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39801 US Navy Seals, Ryan Brown "Brownie" (I43716)
 
39802 US Navy Sea Bees... Byas, Charles Hilborn (I39610)
 
39803 US Navy, Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class, Served in the Navy 1954-1967, Rank: Petty Officer 1st Class Byars, Jerry Dan (I39300)
 
39804 US World War I Draft Registration 1917-1918 DeCeuninck, Gustaaf Charles (I31444)
 
39805 usgenweb/tn/white/cemeteries/pollard.txt Source (S16609)
 
39806 usidentify.com
Shannon Conway interview | 21 Mar 2011 | 580.492.6540 
Source (S37824)
 
39807 usidentify.com Source (S1074)
 
39808 usidentify.com, retrieved March 1, 2016 Source (S7763)
 
39809 USMC Graham, Chester Ray (I38118)
 
39810 USMC Henry, George Felix (I39771)
 
39811 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Still, Jerry Wayne (I40096)
 
39812 USMC Lanning, Brian Norbert (I42714)
 
39813 USMC... Etier, J. D. (I37887)
 
39814 Utah, Salt Lake County Death Records, 1908-1949 for Barney Bramhall Source (S44412)
 
39815 VA Hospital in Clontz, Albert Lanier (I11235)
 
39816 VA Hospital, Hennessee, Edgar Franklin "Ed" (I305)
 
39817 VA Hospital, Scott, Arcie (I1441)
 
39818 VA Hospital, Finger, Howard Wilson (I1449)
 
39819 VA Hospital, Clontz, Charles McGee (I10632)
 
39820 VA Hospital, Capshaw, Albert L. (I19744)
 
39821 VA Hospital, Higginbotham, Drury Akeman (I19796)
 
39822 VA Hospital, Simons, Abe (I19882)
 
39823 VA Hospital... Lock, William Francis (I27851)
 
39824 VA Patents 34, p. 367
Library of Virginia Digital Collection:
Land Office Patents and Grants
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Archd. & Jno: Clendening
340 Acres
Form Page [illegible]st
Examd.
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George the Second &c: To all &c: Know ye that for the Considerations mentioned in an order of our Trusty and Wellbeloved William Gooch Esquire late our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our Colony and Dominion of Virginia in our Council of the said Colony Granted to John Robinson Esquire, James Wood Henry Robinson and John Lewis the xxix Day of October one thousand seven Hundred & forty three, We have Given Granted and confirmed and by these Presents for us our heirs and Successors Do Give Grant and confirm unto Archibald Clendening & John Clendening one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing three hundred and forty Acres lying and being in the County of Augusta and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at two pines on the East sides [sic] of the Cow Pasture River corner to the Land in possession of William Docharty thence up crossing the River one hundred and seventy five Poles to a black Oak and Poplar opposite to the House of William Docharty then[ce] West one hundred and eight Poles to three Black Oaks on the side of a Hill North seventy Degrees West sixty four Poles to two Pines on a hill, Thence South seventy Degrees West sixty four Poles cross the River to a Lynn on the Bank Thence South five Degrees East one hundred & eighty two Poles to three white Oaks, [T]hence South fifty five Degrees East sixty four Poles to a Black & White Oaks, thence North eighty Degrees east one hundred and fifty six Poles to a Sugar & Mulberry Trees on the River Side thence up the same South twenty Degrees East twenty Poles to a Hiccory at the Mountain Foot Thence up the River and Mountain Foot to the Beginning: With all &c: To have hold &c: To be held &c: Yielding & Paying &c: Provided &c: In Witness &c: Witness our Trusty and Welbeloved Francis Fauquier Esquire our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our said Colony & Dominion at Williamsburgh under the Seal of our said Colony the tenth Day of August one Thousand seven hundred and fifty nine In the thirty Third Year of our Reign ~
Fran: Fauquier
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Surnames: CLENDENING, ROBINSON, WOOD, LEWIS, DOCHARTY.
NOTE: Transcriber's comments are in brackets [ ].
NOTE: Image format copyrighted by the Library of Virginia.
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/dlp/index.htm 
Clendenon, John (I25280)
 
39825 Valentine was the son of James and Sarah Martin Cunningham. His siblings were William, Daniel, Murrell, Rhoda and Joseph.

Valentine was first married to Mary LaPrade in Feb 13 1779 in Chesterfield Co VA. He later married the widow Frances Lahon, also spelled Lawhon and Lawton.

Children with Mary LaPrade were: Elizabeth, Jesse, Nancy, Rhoda, John, Martha, Polly, Charles, William and Alexander.

Children with Frances Lahon were: Henry Martin, Cynthia Ann and Lucinda Cunningham. His second wife brought children from her first marriage. They were Hugh, John, William and David.

Mr Cunningham enlisted in the military in Virginia on Feb 19, 1778. He served 12 mos under Capt William Cunningham (relationship unknown) and under Col Richard Parker's VA Regiment and was in the Battle of Monmouth and several skirmishes.

He applied for a war pension on Sept 12 1820 and received it. 
Cunningham, Valentine (I42161)
 
39826 Valerie Giles submitted her comments, corrections or additions to this event, person (or family) October 3rd, 2016, vgiles66@gmail.com Source (S9790)
 
39827 Van Buren Marriage Book, p. 19:
"B. P. Marshell to Mary Swindle, Dec. 7, 1882." Anybody know? 
Swindle, Mary J. (I3742)
 
39828 Vanderbilt Hospital Smith, William Butler "Butler" (I2671)
 
39829 Vanderbilt Hospital McGee, Silas Roy (I23798)
 
39830 Ve Glenn LANE (75-104-52-32.cust.wildblue.net)
Date: Tuesday, 10 March 2009, at 2:46 p.m. 
Source (S53519)
 
39831 Ve Lane, Family Group Records, 8 Sep 1998, laneglenn@zianet.com Source (S6321)
 
39832 Ve Lane, Family Group Records, 8 Sep 1998, laneglenn@zianet.com Source (S18162)
 
39833 Velda's grandfather told her the original spelling of the name was Byars. Her notes and Sources:

1830 Claiborne Pr. census lists Robert Byas.
1840 census the three boys are listed together; Thadeus W. Byas; A.H. Byas; A.L. Byas:
1850 Bienville Pr LA Census: Robert Byas #110; Asa Byas #111; Abram Byas #125.

Copies of Bible Records of Abram L. Byas (Title page not included). The Logan family came from Edgefield Dist. SC in a colony of forty. This was known as the South Carolina Colony in the History of Bienville, Parish, LA. The first wife of Abram Landres Byas as Permelia Logan is documented when William Logan's land was sold after his death. The Bible records and land records support much of the information on her work sheet.

cbh 
Byas, Asa Harold (I7692)
 
39834 Velma Bales Starkey's obituary, "Southern Standard", February 3, 1993. Source (S16670)
 
39835 Velta Sellars, obituary, "Southern Standard", February 10, 1993,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S25514)
 
39836 Venita Marie Byars was born Mar. 29, 1913 in Colby, KS. She is the daughter of John Andrew Byars and Ethel Leona Parks. She married Francis Earl Gray on Jul 30, 1932 in Oakland, CA. Earl was born Dec. 10, 1910 in Sander, CA. He is the son of Francis Marion Gray and Ellen Sofia Sandell.

Venita and Earl moved to Martinez, CA where Earl was a carpenter. Earl became a well known for the homes he built. In the late 1970's Earl and Venita moved to Pioneer, Amador Co., CA where they had bought some land and Earl built a home for them to live.

July 10, 1993 Earl had a stroke and died in Jackson Hospital, Jackson, CA. He is buried in Pioneer Cemetery. Venita remained in Pioneer until her death 26 Nov 1999. She is buried with her husband Earl. 
Byars, Venita Marie (I34783)
 
39837 Venus C. Cope, obituary, "Southern Standard", abstracted by Margie Tucker. Source (S15130)
 
39838 Vera Love, obituary, "Southern Standard", June 25, 1980,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S21305)
 
39839 Vera Winters Cone | 7 Jun 2014 | Telephone Interview | wyattcone@gmail.com Source (S1146)
 
39840 Vernell Harding,personal knowledge,364 Fred Cooper Road,McMinnville,TN 37110 Source (S30366)
 
39841 Verney is the name of an English family that traces back around eight centuries. It first settled at Fleetmarston in Buckinghamshire, then at Pendley in Hertfordshire, and finally at Middle Claydon which the family purchased in the 1460s in Buckinghamshire and where descendants still live in Claydon House.

Early History

The Verney's family's pedigree goes back to Ralph de Verney (fl. 1216–1223), but the fortunes of the family were made by Sir Ralph Verney (c. 1410-1478). After settling in Buckinghamshire in the 13th century, the family had purchased Middle Claydon by the 1460s and it was during this period that Sir Ralph Verney became Lord Mayor of London in 1465 and M.P. for the city in 1472.[1] Sir Ralph Verney's eldest son, Sir John Verney, married Margaret, heiress of Sir Robert Whittingham of Pendley. In 1525, Sir Ralph Verney's fourth son, of the same name, married Elizabeth, one of the six co-heiresses of John, Lord Braye.

Involvement in the English Civil War

Sir Edmund Verney of Pendley (died 1600) left two sons, half-brothers, Sir Francis Verney (1584–1615), who became a soldier of fortune and a buccaneer, converted to Islam and died at Messina in hospital in extreme poverty, and Sir Edmund Verney (1590–1642) of Middle Claydon. Sir Edmund accompanied Prince Charles and Buckingham on the abortive mission to Madrid in 1623, and was knight-marshal to King Charles I. When the English Civil War broke out the royal standard was entrusted to him at Nottingham, and while defending it he was slain at Edgehill in 1642. His eldest son, Sir Ralph Verney (1613–1696), 1st baronet, sat for Aylesbury in both the Short and the Long Parliaments. He took the side of the parliament at the outset of the Civil War, but went abroad in 1643 rather than sign the Covenant, and his estates were sequestrated in 1646. He returned to England in 1653, and, though he refused to act against Oliver Cromwell, was subsequently reconciled to the Restoration government. His brother, Sir Edmund (1616-–1649), had taken the king's side, and commanded the troops of the Royalist infantry at the Siege of Drogheda and was slain during the final assault.

18th century

Sir Ralph Verney's estates and honours descended to his son, Sir John (c. 1640-1717), who was created Viscount Fermanagh in the Irish peerage in 1703 and was father of Sir Ralph Verney, created Earl Verney in 1743. Earl Verney's sister, Lady Margaret Verney, by her marriage with Sir Sir Thomas Cave, 3rd Baronet, linked the Verney family a second time with the barony of Braye, and the present (as of 1911) Lord Braye's surname is Verney-Cave. Earl Verney's eldest son, John Verney, Viscount Fermanagh, predeceased him in 1737, leaving a posthumous daughter, Lady Mary Verney (1737-–1810), who was created Baroness Fermanagh in 1792. His second son, Ralph, 2nd Earl Verney (c. 1712-–1791), was a friend of Edmund Burke, who entered parliament as Verney's nominee for Wendover. Earl Verney was an ardent supporter of the Whig interest, but received no reward from the party leaders. He rebuilt Claydon House with great splendour from the plans of John Adam, but, with his financial ventures, this brought him to bankruptcy. He died with no children of his own.

19th century

Verney Papers: Notes of Proceedings in the Long Parliament by Sir Ralph Verney, printed by the Camden Society.
The present Verney family, of Claydon Hall, Buckinghamshire, is descended in the male line from Felix Calvert (1596-–1674) of Little Hadham, Hertfordshire. The Right Hon. Sir Harry Verney, 2nd baronet (1801–-1894), was the son of General Sir Harry Calvert, G.C.B., created a baronet in 1818. He assumed the name of Verney in compliance with the will of Mary Verney, 1st Baroness Fermanagh, mentioned above. This lady died unmarried, leaving the paternal estates and the Verney portraits to her half-sister, Catherine Calvert (Mrs Wright), known thenceforward as Mrs Verney, on whose death in 1827 they came into the possession of her cousin, Sir Harry Calvert (Verney). Sir Harry Verney entered the British House of Commons for Buckingham in 1832, and remained a member of the House with two short intervals for fifty-two years. He married in 1835 Eliza, daughter of Admiral Sir George Johnstone Hope, K.C.B., M.P., and secondly Frances Parthenope Nightingale, sister of Florence Nightingale. Frances, Lady Verney, collected from the mass of papers preserved at Claydon House the Memoirs of the Verney Family during the Seventeenth Century, which contain a charming picture of the life and manners of the country gentlemen of that day. A second edition, abridged and corrected by Margaret Verney, appeared in 2 vols. in 1904. See also the Verney Papers edited for the Camden Society in 1853-–1854. An all-girls grammar school was named after her in the 1960s, the Lady Verney High School in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

The Verneys who hold the barony of Willoughby de Broke descend from Richard Verney (1683–1711), who was granted the title 11th Baron Willoughby de Broke by the House of Lords in 1696. These Verneys had inherited the Verney estates at Compton Verney in Warwickshire through the marriage of Sir Richard Verney (died 1630) to Margaret Greville (died 1631), sister and heiress of Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke. The male line was interrupted in 1853 when Robert John Barnard (1809–1862), nephew of the 16th baron, inherited the title. Robert took the title 17th Baron Willoughby de Broke, adopted the surname Verney and was the grandfather of Richard Greville Verney who sat in the House of Commons from 1895 to 1900 for SE Warwickshire and succeeded to the title in 1902. The family had left Compton Verney House by 1887 and it was finally sold in 1921. 
Verney, Sir Ralph Knight, Lord Mayor of England (I46645)
 
39842 Vernia Byars, obituary, "The Southern Standard", April 3, 1985, abstracted
by Woodrow Barnes 
Source (S827)
 
39843 Vernice Paul Holt Obit son of Wavie Birth: Apr. 14, 1936 Death: Sep. 20, 2009 Warren County Tennessee, USA

HOLT, Vernice Paul - Rock Island, TN resident and Warren County native Vernice Paul Holt, age 73, was born April 14, 1936 and died September 20, 2009 at his residence following an extended illness. A retired employee of McMinnville Manufacturing Company and member of the Baptist Church, he was the son of the late Jack Robert and Wavie Ann Harper Holt. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Jessie and Sam Holt and sister, Emmie Gatchel. He is survived by his companion, Louise Harper of Rock Island, TN; sister and brother-in-law, Janie and Nathan Zingale of the Centertown Community; brother and sister-in-law, Billy and Phyllis Holt of McMinnville; two sons and daughter-in-law, Mark and Amy Holt and Douglas Holt both of McMinnville; step-son, Greg Harper of Rock Island, TN; three step-daughters and their spouses, Roxanne and Tracy Pack of Morrison, TN, Mary and Ricky Willis and Debra and John Russell both of McMinnville; grandchildren, Justin, Kaitlan and Lindsey and step-grandchildren, Angel, Daniel, Melissa, Aaron, Skylar, Johnathon and Rickey, Jr..

Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 23, 2009 in High's Chapel with Damon Woodlee officiating. Burial will follow in the Mt. Zion Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Tuesday and 9:00 a.m. until time of service Wednesday at High's. 
Holt, Vernice Paul "Paul" (I11066)
 
39844 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. George, Briena Renee (I764)
 
39845 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Whedbee, Jaqueline L. "Jackie" (I26240)
 
39846 Veteran of the War of 1812 and was with General Andrew Jackson at the "The Battle of New Orleans"...Laney Roberts

*For more information on this family, contact, Mac Cunningham at who writes, Saturday, December 03, 2011 4:35:23 PM;

John Cunningham II (1792-1858) was known during the early 19th Century in White and Warren Counties, TN as a Christian, Husband, Father, Pioneer, Patriot, Farmer, Tanner, Carpenter, Blacksmith, Distiller, Democrat and Grandfather.

There are a number of newspaper accounts, family trees, etc. which speculate that John Cunningham II (Captain in War of 1812) of Rock Island, Warren, TN is a son of another John Cunningham (Rev. War Soldier) of Viola, Warren, TN. Yet, the two communities, Rock Island and Viola, are at opposite ends of Warren county. Regretfully, the speculations appear incorrect due to the lack of "original source" documents and "first person" accounts.

The two John Cunninghams, in their individual migration to opposite ends of Warren County, TN, apparently used two different routes, separated by over a decade of time. (John II of Rock Island migrated from VA about 1804-1810 yet John of Viola moved with his second wife and family from NC about 1822). Some people believe that John II of Rock Island is perhaps one of the sons of John of Viola first marriage in Virginia. However, John of Viola's Last Will and Testament lists all his children by name (in Virginia and Tennessee- including one deceased) from both marriages and John Cunningham II of Rock Island is not listed.

As of October 2009, there are no known original source genealogy documentation (e.g. wills, land transfers, Family Bible, court records, etc.) nor genetic DNA test results which connect John Cunningham of Rock Island (Haplogroup I2b1) with John Cunningham of Viola.

In summary, the "overwhelming preponderance of evidence" indicates there is no direct family connection between the two John Cunninghams. However, the on-going search for the parents of John Cunningham II of Rock Island, Warren, TN continues with renewed energy and determination.

There are four historical-based "leads" requiring additional research:

(1) 1812 Tax List for Warren County
(2) The Blanche Bently papers as recorded in McMinnville at a Milestone, by Walter Womack, lists a JOHN CUNNINGHAM at Rock Island as an early settler ca 1797 in Rock Island, Warren County, TN.
(3) Goodspeeds History of Tennessee - Warren County, Highlights a {First name unknown}, CUNNINGHAM from VA who served in the Rev. War, father of John Cunningham II of Rock Island, Warren, TN (Captain in the War of 1812).
(4) http://www.tngnetweb.org/white/_minutes/1814-211.html page 211 includes an example of early court records in White County, TN listing JOHN CUNNINGHAM and others by name involved in land proceedings.

Cunningham, John Sr. (I2923)
 
39847 veteran of WW II, Korea and Viet Nam... Melton, Robert Taylor Jr. (I25935)
 
39848 Veteran's Home Hennessee, Jesse Harris (I240)
 
39849 VI. SIR JOHN SAVILE, Knt., of Thornhill, Elland, etc.; High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1455 and 1461; M.P. Yorkshire 1450, 1467. Mr. Hunter says "he was chief steward of the manor of Wakefield, connected with which office was the custody of the castle of Sandal. The castle thus became his occa­sional residence, where he died on the morrow of the feast of St. Basil, 1482. He was carried through Wakefield and sumptuously buried at Thornhill."

1 Dodsworth says there was the fol­lowing inscription: "Orate pro anima Thome Sayvill, militis, qui hanc capellam fieri fecit ..... anno Domini 1447."

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Will. - Nov. 23, 1481. Johannes Savile, miles. Corpus meum loco sepulturµ patris in eccl. St. Mich. de Thornhill. Margaretµ Savile, filiµ meµ, xlli. Lego ad distribuendum inter servientes meos secundum eorum merita et servitia, xli. Johanni Savile pro le heirelomes, j lectum pendentem cum pertin., j librum vocatum Missale, cum calice et vestimento, cum pannis ornamentis altari pertinentibus, j craterem argenti stantem et coopertum, j craterem stantem et deauratum cum quibusdam signis argenti, j mappam cum tuello, j salsarium argenti et coopertum, j par de awndeirenes, cum tabulis et formis, tristellis, et cathedris, ij ollas µnneas, j stantem in le fournes, aliam sine fournes, j patellam, j pelvim cum lavacro de masselyn, ij veruta ferrea, vj cocliaria argenti, ij plumba, et iij le worteledes, j maskefat, j gilefat, j stepefat cum cµteris vasis ligneis pandoxatorio pertinentibus, j cilicium j plaustrum j aratrum cum cultura et vomere, ij herpicas. Item Willelmo Savile, filio meo, xx marcas. Thomµ Savile, filio meo, xx marcas. Henrico Savile, filio meo, xls. Ricardo Savile, filio meo, xls. Nicholao Savile, filio meo, xls.

(As to estates, in English.) Wife Alice, if she survives me, to have for her life the manor called Bothamhall and all those lands, etc., in Risshworth and Goulkery which Thos. Savile, knt., my father, by his deed gave to me and Alice my wife at our marriage. Wife to have also for life the capital mes­suage of Coldeby with the lands thereto belonging in the Isle of Axholme, and lands in Estrington and in Thurleston in the parish of Penyston, which the said Thos. Savile, knt., by his deed gave to us after our marriage. Wife to have also for life the manor of Thornhill and lands in Ovenden, Waddesworth and Skircoittes, which Wm. Gascoigne, knt., and others granted to me and Alice my wife by deed dated 1 July, 28 Hen. VI. My feoffees to grant by deed, with power of distress on non-payment, to my son Henry an annual rent of ą4 out of the manor of Hundesworth for his life. And like annuities to my sons Richard and Nicholas. And to my son, William Savile, a moiety of the manor of Hundesworth in tail male, with remainder to his brother Thomas. And to my son, Thomas Savile, the other moiety of the said manor in tail male, with remainder to his brother Wm. And after the death of the said Henry, Nicholas, and Richard, the said William and Thomas Savile to have the said manor free from the said annuities. After wife's death my feoffees to convey all my lands, etc., to my right heirs according to my deed. Residue of my goods to wife Alice and son William, extrix. and exor. Witnesses, John Cooke, vicar of Sandall, John Porter, rector of High Holand, and Robt. Chaloner, literate.

Proved June 21, 1482, by widow, power reserved for son William, the other exor. (Reg.Test., v, 66; Halifax Wills, i, p. 21).

Mar. Alice, daughter of Sir William Gascoigne, Knt., of Gawthorp, extrix. of her husband's will. On July 3, William, Bishop of Dromore, was commissioned to veil Alice, widow of Sir John Savile (Reg. Rotherham, 23b). On Jan. 14, 1493-4, Sir John Waterton, Knt., administered 
Savile, Sir John (VI) Knight (I46176)
 
39850 Victor over the English in the Battle of 1066 Conqueror, William the King of England, Duke of Normandy (I37353)
 
39851 Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From 1 May 1876, she adopted the additional title of Empress of India.

Victoria was the daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, the fourth son of King George III. Both the Duke of Kent and King George III died in 1820, and Victoria was raised under close supervision by her German-born mother Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. She inherited the throne aged 18, after her father's three elder brothers had all died, leaving no surviving legitimate children. The United Kingdom was already an established constitutional monarchy, in which the sovereign held relatively little direct political power. Privately, Victoria attempted to influence government policy and ministerial appointments; publicly, she became a national icon who was identified with strict standards of personal morality.

Victoria married her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, in 1840. Their nine children married into royal and noble families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the sobriquet "the grandmother of Europe". After Albert's death in 1861, Victoria plunged into deep mourning and avoided public appearances. As a result of her seclusion, republicanism temporarily gained strength, but in the latter half of her reign her popularity recovered. Her Golden and Diamond Jubilees were times of public celebration.

Her reign of 63 years and seven months is known as the Victorian era. It was a period of industrial, cultural, political, scientific, and military change within the United Kingdom, and was marked by a great expansion of the British Empire. She was the last British monarch of the House of Hanover. Her son and successor, Edward VII, belonged to the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the line of his father.

Click this link to view the many photographs of Victoria and her family... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Victoria 
Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom (I47272)
 
39852 Victoria Lee Bradley Wirz, 58, of Meridian passed away on Friday, May 12, at her residence. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, May 15, 2006, at Meridian First Baptist Church, with Rev. Richard Creech officiating. A private family burial will be held in Clifton Memorial Park. There will be no visitation.

Victoria, best known to her family and friends as Vicki, was born in Gorman, Texas, to Hazle Lee Hennessee Bradley and the late George Victor Bradley. She grew up in Meridian where she finished high school. She attended Baylor University for one year and later worked in Houston as a graphic designer for a computer company for many years. Mrs. Wirz moved back to Meridian in 2000. She was a member of the Meridian First Baptist Church.

Survivors include her daughter, Lee Wirz and fiancâe, Sebastian Martinez, both of Houston; sons, Brad Wirz, of San Marcos and Clint Wirz and wife, Jill, of Amarillo; grandchildren, Emilia Harris, Bennett Wirz, and Matthew Wirz; mother, Hazle Bradley, of Meridian; sister, Joann Abercrombie and husband, E.F., of Clifton; brother, Jerry Bradley and wife, Margie, of Meridian; and a number of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. 
Bradley, Victoria Lee "Vicky" (I9365)
 
39853 Vieth,Sherry;Family Group Records,2048 Riviera Lane South,Navarre,FL 32566,
Tel:904/939-1089. Letter dated 15 Oct 1996.
email dated 10 Jul 2007 
Source (S43401)
 
39854 Vieth,Sherry;Family Group Records,2048 Riviera Lane South,Navarre,FL 32566,
Tel:904/939-1089. Letter dated 15 Oct 1996. 
Source (S33675)
 
39855 View a gallery of pictures, history & source for Temple Church ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple_Church de Ros, Sir Robert Knight (I46148)
 
39856 View a history and photographs of Workington Hall ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workington_Hall 
Curwen, Margaret (I35552)
 
39857 View a history and photographs of Workington Hall ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workington_Hall 
Curwen, Sir Henry (I35553)
 
39858 View a history and photographs of Workington Hall aka Curwen Hall ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workington_Hall 
Curwen, Sir Henry (I35553)
 
39859 View a panorama of The Basilica of St. Denis where King Philip is interred ... http://bit.ly/1gLnKkC of France, Philip IV, King of France (I37376)
 
39860 View Edmund's pedigree ... http://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Cobbe-Family-Tree-5 Cobbe, Edmund (I33813)
 
39861 View Edward's ancestry to Henry III, King of England ( 1206-1272) ... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/getperson.php?personID=I3404&tree=00


Henry III (of England) (1207-72), king of England (1216-72), Duke of Aquitaine, son and successor of King John (Lackland), and a member of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet. Henry ascended the throne at the age of nine, on the death of his father. During his minority the kingdom was ruled by William Marshal, earl of Pembroke, as regent, but after his death in 1219 the justiciar Hubert de Burgh was the chief power in the government. During the regency the French, who occupied much of eastern England, were expelled, and rebellious barons were subdued.
Henry was declared of age in 1227. In 1232 he dismissed Hubert de Burgh from his court and commenced ruling without the aid of ministers. Henry displeased the barons by filling government and church offices with foreign favorites, many of them relatives of his wife, Eleanor of Provence, whom he married in 1236, and by squandering money on Continental wars, especially in France. In order to secure the throne of Sicily for one of his sons, Henry agreed to pay the pope a large sum. When the king requested money from the barons to pay his debt, they refused and in 1258 forced him to agree to the Provisions of Oxford, whereby he agreed to share his power with a council of barons. Henry soon repudiated his oath, however, with papal approval. After a brief period of war, the matter was referred to the arbitration of Louis IX, king of France, who decided in Henry's favor in a judgment called the Mise of Amiens (1264). Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, accordingly led the barons into war, defeated Henry at Lewes, and took him prisoner. In 1265, however, Henry's son and heir, Edward, later King Edward I, led the royal troops to victory over the barons at Evesham, about 40.2 km (about 25 mi) south of Birmingham. Simon de Montfort was killed in the battle, and the barons agreed to a compromise with Edward and his party in 1267. From that time on Edward ruled England, and when Henry died, he succeeded him as king.
 
Langley, Edward (I32383)
 
39862 View her ancestry to Henry III, King of England (1206-1272) ... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I16507&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12

Henry III (of England) (1207-72), king of England (1216-72), Duke of Aquitaine, son and successor of King John (Lackland), and a member of the house of Anjou, or Plantagenet. Henry ascended the throne at the age of nine, on the death of his father. During his minority the kingdom was ruled by William Marshal, earl of Pembroke, as regent, but after his death in 1219 the justiciar Hubert de Burgh was the chief power in the government. During the regency the French, who occupied much of eastern England, were expelled, and rebellious barons were subdued.
Henry was declared of age in 1227. In 1232 he dismissed Hubert de Burgh from his court and commenced ruling without the aid of ministers. Henry displeased the barons by filling government and church offices with foreign favorites, many of them relatives of his wife, Eleanor of Provence, whom he married in 1236, and by squandering money on Continental wars, especially in France. In order to secure the throne of Sicily for one of his sons, Henry agreed to pay the pope a large sum. When the king requested money from the barons to pay his debt, they refused and in 1258 forced him to agree to the Provisions of Oxford, whereby he agreed to share his power with a council of barons. Henry soon repudiated his oath, however, with papal approval. After a brief period of war, the matter was referred to the arbitration of Louis IX, king of France, who decided in Henry's favor in a judgment called the Mise of Amiens (1264). Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, accordingly led the barons into war, defeated Henry at Lewes, and took him prisoner. In 1265, however, Henry's son and heir, Edward, later King Edward I, led the royal troops to victory over the barons at Evesham, about 40.2 km (about 25 mi) south of Birmingham. Simon de Montfort was killed in the battle, and the barons agreed to a compromise with Edward and his party in 1267. From that time on Edward ruled England, and when Henry died, he succeeded him as king.

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Roberts, Mary (I15568)
 
39863 View her blood-line to John de Normandie, King of England (1166-1216)... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I42199&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12 Langley, Ann (I32074)
 
39864 View her blood-lines to: http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I102504&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=12
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Fernando III, King of Castile (1201-1252)
John I, King of Scotland (1212-1269)
Philippe III, King of France (1245-1285) 
Talboys, Anne (I32018)
 
39865 View her pedigree ... http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=jweber&id=I15910 Latimer, Lady Elizabeth Baroness of Willoughby (I37046)
 
39866 View her story by Roberta J. Estes:

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Martin, Ellen (I34996)
 
39867 View his blood-line to Elizabeth Plantagenet, Princess of England (1292-1316), daughter of Edward I, King of England (1239-1307) [my 28th great-grandfather]...

Leonard Calvert

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1. Leonard Calvert was born 23 Aug 1550, Danby Wisk, North Riding, Yorkshire, England (son of George Calvert and Dorothy Leonard); died Aft 1611, , , , England.
Leonard married Grace Alicia Hawksworth Crossland 1575, of Hurstmonceaux Castle, Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, England. Grace (daughter of Thomas Norman Crossland and Joanna Pasliew Hawksworth) was born 20 Aug 1552, Crossland, Almondbury, West Riding, Yorkshire, England; was christened 8 Feb 1562, Almondbury, West Riding, Yorkshire, England; died , , , , England. [Group Sheet]

Children:

George Calvert, Baron of Baltimore was born 1579, of Danby Wisk, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; was christened , of Danby Wisk, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died 12 Apr 1632, London, , Greater London, England; was buried 15 Apr 1632, St. Dunstan in the East, London, Middlesex, England.
John Crossland Calvert was born 1580, Great Moorsham, Skelton, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died 1617, , , , Northern Ireland.
Christopher Calvert was born Abt 1582, of Bolton Castle, Wensley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Mary Calvert was born 1586, Bolton Castle, Skipton, West Riding, Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.

Generation: 2

2. George Calvert was born Abt 1525, of Bolton Castle, Wensley, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; was christened , Kiplin, Catterick, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died , York, East Riding, Yorkshire, England.
George married Dorothy Leonard Abt 1575, of Hurstmonceaux Castle, Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, England. Dorothy (daughter of John Leonard, High Sheriff of Kent and Elizabeth Harmon) was born 1537, of Hurstmonceaux Castle, Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, England; died Aft 1611. [Group Sheet]


3. Dorothy Leonard was born 1537, of Hurstmonceaux Castle, Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, England (daughter of John Leonard, High Sheriff of Kent and Elizabeth Harmon); died Aft 1611.

Children:
1. Leonard Calvert was born 23 Aug 1550, Danby Wisk, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died Aft 1611, , , , England.


Generation: 3

6. John Leonard, High Sheriff of KentJohn Leonard, High Sheriff of Kent was born 1508, of, Chevening, Kent, England; was christened , of, Chevening, Kent, England (son of John Lennard, Jr. and Catherine Weston); died 12 Mar 1590, , Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 12 Mar 1590, St. Botolph, Chevening, Kent, England.
John married Elizabeth Harmon Abt 1536, , Knole, Kent, England. Elizabeth (daughter of William Harmon and Margaret Butler) was born 1520, Elam, Crayford, Kent, England; died 26 Oct 1585, of, Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 27 Oct 1585, St. Botolph, Chevening, Kent, England. [Group Sheet]


7. Elizabeth Harmon was born 1520, Elam, Crayford, Kent, England (daughter of William Harmon and Margaret Butler); died 26 Oct 1585, of, Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 27 Oct 1585, St. Botolph, Chevening, Kent, England.
Children:

3. Dorothy Leonard was born 1537, of Hurstmonceaux Castle, Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, England; died Aft 1611.
Samson Leonard, Sheriff of Kent was born 1544-1545, of, Knoll, Kent, England; died 20 Sep 1615, , Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 21 Sep 1615, St. Botolph, Chevening, Kent, England.
Timothy Leonard was born 1546, of, Knoll, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Sir. Samuel Lennard, Knight was born 1546, of, West Wickham, Cambridge, England; died 20 Sep 1615, , West Wickham, Kent, England; was buried , , West Wickham, Kent, England.
Mary Lennard was born Abt 1549, of, Knoll, Kent, England; died 7 Dec 1620, , Titsey, Surrey, England; was buried 7 Dec 1620, , Titsey, Surrey, England.
Elizabeth Lennard was born Abt 1551, of, Knoll, Kent, England; died 21 Dec 1630, , West Wickham, Kent, England; was buried 21 Dec 1630, , West Wickham, Kent, England.
Rachel Leonard, Baroness of Abergavenny was born 1553, of, Knoll, Kent, England; died 15 Oct 1616, , Birling, Kent, England; was buried 15 Oct 1616, , Birling, Kent, England.
Benjamin Leonard was born 1553, , Chevening, Kent, England; died , , , , England; was buried , , , , England.
Anne Leonard was born 1556, of, Chevening, Kent, England; died , , Fulmer, Buckingham, England; was buried , , Fulmer, Buckingham, England.
Timothea Lennard was born 1558, of, Chevening, Kent, England; died , , , , England; was buried , , , , England.


Generation: 4

12. John Lennard, Jr. was born 1479, of, Knoll, Kent, England (son of John Lennard, Esq. and Anne Bird); died 1554, , Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 1554, , Chevening, Kent, England.
John married Catherine Weston Abt 1507, of, Chevening, Kent, England. Catherine (daughter of Thomas Weston and Mrs. Thomas Weston) was born 1481, , Chipstead, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


13. Catherine Weston was born 1481, , Chipstead, Kent, England (daughter of Thomas Weston and Mrs. Thomas Weston); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
6. John Leonard, High Sheriff of Kent was born 1508, of, Chevening, Kent, England; was christened , of, Chevening, Kent, England; died 12 Mar 1590, , Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 12 Mar 1590, St. Botolph, Chevening, Kent, England.

14. William Harmon was born Abt 1488, of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England (son of Henry Harmon and Mrs. Henry Harmon); died , of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England.
William married Margaret Butler Abt 1519, of Elam, Crayford, Kent, England. Margaret (daughter of John Butler and Elizabeth Langston) was born Abt 1490, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died , of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England. [Group Sheet]


15. Margaret Butler was born Abt 1490, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England (daughter of John Butler and Elizabeth Langston); died , of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England.
Children:
7. Elizabeth Harmon was born 1520, Elam, Crayford, Kent, England; died 26 Oct 1585, of, Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 27 Oct 1585, St. Botolph, Chevening, Kent, England.


Generation: 5

24. John Lennard, Esq. was born Abt 1459, , Knole, Kent, England (son of George Leonard, Esq. and Mrs. Matilda Lennard); died 1530, , , , England.
John married Anne Bird Abt 1478, of, , Middlesex, England. Anne (daughter of John Bird) was born 1460, London, , Greater London, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


25. Anne Bird was born 1460, London, , Greater London, England (daughter of John Bird); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
12. John Lennard, Jr. was born 1479, of, Knoll, Kent, England; died 1554, , Chevening, Kent, England; was buried 1554, , Chevening, Kent, England.
William Lennard was born Abt 1482, of, Heathfield, Sussex, England; died Yes, date unknown.
George Lennard was born Abt 1483, of, , , England; died Yes, date unknown.

26. Thomas Weston was born Abt 1460, of, , Middlesex, England (son of John Weston, Sr. and Margaret Mitford); died Yes, date unknown.
Thomas married Mrs. Thomas Weston Abt 1480, of, Chipstead, Kent, England. Thomas was born Abt 1461, of, , Middlesex, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


27. Mrs. Thomas Weston was born Abt 1461, of, , Middlesex, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
13. Catherine Weston was born 1481, , Chipstead, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown.

28. Henry Harmon was born Abt 1460, of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England; died , of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England.
Henry married Mrs. Henry Harmon Abt 1484, of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England. Henry was born Abt 1464, of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


29. Mrs. Henry Harmon was born Abt 1464, of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
14. William Harmon was born Abt 1488, of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England; died , of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England.

30. John Butler was born 1448, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England (son of William Butler and Margaret Montague); died 7 Jan 1524, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England.
John married Elizabeth Langston 1470, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England. Elizabeth (daughter of John Langeston, III and Amicia Margaret Danvers) was born Abt 1455, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


31. Elizabeth Langston was born Abt 1455, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England (daughter of John Langeston, III and Amicia Margaret Danvers); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
Alice Boteler was born Abt 1479, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Abt 1535.
Ralph Butler was born 1480, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Bef 1523, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England.
Isabel Butler was born Abt 1482, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Anne Butler was born Abt 1484, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Agnes Butler was born 1485, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died 30 Sep 1550.
Maud Butler was born Abt 1486, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
John Butler was born Abt 1488, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Robert Butler was born Abt 1489, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
15. Margaret Butler was born Abt 1490, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died , of Ellam, Crayford, Kent, England.


Generation: 6

48. George Leonard, Esq. was born 1422, , Knole, Kent, England (son of John Leonard); died 1462.
George married Mrs. Matilda Lennard Abt 1458, , Chevening, Kent, England. Matilda was born Abt 1434, of, Chevening, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


49. Mrs. Matilda Lennard was born Abt 1434, of, Chevening, Kent, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
24. John Lennard, Esq. was born Abt 1459, , Knole, Kent, England; died 1530, , , , England.

50. John Bird was born Abt 1435, of London, , Greater London, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
25. Anne Bird was born 1460, London, , Greater London, England; died Yes, date unknown.

52. John Weston, Sr. was born Abt 1435, of, Oakham, Rutland, England (son of William Weston, VI and Margaret Richking); died Yes, date unknown.
John married Margaret Mitford Abt 1458, Lichfield, , Staffordshire, England. Margaret (daughter of John Mitford and Constance Ogle) was born Abt 1438, Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died 31 Jan 1475. [Group Sheet]


53. Margaret Mitford was born Abt 1438, Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England (daughter of John Mitford and Constance Ogle); died 31 Jan 1475.
Children:
26. Thomas Weston was born Abt 1460, of, , Middlesex, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Edmund Weston was born Abt 1464, of, Boston, Lincoln, England; died Yes, date unknown.
John Weston, Jr. was born Bef 31 Jan 1475, Lichfield, , Staffordshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.

60. William Butler was born Abt 1428, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England (son of John Butler); died Bef Jun 1467, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England.
William married Margaret Montague Abt 1447, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England. Margaret (daughter of William Montague and Elizabeth de Montford) was born Abt 1430, of, Frome Selwood, Somerset, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


61. Margaret Montague was born Abt 1430, of, Frome Selwood, Somerset, England (daughter of William Montague and Elizabeth de Montford); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
30. John Butler was born 1448, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died 7 Jan 1524, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England.

62. John Langeston, III was born Abt 1429, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England (son of John Langston, Jr. and Elizabeth (Jane) Denton); died 9 Sep 1506, , Caversfield, Oxford, England.
John married Amicia Margaret Danvers Abt 1454, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England. Amicia (daughter of John Danvers, Sr. and Joane Bruley) was born Abt 1438, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Bef 16 Feb 1499-1500, , Caversfield, Buckingham, England. [Group Sheet]


63. Amicia Margaret Danvers was born Abt 1438, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England (daughter of John Danvers, Sr. and Joane Bruley); died Bef 16 Feb 1499-1500, , Caversfield, Buckingham, England.
Children:
31. Elizabeth Langston was born Abt 1455, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Cloid Langston was born Abt 1457, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Richard Langston was born 1460, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died 30 Dec 1525.
Jane Langeston was born Abt 1462, of, Caversfield, Buckingham, England; died 22 Mar 1535, , Stowe, Buckingham, England.
Thomas Langston was born Abt 1467, of, Stowe, Buckingham, England; died 20 Feb 1523-1524.
Christopher Langston was born Abt 1469, of Cosford, Newbold upon Avon, Warwick, England; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 7

96. John Leonard was born Abt 1399, of, Clavering, Essex, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
48. George Leonard, Esq. was born 1422, , Knole, Kent, England; died 1462.

104. William Weston, VI was born Abt 1405, of, Oakham, Rutland, England (son of William Weston, V and Maud Harberger); died Aft 1466.
William married Margaret Richking Abt 1429, of, Oakham, Rutland, England. Margaret (daughter of Edmund Richking and Mrs. Edmund Richking) was born 1414, of, Iver, Buckingham, England; died 1448. [Group Sheet]


105. Margaret Richking was born 1414, of, Iver, Buckingham, England (daughter of Edmund Richking and Mrs. Edmund Richking); died 1448.
Children:
Sr. Richard Weston, Knight was born Abt 1429, of, Slade, Devon, England; died Yes, date unknown.
52. John Weston, Sr. was born Abt 1435, of, Oakham, Rutland, England; died Yes, date unknown.

106. John Mitford was born 8 Apr 1402, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England (son of William Mitford and Margaret de Lisle); died 6 May 1457.
John married Constance Ogle Abt 1427, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England. Constance (daughter of Robert Ogle, V and Maud Grey) was born Abt 1402, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died Aft 6 Oct 1460. [Group Sheet]


107. Constance Ogle was born Abt 1402, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England (daughter of Robert Ogle, V and Maud Grey); died Aft 6 Oct 1460.
Children:
John Mitford was born 1433, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died 1461.
53. Margaret Mitford was born Abt 1438, Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died 31 Jan 1475.

120. John Butler was born Abt 1408, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England (son of Ralph Butler and Margaret de Berwick); died 15 Jun 1477.
Children:
John Butler was born Abt 1427, of, Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
60. William Butler was born Abt 1428, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Bef Jun 1467, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England.

122. William Montague was born Abt 1393, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England (son of John Montague, Earl of Salisbury and Maude Francis, Countess of Salisbury); died Yes, date unknown.
William married Elizabeth de Montford 1425, , Leversege, Somerset, England. Elizabeth (daughter of Thomas Montford and Elizabeth Strangeways) was born Abt 1405, , , Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


123. Elizabeth de Montford was born Abt 1405, , , Yorkshire, England (daughter of Thomas Montford and Elizabeth Strangeways); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
61. Margaret Montague was born Abt 1430, of, Frome Selwood, Somerset, England; died Yes, date unknown.

124. John Langston, Jr. was born Abt 1406, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England (son of John Langston, Sr.); died 1487.
John married Elizabeth (Jane) Denton Abt 1428, of, Culworth, Northampton, England. Elizabeth was born Abt 1407, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


125. Elizabeth (Jane) Denton was born Abt 1407, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
62. John Langeston, III was born Abt 1429, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died 9 Sep 1506, , Caversfield, Oxford, England.
Elizabeth Langston was born Abt 1432, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died Feb 1482, , Culworth, Northamptonshire, England; was buried Feb 1482, Chopredy Church, Culworth, Northamptonshire, England.

126. John Danvers, Sr. was born Abt 1387, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England (son of Richard Danvers and Agnes de Brancestre); died 1448, Bonbury Church, Bonbury, Oxford, England; was buried 1448, Bonbury Church, Bonbury, Oxford, England.
John married Joane Bruley Aft 1419, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England. Joane (daughter of Sir. John Bruley, Knight and Matilda Quartermain) was born Abt 1406, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Aft 1450, , Ipswell, Oxford, England. [Group Sheet]


127. Joane Bruley was born Abt 1406, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England (daughter of Sir. John Bruley, Knight and Matilda Quartermain); died Aft 1450, , Ipswell, Oxford, England.
Children:
Joan Danvers was born Abt 1422, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died 1477.
Sir. Robert Danvers, Knight was born Abt 1424, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; died 17 Apr 1467, London, , Greater London, England; was buried Apr 1467, Church of Holy Cross in West Smithfield, London, Middlesex, England.
John Danvers, Jr. was born Abt 1426, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; died 8 Feb 1504.
Agnes Danvers was born Abt 1427, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died 1478.
Elizabeth Danvers was born Abt 1428, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Richard Danvers was born Abt 1428, of Prescott, Cropredy, Oxford, England; died 14 Feb 1488-1489, , Culworth, Northamptonshire, England; was buried , Chopredy Church, Culworth, Northamptonshire, England.
Sir. Thomas Danvers, Knight was born Abt 1430, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Sir. William Danvers, Knight was born Abt 1432, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Alicia Danvers was born Abt 1432, of Prescott, Cropredy, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Henry Danvers was born Abt 1434, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Miss Danvers was born Abt 1436, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
63. Amicia Margaret Danvers was born Abt 1438, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Bef 16 Feb 1499-1500, , Caversfield, Buckingham, England.
Bova Danvers was born Abt 1440, , Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Simon Danvers was born Abt 1442, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died , of, Cothrop, Oxford, England.
Edward Danvers was born Abt 1444, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died , of, Cothrop, Oxford, England.


Generation: 8

208. William Weston, V was born Abt 1375, , West Clandon, Surrey, England (son of William Weston, IV and Joan Legh); died , of, Oakham, Rutland, England.
William married Maud Harberger Abt 1399, of, West Clandon, Surrey, England. Maud (daughter of Thomas Harberger and Margaret Sutton) was born Abt 1379, , Sutton, Sussex, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


209. Maud Harberger was born Abt 1379, , Sutton, Sussex, England (daughter of Thomas Harberger and Margaret Sutton); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
104. William Weston, VI was born Abt 1405, of, Oakham, Rutland, England; died Aft 1466.

210. Edmund Richking was born Abt 1385, of, Iver, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Edmund married Mrs. Edmund Richking Abt 1409, of, Iver, Buckingham, England. Edmund was born Abt 1389, of, Iver, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


211. Mrs. Edmund Richking was born Abt 1389, of, Iver, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
105. Margaret Richking was born 1414, of, Iver, Buckingham, England; died 1448.

212. William Mitford was born 1369, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England (son of John Mitford); died 7 Mar 1423, Newcastle upon Tyne, , Northumberland, England; was buried 10 Jun 1423, Newcastle upon Tyne, , Northumberland, England.
William married Margaret de Lisle Abt 1401, of, Woodburn, Northumberland, England. Margaret (daughter of Robert de Lisle and Maria (Mary) Strathbogie) was born Abt 1368, of, Woodburn, Northumberland, England; died 10 Jun 1409. [Group Sheet]


213. Margaret de Lisle was born Abt 1368, of, Woodburn, Northumberland, England (daughter of Robert de Lisle and Maria (Mary) Strathbogie); died 10 Jun 1409.
Children:
106. John Mitford was born 8 Apr 1402, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died 6 May 1457.

214. Robert Ogle, V was born 24 Dec 1372, of Ogle Castle, Whalton, Northumberland, England (son of Robert Ogle, IV and Joan de Heaton); died 12 Aug 1435, , , , England.
Robert married Maud Grey 21 May 1399, of, Tankerville, Northumberland, England. Maud (daughter of Sir. Thomas Grey, Knight and Joan de Mowbray) was born Abt 1382, of, Wark-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England; died Aft 21 Aug 1451, , , , England. [Group Sheet]


215. Maud Grey was born Abt 1382, of, Wark-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England (daughter of Sir. Thomas Grey, Knight and Joan de Mowbray); died Aft 21 Aug 1451, , , , England.
Children:
Elizabeth (Ann) Ogle was born Abt 1400, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Margaret Ogle was born Abt 1401, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died 14 Mar 1443.
107. Constance Ogle was born Abt 1402, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died Aft 6 Oct 1460.
Robert Ogle, VI was born 1406, of Ogle Castle, Whalton, Northumberland, England; died 1 Nov 1469.
John de Ogle was born Abt 1410, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died Bef 11 Mar 1506.
Agnes Ogle was born Abt 1410, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.
William Ogle was born Abt 1412, of Choppington, Bedlington, Northumberland, England; was christened 1412; died 10 Aug 1474.
Jennet Ogle was born Abt 1412, of Kirkley, Ponteland, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Joan Ogle was born Abt 1419, of Etall, Ford, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.

240. Ralph Butler was born Abt 1387, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England (son of James Butler, III and Anne Wells); died Yes, date unknown.
Ralph married Margaret de Berwick Bef 1407, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England. Margaret (daughter of Hugh de Berwick and Mrs. Hugh de Berwick) was born Abt 1390, , Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


241. Margaret de Berwick was born Abt 1390, , Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England (daughter of Hugh de Berwick and Mrs. Hugh de Berwick); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
120. John Butler was born Abt 1408, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died 15 Jun 1477.

244. John Montague, Earl of SalisburyJohn Montague, Earl of Salisbury was born 1350, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England (son of William III de Montague, Earl of Salisbury and Elizabeth Mohun, Countess of Salisbury); died 5 Jan 1399-1400, , Cirencester, Gloucester, England; was buried , Priory, Bisham, Berkshire, England.
John married Maude Francis, Countess of Salisbury Bef 4 May 1383, Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England. Maude (daughter of Adam Francis, Mayor of Salisbury and Alice) was born Abt 1359, of London, , Greater London, England; died Bef 5 Aug 1424. [Group Sheet]


245. Maude Francis, Countess of SalisburyMaude Francis, Countess of Salisbury was born Abt 1359, of London, , Greater London, England (daughter of Adam Francis, Mayor of Salisbury and Alice); died Bef 5 Aug 1424.
Children:
Anne de Montague, Duchess of Exeter was born Abt 1384, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England; died 28 Nov 1457; was buried , St. Katherine by the Tower, London, Middlesex, England.
Thomas Montague, Earl of Salisbury was born 1388, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England; died 3 Nov 1428, , Orlâeans, Loiret, France.
122. William Montague was born Abt 1393, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.

246. Thomas Montford was born Abt 1380, of, Bescote, Stafford, England (son of Sir. William I de Montfort, Knight and Rose Bradstone); died Yes, date unknown.
Thomas married Elizabeth Strangeways Abt 1404, , , Yorkshire, England. Elizabeth (daughter of Robert Strangeways and Matilda Cheswick) was born Abt 1384, of Harsley Castle, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


247. Elizabeth Strangeways was born Abt 1384, of Harsley Castle, North Riding, Yorkshire, England (daughter of Robert Strangeways and Matilda Cheswick); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
123. Elizabeth de Montford was born Abt 1405, , , Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.

248. John Langston, Sr. was born Abt 1374, of, Tusmore, Oxford, England; died Abt 1435, of, Tusmore, Oxford, England.
Children:
124. John Langston, Jr. was born Abt 1406, of, Caversfield, Oxford, England; died 1487.

252. Richard Danvers was born Abt 1330, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England (son of John Danvers and Isabel de la Lee); died Aft 1409, , Ipswell, Oxford, England.
Richard married Agnes de Brancestre Abt 1386, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England. Agnes (daughter of John Brancestre, Jr. and Margaret Mille) was born Abt 1374, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; was christened , Colthorpe Manor, Banbury, Oxford, England; died Aft 1395, , Ipswell, Oxford, England; was buried , Cropredy Church, Prestcote, Oxford, England. [Group Sheet]


253. Agnes de Brancestre was born Abt 1374, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; was christened , Colthorpe Manor, Banbury, Oxford, England (daughter of John Brancestre, Jr. and Margaret Mille); died Aft 1395, , Ipswell, Oxford, England; was buried , Cropredy Church, Prestcote, Oxford, England.
Children:
126. John Danvers, Sr. was born Abt 1387, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died 1448, Bonbury Church, Bonbury, Oxford, England; was buried 1448, Bonbury Church, Bonbury, Oxford, England.

254. Sir. John Bruley, KnightSir. John Bruley, Knight was born Abt 1370, , Waterstock, Oxford, England (son of William de Bruley and Agnes de Bruley); died , of, Bromscroft, Hampshire, England.
John married Matilda Quartermain 1395, , Waterstock, Oxford, England. Matilda (daughter of Thomas Quartermain, Jr. and Joan Russell) was born Abt 1378, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England; died , of Frankley, Hagley, Worcester, England. [Group Sheet]


255. Matilda Quartermain was born Abt 1378, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England (daughter of Thomas Quartermain, Jr. and Joan Russell); died , of Frankley, Hagley, Worcester, England.
Children:
127. Joane Bruley was born Abt 1406, of, Cothrop, Oxford, England; died Aft 1450, , Ipswell, Oxford, England.


Generation: 9

416. William Weston, IV was born Abt 1330, of, West Clandon, Surrey, England (son of William Weston, III); died Yes, date unknown.
William married Joan Legh Abt 1354, of, West Clandon, Surrey, England. Joan (daughter of John de Legh) was born Abt 1334, Adlington, Prestbury, Cheshire, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


417. Joan Legh was born Abt 1334, Adlington, Prestbury, Cheshire, England (daughter of John de Legh); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
Joan Weston was born Abt 1360, , West Clandon, Surrey, England; died Yes, date unknown.
208. William Weston, V was born Abt 1375, , West Clandon, Surrey, England; died , of, Oakham, Rutland, England.

418. Thomas Harberger was born Abt 1360, , Sutton, Sussex, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Thomas married Margaret Sutton Abt 1378, , Sutton, Sussex, England. Margaret (daughter of Sir. John II de Sutton, Baron and Catherine Stafford) was born Abt 1361, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


419. Margaret Sutton was born Abt 1361, of, Malpas, Cheshire, England (daughter of Sir. John II de Sutton, Baron and Catherine Stafford); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
209. Maud Harberger was born Abt 1379, , Sutton, Sussex, England; died Yes, date unknown.

424. John Mitford was born Abt 1346, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England (son of Matthew Mitford and Mrs. Matthew Mitford); died 1409.
Children:
Margaret Mitford was born Abt 1365, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Anthony Mitford was born Abt 1367, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died 1397.
212. William Mitford was born 1369, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died 7 Mar 1423, Newcastle upon Tyne, , Northumberland, England; was buried 10 Jun 1423, Newcastle upon Tyne, , Northumberland, England.
Alice Mitford was born Abt 1371, of Molesden, Mitford, Northunberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.

426. Robert de Lisle was born Abt 1344, of, Woodburn, Northumberland, England (son of Robert de Lisle and Mrs. Elizabeth de Lisle); died 1426, Newcastle upon Tyne, , Northumberland, England; was buried Aug 1426, Newcastle upon Tyne, , Northumberland, England.
Robert married Maria (Mary) Strathbogie 26 Jun 1365, of, Felton, Northumberland, England. Maria (daughter of Adomar (Aymer) Strathbogie and Mrs. Maria (Mary) Strathbogie) was born Abt 1344, of, Felton, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


427. Maria (Mary) Strathbogie was born Abt 1344, of, Felton, Northumberland, England (daughter of Adomar (Aymer) Strathbogie and Mrs. Maria (Mary) Strathbogie); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
John de Lisle was born Abt 1366, of, Salcliffe, Northumberland, England; died 8 Oct 1422.
213. Margaret de Lisle was born Abt 1368, of, Woodburn, Northumberland, England; died 10 Jun 1409.

428. Robert Ogle, IV was born Abt 1354, of Ogle Castle, Whalton, Northumberland, England (son of Robert de Ogle, III and Helen Bertram); died 31 Oct 1410, , Hexham, Northumberland, England; was buried Nov 1410, Hexham Abbey, Hexham, Northumberland, England.
Robert married Joan de Heaton Bef 24 Mar 1372, of, Chillingham, Northumberland, England. Joan (daughter of Sir. Alan de Heaton, Knight and Constance Leyburne) was born Abt 1352, of, Chillingham, Northumberland, England; died 12 Oct 1416. [Group Sheet]


429. Joan de Heaton was born Abt 1352, of, Chillingham, Northumberland, England (daughter of Sir. Alan de Heaton, Knight and Constance Leyburne); died 12 Oct 1416.
Children:
214. Robert Ogle, V was born 24 Dec 1372, of Ogle Castle, Whalton, Northumberland, England; died 12 Aug 1435, , , , England.
Joan Ogle was born Abt 1374-1375, of West Charlton, Bellingham, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Margery Ogle was born Abt 1374-1375, of West Charlton, Bellingham, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown.

430. Sir. Thomas Grey, KnightSir. Thomas Grey, Knight was born 1359, of, Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland, England; was christened , of, Wark-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England (son of Sir. Thomas Grey, Knight and Margaret de Pressene); died 26 Nov 1400; was buried Aft 3 Dec 1400.
Thomas married Joan de Mowbray Abt 1375, , Axholme, Lincoln, England. Joan (daughter of Sir. John III de Mowbray, Baron and Elizabeth de Segrave, Baroness of Mowbray) was born Abt 1361, , Axholme, Lincoln, England; died Aft 30 Nov 1402. [Group Sheet]


431. Joan de Mowbray was born Abt 1361, , Axholme, Lincoln, England (daughter of Sir. John III de Mowbray, Baron and Elizabeth de Segrave, Baroness of Mowbray); died Aft 30 Nov 1402.
Children:
215. Maud Grey was born Abt 1382, of, Wark-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England; died Aft 21 Aug 1451, , , , England.
Sir. Thomas Grey, Knight was born 30 Nov 1384, Alnwick Castle, Alnwick, Northumberland, England; died 3 Aug 1415, North Gate, Southampton, Hampshire, England.
John Grey was born Abt 1386, of, Wark-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England; died 22 Mar 1420, Battlefield, Bauge, Anjou, France.
William Grey was born Abt 1388, of, Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland, England; died Abt 1435.
Henry Grey was born Abt 1390, of, Ketteringham, Norfolk, England; died Yes, date unknown.

480. James Butler, III was born Abt 1362, Kilkenny Castle, Kildare, Leinster, Ireland (son of James Butler, Jr. and Anne Darcy); died 18 Oct 1392, Knoctopher Castle, Knoctopher, Leinster, Ireland.
James married Anne Wells Bef 17 Jun 1385, of Kilkenny Castle, Kildare, Leinster, Ireland. Anne (daughter of Sir. John de Welles, Baron and Mrs. Cecily de Welles, Baroness of Welles) was born Abt 1367, of, Well, Lincoln, England; died Aft 1396. [Group Sheet]


481. Anne Wells was born Abt 1367, of, Well, Lincoln, England (daughter of Sir. John de Welles, Baron and Mrs. Cecily de Welles, Baroness of Welles); died Aft 1396.
Children:
Philip Boteler was born Abt 1385, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
240. Ralph Butler was born Abt 1387, , Great Badminton, Gloucester, England; died Yes, date unknown.
James IV le Butler, Earl of Ormund was born 1392, of Ormonde, Kerry, Munster, Ireland; died 23 Aug 1452, , Ardennes, Luxembourg, Netherlands; was buried , St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland.
Anne Butler was born Abt 1394, of Ormonde, Kerry, Munster, Ireland; died Yes, date unknown.

482. Hugh de Berwick was born Abt 1360, , Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Hugh married Mrs. Hugh de Berwick Abt 1384, , Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England. Hugh was born Abt 1365, of, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


483. Mrs. Hugh de Berwick was born Abt 1365, of, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
Thomas de Berwick was born Abt 1385, , Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England; died Abt 1405.
241. Margaret de Berwick was born Abt 1390, , Beaconsfield, Buckingham, England; died Yes, date unknown.

488. William III de Montague, Earl of SalisburyWilliam III de Montague, Earl of Salisbury was born 25 Jun 1328, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England; was christened , of, Donyatt, Somerset, England (son of William II de Montague, Earl of Salisbury and Katherine de Grandison); died 3 Jun 1397, Conventual Church, Bustlesham, Somerset, England; was buried , Conventual Church, Bustlesham, Somerset, England.
William married Elizabeth Mohun, Countess of Salisbury Abt 1349, of, , Somersetshire, England. Elizabeth (daughter of Sir. John Mohun, Baron and Joan Burghersh, Baroness of Mohun) was born Sep 1334, of, Dunster, Somerset, England; died 14 Jan 1415; was buried , Conventual Church, Bustlesham, Somerset, England. [Group Sheet]


489. Elizabeth Mohun, Countess of SalisburyElizabeth Mohun, Countess of Salisbury was born Sep 1334, of, Dunster, Somerset, England (daughter of Sir. John Mohun, Baron and Joan Burghersh, Baroness of Mohun); died 14 Jan 1415; was buried , Conventual Church, Bustlesham, Somerset, England.
Children:
244. John Montague, Earl of Salisbury was born 1350, of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England; died 5 Jan 1399-1400, , Cirencester, Gloucester, England; was buried , Priory, Bisham, Berkshire, England.

490. Adam Francis, Mayor of SalisburyAdam Francis, Mayor of Salisbury was born Abt 1326, , Foremark, Derby, England (son of John Francis and Mrs. Margaret Francis); died , of Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England.
Adam married Alice Abt 1341, Salisbury, , Wiltshire, England. Alice was born Abt 1327, of, Foremark, Derby, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


491. Alice was born Abt 1327, of, Foremark, Derby, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
Robert I Francis was born Abt 1342, , Formark, Derby, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Margaret Francis was born Abt 1352, of, Foremark, Derby, England; died Yes, date unknown.
245. Maude Francis, Countess of Salisbury was born Abt 1359, of London, , Greater London, England; died Bef 5 Aug 1424.

492. Sir. William I de Montfort, KnightSir. William I de Montfort, Knight was born Abt 1356, of, Bescote, Stafford, England (son of Baldwin de Montfort and Margaret Clinton); died Yes, date unknown.
William married Rose Bradstone Abt 1372, of, Bescote, Stafford, England. Rose was born Abt 1357, of, Bescote, Stafford, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


493. Rose Bradstone was born Abt 1357, of, Bescote, Stafford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
Helena Mountford was born Abt 1372, of, Bescote, Stafford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
William II de Montfort was born Abt 1375, of, Bescote, Stafford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
246. Thomas Montford was born Abt 1380, of, Bescote, Stafford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Margaret Montfort was born Abt 1382, of, Whiston, Northampton, England; was christened , of, Lapworth, Warwick, England; died Aft 1450.

494. Robert Strangeways was born Abt 1358, of Harsley Castle, North Riding, Yorkshire, England (son of Thomas Strangeways and Mrs. Thomas Strangeways); died Yes, date unknown.
Robert married Matilda Cheswick Abt 1383, of, Raby, Durham, England. Matilda (daughter of Patrick de Cheswick and Mrs. Catherine Cheswick) was born Abt 1371, , Cheswick, Northumberland, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


495. Matilda Cheswick was born Abt 1371, , Cheswick, Northumberland, England (daughter of Patrick de Cheswick and Mrs. Catherine Cheswick); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
247. Elizabeth Strangeways was born Abt 1384, of Harsley Castle, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Sir. James Strangeways, Knight was born Abt 1387, of Harsley Castle, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Thomas Strangeways, Sr. was born Abt 1397, of Harsley Castle, North Riding, Yorkshire, England; was christened , of, Raby, Durham, England; died Bef 27 Jan 1441-1442.

504. John Danvers was born Abt 1295, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England (son of Simon Danvers and Alice de Opswell); died Yes, date unknown.
John married Isabel de la Lee Abt 1329, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England. Isabel (daughter of William de la Lee and Mrs. Isabel de le Lee) was born Abt 1309, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; was christened , of Swalcliffe, Shutford, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


505. Isabel de la Lee was born Abt 1309, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; was christened , of Swalcliffe, Shutford, Oxford, England (daughter of William de la Lee and Mrs. Isabel de le Lee); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
252. Richard Danvers was born Abt 1330, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; died Aft 1409, , Ipswell, Oxford, England.
Elizabeth Danvers was born Abt 1349, of, Glastonbury, Somerset, England; died Yes, date unknown.

506. John Brancestre, Jr. was born Abt 1340, of, Ipwell, Oxford, England (son of John Brancestre, Sr.); died Yes, date unknown.
John married Margaret Mille Abt 1364, of Colthorpe Manor, Banbury, Oxford, England. Margaret (daughter of Henry Mille and Mrs. Henry Mille) was born Abt 1344, of, , Oxfordshire, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


507. Margaret Mille was born Abt 1344, of, , Oxfordshire, England (daughter of Henry Mille and Mrs. Henry Mille); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
253. Agnes de Brancestre was born Abt 1374, of, Ipswell, Oxford, England; was christened , Colthorpe Manor, Banbury, Oxford, England; died Aft 1395, , Ipswell, Oxford, England; was buried , Cropredy Church, Prestcote, Oxford, England.

508. William de Bruley was born Abt 1350, of, Waterstock, Oxford, England (son of John de Bruley, Jr.); died Yes, date unknown.
William married Agnes de Bruley Abt 1369, of, Waterstock, Oxford, England. Agnes (daughter of Henry de Bruley and Mrs. Henry de Bruley) was born Abt 1350, of, Waterstock, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


509. Agnes de Bruley was born Abt 1350, of, Waterstock, Oxford, England (daughter of Henry de Bruley and Mrs. Henry de Bruley); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
254. Sir. John Bruley, Knight was born Abt 1370, , Waterstock, Oxford, England; died , of, Bromscroft, Hampshire, England.
Anitia Bruley was born 1377, of, Warerstoke, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
Isabell Bruley was born 1379, of, Warerstoke, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.

510. Thomas Quartermain, Jr. was born Abt 1338, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England (son of Thomas Quartermain, Sr. and Katherine de Bretton); died Yes, date unknown.
Thomas married Joan Russell 1377, of, Weston on the Green, Oxford, England. Joan (daughter of Sir. John Russell, Knight and Anne (Agnes) Planches) was born Abt 1354, , Brodenstroke, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


511. Joan Russell was born Abt 1354, , Brodenstroke, Oxford, England (daughter of Sir. John Russell, Knight and Anne (Agnes) Planches); died Yes, date unknown.
Children:
255. Matilda Quartermain was born Abt 1378, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England; died , of Frankley, Hagley, Worcester, England.
Elizabeth Quartermain was born Abt 1380, of Rycote, Great Haseley, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.
John Quartermain was born Abt 1383, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England; died 20 Dec 1403.
Guy Quartermain was born Abt 1385, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England; died 15 May 1414.
Richard Quartermain was born Abt 1391, , Weston on the Green, Oxford, England; died Yes, date unknown.



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Calvert, Leonard (I15571)
 
39868 View his parents... http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=White&GSiman=1&GScid=2131249&GRid=48517146& White, William Grady "Grady" (I18592)
 
39869 view his will ... https://archive.org/stream/earlylincolnwil00gibbgoog#page/n55/mode/2up Crophull, Sir John (I47865)
 
39870 View history of Wethersfield... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wethersfield,_CT Gildersleeve, Richard Sr. (I21493)
 
39871 View image, ready history & source for Helmsley Castle ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helmsley_Castle Family F16878
 
39872 View images of Gowran Castle ... https://www.google.com/search?q=gowran+castle+photos&rlz=1C1KMZB_enUS591US591&espv=2&biw=1440&bih=810&tbm=isch&imgil=w7j7d2V5JVh57M%253A%253BM-fhAzysf-CQqM%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Firishantiquities.bravehost.com%25252Fkilkenny%25252Fgowran%25252Fgowran_castle.html&source=iu&pf=m&fir=w7j7d2V5JVh57M%253A%252CM-fhAzysf-CQqM%252C_&usg=__7XMJd8-6FBq38sCx8x7KX4Vtg3k%3D&dpr=1&ved=0ahUKEwjJwf-5sIjPAhUCGz4KHRsmDYwQyjcINQ&ei=udzVV4mBKIK2-AGbzLTgCA#imgrc=w7j7d2V5JVh57M%3A Butler, Sir James 1st Earl of Ormond (I44762)
 
39873 View images of Markenfield Hall ... http://bit.ly/1lepHLr

Markenfield Hall is an early 14th-century moated country house three miles (5 km) south of Ripon, North Yorkshire, England in the civil parish of Markingfield Hall. It is one of the finest surviving English country houses from that time.

The house is an L-shaped castellated block, with a great hall that stands upon an undercroft and was originally reached by an exterior stone staircase. It is lit by two double-light windows with quatrefoil transom under their arched heads.

The house is open for public tours during specific periods, for groups by appointment, and is also available for weddings.

History

Markenfield was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, when there were two households.[1]

In 1150 the estate belonged to the Le Bret family who adopted the name de Markenfield. A house existed on the site at that time.

The present house was built by John de Markenfield, an associate of Piers Gaveston and a servant of Edward II. A licence to crenellate was issued for Markenfield in 1310, the same year that John was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer. Sir Thomas Markefield was appointed High Sheriff of Yorkshire for 1484 and fought with Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth. In 1569 Thomas de Markenfield was involved in the pro-Catholic Rising of the North and was forced to flee to the Continent. Markenfield was confiscated and granted to Thomas Egerton, Master of the Rolls.

Egerton never made Markenfield his principal residence, and it devolved to a rented farmhouse, whilst preserving its features. In 1761 the house was bought by Fletcher Norton, 1st Baron Grantley, who replaced the roof of the Great Hall and ensured that the house was structurally sound once more. It descended to the 7th Lord Grantley who began a restoration project in 1980 to convert the hall from a farmhouse into a family home. [2]

The estate was historically an extra parochial area, which became a civil parish (with the alternative spelling Markingfield Hall) in the West Riding of Yorkshire in 1858.[3] The estate has remained a separate civil parish, since 1974 in the Harrogate district of the new county of North Yorkshire. The population of the civil parish is estimated at 10.[4]

References

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Markenfield, Sir Thomas Knight (I43223)
 
39874 View images of St. Andrew's... http://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk/blofield/blofield.htm

William GOODWYN and Margery
HUSBAND:
[F121832]. William GOODWYN
History of Hampton : "The father of William and his date of birth are unknown. He owned several tenements at Blofield" [England] He married Margery in England.

He died in MAY 1531 in England, and his will was proved at that time. He was buried at St. Andrews churchyard [according to his will] in Blofield, England.

WIFE:
[F121833]. Margery.


CHILDREN of William GOODWYN [F121832] and Margery [F121833]:
[F60916]. John GOODWIN , the elder.
William Goodwyn. born in Blofield, England.
Roger Goodwyn. born in Blofield, England.
John Goodwyn, the younger. born in Blofield, England.


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Goodwyn, William (I32393)
 
39875 View images of St. Mary's ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gowran_Castle Butler, Sir James 1st Earl of Ormond (I44762)
 
39876 View images of York Minster ... https://www.google.com/search?q=york+minster&espv=2&biw=1440&bih=810&site=webhp&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwi8zMaNrIDPAhUK6yYKHS8-CCAQsAQISw Scrope, Sir John Knight, 4th Baron Scrope of Masham (I46001)
 
39877 View Images, history & map of Kirby Castle ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirby_Muxloe_Castle Family F15810
 
39878 View Map & History of Culpeper, Virginia ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culpeper,_Virginia Finney, Mary (I29033)
 
39879 View Map & History of Girsby ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girsby,_Lincolnshire Hansard, Richard IV (I37334)
 
39880 View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia Gillentine, John G. (I13362)
 
39881 View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia Gillentine, Nicholas (I20045)
 
39882 View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia Gillentine, Nicholas The Immigrant (I20049)
 
39883 View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia Gillentine, Nicholas The Immigrant (I20049)
 
39884 View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia Family F6989
 
39885 View map and description of Wedmore... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedmore Meade, Thomas V (I33784)
 
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39889 View map and description of Wedmore... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedmore Family F12398
 
39890 View map and history of Redcliffe, Bristol... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redcliffe,_Bristol Meade, Sir Thomas Jr. (I33790)
 
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View map and history of Wraxall, Somerset... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wraxall,_Somerset 
Meade, Sir Thomas Jr. (I33790)
 
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39897 View Photos & History of Workington Hall ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workington_Hall Curwen, Sir Thomas (I35492)
 
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39900 View Ralph's ahnentafetl ... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I92721&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=9 Neville, Sir Ralph 3rd Earl of Westmorland (I41175)
 

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