Dear Bradley ~
The Pigot chart published in Lipscomb, History and Antiquities of County Buckingham, 1 (1847): 409 indicates that Peter Pigot, of Willaston, Shropshire, living 1282, married "Joane, dau. of Sir Fulke Fitz-Warine, Knt., of Abberbury."
Sir Fulk Fitz Warin (also known as Fulk Glas and Fulk de Layham), of Alberbury, Shropshire, occurs in 1264-1292, was a younger full brother of Fulk Fitz Warin (died 1264), of Whittington, Shropshire, who married Constance de Tony.
For further particulars regarding Sir Fulk Fitz Warin, of Alberbury, Shropshire, see Eyton, Antiquities of Shropshire 7 (1858): 79-86, available at the following weblink:
Eyton indicates that Fulk Fitz Warin, of Alberbury, was summoned in 1292 to answer his nephew, Fulk Fitz Warin, of Whittington, Shropshire, who sought to make him keep to a convention concerning the manor of Alberbury, Shropshire, formerly made between the plaintiff's father and the defendant.
I also find that in 1290 John le Romeyn, Archbishop of York, mandated that his official make inquiry about a precious stone called "asininius" bequeathed by lady Agnes Bacun, of Edlington, Yorkshire, deceased, to her brother, Sir Fulk Fitz Warin, of Alberbury, Shropshire [Reference: Romeyn, Reg. of John le Romeyn Lord Archbishop of York 1286-1296, 1 (Surtees Soc. 123) (1913): 99-100].
Lady Agnes Bacun and her brother, Sir Fulk Fitz Warin, of Alberbury, were younger children of Fulk Fitz Warin, Knt., of Whittington and Alberbury, Shropshire, Alveston, Gloucestershire, etc., by his 1st wife, Maud le Vavasour.
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
Post by Jan Wolfe
Post by Bradley Johnson
Hello to all of the Members in the Medieval Google Groups. I am searching for some information and sources for the Ancestors Of Reverend Francis Doughty. I have seen a post England To New England in this group. Here is what it explains below;
1639, Bristol to Dorchester, Massachusetts, removed to New York, and then to Virginia.
1. Is Reverend Francis Doughty have any royalty ancestors?
2. How far back does Reverend Francis Doughty ancestry goes?
Thank you and Sincerely,
Arthur L. Barker proposes a line that would take Francis Doughty's mother, Margaret Barker, back to a Randulph de Claverhall who he proposes was born before 1179 in Shropshire.
Arthur L. Barker, The Barkers of Aston (Plymouth, England: The Mayflower Press, 1932, FHL film 1405167, https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/219758
The proposed descent is
01 Randulph de Calverhall
02 William de Calverhall
03 William de Calverhall=Wenkiana
04 William de Calverhall=Alina
05 Randulph de Calverhall=Margaret dau. of Peter Pigot of Willaston, Shropshire
06 William Barker
07 Roger Barker=Alice
08 William Barker=Margaret Goulston
09 Unknown Barker (brother of John Barker)
10 Thomas Barker
11 John Barker=Joyce Burton
12 William Barker=Joanne Horne
13 William Barker=Mary Titteley
14 Thomas Barker=Ann Lloyd
15 Margaret Barker=Francis Doughty
16 Francis Doughty (the immigrant)
The 1623 visitation of Shropshire jumps from A. L. Barker's generation 5 (12 Edw. 2) to his generation 8 and shows A. L. Barker's generation 12 as contemporary with his generation 9. Generations 12-15 are as shown in the Shropshire visitation.