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By this marriage he acquired a fair inheritance, including the castle of
Buckenham, in Norfolk. Sir John served the office of sheriff for that county and
Suffolk, 15 Richard II. and it is presumed was buried at Buckenham, where were
many ancient ...
Sister of Sir Robert Dashwood, bart of Northbrook, in Oxfordshire; to Robert
Dashwood, esq. of Cley, in Norfolk; and to Colonel George Dashwood, the
husband of Sir Sewster Peyton's sister. The Baronetcy of Shute beint still extant,
refer to ...
This family has been “of good antiquity” in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, as
fully established by old deeds and records appertaining thereto. THoMA's
PLAYTERs, esq. of Thorndon, in Suffolk, was father of THoMAs PLAYTERs, esq.
He was $ . by his eldest son, Thomas Ward, esq. of Bexley, who m. Eleanor,
daughter of Thomas Godsalve, esq. of Buckenham.in Norfolk, and was s. by his
son, Thomas Ward, esq. who m. Anne, daughter of William Pert, esq. of Essex,
and left ...
#lineage, Of this family, one of great antiquity in the county of Norfolk, was -
ANDREw YElverto N, living in the reign of EDwARD II. who was father of Robert
YElvKRToN, seated temp. Edward III. at Rackheath, in the vicinity of Norwich.
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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