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Richard, a priest, 26 HENRY VIII. Robert, of Grange, in the county of Stafford.
John, of Grange. Catherine, m. to Richard Broughton, of Broughton, in
Staffordshire. Alice, n. 23 HENRY VII. to Randle, son and heir of Randle
Mainwaring, esq. of ...
Henry VIII. 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 ...
He was afterwards concerned in the risings about religion, in the 28th of Henry
VIII. and pardoned for the same; but being in the commotion in Lincolnshire, with
John, Lord Hussey, and others, occasioned by the assessment of a subsidy, was
His son inlaw, Thomas Westcotk, alias Lyttleton, was escheator of Worcestershire
, 20th Henry VI. and died in that reign, ... Sir Edward Littleton, knt. of Pillaton Hall,
who had a grant from Henry VIII. of the office of constable and keeper of the ...
He was s. by his grandson, GEORGE MAckworth, sheriff of Rutland 12 HENRY
VII. and 14, 22, and 26 HENRY VIII. He m. Anne, daughter of Geffrey Sherard,
esq. of Stapleford, and had a son, his successor in 1536, FRANcis MAckworth,
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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