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This family was originally settled in the county of Stafford, and had its seat at
Marchauton, where Richard Boothby was living temp. Henry VIII. The first who
established himself in Essex, and purchased the manor of Chingford, was
Richard Brownlow, esq. of Helton, prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas
temp. Elizabeth and James I. m. Katnerine, daughter of John Page, esq. of
Wembly, a master in Chancery, and dying in 1638, left two sons, John (Sir), his
SIR WILLIAM GoRING, knt. gentleman of the privy chamber to Edward VI. lineally
descended from John, Lord of Goring temp. Edward I. m. Elizabeth, daughter and
co-heir of John Covert, esq. of Slougham, in Sussex, and had issue, HENRY, ...
M.P. for Ipswich, temp. Elizabeth, and comptroller of Calais in that reign, and
previously in the time of Edward VI. when he was appointed to the office (anno
1552*), died at the advanced age of ninety-eight, and was s. by his son, Edward ...
M. P. for the county of Kent, temp. King William and Queen Anns, m. Mary,
daughter of Sir Charles Pym, bart. of Brymore, in Somersetshire (and sister and
sole heir of Sir Charles Pym), and had, with other issue (who d.s.p.) Thomas, his
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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