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Generation No. 12

 

      2056.  EDWARD PEERESONE (Source: (1) www.usroots.com/~compugen/pearson/., (2) Wilmslow Parish Records.), born Abt. 1580 in Bollin Twp., Wilmslow Parish, Cheshire, England; died 25 Jul 1648 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.  He married 2057. Ann North.

      2057.  Ann North

           Notes for EDWARD PEERESONE:

         Unknown who he wed. It is believed he was a thatcher. The following children were listed christened by father "Edward Peeresonne." Children listed are not necessarily of the same father; it was possible there were two Edwards, and without a wife's name, we can't tell.

        1656, Aug. 16, death of Robert Pearson, who was the first person buried at Mobberly Quaker Cem. All information from Wilmslow Parish registers, read on microfilm at F.H.C. Pownall Fee and Styall are villages in Wilmslow Parish. Mobberley Parish is adjoining Wilmslow Parish. Morley MM was in Wilmslow, but the cemetery was in Mobberley. MY NOTES: I know some of these dates don't fit. Children were commonly christened soon after birth. However, the weather was bad, if father was busy with work, or mother was ill, the christening took place whenever they could make the trip to the Parish church. Sometimes a child was christened in an adjoining parish while they were visiting relatives, or doing business there. The father on all the above christenings was listed as Ed Peeres, or Edward Peeresonne. There were other men named Edward (abbreviated Ed.), and Edmund (abbreviated Edmd.) in Wilmslow Parish, but they did not list the same township as home. These other men did not start having children till 1610.

            The surname is always spelled by the clerk of the parish as "Pierson", before 1576. Then there was a new clerk, who spelled it "Peeresonne", or abbreviated it as "Peeres''. Lawrence's name was spelled "Pierson" during his adult life. I have many notes of my original microfilm research, especially in Wilmslow Parish. None of those notes are in my computer, though. A Sarah Person, supposed sister of Robert, married Elias Farr, of N.J., and mentions in her will a niece Mary wife of John Scarbrough. It is a different Pearson family, from Lancashire. That Robert Pearson had a daughter Mary, born 20 June 1665, he came to Pa. 1682 with Penn, returned to England in 1684 with Penn.

     

Children of EDWARD PEERESONE and Ann North are:

       1028       i.      LAWRENCE PEIRSON, born 04 May 1607 in Bollin Twp., Wilmslow Parish, Cheshire; died Feb 1673 in Pownall Fee England; married (1) ANNE WORTH; married (2) ELIZABETH JANNEY Abt. 1650 in Moberly Quaker Burying Ground, 2 miles from Pownall Hall.

                     ii.      ROBERT PIERSON

                    iii.      JOHN PIERSON

                    iv.      JEFFEREY PIERSON

                     v.      ELIZABETH PIERSON

                    vi.      EDWARD PIERSON

                   vii.      THOMAS PIERSON

                  viii.      HELLENE PIERSON

 

 

      2058.  RANDLE JANNEY  He married 2059. ELLEN ALLRED.

      2059.  ELLEN ALLRED

     

Child of RANDLE JANNEY and ELLEN ALLRED is:

       1029       i.      ELIZABETH JANNEY, born 07 Jun 1620 in Pownall Fee, Cheshire, ENG; died 13 Aug 1662 in Pownall Fee England; married LAWRENCE PEIRSON Abt. 1650 in Moberly Quaker Burying Ground, 2 miles from Pownall Hall.

 

      2060.  WILLIAM SMITH, born 11 Feb 1612 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; died in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.  He was the son of 4120. JOHN SMITH and 4121. Margaret DEANE.  He married 2061. Ann RYLANSE 28 Sep 1637 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

      2061.  Ann RYLANSE, born 30 Jan 1612 in Morley, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.  She was the daughter of 4122. William RYLANSE and 4123. Elizabeth ELES.

         More About WILLIAM SMITH:

Christening: 1612

         More About WILLIAM SMITH and Ann RYLANSE:

Marriage: 28 Sep 1637, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England

     

Child of WILLIAM SMITH and Ann RYLANSE is:

       1030       i.      ROBERT SMITH, born Jun 1638 in lived in Cheshire; died 01 Apr 1696 in Morley MM, Cheshire, England; married ELLEN WILLIAMSON 18 Feb 1683 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      2062.  John WILLIAMSON, born 19 Dec 1603 in Cheshire, England; died in Cheshire, England.  He was the son of 4124. Nicholas WILLIAMSON and 4125. Isabell BRADSHAW.  He married 2063. Jane HARROP 07 Jan 1627 in Cheshire, England.

      2063.  Jane HARROP, born Abt. 1603.

           More About John WILLIAMSON and Jane HARROP:

Marriage: 07 Jan 1627, Cheshire, England

     

Child of John WILLIAMSON and Jane HARROP is:

       1031       i.      ELLEN WILLIAMSON, born 02 Nov 1628 in Pownall Fee, Cheshire, England; died 09 Feb 1724; married ROBERT SMITH 18 Feb 1683 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      2304.  John Grigsby, born 1505 in Maidstone, Kent, Eng; died 19 Jan 1549 in Mersham, Eng cause of death was suicide by drowning.  He married 2305. Margaret Shrap Abt. 1525 in Loose, Kent, Eng.

      2305.  Margaret Shrap, born Unknown; died Unknown.  She was the daughter of 4610. Alexander Sharp and 4611. Johanna Brode.

              More About John Grigsby and Margaret Shrap:

Marriage: Abt. 1525, Loose, Kent, Eng

     

Children of John Grigsby and Margaret Shrap are:

       1152       i.      Alexander Grigsby, born Abt. 1526 in Maidstone, Eng; died 12 Apr 1575 in Mersham, Eng; married Anna 1552 in Mersham, Eng..

                     ii.      Justinian Grigsby

                    iii.      Margaret Grigsby

                    iv.      Elizabeth Grigsby

                     v.      Mary Grigsby

                    vi.      Catherine Grigsby

 

      3380.  John MULLINS, born Abt. 1546.  He married 3381. Joane BRIDGER 08 Jul 1571.

      3381.  Joane BRIDGER

              More About John MULLINS and Joane BRIDGER:

Marriage: 08 Jul 1571

     

Children of John MULLINS and Joane BRIDGER are:

       1690       i.      William MULLINS, born Abt. 1572; died 21 Feb 1620 in Plymouth, Essex, Massachusetts, American Colonies; married Alice.

                     ii.      John MULLINS

                    iii.      Edward MULLINS

 

      3384.  Richard WYLLYS, born 1573 in Fenny Compton, Warwick, England; died 10 Jun 1597 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England.  He was the son of 6768. Ambrosius WILLIS and 6769. Agneta COLE.  He married 3385. Hester CHAMBERS 1591 in Stoke, Warwick, England.

      3385.  Hester CHAMBERS, born 1567 in Williamscote, Oxford, England; died Aft. 1597.  She was the daughter of 6770. George CHAMBERS and 6771. Judith CALCOTT.

             More About Richard WYLLYS:

Burial: Church St Peter & St Clare

            More About Richard WYLLYS and Hester CHAMBERS:

Marriage: 1591, Stoke, Warwick, England

     

Children of Richard WYLLYS and Hester CHAMBERS are:

       1692       i.      Richard Willis, born Bef. 1607 in England; died 16 Oct 1628; married Jane Henmarsh Abt. 1624 in Middlesex County, VA.

                     ii.      George Willis

                    iii.      William Willis

                    iv.      Judith Willis

                     v.      Marie Willis

                    vi.      Elizabeth Willis

                   vii.      Ann Willis

                  viii.      Bridget Willis

 

      3592.  Thomas Robins, born Abt. 1545; died 07 Aug 1606 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng..  He was the son of 7184. Richard Robins and 7185. Unknown.  He married 3593. Elizabeth Pawmer.

3593.    Elizabeth Pawmer (Source: FHL microfiche 6127993.).

           Notes for Thomas Robins:

       The family seat of the Robins family of Northamptonshire, England,  was Long Buckby, approximately 10 miles northwest of the town of Northampton. Richard Robins II, son of Thomas & Elizabeth Pamer Robins, was not yet of age when his grandfather Richard Robins I wrote his will in 1582. Richard Robins II, Gent., was buried at Long Buckby on May 19, 1634. He had married Dorothy Goodman, daughter of Edward & Mary Rushall Goodman.  Richard Robins II of Buckby died leaving a will dated March 1, 1633, which left bequests to his wife Dorothy and sons Obedience, Edward, John & Thomas Robins. Richard & Dorothy Goodman Robins were the parents of Continue (dau.), Richard III, Obedience, John, Edward, Sarah, Thomas, Dorothy, Lemuell (dau.), and Mary Robins. [1] 

             The Long Buckby parish register (Greenall op. cit.) lists the marriage of Thomas Robbens and Elizabeth Pamer on (illegible) 1563. Six children of Thomas are named in the will of their grandfather, Richard Robins, written

                 20 October 1584. The parish register lists the baptism of Henry, son of Thomas Robbens and ux on (illegible) December l584, and the burial of Henry on 7 December 1584. "Samwell' son of Thomas Robbens and ux was baptized 20 June 1587.

               There are different opinions on the surname of Thomas ROBINS wife Elizabeth. A 1939 manuscript by Thomas ROBINS listed her name as PARKES or PARKER.  A book published in 1971 by GREENALL abstracting the Long Buckby parish records listed the spelling as PAMER.  A County Archivist at the Northamptonshire Record Office in 1996 stated it was very difficult to read, but thought it looked very much like PARISH.  The record is available on FHL microfiche 6127993. Personally, the name looks to me to be the same as the name which appears a few entries away in the marriage records, and is more readable as PAWMER.  As the surname PAMER/PAWMER/PALMER is one that occurs in the parish and neighboring ones, and I more inclined to believe that is the correct surname.

               

Children of Thomas Robins and Elizabeth Pawmer are:

       1796       i.      Richard Robins, born Abt. 1566; died 19 May 1634 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng; married Dorothy Goodman 21 Jun 1597.

                     ii.      William Robins, born Abt. 1569; died Unknown.

                    iii.      Thomas Robins, born Abt. 1575; died Unknown.

                    iv.      Jone Robins, born Abt. 1578; married William Wills 11 Mar 1594 in Long Bucky.

                     v.      John Robins, born Abt. 1581; died Unknown.

                    vi.      Henry Robins, born Abt. 1584; died 07 Dec 1584 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng.

                   vii.      Samuel Robins, born 20 Jun 1587 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng.; died Unknown.

 

      3594.  Edward Goodman (Source: Church of Englnad, Parish Church of Badby, FHL microfiche 6,126,623.), born Unknown; died 05 Feb 1622 in Northamptonshire, Eng.  He married 3595. Mary Rushall.

      3595.  Mary Rushall (Source: (1) Church of Englnad, Parish Church of Badby, FHL microfiche 6,126,623., (2) Margery Rushall will, Archdeaconry Court of Northampton wills and    administrations, 1st Series, X:62-63, FHL microfilm 0,187,589., (3) Mary Goodman will, Archdeaconry Court of Northampton wills and administrations, 1st Ser., OE:59, FHL microfilm 0,187,594, Mary Goodman will, Archdeaconry Court of Northampton wills and administrations, 1st Ser., OE:59, FHL microfilm 0,187,594.), born Abt. 1555 in Badby, Northamptonshire, Eng.; died 17 Feb 1626 in Badby, Northamptonshire, Eng..  She was the daughter of 7190. John Rushall and 7191. Margery.

            More About Edward Goodman:

Burial: Badby, Northamptonshire, England

             Notes for Mary Rushall:

WILL DATED FEB 1626

In the name of God amen I Mary Goodman of Badby the Countie of Northampton

widdoe being sicke in body but I thank God of good mynd & memorie doo

make & ordayne this my last will & testament in manner & forme as followes.

   Imprimis I recomend my soule into the hands of Allmightie God my most

Allmightie Creator & mercifull redemer & my body to the earth from whence

it was first taken.

   Item I give & bequeath to my daughter Dorthie Robins five shillings &

to every of her children three shillings & four pence apeice to be payd

to every of them within the span of one year next after my decease.

   Item I give & bequeath to my daughter Sarah Higginson five shilllings

& to every of her children three shillings & four pence apeice to be

payd to every of them within the span of one year after my decease.

   Item I give & bequeath to my grandchildren Edward Goodman & Mary

Goodman twentie shillings apeice & to every one of the rest of my son

John Goodmans other children tenn shillings apeice to be payd within the

span of one year after my decease.

   Item I give to the poore of Badby tenn shillings to be payd within the

span of two months after my decease.

   Item all other my goods not given nor bequeathed I give & bequeath to

my son John Goodman who I make & appoynt to be my only executor of this

my last will & testamnet & I ordayne my trusted & welbeloved Thomas

Rushall my brother & Willm Downing my kinsman to be my faythful overseers

to who I give for their paynes hearin two shillings apeice & in witness

that this is my last will & testament I have hereunto put my hand xv Feb.

1626. 

                              Mary  X  Goodman

This done in the presence of Raphael Heywood his mark

The will was probated on the last day of March 1627.

     

Children of Edward Goodman and Mary Rushall are:

       1797       i.      Dorothy Goodman, born Abt. 1579 in Northamptonshire, Eng; died 20 Feb 1640 in Long Buckby, Eng; married Richard Robins 21 Jun 1597.

                     ii.      Sarah Goodman, born Abt. 1582; died Unknown.

                    iii.      John Goodman, born 05 Sep 1587; died Unknown.

 

      3596.  George CORNISH (Source: (1) Joseph Jackson Howard and Joseph Lemuel Chester, ed., The Visitation   of London anno Dominia 1633, 1634, and 1635, (London: Mitchell and   Hughes, Wardour Street W., 1880) being one of the Publications of the   Harleian Society, XV:191.., (2) C. S. Gilbert, An Historical Survey of the County of Cornwall,    (Plymouth: J. Congdon, 1817-1820), 2:81.., (3) Parish of St. Hilary and Marazion, FHL microfilm 0,254,217.), died 04 Dec 1779 in Tiverton, Devon, Eng.  He married 3597. Maria/Mary LAWRENCE.

      3597.  Maria/Mary LAWRENCE

             Notes for George CORNISH:

Walter Cornish of Tiverton, Devon, England was descended from the "Cornishof Cornish Hall" in Cornwall. While this location has not been identified the arms and crest used by Walter's grandson George is nearly identical to that of the CORNISH family of Marazion, Cornwall. The only apparent differences are that the arms of George CORNISH contain a crescent on both the chevron and on the Cornish chough, and the plant growing from the base of the crest of the George CORNISH arms contain

small circles (berries?) not seen on the Marazion arms.  My understanding

of heraldry is that a crescent represents descent from a second son.  Anyone more knowledgable of heraldry please contact me.  The earliest known person on the Marazion family is William CORNISH, Esq. who was buried 4 Dec. 1779, age 59.  It may be that the CORNISH family of Tiverton, Devon and that from Marazion, Cornwall descend from a not too distant common ancestor.

     

Children of George CORNISH and Maria/Mary LAWRENCE are:

       1798       i.      Richard CORNISH, born 25 Jan 1578 in Tiverton, Eng.; died 29 Sep 1625; married Grace GOODING 27 Jun 1604.

                     ii.      Alice CORNISH, born Abt. 1564.

                    iii.      Prudence CORNISH, born Abt. 1566.

                    iv.      James CORNISH, born Abt. 1568.

                     v.      Annes CORNISH, born 28 Sep 1570.

                    vi.      Thomas CORNISH, born 04 Mar 1571.

                   vii.      Margaret CORNISH, born 09 Jan 1574.

                  viii.      Ellen/Ellnor CORNISH, born 12 Apr 1577.

                    ix.      George CORNISH, born 18 Apr 1581.

 

      3600.  Robert Chew, born 1525 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died 1591 in Billington, Lanacashire, England.  He was the son of 7200. Richard Chew and 7201. Elena.  He married 3601. Ana Chatburne 24 Apr 1546 in Whalley Parish, England.

      3601.  Ana Chatburne, born 1525 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died Unknown in Lancashire, England.

                  More About Robert Chew and Ana Chatburne:

Marriage: 24 Apr 1546, Whalley Parish, England

     

Children of Robert Chew and Ana Chatburne are:

       1800       i.      Joseph Crew, born 14 May 1552 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died 17 Jan 1640 in Bewdly, Worcestershire, England; married Elizabeth Gott.

                     ii.      Robert Crew, born 11 Jul 1549 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died Unknown.

                    iii.      John Crew, born 14 Mar 1552; died 1640.

 

      4008.  Nicholas Kellogg (Source: Alva M. Tuttle, "Tuttle-Tuthill Lines in America", 1968.), born 1488 in Debden, Essex, England,; died 17 May 1558 in Debden, Essex, England.  He married 4009. Florence Hall 04 Oct 1515 in Debdon, Essex.

      4009.  Florence Hall, born 1490 in Debden, Essex, England; died 08 Nov 1571 in Debden, Essex, England.  She was the daughter of 8018. William Hall and 8019. Florence Byeston.

             Notes for Nicholas Kellogg:

Where he came from, or if his ancestors had lived for many generations in Essex Co., is not known. He was in Debden, and was a witness to the will of William Hall, his father-in-law, on 4 October 1515. In 1525 he and William Kellogg were taxed in the earliest Subsidy Returns for Debden now found. From that time until his death in 1558, his name appears at various times in the tax rolls. The names of all of his children are not known since he did not mention them in his will, and theearliest entries in the parish register are in the year of his death. The Manorial Court Rolls indicate that he had at least two sons, William and Thomas. From the frequency of the name in the registers of Debden, it would seem to have been the home of several Kellogg families, and the similarity of given names of Kelloggs in neighboring parishes a generation later indicates that they were all descended from the Debden family.

        In the Court of Requests (a court of equity for poor persons), in London, a lawsuit was filed against Nicholas Kellogg, which is interesting from the picture it presents of the customs of the period, and it shows the first recorded Kellogg in a favorable light. In 1546, the thirty-eigth year of the reign of King Henry VIII, Thomas Colain, or Coleman, complained that Nicholas Kellogg, Robert Write, and William Gardiner, without either right, or color of title, with force and arms, entered the church house in Debden, which he had occupied for twenty years, and expelled him therefrom, and took certain goods and chattels to the value of 20 pounds, and would not allow him to occupy the said messuage, nor deliver to him the said goods and chattels “to the utter impoverishment of said complaintant forever, unless your Highness moved with pity, make some order herein.” He prayed process of Privy Seal against said Kellogg, Write and Gardiner, as “your orator is a very poor man, and not of habeylyte to pursue any suit against them, commmanding them to appear at your Grace’s Whythall at Westminster, there to make answer to the premises.”

        In their answer, the defendants said that the bill of complaint was “most untruly fayned and imagined by the compleynaunt by sinister ayde and amintenance of certain persons” whereof defendants prayed to have remedy and advantage. Furthermore, the messuage mentioned in the bill was the property of the church and the defendants, as church wardens, did demise and lease on 1 June 38th Henry VIII (1546) for seven years to farm the said messuage to the said Nicholas Kellogg, to hold from the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, then following. They denied that they took any of the plaintiff’s goods and chattels and said that Nicholas Kellogg, at the time of his entry into the church house, found many possessions belonging to the complainant, at which time said Kellogg “in presence of divers of his honest neighbors caused an inventory to be made,” so that the said complainant might take and have them without interruption of said defendants or either of them.

        As a witness that they told the truth, Thomas Nutlake, parson of the parish church, in his deposition, quiantly said:

 

“Forasmuche as it is a dede of charite to testifye the treuth in matters of variances whereby all dowghts and Ambyguytes the reyther may be removyed and the right trowth more playnlye may apere and be knowen, I thomas Nutlake, parson of the parish churche of Depden . . . rede a certain copy in wryting of the ordre or decre made in the Kings honorable Curt of his Whitall the last Trinite term in his secunde yere of his most gracious reigne which was upon a Sundaye immediately after hye masse whereas I dyd calle Wyllyam Gardyner and Nycholas Kellogge to here the said wryting redde . . . . and the said partys answeryd thay would delyver the sayd goods and the twysdaye next after they desired me to go with them and to meet said Coleman and to deliver said goods, and that day said Coleman did not come while I was there.”

Nicholas' own testimony completely demolished Coleman’s case:

“Xvi die Novembris Anno 2 Edward VI [A.D. 1548], Nicholas Kelhoge of the age of iii/xx [three score] saith upon his oath that he was ready at the comying of Colman and would have delyvered the goods demanded but he could get no rowme to put theym notwithstandyng that he requyred the parson ther to have had a rowme to put the goodes but the parson sayd that he was a besy [mischief maker] he shulh have noo house ther.”

        The descent of property from William Hall to the son and great grandson of Nicholas Kellogg may be traced by the wills of William and Alice Kellogg and the rolls of the Manorial Court of Debden.

             More About Florence Hall:

Burial: Debden, Essex, England

           More About Nicholas Kellogg and Florence Hall:

Marriage: 04 Oct 1515, Debdon, Essex

     

Children of Nicholas Kellogg and Florence Hall are:

       2004       i.      Thomas Kellogg, born 1521; died 12 Mar 1568 in England; married Florence Byrd.

                     ii.      William Kellogg, born 02 Feb 1516.

 

      4010.  Philip Byrd

     

Child of Philip Byrd is:

       2005       i.      Florence Byrd, married Thomas Kellogg.

 

 

Generation No. 13

 

      4120.  JOHN SMITH, born 30 Aug 1588 in living in Cheshire; died in Cheshire, England.  He was the son of 8240. RANDLE SMITH.  He married 4121. Margaret DEANE 22 Aug 1603 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

      4121.  Margaret DEANE, born Abt. 1588.

             More About JOHN SMITH and Margaret DEANE:

Marriage: 22 Aug 1603, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England

     

Child of JOHN SMITH and Margaret DEANE is:

       2060       i.      WILLIAM SMITH, born 11 Feb 1612 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; died in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; married Ann RYLANSE 28 Sep 1637 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      4122.  William RYLANSE, born 12 Jan 1575 in Morley, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; died 1632 in Cheshire, England.  He was the son of 8244. Richar RYLANSE.  He married 4123. Elizabeth ELES 01 May 1605 in ngland.

      4123.  Elizabeth ELES, born Abt. 1575 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

             More About William RYLANSE and Elizabeth ELES:

Marriage: 01 May 1605, ngland

     

Child of William RYLANSE and Elizabeth ELES is:

       2061       i.      Ann RYLANSE, born 30 Jan 1612 in Morley, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; married WILLIAM SMITH 28 Sep 1637 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      4124.  Nicholas WILLIAMSON, born 17 Feb 1575 in Fulshaw, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.  He was the son of 8248. Charles WILLIAMSON.  He married 4125. Isabell BRADSHAW 03 Sep 1603 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

      4125.  Isabell BRADSHAW, born 1589 in Mobberly, Cheshire, England.  She was the daughter of 8250. Rondle BLACKSHAW.

             More About Nicholas WILLIAMSON:

Occupation: barber in Fulshaw, one of the townships that make up Wilmslow Parish

            More About Nicholas WILLIAMSON and Isabell BRADSHAW:

Marriage: 03 Sep 1603, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England

     

Child of Nicholas WILLIAMSON and Isabell BRADSHAW is:

       2062       i.      John WILLIAMSON, born 19 Dec 1603 in Cheshire, England; died in Cheshire, England; married Jane HARROP 07 Jan 1627 in Cheshire, England.

 

      4610.  Alexander Sharp, born 1480.  He was the son of 9220. William Sharp.  He married 4611. Johanna Brode.

      4611.  Johanna Brode

     

Child of Alexander Sharp and Johanna Brode is:

       2305       i.      Margaret Shrap, born Unknown; died Unknown; married John Grigsby Abt. 1525 in Loose, Kent, Eng.

 

      6768.  Ambrosius WILLIS, born 1533 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England; died Abt. 1590.  He was the son of 13536. William WYLLYS and 13537. Anna CLARKE.  He married 6769. Agneta COLE Abt. 1570.

      6769.  Agneta COLE, born 1535.

             More About Ambrosius WILLIS and Agneta COLE:

Marriage: Abt. 1570

Children of Ambrosius WILLIS and Agneta COLE are:

       3384       i.      Richard WYLLYS, born 1573 in Fenny Compton, Warwick, England; died 10 Jun 1597 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England; married Hester CHAMBERS 1591 in Stoke, Warwick, England.

                     ii.      Thomas WYLLY

      6770.  George CHAMBERS, born Abt. 1537 in Of Petton, Salop, Shropshire, England.  He married 6771. Judith CALCOTT 1565.

      6771.  Judith CALCOTT, born 1539.  She was the daughter of 13542. Walter CALCOTT and 13543. Alice WADE.

             More About George CHAMBERS and Judith CALCOTT:

Marriage: 1565

     

Child of George CHAMBERS and Judith CALCOTT is:

       3385       i.      Hester CHAMBERS, born 1567 in Williamscote, Oxford, England; died Aft. 1597; married Richard WYLLYS 1591 in Stoke, Warwick, England.

 

      7184.  Richard Robins (Source: Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 35 Watson, GS film 0091966.), born Abt. 1508; died 22 Jun 1584 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng..  He was the son of 14368. Thomas Robins and 14369. Joan.  He married 7185. Unknown.

7185.    Unknown

             Notes for Richard Robins:

Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 35 Watson, GS film 0091966. 

Richard"Robyns" of "Long Bugby" wrote his will on 20 October 1582.

 

         In the Name of God Amen In the yeare of our Lorde god one thowsand five hundred fowrescore and twoe and the Twentieth daie of October I Richarde Robyns of Longbugby in the Countie of Northt yeoman being sicke in bodye and whole in mynde and of good and perfect memorie (god by thanked for yt) Doe institute and ordayne this my testament conteyning my last will in  manner and fourme following.

   First I bequeathe my soule unto Allmightie god whoe is my maker Lorde and Saviour, and my body to be buryed in the northe Ile within the parishe Churche of Longbubgy aforesaide:

   Imprimis I gyve to the Mother Churche of Petersboroughe fowre pence

   Item I gyve to be bestowed amongest the poore of this parishe Twentye shillings, to be distributed by the discresssion of my Executors.

   Item I give to Richarde Robyns sonne to Thomas Robyns my Sonne five horsses and the best carte.

   Item to the same Richarde I give sixe milche kyne.

   Item to the same Richarde I give threescore sheepe, And also I give the same Richarde the best pott and the best panne, All the whiche to be delyvered at the daie of his marriage or at one and twentye yeares of his age: Also I give to the same Richarde (after the death of my sonne Thomas Robyns) my occupying with all the Domeynes lying and being within the Towne and feildes of Longbugby aforesayde, As taxes tenements, orchards, gardens, closes, pastures and feedings with all other appurtenaunces thereunto belonging, for him and his heires for ever yf he have any yssue which are sonnes whiche are of the male kynde to inherit, yf not I will that the next of his kyndered or stocke which is the senior to remaine to him and his heires for ever, after the death of Richarde, yf they are of the male kynde, and so I will that yt shall remayne to kindred and the

calling of the Robinces for ever: And also I will that yf anye theise aforesayde they their heires executors or assingnes doe putt alwais or cause to be putt always by buying or selling, or any unlawfull meanes my partt or parcell of the saide premisses, Then I Will that yt shall remayne unto the next of that kyndred whiche is of the male kynde and name of the Robinces;

   First I give to the same Richarde twoe of the best saltinge Troughesand the hole haveltember, and ploughe tymber, which is remayning upon the saide grounde (after the deathe of my sonne Thomas his father.)

   Item I give to William Robyns, sonne to my sonne Thomas Robyns one horsse and carte fowre beafe and threescore sheepe and one pott beside his owne to be delivered at the daie of his mariage or at the age of one and twentye yeares.

   Item I give to Edward Robyns sonne to my sonne Thomas Robyns three beafe and thirtye sheepe (besyde his owne) All the whiche to be delivered at the daie of his marriage, or also at the age of one and twentye yeares.

   Item I give unto Thomas Robyns sonne to my sonne Thomas Robins one cowe and fourtye sheepe, to be delivered at the daie of his mariage or also at the age of one and twenty yeares.

   Item I give unto Jone Robyns the daughter of my sonne Thomas Robins Tenne poundes of lawfull money and Twentye sheepe, All the whiche to be delyvered at the daye of her marriage, or else at the age of one and twentie yeares.

   Item I give unto John Robyns sonne to my sonne Thomas Robyns Sixe poundes thirtene shilliges eight pence, one cowe and twenty sheepe, to be  delyvered at the daye of his marriage, or else at the age of one and twentye yeares.

   Also I will that yf any of theise childrenn aforesaide departe this worlde before they be married, I will that theire parte to be equally devided to them that are lyving: Also I will that yf any of theise childrenn aforesaide shalbee infected with any sicknes or other diseases that they cannot be able to take the paines nor labour before theye be

contracted or married, Then I will that they shalbe kepte uppon the grounde

until suche tyme that they shall recover theire healthe againe.

   Item I will that yf my daughter Elizabeth doe overlyve my sonne Thomas, that then she to rest uppon the grounde and to have her fynding and clothing so longe as she keepe her self unmarried And yf she doe marrye, to have no longer tyme on the premisses.

   Item I give to everie one of William Wylles children whiche he had by my daughter Alice, three shillings fower pence a peece.

   Item I give to the children of Henry Alman of Mares Ashby which he had by my daughter Jone Three shillings fower pence a peece.

   Item I give to every one of my servannts fower pence.

   Item to everye one of my godchildren fower pence.

   Item I give to my daughter Alice Willes sixe shillings eight pence.

   Item I give to my Daughter Creaton sixe shillings eight pence.

   The rest of my goods not given nor bequeathed (my debtes and Legacies beinge paid, and my funerall dischared) I give to Thomas Robyns my sonne, whome I make my full executor to have my occupyinge so longe as he lyveth. I give unto William Willes and John Creaton to be supervisors of this my last will and testament, and to have for their paines therein Three shillings fower pence a peece.

John Woodworth scriptoreus John Andrewe Henry Collman

The will was probated on 4 Nov. 1584.

 

      Children of Richard Robins and Unknown are:

       3592       i.      Thomas Robins, born Abt. 1545; died 07 Aug 1606 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng; married Elizabeth Pawmer.

                     ii.      Elizabeth Robins, born Unknown; died 16 Apr 1626 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng; married William Willes May 1568.

                    iii.      Alice Robins, born Unknown; died 16 Apr 1626 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng; married William Willes May 1568.

                    iv.      Jone Robins, born Unknown; married Henry Alman Jan 1569;

                        V   . Isabell Robins, born Unknown; married (1) John Creaton;

 

      7190.  John Rushall (Source: (1) 1. Church of England, Parish Church of Badby, FHL microfiche 6,126,623.., (2) John Rushall will, Archdeaconry Court of Northampton wills and    administrations, 2nd Series, N:156, FHL microfilm 0,187,608.), born Unknown in Badby, Nhant, England.  He married 7191. Margery.

      7191.  Margery (Source: Margery Rushall will, Archdeaconry Court of Northmapton wills and administrations, 1st Series, X:62-63, FHL microfilm 0,187,589, Margery Rushall will, Archdeaconry Court of Northmapton wills and administrations, 1st Series, X:62-63, FHL microfilm 0,187,589.), born Unknown in Badby, Nhant, England.

        Notes for Margery:

(John?) RUSHALL m. Margery buried 19 Mar. 1602 (1603) Badby, Northamptonshire, England

 

Margery's husband may have been named John.  There were two men of this name

living in Badby having children at the same time.  Children baptized as

children of a John RUSHALL (wife not named) include:

Henry bap. 13 Sep. 1561

Dorothie bap 30 Nov. 1561

John bap. 6 Oct. 1566

William bap. 10 June 1569

Dorothie bap. 12 Sep. 1570

One may be the John RUSHALL buried  2 June 1570, and the other the John

buried 4 Aug. 1597 at Badby.

In addition, a John RUSHALL married Ales DAFFE 17 Jan. 1569, and had

several chidren  born after this time.

 

Children of Margery, named in her will:

1. John RUSHALL b. ca. 1555; m. Margaret GYBBONS; m. 2 Nov. 1577;

   d. between 15 Apr. and 14 Oct. 1630 Newnham, Northamptonshire,England

2. Mary RUSHALL b. ca. 1561 Badby, Northamptonshire, England; m. Edward

   GOODMAN; bur. 17 Feb. 1626 (1627) Badby

3. Thomas RUSHALL (perhaps the one baptized bap. 12 Jan. 1563 (1564))

   Badby, Northamptonshire, England; m. Dorothy LINES 11 May 1594;

   bur. 5 Sep. 1631 Badby

4. Anna RUSHALL b. ca. 1570 Badby, Northamptonshire, England; m. Thomas

   SMITH 13 May 1594

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In the name of god Amen Jannar 13 1598 I Margery Rushall of Badbye in the

Countie of Northt widowe though weak in bodye yet perfect in mynde and

memory doe make and ordane this my Last will and testamt in manner and

forme as followeth.

  Imprimis I recomend my soule into the hands of Allmightie god my maker

Redeemer and continuall preserver, and my body to be buryed in the Church

or Church yarde of Badbye.

   Item I give and bequeath to John Rushall my sonne Thomas Rushall his

sonne all that cropp of Corne that is or may be represented myne at my

tyme of Death & a cowe, a sheepe all hovells and lofts anddead moveable

wood about my howse or yard And all carte plowes horse geares and such

like belonging to husbandry, and all the tables and formes about the house,

and a garner above the entre and the standing bedstedd over the parlour

together with the fether bedd and beddinge at this type thereto belonging

provyding allwaies in this bequest that my sonne Thomas Rushall his father

shall have hold and enjoy them and everie of them for his lyfe tyme, and

then leave them to his use as herebye I have bequeathed them.

   Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Marye the wyfe of Edwarde

Goodman one paire of sheets and two pewter Dishes one bigger one lesser.

   Item I give to her eldest Daughter Dorothie the wyfe of Richard Robins

of Long Buckby and to her daughter Continew Robins each of them one sheepe.

   Item I give to my daughter Maryes sonne John Goodman one sheepe and to

her other daughter Sara Goodman my yongest yearling heyfer and one sheepe.

   Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Anna Smith the wife of Thomas

Smith one heyfer, two ewes, two lambes and two payre of sheets.

   Item I give to her sonne Thomas Smith one sheepe.

   Item I give to John Rushall the eldest sonne of my sonne John Rushall

of Newenham one sheepe, and a Coper that is the chamber over the parlor

which is my best copper. And to Henry Rushall his second sonne my godson

a cowe and a sheepe. And to Thomas Rushall and Manasseh Rushall his other

two sonnes each of them a sheepe.

   Item To Robert Burrowe of Napton I forgive xxx shillings which he oweth me.

   Item to his daughter Anna Burrowe I give one sheepe and one paire of sheets.

   Item I give to Anna Burrowe of Brawnson my Sister my best gowne & 2 sheepe.

   Item I give to Henry Rogers of Drayton my god sonne one sheepe.

   Item I give to Willm Blondell of Stavton a strike of corne.

   Item I give to Willm Goode my servant one sheepe and a strike of corne.

   Item I give to Isabell Hirkman my mayde one paire of sheets two pewter

Dishes and one sawser.

   Item I give to the poore of Badby fower strike of corn to be devyded

among them according to their needs and yf that be not sufficient I will

that more be added thereunto it.

   Item I give to John Tobie and James Tobie and Dorothie Tobie the

children of John Tobie of Welton Deceased each of them two sheepe.

   Item all other my goods whatsoever not given nor bequeathed I leave

to my sonnes Thomas Rushall and John Rushall whom I make and ordaine to

be myne Executors of this my Last will and testament whereof I appointmy trustie &

wel beloved Raphael Heywood of Badbye clerk to be my faythfull overseer to deliver my true intent & meaning in all the precins that accodinglie thereunto whollie and fullie & in everie part thereof this my presente last will and testament may without fraude &

guile an in all quietnes be performed. Sealed the daie and yeare above written and acknowledged to be the true will as it is on the syde written, and in the Last bequest interlyned by us and in the presence of us whose names are under written.

Raphael Heywood       Thomas Leeson            Henry Rushall

The will was probated on 12 April 1603.

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The maiden name of Margery is unknown.  She is not as claimed by some, the

Mrs. Margery PATCHING, widow of Richard PATCHING of Horsham, Sussex, taking as a second husband John RUSHALL.  Richard PATCHING had children baptized at Horsham in 1560, 1562, 1563, 1564, and 1569.  Richard PATCHING was

buried at Horsham on 29 April 1568.  As Margery, widow of John RUSHALL also

had children born in the 1560s, the two Margerys, widow of Richard PATCHING,

and Margery who married John RUSHALL cannot be the same person having

children by different husbands at the same time.

           More About Margery:

Burial: 19 Mar 1602, Badby, Northamptonshire, Eng.

     

Children of John Rushall and Margery are:

       3595       i.      Mary Rushall, born Abt. 1555 in Badby, Northamptonshire, Eng.; died 17 Feb 1626 in Badby, Northamptonshire, Eng; married Edward Goodman.

                     ii.      John RUSHALL, born 1555; died 14 Oct 1630 in Newnham, Northamptonshire,.

                    iii.      Thomas RUSHALL, born 12 Jan 1563.

                    iv.      Anna RUSHALL, born 1570.

 

      7200.  Richard Chew, born 1500 in Olgeave, Lancashire, England; died 13 Feb 1561.  He was the son of 14400. Richard Chew.  He married 7201. Elena.

      7201.  Elena, born 1500 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died 01 Jul 1563 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England.

     

Child of Richard Chew and Elena is:

       3600       i.      Robert Chew, born 1525 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died 1591 in Billington, Lanacashire, England; married Ana Chatburne 24 Apr 1546 in Whalley Parish, England.

 

      8018.  William Hall, born 1464; died in Debden, England.  He married 8019. Florence Byeston.

      8019.  Florence Byeston, born 1468.

     

Child of William Hall and Florence Byeston is:

       4009       i.      Florence Hall, born 1490 in Debden, Essex, England; died 08 Nov 1571 in Debden, Essex, England; married Nicholas Kellogg 04 Oct 1515 in Debdon, Essex.

 

 

Generation No. 14

 

      8240.  RANDLE SMITH, born 28 May 1565 in living in Cheshire.  He was the son of 16480. Robert Smith and 16481. Sybell Ryle.

            More About RANDLE SMITH:

Christening: 1565

     

Child of RANDLE SMITH is:

       4120       i.      JOHN SMITH, born 30 Aug 1588 in living in Cheshire; died in Cheshire, England; married Margaret DEANE 22 Aug 1603 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      8244.  Richar RYLANSE, born Abt. 1549.

     

Child of Richar RYLANSE is:

       4122       i.      William RYLANSE, born 12 Jan 1575 in Morley, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; died 1632 in Cheshire, England; married Elizabeth ELES 01 May 1605 in ngland.

 

      8248.  Charles WILLIAMSON, born Abt. 1549 in Presbury, Cheshire, England.  He was the son of 16496. Nicholas WILLIAMSON and 16497. Ann.

     

Child of Charles WILLIAMSON is:

       4124       i.      Nicholas WILLIAMSON, born 17 Feb 1575 in Fulshaw, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England; married Isabell BRADSHAW 03 Sep 1603 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      8250.  Rondle BLACKSHAW, born Abt. 1563 in England.

     

Child of Rondle BLACKSHAW is:

       4125       i.      Isabell BRADSHAW, born 1589 in Mobberly, Cheshire, England; married Nicholas WILLIAMSON 03 Sep 1603 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

      9220.  William Sharp, born 1458.

     

Child of William Sharp is:

       4610       i.      Alexander Sharp, born 1480; married Johanna Brode.

 

      13536.  William WYLLYS, born Abt. 1512 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England.  He was the son of 27072. Richard WYLLYS and 27073. Joanne DE NORBROOK.  He married 13537. Anna CLARKE.

      13537.  Anna CLARKE, born Abt. 1516 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England.

     

Children of William WYLLYS and Anna CLARKE are:

       6768       i.      Ambrosius WILLIS, born 1533 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England; died Abt. 1590; married Agneta COLE Abt. 1570.

                     ii.      Richard WILLIS

 

 

      13542.  Walter CALCOTT, born 1509 in Willescott, Oxford, England..  He married 13543. Alice WADE.

      13543.  Alice WADE, born Abt. 1513.

     

Child of Walter CALCOTT and Alice WADE is:

       6771       i.      Judith CALCOTT, born 1539; married George CHAMBERS 1565.

 

      14368.  Thomas Robins (Source: Archdeaconry Court of Northamption 'wills and Adm., 1st. Ser., Bk. D, pg 397, GS film 0187576.), born Abt. 1480 in England; died 1531 in Holenby, Co. Northamption, England.  He married 14369. Joan.

      14369.  Joan (Source: Archdeaconry Court of Northamption 'wills and Adm., 1st. Ser., Bk. E, pg 170, GS film 0187577.), born Abt. 1486; died Abt. 1535.

             Notes for Thomas Robins:

In the name of god Amen the eighth daye of January the yere of our Lord

god milli am xxxi and in the yere of the Reyne of our saverer lord King Henry the eighth the xxiii I Thomas Robyns of Holdenby in the countye of Northampton husbendman hole of mynde and of good and perfect memorie thanks be to allmitie god make this my Last will and testament in manner and form follwing that is to say that I bequethe my Soule to Allmytie god and our blessed lady and to all the holye compeny of heaven my body is to be buried in the  church yard of all Saints in Holdenby afforesaid. 

 It[em] to the mother church of Lincoln vii d.

 Item I beqthe to the hie allter in the church of holdenbye for tithings and oblacouts? bie me nerly gentlye forgotton ii s.

 Item I guyff and bequethe to the rode lights one pounde of wax.

 Item to our ladye lights i L. of wax.

 Item to seynt john lights the baptise i lb of waxe.

 Item to the Sepulchre ligths i L. of wax.

 Item to seint xpofer lights i L. of waxe.

 Item to allhollows lights i L. of waxe.

 Item I bequethe toward the Repacons of the bells vi d.

 Item I guyff and bequethe to john Robyns my son v L. and a bullik.

 Item I guyff to joane Robyns my daughter c s. and a bullok.

 Item I guyff to Thomas Robyns my son iii L. vi s. vii d.

 Item I bequethe to Henrie Robyns my son v. L.

 Item I guyff & bequethe to Edward Robyns my son so that he be disposyd to be a prist or a man of religyon or a student att anye of the universytes of oxeford or Cantibrige or to be a Syngyng man vi L. xii s. vii d. and iff he will take none of this ways then I will that he have butt onlye v L.

 Item I guyff and beqth to the ordre of the greye Freers of Seint Frances n Southampton vi s. viii d.

 Item to the black Freers of Seynt dronyse in the horse? ------- vi s.viii d.  allso I will that my executors cause one trintall? to be song in  the parish church of holdenby and as manye timesses over and besides the same trintall? as shall amownt to iii s. ii d. next and immedyatly after my dethe

 allso i guyff and bequeth to margerie Tymcok one blak caulff

 allso I guyff to Isabell Tymcok a redd calff

 allso I will that mye executors immedyatly after my dethe paye or cause

to be payed all my detts which shall be dulye payed my dett the residue of my goods nott bequethed my detts and legacies payed and this my last will performyd I will that Johane my wiff have them to dispose further for the helthe of my soule as she shall thank most expedient and I order and make the said Johane my wiff and my son Willm Robyns my

executors charging them to see this my last will performed as they shall

make answer before god att the dredfull daye of Judgement and my said son Willm. to have for his labour vii d.and I order and make nicholas wills supervisor of this my sd last will to se that itt be in all things performed and ------ acordeng to the treue meyaneng

and entent of the same and the said Nicholas to have for his labour x d. allso I will that my said executors nott paye no of the legacies given to my children before the feast of saynt michell next comyng.

[no probate date]

 

Notes for Joan:

She signed a will filed bet 1531-1538.  memtiones william and richard her sons and

 sir james sanfilde supervisor Holdenby             

 Will of Joan Robyns            Jan. 1531 Northamptonshire, England

 

(Archdeaconry Court of Northampton Wills and Adm., lst Ser. Bk. E, p. =

170, GS film 0187577).

 

In the yere of our lorde god m d xxxv I Joan ROBYNS of Holldenby in the

countye of northampton widow hole of mynde and memory orden and make my

Testament and last will in manner and form followyng that is say

 First I bequeth my soule to allmytie god to our lady sainte mary and to

all the saints in heaven and my Body to be buried in the churche yarde of

all saintes in Holldenby aforesaid.

 Item I bequethe to our mother churche of Lincoln vii d. allso to the hie

aulter in Holldenby xii d.

 Item I bequethe for my mortuary that thing that is done accordeng to the

kyngs statute therof made furthermore I guyf and bequethe onto Henry Robins

my son my croppe that is soweng and that is to be soweng withe all the

residue of my grayne boothe within and withoute or ells wheare keeps

 I will that my executours shall suffer the  said Henry my son peaseably

to occupie and Injoie my farm duryng the tyme of my Leasse thereof made

and  further bequethe to the said Henrye all my hole teme withe collars

and gerres to them belogyng and my carts plowes and harrows and other

necessaries to them belongyng

 I will that my Executours shall paye to Thomas my son fyve marks due to

hym of his fathers bequest and   a mendyng thereof I bequethe to hym

xxxiii s. iii d.

 allso I will that my Executours shall paye to Edwarde my son x marks due

to hym for his father legacy and in a mendyng thereof I bequethe to hym

fyve marks the which sum of x L.

 I will that my executours shall delyver to James Tanfilde clarke vicar of

Letyll Houghton to the use of the said Edwarde my son att ii termes by

even portions that is to say att the feast of sainte Michael the

Argangell next after the late thereof v L. and at the same feast xii

monethes next following other fyve pownd residue of the said x L.

 Item I bequethe t margery Tymcok one cowe in thecustody of Willm. Robyns

my son att upton.

 Item I bequethe to Isabell Tymcok one cowe.

 Item I bequethe to the Reperacen of the bellis att Holdenby viii d.

 Item to the woode lights there one pownd waxe.

 Further I bequethe to Thomas Hoggies too children eche a ewe and a Lambee.

 Item to Richarde Robyns ii children eche of them a ewe and a Lambe.

 Allso I will thta my Executours shall fynde a preast to syng a Trintall

for my Soule and all Christs Soules and he to have for his stipend x s.

 Item I bequethe to Joys Hoggies my dawghter my best coote my best beads

and my best gerdille.

 Item I guyf to margery Tymcok my second Beads

 Allso I will that my Executors shall paye my detts and deale the daye of my

burill -alpeny doole through the Terms

 and allso that my Said Executors shall take theis parcells following due

to me to the performannce of this my last will that is to Say of Richarde

Robyns my Son xi s. of Walter Moultoy vi s. viii d. of Richarde Lichefilde

v s.  and of Richarde Knight iii strikes of mallte and one The Residue of

my goods nott bequethed I guyf them holy to Henry my Son

 Item I ordayn and make Willm. Robyns and Richard my son my Exectors to

perform this my last will and testament and Sir James Tinfilde supervisor

of this my will as my specyall trusties in hym Theis witnisses Sir Edward

Hughson my curate and John Arnolle withe many other

[no probate date]

 

Children of Thomas Robins and Joan are:

       7184       i.      Richard Robins, born Abt. 1508; died 22 Jun 1584 in Long Bucky, Northamptonshire, Eng; married Unknown.

                     ii.      William Robins, born Abt. 1515.

                    iii.      John Robins, born Abt. 1503.

                    iv.      Joan Robins, born Abt. 1505.

                     v.      Thomas Robins, born Abt. 1510.

                    vi.      Henrie Robins, born Abt. 1508; died Aft. 08 Oct 1568 in Holdenby, Northanptonshire, Eng; married Ales Butlynn; born Unknown; died Unknown.

                   vii.      Edward Robins, born Abt. 1520; died Aft. 08 Oct 1546 in Northamptonshire, Eng; married Margaret; born Unknown; died Unknown.

                  viii.      Joys Robins, born Abt. 1512; died Unknown; married Thomas Hoggies; born Unknown; died Unknown.

 

      14400.  Richard Chew, born 1475 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died 15 Feb 1561 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England.  He was the son of 28800. William Chew.

     

Child of Richard Chew is:

       7200       i.      Richard Chew, born 1500 in Olgeave, Lancashire, England; died 13 Feb 1561; married Elena.

 

 

Generation No. 15

 

      16480.  Robert Smith, born Abt. 1539; died 07 Aug 1590 in Stanilance, Wiltshire, England.  He married 16481. Sybell Ryle 28 Nov 1563 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

      16481.  Sybell Ryle, born Abt. 1543; died 1605.  She was the daughter of 32962. John RYLE.

            More About Robert Smith and Sybell Ryle:

Marriage: 28 Nov 1563, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England

     

Child of Robert Smith and Sybell Ryle is:

       8240       i.      RANDLE SMITH, born 28 May 1565 in living in Cheshire.

 

      16496.  Nicholas WILLIAMSON, born Abt. 1528; died 04 Nov 1575 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.  He married 16497. Ann.

      16497.  Ann

     

Child of Nicholas WILLIAMSON and Ann is:

       8248       i.      Charles WILLIAMSON, born Abt. 1549 in Presbury, Cheshire, England.

 

      27072.  Richard WYLLYS, born 1487 in England.  He was the son of 54144. Rixhard WYLLYS and 54145. Joan JEAMES.  He married 27073. Joanne DE NORBROOK.

      27073.  Joanne DE NORBROOK

     

Child of Richard WYLLYS and Joanne DE NORBROOK is:

       13536     i.      William WYLLYS, born Abt. 1512 in Fenny Compton, Warwickshire, England; married Anna CLARKE.

 

      28800.  William Chew, born 1450 in Salem Tony, Norfolk, England; died 1525 in Salem Tony, Norfolk, England.  He was the son of 57600. William Chew.

     

Child of William Chew is:

       14400     i.      Richard Chew, born 1475 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England; died 15 Feb 1561 in Whalley Parsh, Lancashire, England.

 

 

Generation No. 16

 

      32962.  John RYLE, born Abt. 1513.

     

Child of John RYLE is:

       16481     i.      Sybell Ryle, born Abt. 1543; died 1605; married Robert Smith 28 Nov 1563 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, England.

 

 

      54144.  Rixhard WYLLYS  He married 54145. Joan JEAMES.

      54145.  Joan JEAMES

     

Child of Rixhard WYLLYS and Joan JEAMES is:

       27072     i.      Richard WYLLYS, born 1487 in England; married Joanne DE NORBROOK.

 

      57600.  William Chew, born 1420 in Salem Tony, Norfolk, England; died Unknown.  He was the son of 115200. William Chew and 115201. unknown De Holme.

             Notes for William Chew:

The data shown here is the best currently know for the CHEW family. The evolution of the CHEW family name was from the following: 1050 de Cheux from Normandy; 1086 le Cu from Devonshire; 1100 de Chyu from Somersetshire; 1150 del Cho from Lancashire; 1220 del Chue from Lancashire; 1250 le Keu from Suffolk; 1280 de chue from Somersetshire; 1320 de Chewe from Somersetshire; 1390 Chewe from Worcestershire; 1500 Chewe from Lancashire; 1630 Chew from Virginia; 1700 Chew from New Jersey.

In the tree below, I have listed materials based upon those presented in a book by the family of Robert Levering CHEW.  Other materials were found in a "Family History on Philemon Lloyd CHEW" by Ruth C. Kunkle.  Materials in these sources are proved by various references and will eventually be found in the SURNAME list for the specific family member.  This genealogy information is based upon research using US Census data; Mongomery County Historical Society records; Maryland State Archives; LDS Family History Center records and ULRICH and CLARK family information.

The word CHEW generally means winding water, the EW being a varian of the French EAU meaning water. The word CHEWER is a western dialect for a narrow passage and CHARE is Old English for turning. The River Chew that runs through Somerset to the River Avon is a narrow, twisting river of water. Many believe that the name CHEW began in Normandy as CHEUX, and came to England with the Norman Conquest during the 11th century. The earliest record of the name CHEW is in the Domesday Survey, the name CHEW appears as CHIWE when it states that the Bishop of Wells holds CHIEW. The city of Wells is in Somersetshire about forty miles from the Devonshire boundary. The belief that CHIWE refers to Chew Magna located about fifteen miles to the north. Note that Devonshire is where Le Cu was granted land (bounded by Somersetshire to the northeast). The name also appears as Chyu in 1164 at Bath, and Keu in 1260 at Suffolk and as Chewe as far North as Lancashire in 1430. It isn't certain when the surname CHEW or CHEWE became permanently adopted, but it was about the last half of the 14th century. There is a John Chewe at Salisbury in 1383. About 300 years after the name was Chiwe Magna was mentioned by the Bishop of Wells. It is believed that the name was taken from places like CHEW MAGNA or CHEWTON.

 

Child of William Chew is:

       28800     i.      William Chew, born 1450 in Salem Tony, Norfolk, England; died 1525 in Salem Tony, Norfolk, England.

 

 

Generation No. 17

 

      115200.  William Chew, born 1400 in Billington, Lanacashire, England; died Unknown.  He married 115201. unknown De Holme.

      115201.  unknown De Holme  She was the daughter of 230402. William De Holme.

 

Notes for William Chew:

The data shown here is the best currently know for the CHEW family. The evolution of the CHEW family name was from the following: 1050 de Cheux from Normandy; 1086 le Cu from Devonshire; 1100 de Chyu from Somersetshire; 1150 del Cho from Lancashire; 1220 del Chue from Lancashire; 1250 le Keu from Suffolk; 1280 de chue from Somersetshire; 1320 de Chewe from Somersetshire; 1390 Chewe from Worcestershire; 1500 Chewe from Lancashire; 1630 Chew from Virginia; 1700 Chew from New Jersey.

In the tree below, I have listed materials based upon those presented in a book by the family of Robert Levering CHEW.  Other materials were found in a "Family History on Philemon Lloyd CHEW" by Ruth C. Kunkle.  Materials in these sources are proved by various references and will eventually be found in the SURNAME list for the specific family member.  This genealogy information is based upon research using US Census data; Mongomery County Historical Society records; Maryland State Archives; LDS Family History Center records and ULRICH and CLARK family information.

The word CHEW generally means winding water, the EW being a varian of the French EAU meaning water. The word CHEWER is a western dialect for a narrow passage and CHARE is Old English for turning. The River Chew that runs through Somerset to the River Avon is a narrow, twisting river of water. Many believe that the name CHEW began in Normandy as CHEUX, and came to England with the Norman Conquest during the 11th century. The earliest record of the name CHEW is in the Domesday Survey, the name CHEW appears as CHIWE when it states that the Bishop of Wells holds CHIEW. The city of Wells is in Somersetshire about forty miles from the Devonshire boundary. The belief that CHIWE refers to Chew Magna located about fifteen miles to the north. Note that Devonshire is where Le Cu was granted land (bounded by Somersetshire to the northeast). The name also appears as Chyu in 1164 at Bath, and Keu in 1260 at Suffolk and as Chewe as far North as Lancashire in 1430. It isn't certain when the surname CHEW or CHEWE became permanently adopted, but it was about the last half of the 14th century. There is a John Chewe at Salisbury in 1383. About 300 years after the name was Chiwe Magna was mentioned by the Bishop of Wells. It is believed that the name was taken from places like CHEW MAGNA or CHEWTON.

 

Child of William Chew and unknown De Holme is:

       57600     i.      William Chew, born 1420 in Salem Tony, Norfolk, England; died Unknown.

 

Generation No. 18

 

      230402.  William De Holme

     

Child of William De Holme is:

            115201            i.            unknown De Holme, married William Chew.

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