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Margaret, wife of Thomas, 8th Lord Berkeley

Margaret, wife of Thomas, 8th Lord Berkeley

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Published by Plantagenet Prints in [S.l.] .
Written in English


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Reproduced from an engraving first published in 1824.

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Thomas de Berkeley (c. or – 27 October ), The Rich, feudal baron of Berkeley, of Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire, England, was a epithet, and that of each previous and subsequent head of his family, was coined by John Smyth of Nibley (d), steward of the Berkeley estates, the biographer of the family and author of "Lives of the Berkeleys".

Thomas de Berkeley, 1st Baron Berkeley (c. – 23 July ), The Wise, feudal baron of Berkeley, of Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire, England, was a peer, soldier and diplomat.

His epithet, and that of each previous and subsequent head of his family, was coined by John Smyth of Nibley (d), steward of the Berkeley estates, the biographer of the family and author of "Lives of the.

The actual legend is that Mary Berkeley Perrot (d. ), wife of Thomas Perrot (d. ) had an affair with Henry VIII in about and subsequently gave birth to her third son, John Perrot, later Sir John and (after ) Lord Deputy of Ireland.

That legend, hwoever, has been shown to be untrue. They had seven sons, John, Knt. [3rd Lord Dudley], Edward, Thomas, Arthur (clerk), George, Geoffrey, and William, and eight daughters, Margaret (wife of John Grey, Lord Grey of Powis, and Robert Sutton), Eleanor (wife of Charles Somerset, K.G., 1st Earl of Worcester, Lord Herbert), Jane (wife of Thomas Wife of Thomas, Katherine (wife of George Parents: Edmund Sutton.

His occupation was 3rd Lord of Berkeley, 8th Lord Berkeley "The Ritch", 3rd Lord, 3rd baron. Given custody of Ed II when Ed deposed., Knight, Marshall of the army of France. They had 10 children: Sir John Berkeley, Thomas de Berkeley and 8 other children.

Ancestry of Princess Diana. Princess of Wales. 1st Generation. Diana Frances Spencer (–). 2nd Generation. Edward John Spencer (–).

Thomas Stukley (Stukeley, Stuckley, Stucley) – Born Thomas Stukley was born c. to Jane Pollard, the wife of Sir Hugh Stukeley. Thomas was an English mercenary who died at the Battle of Alcazar in It has been speculated that Jane Pollard Margaret mistress to Henry VIII and Thomas was Henry’s illegitimate son.

"Thomas of Brotherton, 1st Earl of Norfolk, Earl Marshal (1 June – August ) was the son of Edward I of England and Margaret of France and a younger half-brother of Edward II.". Thomas Clifford, 8th Baron de Clifford: | | | Thomas Clifford, 8th Baron de Clifford | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

Anne Berkeley was the daughter of Maurice, 4th Lord Berkeley (died ), whose great grandfather was Thomas of Brotherton (), fourth son of King Edward e Berkeley married Elizabeth le Despencer, a direct descendant of William the Conqueror.

Henry VIII (28 June – 28 January ) was King of England from until his death in Henry is best known for his six marriages, and, in particular, his efforts to have his first marriage (to Catherine of Aragon) disagreement with Pope Clement VII on the question of such an annulment led Henry to initiate the English Reformation, separating the Church of England Predecessor: Henry VII.

- Thomas de Berkeley 68 68 - Thomas de Beauchamp 62 62 - Theobald de Verdun 37 37 - Eleanor de Beauchamp 58 58 - Richard de Beauchamp 58 58 [Mary de ]Richard de Beauchamp, 5th Earl of Warwick, was born Jan. 28, John Perrot (November – 3 November ), his mother being Mary Berkeley the wife of Sir Thomas Perrot Fictional portrayals Edit The Secret Daughter of Henry VIII by F.

Kenyon, a novel which depicts Lady Jane Grey as the King's daughter by. At nine o’clock that night Princess Margaret Tudor was born. She was christened by John Morton, the archbishop of Canterbury, at the chapel in Westminster two days later; her godparents were her grandmother Lady Margaret Beaufort for whom she was named, the duchess of Norfolk, Lady Berkeley and the earl of Shrewsbury.

The list below shows descent from William the Conqueror (see Descendants of William I of England for another list). Many of the people have more than one path to William, but this is mostly just showing one (ideally the shortest path).

As William is an 11th generation descendant of Charlemagne (), the people below also descend from. Mere mutters on Margaret Baron of Meere, my royalist spy great-uncle Hartgill Baron and the Lord Stourton-Hartgill murders.

I’m related to Hartgill Baron 3, the son of a Mere wool merchant who took Charles II to the George Inn after the battle of Worcester inthrough my 10th great-grandmother Margaret Baronwife of Thomas Cowley, who it seems was his mother or. It may well identify Margaret St Loe, your John Audley's wife.

In addition, there was yet another younger son of the 6th Lord Audley: Thomas Audley, who had a daughter Elizabeth, wife of George Twyneho of Keyford (), with issue. I'd love to find out the identity of this Thomas Audley's wife, or indeed any further details on him.

Indubitably, the lineage from Turchill de Arden, who appears in the Domesday Book, is equally to be doubted, although we stand perhaps on slightly firmer ground. That the Comptons, sometime Marquesses of Northampton should be another branch of this family and other uncertainties in these earlier generations cannot currently be commented on, but.

From the death of the 4th Earl in Keith Hall was empty for 17 years, till in the title Earl of Kintore and the estates passed to the heir general of the 4th Earl, his great-nephew Antony Adriaan Falconer, 7th Lord Falconer of Halkerton, grandson of the 4th Earls’s sister Katharine Margaret Keith, who had married the 4th Lord.

Full text of "The Knights of England.A complete record from the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors, incorporating a complete list of knights bachelors dubbed in Ireland".

"Robert Zanes Son of Robert Zanes and of Wilmot his wife was born in Yorksham in the County of Devon in the year and come over with his parents to Ireland in about the year A serge weaver he took to wife in Dublin Margaret Hammond Daughter of Thomas Hammond and of Grace his wife of Midlem in Yorkshire in the 9th month She was.

Thomas de Berkeley, 5th Lord Berkeley, died Jmarried Margaret Warren, daughter and heiress of Gerard Warren (Warine), Lord De L'Isle (contracted when but seven years of age, and required to remain for four years with her father), by whom he had an only child, Elizabeth Berkeley, married to Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick (also.

Lord Hugh & his wife had one child: i) MARGARET Audley (-after 28 Janbur Tonbridge). She succeeded her father as Baroness Audley. m (before 6 Jul ) as his second wife, RALPH de Stafford Lord Stafford, son of EDMUND de Stafford Lord Stafford & his wife Margaret Basset (24 Sep Augbur Tonbridge).

A book, prepared by John Smythe of Nibley for Lord Berkeley, "containing the names and surnames of all able and efficient men in body for his Majesty's service in the wars in the County of Gloucester, with their ages, Parsonable statures and armours etc.," by the Right Honorable Lieutenant Lord Berkeley, Lord Lieutenant, etc., by direction from.

Catherine Howard (c. –Febru ) was the fifth wife of Henry her brief marriage, she was officially the Queen of England. Howard was beheaded for adultery and unchastity in JAMES, 1st Earl of Ormonde, and 7th Butler, a minor at the decease of his father, but obtained licence four years later, for the sum of 2, marks, to marry whomsoever he pleased; he accordingly m.

Lady Eleanor de Bohun (who m. 2ndly,Thomas, Lord Dagworth, who was k. in Brittany ), 2nd dau. of Humphrey, Earl of Hereford and. Early Mists. According to family tradition, Roger, mentioned in Domesday Book as Provost of the Manor of Berkeley under Earl William fitz Osborn, had a son, John, who went to Scotland in the train of Queen Margaret, caand became Laird of Towie (in the Parish of Turriff, Aberdeenshire).

He had two sons, Walter, who m the heiress of Gartley, and Alexander, ancestor of the line of Towie. Berkeley subsequently arranged a match between his own niece and ward Mary, with Thomas, and in event of his death, with Edward." - Married Mary (b /11), a daughter and heir of James Berkeley, Esq., the second son of Lord Maurice Berkeley, squire of King Henry VIII.

There is mention that the will of Erasmus Snelling, citizen land ironmonger, of London, dated Januand proved P. C, gave legacies to said Erasmus Wethers of Virginia, Erasmus Maddocks, of East Greenwich in the county of Kent, woodmonger, and Margaret, wife of Richard Thomas, of Deptford.

Subject: Some Descendants of Alice Talbot, Dame Barre [snip] > > By Sir Thomas Barre, Alice [Talbot] had a son and three daughters, before. her > husband died, probably fighting in France, in the late summer or autumn > of He predeceased his father, Sir Thomas Barre 'Senior', who > died in December Baron de Clifford is a title in the Peerage of was created in for Robert de Clifford (c), feudal baron of Clifford [1] in Herefordshire, feudal baron of Skipton [2] in Yorkshire and feudal baron of Appleby [3] in Westmoreland.

The title was created by writ, which means that it can descend through both male and female Norman family which later took the name. THOMAS, LORD BERKELEY KO26/ Parents: Maurice & Alice de Berkeley Married: Joane, dau & heir to Sir Ralph de Gower, Lord of Wotton.

1/1. Thomas, Lord Berkeley KO25/ WILLIAM de WELLES KO26/ Lord of Wells, Parents: Sir Robert & Margery de Welle. 1/1. Regarding the English ancestry of the Four Brothers Spencer who were immigrants to America canamely William, Thomas, Michael and Gerard: I have followed Jack Taif Spencer and Edith Woolley Spencer, in their book The Spencers of the Great Migration, vol.

1 A.D. - set out their lineage thus. Genealogy Royal Noble Peer Duke Count Lord Baron Baronet Sir Peer Database Family Tree Europe Nobility Knight Peerage Marquess Earl. Born Died Married 13th July as his third wife Thomas Wharton (born Octoberdied ) who in changed the family name to Wharton- Duff.

4 recorded children. XII. Catherine Duff. Born Died (unm) Edinburgh XIII. Arthur Duff. Born Died 2nd June Buried Duff House Mausoleum. XIV. Margaret Duff. Born. Grace, wife of Michael Rayley, Jr., grand-daus., child. of sons Stephen, Henry, Charles and Thomas Greenwell, to daus.

of Jane Norris, wife of Thomas, and to dau. Mary, wife of John Heard, personalty. Testatrix desires to be buried with her husbands and child. on her plantation. Thomas Murfyn, an alderman and former Lord Mayor of London, had died in and his widow subsequently married Sir Thomas Denys, a friend of Thomas Cromwell, in His wife’s ample dowry included houses in St.

Helens Bishopsgate and Stepney. The couple had two sons: Henry, (c. – ) and Francis (c. – ). Lord Roger de Berchelai was mentioned in the Domesday Book as provost of the Manor of Berkeley under Earl William fitz Osborn.

His son, John de Berchelai went to Scotland in the train of Queen Margaret, ca (later St. Moieties of the manors of Filton and Harry Stoke were inherited by Margery, first wife of Sir Thomas FitzNichol, and the FitzNichols leased the moieties in to Edmund Blount and his wife Margaret (for the lives of Thomas and Margery) at 16 marks a year.

[CCR; CIPM xv, no. Hackett, Thomas to Haddo, Lord (William) Haddo, Methlick, Tarves and Kellie, 10th Lord (David George Ian Alexander) to Hadnall, Stephen Hadock, Caroline T.

to Hagen, Richard Llewellyn Whitley. Thomas Douglas Alexander (Sinclair) Earl 19 Jan Oamaru, Otago, Scotland - 09 Sep managed by Luke Lord Kemp-St. Margaret. William Sinclair Rosslyn Castle, Edinburgh, Midlothian Elizabeth (Sinclair) Dubose Jamestown, Berkeley, South Carolina - managed by Terry Kraft.

Alexander Sinclair abt Brew, Dunrossness.John of Carrick "King Robert III of Scots" Stewart was born on month dayat birth place, to Robert the Steward the 7th High Steward of Scotland Stewart II.

King of SCOTLAND, - Notable and Elizabeth (Muir,Mure,Mohr,More) Countess of Atholl, Queen of Scotland Stewart (born Mure of Rowallan).EDWARD SEYMOUR, DUKE OF SOMERSET, Lord Protector of England, born aboutwas the eldest surviving son of Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall, Wiltshire, by his wife Margaret, eldest daughter of Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlested, Seymours claimed descent from a companion of William the Conqueror, who took his name from St Maur-sur-Loire in Touraine; and the protector's mother was.