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In 1629 he served as sheriff for Essex, and was created a BARONET on the 24th
of June in that year. He m. Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of George Scot, esq.
of Little Lees, by whom he obtained considerable landed property in Essex, and ...
AYLOFFE, OF BRAXTED MAGNA, ESSEX. Extinct 16th Apr. 1781. CREATED
25th Nov. 1612. #lineage. The ancient seat of this family, one of Saxon extraction,
was at Bocton Aloph, near Wye, in the county of Kent, which town they possessed
The first who established himself in Essex, and purchased the manor of
Chingford, was Thomas Boothby, esq. second son of William Boothby, merchant
of London, who engaged himself in commercial pursuits. By his first wife, Anne
Extinct 7th June, 1782. CREATED - 22nd Dec. 1660. . Hlineage. SIR John Bucke,
of Hamby-Grange, in the county of Lincoln, served under the Lord Willoughby, in
Holland, and was provost marshal of the army, under the Earl of Essex at Cadiz ...
Jane, daughter and co-heir of Sir William Swynford, knt. of Essex, and was x. by
his son. Sir Thomas Tirrbll, who m. first, Alice, daughter of — D'Adeleigh, but by
her had no issue. He wedded secondly, Eleanora, daughter of John Flamberd, ...
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Concerned that Sir Anthony, the 1st Baronet of Ashley Wimbourne St. Giles, is said to have had only a daughter, Anne, and no son. Other records indicate he had a son, William, b. 1594.
The information about Vere Booth nee Egerton is wrong. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas Egerton junior (d.1599), son of Sir Thomas Egerton who was Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, Lord Ellesmere (1603) and the Viscount Brackley. He died 1617, both are buried in St Mary's Church, Dodleston, Chester. See www.bernarddennis.co.uk