium or Fines Rel. Cambridge (1891): 90; Papal Regs.: Letters 2 (1895): 15, 21].

After years of searching, conclusive evidence that Sir John Botetourt is the son of Sir Guy Botetourt has been found in a Justices Itinerant lawsuit dated 1326, which includes specific testimony that in 12 Edward II [1318–19] John Botetourt granted John de Wysham lands and tenements in Wood Rising, Norfolk, which formerly belonged to his father, Guy Botetourt [see Justices Itinerant, JUST 1/1393A, image 34f; Date: 1326 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E2/Just1no1393A/aJUST1no1393Afronts/IMG_0034.htm)].

For interest's sake, my current file account regarding Sir Guy Botetourt [died c.1317] is copied below.

The following is a list of the numerous 17th Century New World immigrants that descend from Sir John Botetourt, 1st Lord Botetourt, and his wife, Maud Fitz Thomas:

Dannett Abney, Samuel Argall, William Asfordby, Walter Aston, Barbara Aubrey, Charles Barham, Audrey Barlow, Marmaduke Beckwith, John Bevan, Joseph Bickley, William Bladen, George & Nehemiah Blakiston, Thomas Booth, Elizabeth Bosvile, George, Giles, & Robert Brent, Edward Bromfield, Nathaniel Browne, Stephen Bull, Charles & Leonard Calvert, Kenelm Cheseldine, Grace Chetwode, Jeremy Clarke, St. Leger Codd, Henry Corbin, James Cudworth, Francis Dade, Frances, Jane, & Katherine Deighton, Edward Digges, George Elkington, Henry Filmer, Henry Fleete, Edward Foliot, Muriel Gurdon, Katherine Hamby, Warham Horsmanden, Edmund Jennings, Mary Launce, Thomas Ligon, Anne Lovelace, Henry, Jane & Nicholas Lowe, Gabriel, Roger, & Sarah Ludlow, Anne & Katherine Marbury, Elizabeth Marshall, Anne Mauleverer, John & Margaret Nelson, Philip & Thomas Nelson, Thomas Owsley, John Oxenbridge, Katherine Saint Leger, Richard Saltonstall, Diana & Grey Skipwith, Mary Johanna Somerset, Rose Stoughton, Samuel & William Torrey, Margaret Touteville, Olive Welby, Amy Wyllys.

Do you descend from Sir John Botetourt and his father, Sir Guy Botetourt? If so, I'd appreciate it if you would post your line of descent from him down to your immigrant ancestor or down to about 1650.

Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah

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1. GUY BOTETOURT (or BUTETORT, BUTETOURTE, BUTETURT, BUTETURTE, BUTTETOURTE, BUTTETURE, BOTTETURT), BUTECOURT, BOUTECOURTE, BOTECOURT, BUUTECURTE, Knt., of Little Ellingham, Cantley, Cranworth, Fishley, Botetourt’s (in Kimberley), Upton, and Woodrising, Norfolk, commissioner of array for Norfolk and Suffolk, 1297. He married ADA _____. They had seven sons, John, Knt. [1st Lord Botetourt], William, Knt., Ralph, Guy, [Master] Thomas [Rector of Tivetshall, Norfolk, and Euston and Troston, Suffolk], [Master] Roger [Rector of Little Ellingham, Norfolk and Great Bradley, Suffolk], and [Master] Robert [Rector of Calbourn, Hampshire and Great Bradley, Suffolk]. In 1254, at the request of Robert de Ibetot [Tibetot], he was granted free warren in all his demesne lands in Norfolk. On 3 October 1264 he and Wiiliam del Maner were granted simple protection until Christmas. In 1272–3 Guy Buteturte arraigned an assize of novel disseisin against Thomas Rocelyn, &c., touching a tenement in Upton, Norfolk. In 1274–75 as “Wido de Butiaute” of Ellingham, Norfolk, he claimed free warren in Wood Rising, Norfolk; as “Wydo Butetur,” he claimed the assize of bread and ale in Weyland Hundred, Norfolk; as “Guydo de Buteturte,” he claimed the assize of bread and ale in Blofeld Hundred, Norfolk. He was summoned for service against the Welsh in 1277 and 1282. He was granted letters of protection in 1277, he then going to the parts of Wales on the king’s service. In 1280, as “Guidone Butecurt,” he witnessed a charter of John, Earl of Warenne, in which the earl released his right to the manor of Sculton, Norfolk. In 1285 Guy had the assize of bread and ale beer of all his tenants in Kimberley, Norfolk. In 1286 he was granted the assize of bread and alebeer and bread and free warren at Little Ellingham, Norfolk. In 1288 and 1289 Beatrice la Boteler sued him in the Court of Common Pleas in a Norfolk plea regarding land. In 1290 he and his son, Sir John Botetourt, witnessed an indenture between Sir Roger de Leukenore and Sir Robert de Tybotot regarding the manor of Menchesham [Mendlesham, Suffolk], excepting the dower of Margery, widow of Hugh Fitz Otes, Knt. He was summoned with horses and arms to a military council held at Rochester, Kent in 1297. He was summoned for military service against the Scots in 1297, 1298, and 1301. In 1297 John son of Geoffrey Crowe conveyed to Guy and Ada his wife, Guy’s son, Ralph, and the heirs of Ralph ten messuages and lands in Breckles, Stow Bedon, Bekerton (in Stow Bedon), Caston, and Griston, Norfolk. In 1298 John Champayne and Nichole his wife conveyed to Guy Buteturte and Ada his wife, and Ralph their son, and the heirs of Ralph ten messuages and lands in Breckles, Stow Bedon, Bekerton (in Stow Bedon), Caston, and Griston, Norfolk. In 1302 he was granted a weekly market and a yearly fair at his manor of Upton, Norfolk. In 1305 William Botetourt conveyed the manor of Cantley, Norfolk to Guy for the term of his life to be held of the said William, with remainder on the death of the said Guy to the said William and his heirs. The same year Ralph Botetourt conveyed the manor of Kimberley, Norfolk to Guy for the term of his life to be held of the said Ralph, with remainder on the death of the said Guy to Ralph and his heirs. In 1306 Robert de Boys, of Little Ellingham, Norfolk, and Edmund son of William Capsy, of Beccles, Suffolk, owed him a debt of 100s. In 1307 Guy and Ada his wife, Ralph Butteturte, and others recovered the advowson of Thompson, Norfolk against Thomas de Reppes. In 1308 he presented Master Ralph Buttetourt to the church of Thompson, Norfolk. In 1312 Thomas Botetourt conveyed the manor of Cranworth, Norfolk, together with lands in Wood Rising, Norfolk, to on Guy and Ada his wife, for life, with subsequent remainders to Ralph Botetourt and his heirs male, and, in default of such issue, thence to the right heirs of Guy. In Michaelmas term 1313 he sued Stephen son of John Deryng, of Upton, Norfolk, in the Court of Common Pleas regarding an account. He is listed among property owners at Kimberley, Ellingham, Thompson, Witton, and Wood Rising with Cranworth, Norfolk in 1316. SIR GUY BOTETOURT died before 4 March 1317, when his son, Sir John Botetourt, Knt., presented to the church of Little Ellingham, Norfolk. In 1318–19 John Botetourt granted John de Wysham lands and tenements in Wood Rising, Norfolk, which formerly belonged to his father, Guy Botetourt.

References:

Blomefield, Essay towards a Top. Hist. of Norfolk 1 (1739): 625; 2 (1805): 288–289, 366–373, 535–539; 7 (1807): 374–393; 10 (1809): 199–201; 11 (1810): 102, 106, 133. Abbreviatio Placitorum (1811): 272. Rotuli Hundredorum (Record Commission) 1 (1812): 499, 522, 534. Palgrave, Parliamentary Writs & Writs of Military Summons 1 (1827): 486. Nicolas, Roll of Arms of the Reign of Edward the Second (1829): 162 (arms of Sire Guy Boutetour, de ermyne, a une sautour engrele de goules). Rye, Short Cal. Feet of Fines for Norfolk 1 (1885): 112, 130, 149, 151, 163, 165, 166; 2 (1886): 230. Annual Rpt. of the Deputy Keeper 42 (1881): 678; 46 (1886): 258, 260. Genealogist n.s. 11 (1895): 244. C.P.R. 1272–1281 (1901): 219–220. C.C.R. 1288–1296 (1904): 131. Feudal Aids 3 (1904): 437, 458, 471–473, 480, 482, 519. C.Ch.R. 3 (1908): 31. C.P.R. 1247–1258 (1908): 327. C.P.R. 1258–1266 (1910): 352. Norfolk Arch. 21 (1923): 8–15; 30 (1952): 241, 247, 271, 279–280, 285–286. TAG 63 (1988): 145–153. Court of Common Pleas, CP40/72, image 8001d (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E1/CP40no72/bCP40no72dorses/IMG_8001.htm). Court of Common Pleas, CP40/78, image 926d (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E1/CP40no78/bCP40no78dorses/IMG_0926.htm). Court of Common Pleas, CP40/153, image 89f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E1/CP40no153/aCP40no153fronts/IMG_0089.htm). Court of Common Pleas, CP40/156, image 126f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E1/CP40no156/aCP40no156fronts/IMG_0126.htm). Court of Common Pleas, CP40/201, image 49f (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E2/CP40no201/aCP40no201fronts/IMG_0049.htm). Justices Itinerant, JUST 1/1393A, image 34f; Date: 1326 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E2/Just1no1393A/aJUST1no1393Afronts/IMG_0034.htm). National Archives, C 241/50/366 (available at http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk). National Archives, Feet of Fines dated 1297 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/CP25(1)/CP25_1_160_113-117/IMG_0568.htm). National Archives, Feet of Fines dated 1298 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/CP25(1)/CP25_1_161_118-122/IMG_0011.htm). National Archives, Feet of Fines dated 1305 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/CP25(1)/CP25_1_161_118-122/IMG_0276.htm). National Archives, Feet of Fines dated 1305 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/CP25(1)/ CP25_1_161_118-122/IMG_0322.htm). National Archives, Feet of Fines dated 1312 (available at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/CP25(1)/CP25_1_162_124-132/IMG_0207.htm).
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2018-10-05 03:53:50 UTC
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Dear Newsgroup ~

I've asked that newsgroup members post their line of descent from the Botetourt family.

Here is my line of descent from Sir Guy Botetourt (died c.1317), of Little Ellingham, Norfolk down to my Gateway ancestor, Joseph Bickley, of Virginia, living 1735.

1. GUY BOTETOURT, Knt., of Little Ellingham, Norfolk, died c.1317, married ADA _____.
2. JOHN BOTETOURT, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt, died 1324, married MAUD FITZ THOMAS.
3. ELIZABETH BOTETOURT, died 1384, married WILLIAM LE LATIMER, 3rd Lord Latimer, died 1335.
4. ELIZABETH LATIMER, married JOHN DE CAMOYS, Knt., of Gressenhall, East Lexham, and Grimston, Norfolk, and Cowesby, Yorkshire, living 1362.
5. THOMAS CAMOYS, K.G., 1st Lord Camoys, died 1421, married (1st) ELIZABETH LOUCHES.
6. RICHARD CAMOYS, Knt., of Camoys (in Great Milton) and Chislehampton, Oxfordshire, died 1416, married JOAN POYNINGS.
7. ELEANOR CAMOYS, living 1433, married ROGER LEWKNOR, Knt., of Broadhurst (in Horsted Keynes), Sussex, died 1478.
8. ELIZABETH LEWKNOR, married 1456 JOHN WROTH, Esq., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1480.
9. JOHN WROTH, Esq., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1517, married JOAN _____.
10. ROBERT WROTH, Esq., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1535, married JANE HAUTE.
11. THOMAS WROTH, Knt., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1573, married MARY RICH.
12. JUDITH WROTH, married ROBERT BURGOYNE, Esq., of Wroxall and Hatton, Warwickshire, died 1613.
13. ROGER BURGOYNE, Esq., of Wroxall, Warwickshire, Sutton, Bedfordshire, etc., died 1636, married MARY WENDY.
14. JUDITH BURGOYNE, bapt. 1601, married ONSLOW WINCH, of Caldwell House (in Everton), Bedfordshire, will proved 2 March 1657/8.
15. HUMPHREY WINCH, Knt., of Harleyford (in Great Marlow), Buckinghamshire, Hawnes, Bedfordshire, etc., died 1703, married REBECCA BROWNE.
16. MARY WINCH, married FRANCIS BICKLEY, Knt., 3rd Baronet, of Attleborough, Norfolk, died testate about 17 July 1687.
17. JOSEPH BICKLEY, living 1735, Virginia, married SARAH _____, widow of _____ Shelton and Richard Gissage (or Gissedge).

Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
Adrian Channing
2018-10-05 16:50:51 UTC
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Dear Newsgroup ~
I've asked that newsgroup members post their line of descent from the Botetourt family.
Here is my line of descent from Sir Guy Botetourt (died c.1317), of Little Ellingham, Norfolk down to my Gateway ancestor, Joseph Bickley, of Virginia, living 1735.
1. GUY BOTETOURT, Knt., of Little Ellingham, Norfolk, died c.1317, married ADA _____.
2. JOHN BOTETOURT, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt, died 1324, married MAUD FITZ THOMAS.
3. ELIZABETH BOTETOURT, died 1384, married WILLIAM LE LATIMER, 3rd Lord Latimer, died 1335.
4. ELIZABETH LATIMER, married JOHN DE CAMOYS, Knt., of Gressenhall, East Lexham, and Grimston, Norfolk, and Cowesby, Yorkshire, living 1362.
5. THOMAS CAMOYS, K.G., 1st Lord Camoys, died 1421, married (1st) ELIZABETH LOUCHES.
6. RICHARD CAMOYS, Knt., of Camoys (in Great Milton) and Chislehampton, Oxfordshire, died 1416, married JOAN POYNINGS.
7. ELEANOR CAMOYS, living 1433, married ROGER LEWKNOR, Knt., of Broadhurst (in Horsted Keynes), Sussex, died 1478.
8. ELIZABETH LEWKNOR, married 1456 JOHN WROTH, Esq., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1480.
9. JOHN WROTH, Esq., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1517, married JOAN _____.
10. ROBERT WROTH, Esq., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1535, married JANE HAUTE.
11. THOMAS WROTH, Knt., of Durants (in Enfield), Middlesex, died 1573, married MARY RICH.
12. JUDITH WROTH, married ROBERT BURGOYNE, Esq., of Wroxall and Hatton, Warwickshire, died 1613.
13. ROGER BURGOYNE, Esq., of Wroxall, Warwickshire, Sutton, Bedfordshire, etc., died 1636, married MARY WENDY.
14. JUDITH BURGOYNE, bapt. 1601, married ONSLOW WINCH, of Caldwell House (in Everton), Bedfordshire, will proved 2 March 1657/8.
15. HUMPHREY WINCH, Knt., of Harleyford (in Great Marlow), Buckinghamshire, Hawnes, Bedfordshire, etc., died 1703, married REBECCA BROWNE.
16. MARY WINCH, married FRANCIS BICKLEY, Knt., 3rd Baronet, of Attleborough, Norfolk, died testate about 17 July 1687.
17. JOSEPH BICKLEY, living 1735, Virginia, married SARAH _____, widow of _____ Shelton and Richard Gissage (or Gissedge).
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
Here is a bit more on Rebecca Browne [with my refs]:

William Browne [991S1550] of Louth, Lincs m Grace Newman » William Browne [958S1575] of Louth, Lincs m Rachel NN of Whittington, Staffs » (a),(b) & (c)

(a)Stephen Browne [299S1600] (-Nov 1630x4 Feb 1630/1) of Louth, Lincs m Anne ?of Wrangle, Lincs: » Rachel Browne [335S1625] (-1697x8 bur St Brides) m Hugh Parker (c1607-1696/7 bur St Bride’s, London sp) 1Bt (cr 1681), of London; merchant.

(b) Martin Browne [059S1600] (-1654x1655 to be bur St Gregory PC, PCC Will) of St Gregory, London; Barber Surgeon; alderman (1652); interests in St Gregory, in Little Woodstreet, Cripplegate; in East Tilbury, Essex and Louth, Lincs; m Margaret (->1654) (d of John/Ion/Ivon Chalkhill (-1642) of Kingsbury, Middlesex by Martha Browne [003S1566] (1566-1620) dau. of Thomas Browne, [719S1525] merchant tailor.) » (1) Mary Browne (-<1654 v.p.) (2) Rebecca Browne [207S1625] (c1634-1713) d&h; m (=<1653) Sir Humphrey Winch (bap 1622-1703 spm) 1st Bart (many daus include (i) Judith Winch (c1654-1720) d&ch; m (1672) Sir Humphrey Forster als Forester (c1649-1711 sp) Bart; (ii) Rebecca Winch (bap 1660 at Hawnes) d&ch; m (1681) Sir Thomas Lawley (c1650-1729) Bart (his 1st m.) and (iii) Mary Winch d&ch m (>1669) Sir Francis Bickley (bap 1644-1687) Bt of Attleborough his m2 of 3) Sir Humphrey Winch’s brother Sir Richard Winch (c1635-?c1710) m Dorothy d of Sir Samuel Browne [004G1634 Brownes of Polebrooke, N'hants] Sir Humphrey Winch was the s&h of Onslow Winch, of Everton, Beds by Judith, da. of Roger Burgoyne, of Sutton, Beds and grand-s&h of Sir Humphrey Winch (-1624) JP by Cicely d. of Richard Onslow (-1571), of Knoll, Cranleigh, co. Surrey by Catherine (1599) d&h of Richard Harding. Catherine m2 (1579) Richard Browne [016H1540 a Betchworth Browne] (-1614) his m2

(c) Elizabeth Browne [300S1600] m Beckring als Beckering » Mary and Anna

Stephen Browne had Cousins: (1)Barker (had a son); (2)Skelton (has a son); (3)John Mason; (4)Whittington; (5)Osney

Martin Browne had Cousins (1) Richard Mason of ?Legbourne, Lincs (» Richard living with Martin Browne); (2) Hugh Parker (overseer; He was probably father of br’s d Rachel’s husband ); (3) John Browne [289S1600] (overseer, married); (4) Henry Barker (overseer), has issue by m1 a kinswoman of Martin Browne; (5) Hawr? (married); (6) John Walter (married);(7) Beacham (married); (8) John Gibbon (left son John); (9) Richard Winch

Martin Browne had a niece, the wife of Hugh Parker (that is br Stephen’s d Rachel) and Nephew: Roland Incks/Incker (s of Roland).

From:
Harleian Society Vol CIX & CX (1957 and 1958), Pt 1 Vis of London 1633 p 115
Synopsis of the Extinct Baronetage of England by William Courthope Esq 1835 page 216 (Winch of Hannes)
Complete Baronetage, edited by G.E. Cokayne Vol 01 p 145 FORSTER, or FORESTER
Complete Baronetage, edited by G.E. Cokayne Vol 03 pp 33-34 (Winch)
Complete Baronetage, edited by G.E. Cokayne Vol 02 p 141 (LAWLEY)
Complete Baronetage, edited by G.E. Cokayne Vol 04 p 119-120 (Parker)
Complete Baronetage, edited by G.E. Cokayne Vol 03 p 229-230 (BICKLEY)
PCC Will of Martyn/Martin Browne of St Gregory, London; 24 Apr 1655; PROB 11/249
PCC Will of Stephen Browne of Louth
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Do you descend from Sir John Botetourt and his father, Sir Guy Botetourt? If >so, I'd appreciate it if you would post your line of descent from him down to >your immigrant ancestor or down to about 1650.
Douglas,

Thank you for your posting. Audrey (Barlow) Almy's Botetourt line is as follows:

1. GUY BOTETOURT, Knt., of Little Ellingham, Norfolk, died c.1317, married ADA _____. Their son:
2. JOHN BOTETOURT, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt, died 1324, married MAUD FITZ THOMAS. Their daughter:
3. ADA BOTETOURT (died 1349), married JOHN DE SAINT PHILIBERT, Knt. (c1293-1333), of Eaton Hastings, Berkshire. Their daughter:
4. MAUD DE SAINT PHILIBERT, married WARIN TRUSSELL, Knt. (died ca 1365), of Billesley, Warwickshire. Their daughter:
5. MAUD TRUSSELL, married JOHN HASTANG, of Chebsey, Staffordshire (died ca 1365-7). Their daughter:
6. MAUD HASTANG, daughter and co-heiress, baptized at Chebsey, Staffordshire 2 Feb. 1358/9; married shortly after 20 August 1373 RALPH STAFFORD, Esq. Their son:
7. HUMPHREY STAFFORD, Knt., of Grafton, Worcestershire, etc., born about 1384; married ELIZABETH BURDET, daughter and heiress of John Burdet, Knt., of Huncote (in Narborough), Leicestershire, by Katherine, daughter of John Arderne, Knt. Their son:
8. HUMPHREY STAFFORD, Knt., of Grafton, Worcestershire, , etc., Warwickshire (born 1400; died 7 Jun 1450); married by license dated 2 Jan. 1423/4 ELEANOR AYLESBURY, daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Aylesbury, Knt., of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, by his 2nd wife, Katherine, daughter and heiress of Laurence de Pabenham, Knt. Their son:
9. HUMPHREY STAFFORD, Esq., of Grafton, Worcestershire, (born circa 1426–7; died 8 Jul 1486); married after 1462 KATHERINE FRAY (born circa 1447), 2nd daughter and co-heiress of John Fray, Knt., Chief Baron of the Exchequer, by Agnes, daughter of John Danvers. Their son:
10. HUMPHREY STAFFORD, Knt., of Cotered and Rushden, Hertfordshire, (born 1 May 1478; died 22 Sep 1545); married (1st) after 1490 MARGARET FOGGE, daughter of Sir John Fogge, Knt., of Ashford, Kent, by his second wife, Alice, daughter of William Haute, Esquire. Their son:
11. HUMPHREY STAFFORD, Knt., of Blatherwycke, Northamptonshire (died 1558); married 1526, MARGARET TAME, daughter of Edmund Tame, Knt., of Fairford, Gloucestershire, by his 1st wife, Agnes, daughter of John Greville, Esquire. Their daughter:
12. ELEANOR STAFFORD, married (1st) Anthony Cope, Esq., of Adstone, Northamptonshire. They had no issue. She married (as her second husband) before 1568 THOMAS BARLOW (or Barlowe), of Huncote, Leicestershire. Their son:
13. STAFFORD BARLOW, Gentleman, of Narborough and Lutterworth, Leicestershire (born circa 1578; aged 62 in 1640). The name of his wife is unknown. He was deposed in a 1640 case heard in the Exchequer between John Waybred, clerk, and Sir William Faunt. His daughter:
14. AUDREY BARLOW, born circa 1600–1603 (aged 26 in 1626, aged 32 in 1635); married by license dated 17 Jul 1626 WILLIAM ALMY, Gentleman, of South Kilworth, Leicestershire. They eventually came to reside in the colony of Rhode Island.

I descend from Audrey (Barlow) Almy through her son, Christopher Almy.

Charles Ward
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I share Charles' descent through his gen 8, the 2nd Humphrey Stafford. My line goes through my gr grandmother, a 19th century immigrant. Of probably more interest to many of you, it also runs through the St. Quintins and Lascelles of Yorkshire, who are ancestral to Princess Diana. Sorry for the verbosity of this report, and that it's in reverse order from what is normally presented here. It's the best output I've found from my TMG database:

--- 1st Generation ---

1. Mary Elizabeth Robinson, daughter of William Leonard Robinson and Matilda Caroline Higginson, was born at Thormanby, Easingwold, Yorkshire, England, 11 Mar 1869. She died at Los Angeles, California,, 8 Jul 1955 and was buried at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, Los Angeles Co., California, 11 Jul 1955.

Mary married Edward Warrington Robinson, son of William Stevens Robinson and Harriet Jane Hanson, at Denver, Arapahoe Co., Colorado, 11 Nov 1893.


--- 2nd Generation ---

3. Matilda Caroline Higginson, daughter of Reverend John Higginson and Mary Maria Hester Wynyard, was born at Thormanby, Easingwold, Yorkshire, England, 27 Aug 1841. She died at Denver, Arapahoe Co., Colorado, 1 Apr 1909 and was buried at the Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Arapahoe Co., Colorado, 3 Apr 1909.

Matilda married , as his 2nd wife, William Leonard Robinson, son of William Robinson and Elizabeth Manfield, at Hillingdon, Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, 30 Apr 1864.


--- 3rd Generation ---

7. Mary Maria Hester Wynyard, daughter of Montague John Wynyard and Jane Lascelles, was born at Kensington Palace, London, England, 23 May 1815. She died at Thormanby, Easingwold, Yorkshire, England, 18 Dec 1893 and was buried at the Parish Cemetery, Thormanby, Easingwold, Yorkshire, England, 21 Dec 1893.

Mary Maria Hester Wynyard married Reverend John Higginson, son of John Higginson and Sarah Ann Barrow, at West Rounton, Yorkshire, England, on 31 Dec 1835.


--- 4th Generation ---

15. Jane Lascelles, daughter of General Francis Lascelles and Ann Catley, was born 19 Aug 1776. She died 22 Jul 1863.

Jane married Montague John Wynyard, son of Lt General William Wynyard and Sarah Lilly, at Parish Church of Burghclere, Hampshire, England, 21 Feb 1802.


--- 5th Generation ---

30. General Francis Lascelles, son of Edward Lascelles and Frances Ball, was born at Bridgetown, Barbados, 1 Nov 1744. He died at Little Ealing, Middlesex, England, 2 Sep 1799, at age 54 and was buried in the church of St. Mary Magdalene, Richmond, Surrey, England, 13 Sep 1799.

Francis probably secretly married (if they formally married at all) Ann Catley, daughter of Robert Catley, circa 1766.


--- 6th Generation ---

60. Edward Lascelles died 31 Oct 1747 and was buried at St. Michael's Parish, Barbados.

Edward married Frances Ball, daughter of Guy Ball and Catherine Duboys, at Christ Church Parish, Barbados, 1 Jan 1731/32.


--- 7th Generation ---

120. Daniel Lascelles, son of Colonel Francis Lascelles and Frances St. Quintin, was born at Yorkshire, England, 6 Nov 1655. He died 5 Sep 1734 and was buried at North Allerton, Yorkshire, England.

Daniel married (1) Margaret Metcalf, daughter of William Metcalf and Anna Marwood, at Northallerton, Yorkshire, England, 22 Aug 1672 he married (2) , as her 2nd husband, Mary Lascelles, daughter of Edward Lascelles and Mary (--?--), at Church of St. Christopher-le-Stocks, London, England,, 23 Apr 1702.


--- 8th Generation ---

241. Frances St. Quintin, daughter of Sir William St. Quintin, Knt., Bnt. and Mary Lacy, died before 20 Sep 1658 when she was buried at Kirby Sigston, Yorkshire, England.

Frances married Colonel Francis Lascelles, son of William Lascelles and Elizabeth Wadeson, circa 1626.


--- 9th Generation ---

482. Sir William St. Quintin, Knt., Bnt, son of Sir George St. Quintin, Knt. and Agnes Creyke, was born circa 1579. He died before 8 Oct 1649 when he was buried at Harpham, Yorkshire, England.

William married Mary Lacy, daughter of Robert Lacy and Katherine Thirkeld, circa 1605.


--- 10th Generation ---

964. Sir George St. Quintin, Knt, son of Gabriel St. Quintin and Dorothy Griffith, died at Folkton, Yorkshire, England, 4 Dec 1612.

George married Agnes Creyke, daughter of William Creyke and Frances Babthorpe.


--- 11th Generation ---

1928. Gabriel St. Quintin, son of William St. Quintin and Dorothy Hastings, was born circa Jan 1532, as he was 18 years, 8 months at his father's Inquisition Post Mortem (30 Sep 1550). He died before 24 Apr 1577, when letters of administration were granted to his wife Dorothy.

Gabriel married Dorothy Griffith, daughter of Sir George Griffith, Knt. and Elizabeth Sherrington, 1558.


--- 12th Generation ---

3856. William St. Quintin, son of John St. Quintin and Margaret Constable, was born circa Feb 1515, as he was 1½ at his father's Inquisition post mortem (14 August 1516). He died 25 Jun 1550.

William married Dorothy Hastings, daughter of Sir Brian Hastings, Knt. and Agnes Portington.


--- 13th Generation ---

7713. Margaret Constable, daughter of Robert Constable and Joan Ingleby, married (1) John St. Quintin, son of John St. Quintin and Ellinor Thwaites she married (2) Sir Edward Gower, Knt. , whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here).


--- 14th Generation ---

15426. Robert Constable, son of Sir Marmaduke Constable, Knt. and Joyce Stafford, was executed in 1537.

Robert married Joan Ingleby, daughter of Sir William Ingleby, Knt. and Katherine Stillington.


--- 15th Generation ---

30853. Joyce Stafford, daughter of Sir Humphrey Stafford, Knt. and Eleanor Aylesbury, married , as his 2nd wife, Sir Marmaduke Constable, Knt., son of Sir Robert Constable, Knt. and Agnes Wentworth.


--- 16th Generation ---

61706. Sir Humphrey Stafford, Knt, son of Sir Humphrey Stafford, Knt. and Elizabeth Burdet, was born in 1400. He died 7 Jun 1450.

Humphrey married Eleanor Aylesbury, daughter of Sir Thomas Aylesbury, Knt. and Katherine Pabenham,, after 2 Jan 1423/24 , the date of the license.


--- 17th Generation ---

123412. Sir Humphrey Stafford, Knt, son of Ralph Stafford and Maud Hastang, was born circa 1384. He died 20 Feb 1419.

Humphrey married Elizabeth Burdet before 1400.


--- 18th Generation ---

246825. Maud Hastang died before 1 Mar 1410.

Maud married Ralph Stafford , whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), after 20 Aug 1373.


--- 19th Generation ---

493651. Maud Trussell, daughter of Sir Warin Trussell, Knt. and Maud de St. Philibert, died 20 Jul 1369.

Maud married John Hastang, son of Sir John Hastang, Knt. and Blanche (--?--), before 2 Feb 1358/59.


--- 20th Generation ---

987303. Maud de St. Philibert, daughter of John de St. Philibert and Ada Botetourt, died before 1419 and was buried at Church of the Minoresses, London, England.

Maud married Sir Warin Trussell, Knt., son of Sir William Trussell, Knt. and Maud de Mainwaring, before 1341.


--- 21st Generation ---

1974607. Ada Botetourt, daughter of Sir John Botetourt, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt and Maud Fitz Thomas, died before 31 May 1349.

Ada married (1) John de St. Philibert, son of Hugh de St. Philibert and Alice de Blakenham,, before 1322 she married (2) Richard Fitz Simon , whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), before Jan 1344/45.


--- 22nd Generation ---

3949214. Sir John Botetourt, Knt., 1st Lord Botetourt, son of Sir Guy Botetourt, Knt. and Ada de Tibetot, died 25 Nov 1324.

John married Maud Fitz Thomas, daughter of Thomas Fitz Otes and Beatrice de Beauchamp, before 1290.


--- 23rd Generation ---

7898428. Sir Guy Botetourt, Knt , whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), died circa 1317.

Guy married Ada de Tibetot, daughter of Henry de Tibetot and Alda (--?--).
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