Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Edward III Descents for Alicia (née Mitford) Murray-Aynsley (1768-1813)

Alicia Mitford was born 16 May at Morpeth, Northumberland, baptized 12 August 1768 at St James Church, Morpeth, the elder daughter and second child of surgeon and apothecary George Mitford of Morpeth (baptized 16 June 1726 at St Mary Church, Hexham, Northumberland; died 1815 at Morpeth), and his wife Mary Threlkeld (born 24 June 1741; died March 1810), whom he married 18 December 1764 at St James Church, Morpeth.
Little Harle Tower, seat of the Aynsley family 1552-1792, then of the Murray-Aynsleys until 1848
When Alicia was growing up, there would have been no indication that she would become an heiress. She had an elder brother, Gawen Aynsley Mitford (b. 1767), who attended Oxford University and Lincoln's Inn. But it was Alicia, and not her brother, who was designated heir of her childless and aged great-uncle Gawen Aynsley of Little Harle Tower (1710-1792), the younger half-brother of her maternal grandmother. Gawen's wife Alicia (née Ibbetson) Aynsley (1714-1769), given the same first name, most likely stood as godmother to the infant Alicia in 1768, and died the following year. It is likely for this reason that Alicia was chosen by her uncle as his heir over her younger sister Mary Mitford (1770-1861), but why her brother Gawen Aynsley Mitford, their uncle's namesake and probable godson, was passed over remains a mystery. A younger brother George Mitford had died in 1781 at age 11, as shown by the 'Mitford of Hexham' pedigree in A History of Northumberland Volume 3 (1896).

At any rate by early 1792, when her uncle Gawen Aynsley had written out his will (he died on 9 June 1792), Alicia had been designated his heir and executrix, and had assumed his surname Aynsley, and his coat of arms. She inherited the Aynsley family seat of Little Harle Tower, in the parish of Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland. At age 24, Alicia was a landholder in her own right, and so a very attractive marriage prospect. She came to the attention of Lord Charles Murray, a divinity student at New College, Oxford University. He was three years her junior, the youngest brother of the 4th Duke of Atholl, and was authorized by the King on 15 June 1793 to assume the surname of Aynsley in
St Mary Church, Bocking, Essex
addition to and after that of Murray, and to bear the arms of Aynsley quarterly with those of Murray. Three days later he and Alicia were married on 18 June 1793 at Reading, Berkshire. The couple made Little Harle Tower their home, and all seven of their children were born there (four of them - two sons and two daughters - survived infancy). In 1803, Lord Charles Murray-Aynsley received the appointment of Dean of St Mary Church, in Bocking, Essex, and it was there that he died in 1808, aged only 36. Alicia did not long survive him, dying at Bocking on 13 June 1813, and buried five days later in St Mary Church. She was only 45. Though her 19-year-old elder daughter Charlotte had married the previous year, her two sons were unmarried minors, aged 18 and 11, and her younger daughter only age 10.

Leo has Alicia (Mitford) Murray-Aynsley in his database, with limited ancestry and no lines back to Edward III. She has nine definite lines of descent from that monarch, and one possible one (Line A below). They are as follows, with links to the most recent individuals in Leo's database for each.

Edward III had 3 sons A1, D1 & J1 (see below)
A1) Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence (1338-1368) m. 1) Lady Elizabeth de Burgh (1332-1363, descended from Edward I), and had
Philippa, Countess of March -
see Generation A2
A2) Lady Philippa Plantagenet of Clarence (1355-1377) m. Edmund Mortmer, 3rd Earl of March (1352-1381), and had
A3) Lady Elizabeth Mortimer (1371-1417) m. 1) Sir Henry 'Hotspur' Percy (1364-1403), and had a dau A4 & a son B4 (see below)
A4) Lady Elizabeth Percy (c.1395-1437) m. 1) John, 7th Lord Clifford (1388-1422, descended from Edward I), and had
A5) Thomas, 8th Lord Clifford (1414-1455) m. Joan Dacre (c.1417-c.1452, descended from Edward I), and had
A6) John, 9th Lord Clifford (1435-1461) m. Margaret Bromflete (c.1436-1493), and had
A7) Henry, 10th Lord Clifford (1454-1523) = unknown mistress, and had
A8) Elizabeth Clifford, illegit. m. 2) William Tonge of Eccleshall, and had
A9) Isabel Tonge (living 1572) m. Robert Threlkeld of Denton (living 1572), and had
A10) William Threlkeld of Evenwood (d. 1613) m. Margaret Downes, and had
A11) Henry Threlkeld of Tudhoe (d. 1621) m. Margaret ---, and had
A12) Rev. William Threlkeld of Brancepeth (d. 1675)* m. Thomasine --- (c.1620-1707), and had
A13) Deodatus Threlkeld of Tritlington House (1657-1733) m. 3) Margaret Moor (d. 1758), and had
A14) John Threlkeld of Morpeth (1701-1769) m. 1) Jane Aynsley (see B14 below), and had
A15) Mary Threlkeld (1741-1810) m. George Mitford of Morpeth (1726-1815), and had
A16) Alicia Mitford [later Aynsley] (1768-1813) m. Lord Charles Murray [later Murray-Aynsley], great-grandparents of Maud Murray-Aynsley (1860-1898), first wife of Charles Maximilian Thomas Western

*W. Hylton Dyer Longstaffe, the Victorian-era antiquarian and genealogist, in his article 'Stainton in the Street' for Archaeologia Aeliana New Series Volume 3 (1859), states, on p. 99, "William Threlkeld, clerk, was, I take it, son or grandson of Henry, because his family settled in Brancepeth, and the name of Henry occurs in his issue". This is hardly definitive evidence, and much further research is needed to validate Longstaffe's hypothesis. So Line A above is only a possible Edward III descent for Alicia Mitford. Generations A1 thru A11 are valid, and Generations A12 thru A16 are valid. But A12 as the son of A11 is only Longstaffe's conjecture, at this point.

B4) Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland (1394-1455) m. Lady Eleanor Neville (see D3 below), and had 2 sons B5 & C5 (see below)
B5) Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland (1421-1461) m. Eleanor Poynings (1428-1484, descended from Edward I), and had
B6) Lady Margaret Percy (b. c.1447) m. Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (see E6 below), and had
B7) Margaret Gascoigne (b. c.1470) m. Ralph, 3rd Lord Ogle (1468-1513, descended from Edward I), and had
B8) Sir William Ogle of Causey Park (c.1492-1542) m. Margery Delaval (see F7 below), and had
B9) James Ogle of Causey Park (c.1525-1598) m. Isabel Clavering, and had
B10) John Ogle of Causey Park (c.1565-1636) m. 2) Alice Palmer, and had
B11) James Ogle of Causey Park (c.1616-1664) m. Jane Ogle (see C12 below), and had
B12) William Ogle of Causey Park (1653-1718) m. Elizabeth Strother (see H13 below), and had
B13) Jane Ogle (1680-c.1699) m. Gawen Aynsley of Little Harle Tower (1669-1750), and had
B14) Jane Aynsley (1699-1743) m. John Threlkeld of Morpeth (see A14 above)

C5) Sir Ralph Percy (1425-1464) m. Eleanor Acton (d. aft.1498), and had
C6) Sir Henry Percy of Dunstanburgh Castle (d. 1486) m. Constance ---, and had
C7) Margery Percy (c.1480-aft.1537) m. Sir Henry Widdrington of Widdrington Castle (c.1478-1517, descended from Edward I), and had
C8) Mary Widdrington (c.1510-by 1546) m. John Mitford of Seghill (c.1500-1566), and had
C9) John Mitford of Seghill (c.1530-1571) m. Barbara Lawson (see G9 below), and had
C10) Magdalen Mitford (d. aft.1626) m. Oliver Ogle of Burradon Tower (c.1545-1616, descended from Edward I), and had
C11) Lancelot Ogle of Burradon Tower (1582-1641) m. Mary Ogle (d. 1625), and had
C12) Jane Ogle (1622-1655) m. James Ogle of Causey Park (see B11 above)

D1) John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (1340-1399) m. 3) Katherine Roet (c.1350-1403), and had
D2) Lady Joan Beaufort (c.1377-1440) m. twice, and had 3 daus D3, E3 & F3, and a son I3 (see below)
D3) Lady Eleanor Neville, by 2nd husband (1403-1472) m. 2) Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland (see B4 above)

E3) Mary Ferrers, by 1st husband (1394-1458) m. Sir Ralph Neville of Oversley (1395-1458, descended from Edward I), and had
E4) John Neville of Oversley (c.1415-1482) m. Elizabeth Newmarch (b. 1415), and had
E5) Joan Neville (c.1434-bef.1482) m. 1) Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (c.1428-1463), and had
E6) Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (c.1450-1487) m. Lady Margaret Percy (see B6 above)

F3) Elizabeth Ferrers, by 1st husband (1393-1434) m. John, 4th Lord Greystoke (c.1390-1436), and had a son F4 and 2 daus G4 & H4 (see below)
F4) Ralph, 5th Lord Greystoke (1414-1487) m. 1) Elizabeth Fitzhugh (c.1420-1469), and had
F5) Margery Greystoke m. Sir Thomas Gray of Chillingham Castle (c.1455-1498, descended from Edward I), and had
F6) Anne Gray (c.1477-aft.1519) m. 1) John Delaval of Seaton Delaval (d. 1498), and had
F7) Margery Delaval (b. c.1495) m. Sir William Ogle of Causey Park (see B8 above)

G4) Joan Greystoke (c.1409-by 1487) m. 1) John Darcy of Temple Hurst (1404-1458, descended from Edward I), and had
G5) Richard Darcy, Heir of Temple Hurst (b. 1424) m. Eleanor le Scrope (d. 1471), and had
G6) Sir William Darcy of Temple Hurst (1443-1488) m. Euphemia Langton (d. 1494), and had
G7) Isabel Darcy m. Sir Roger Grey of Horton (d. 1543), and had
G8) Edith Grey (c.1500-1575) m. 2) Thomas Lawson of Cramlington (d. 1547), and had
G9) Barbara Lawson m. John Mitford of Seghill (see C9 above)

H4) Anne Greystoke (c.1417-1477) m. Sir Ralph Bigod of Settrington (1410-1461), and had
H5) Anne Bigod (c.1450-1531) m. William Conyers of Sockburn Hall (c.1445-1490), and had
H6) Christopher Conyers of Sockburn Hall (c.1469-1497) m. Anne Markenfield (c.1470-1532, descended from Edward I), and had
H7) Sir Thomas Conyers of Sockburn Hall (1491-1520) m. 1) Margaret Radcliffe (d. by 1519), and had
H8) Sir George Conyers of Sockburn Hall (1509-1567) m. Anne Dawnay (see I7 below), and had
H9) Sir John Conyers of Sockburn Hall (1547-1610) m. Agnes Bowes (d. 1598), and had
H10) Eleanor Conyers (b. 1572) m. 1) Lancelot Strother of Fowberry Tower (d. 1611), and had
H11) John Strother of Fowberry Tower (1595-1631) m. Elizabeth Selby (d. aft.1661), and had
H12) Col. William Strother of Kirknewton (1625-1699) m. Jane Shafto (1633-aft.1705), and had
H13) Elizabeth Strother (1658-1699) m. William Ogle of Causey Park (see B12 above)

I3) George Neville, 1st Lord Latimer, by 2nd husband (c.1411-1469) m. Lady Elizabeth Beauchamp (c.1411-1480, descended from Edward I), and had
I4) Sir Henry Neville (c.1435-1469) m. Joan Bourchier (see J4 below), and had
I5) Richard Neville, 2nd Lord Latimer (1468-1530) m. 1) Anne Stafford (d. by 1521), and had
I6) Dorothy Neville (1496-1532) m. Sir John Dawnay of Sessay (d. 1553), and had
I7) Anne Dawnay (b. c.1525) m. Sir George Conyers of Sockburn Hall (see H8 above)
Thomas of Woodstock -
see Generation J1

J1) Thomas of Woodstock, 1st Duke of Gloucester (1355-1397) m. Lady Eleanor de Bohun (1366-1399, descended from Edward I), and had
J2) Anne Plantagenet, Countess of Buckingham (1383-1438) m. 3) William Bourchier, 1st Count of Eu (c.1374-1420), and had
J3) John Bourchier, 1st Lord Berners, by 3rd husband (c.1411-1474) m. Margery Berners (1409-1475), and had
J4) Joan Bourchier (c.1448-1470) m. Sir Henry Neville, Heir of Latimer (see I4 above)

Cheers,                                                 ------Brad

Saturday, May 16, 2015

James IV Descent for Amelia Murray (1710-1766), Mother of 3rd Duke of Atholl

I want to thank SocGenMed member Monica Kanellis for giving me the opportunity to take a break from the Howards of Corby Castle and their spouses. Monica asked me to take a look at the ancestry of her cousin, which she has been working on. Her cousin is descended from the Victorian-era couple Charles Maximilian Thomas Western of Finchampstead (born 2 September 1855 at Bath, Somersetshire; died 1 September 1913 at Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway) and his first wife Maud Murray-Aynsley (born 18 March at Bangalore, Karnataka, India, baptized there 13 June 1860; died 3 March at Jalandhar, Punjab, India, buried there 5 March 1898).

The Bazaar in Jalandhar, Punjab in the late 19th-century.
Maud (née Murray-Aynsley) Western died in the city in 1898.
Maud Murray-Aynsley is a descendant of Henry VII through the Dukes of Atholl, and can be found on p. 458 of the Tudor volume in Ruvigny's Planatagenet Roll series. Her three children are Numbers 31965-31967 on that page. Maud and her line of descent from Henry VII can be found online in Leo's Genealogics database, and in the Roglo database, so I won't repeat it here. What I would like to focus on in my next few posts are some of the interesting lines back to Edward III for the spouses of Maud's Murray ancestors, as they seem to be little explored.

The most thorough pedigree of these 19th-century Murray-Aynsleys remains the 'Murray-Aynsley of Hall Court, co Hants' one in Visitation of England and Wales Volume 7 (1893).

Maud's mother was Emily Elizabeth Hand (born 11 October 1829 at Marylebone, Westminster, baptized 2 March 1830 at St Marylebone Parish Church; died 18 August at Bayswater, Westminster, buried 22 August 1894 at Kensal Green Cemetery, London) married 12 February 1848 at Ballari, Kanataka, India, Major-General George Herbert Murray-Aynsley of Ladbroke Grove. I can find very little on Emily's father Robert Hand of Cumberland Terrace, London, and Richmond, Surrey - not even a death date. He married 2 August 1817 at St John Church, Great Stanmore, Middlesex, Anne Learmonth, who was apparently the daughter of Alexander Learmonth of Great Stanmore. But again, I can't find much at all on her family.

Going back one generation, we have Maud's paternal grandmother Emma Sarah Peach (born 2 July at Tockington House, Olveston, Gloucestershire, baptized 12 August 1792 at St Mary Church, Olveston; died 27 February at Kensington, London, buried 3 March 1877 at St Mary Church, Olveston) married 24 June 1820 at St Mary Church, Olveston, John Murray-Aynsley of Underdown. Emma's parents were Samuel Peach Cruger [surname later changed to Peach] of Tockington House (born February 1767; died 25 February, buried 6 March 1845 at St Mary Church, Olveston) married 22 August 1788 Clarissa Partridge (baptized 24 November 1769 at Holy Trinity Church, Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire; died 1 December 1836, buried St Mary Church, Olveston).

Tockington House, the seat of the Peach family in the 19th century, is today a boarding school.
Even though none of Emma Peach's four grandparents - Henry Cruger of Bristol & Hannah Peach, and Charles Partridge of Cotham Lodge & Sybella Pollard - appear to descend from Edward I, it's a fascinating ancestry nevertheless. Henry Cruger was an American, born in New York City, who moved to Britain and became a M.P., and so has a bio in HOP. The Peach family is covered well in the 1876 'Pedigree of the Families of Cleaver and Peach' in Volume 2 of Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica.

So it's spouses of earlier generations of Murrays that we'll be looking at, starting with Amelia Murray,  heiress of Strowan, the wife of the 2nd Duke of Atholl's younger brother Lord George Murray, by whom she was mother of John, 3rd Duke of Atholl. Leo has this Amelia Murray in his database with no ancestry beyond her parents. Through her mother's family the Murrays of Strowan, Amelia descends from Elizabeth Drummond, a granddaughter of James IV whom I hadn't yet encountered and was happy to enter into my database Royal Descent.

The 13-generation descent for Maud Murray-Aynsley from James IV thru Amelia Murray of Strowan is given below, with links to the most recent individuals in Leo's database.
James IV of Scotland

James IV of Scotland by a mistress Margaret Drummond (d. 1501), had a dau
1) Lady Margaret Stewart, illegit. (1497-aft.1562) m. 2) her 1st cousin Sir John Drummond, 2nd of Innerpeffray (d. aft.1554), and had
2) Elizabeth Drummond (d. by 1562) m. Malcolm Drummond, 5th Laird of Bordland (d. 1588), and had
3) Maurice Drummond of Auchtermuthill (d. aft.1593) m. Agnes Drummond of Balloch, and had
4) Annabella Drummond m. James Murray, Heir of Strowan (d. bef.1630), and had
5) Alexander Murray, 7th Laird of Strowan (d. 1654) m. Margaret Drummond of Balloch (descended from James II), and had
6) John Murray, 8th Laird of Strowan (d. 1725) m. Margaret Dow, and had
7) Amelia Murray of Strowan (d. 1749) m. James Murray of Glencarse (1661-1712), and had
8) Amelia Murray of Strowan (1710-1766) m. Lord George Murray (1694-1760, descended from Henry VII), and had
Lord George Murray - see
Generation 8
9) John Murray, 3rd Duke of Atholl (1729-1774) m. his 1st cousin Charlotte Murray, 8th Baroness Strange (1731-1805, descended from Henry VII), and had
10) Ven. Lord Charles Murray-Aynsley of Little Harle Tower (1771-1808) m. Alicia Mitford (1768-1813, descended from Edward III), and had
11) John Murray-Aynsley of Underdown (1795-1870) m. Emma Sarah Peach (1792-1877), and had
12) Maj-Gen. George Herbert Murray-Aynsley (1826-1887) m. Emily Elizabeth Hand (1829-1894), and had
13) Maud Murray-Aynsley (1860-1896), first wife of Charles Maximilian Thomas Western

The next post will cover the Edward III descents for Alicia Mitford, wife of Ven. Lord Charles Murray-Aynsley (see Generation 10 above).

Cheers,                                -------Brad

Thursday, May 7, 2015

RD600 Additions: Baroness Marie-Ernestine (Howard) von Recum & Lt-Col. Derik von Recum

I can never quite figure out the criteria for inclusion in Gary Boyd Roberts's series The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants. In addition to individuals who immigrated to colonial America and remained with their families, such as Rev. John Oxenbridge (1609-1674) and James Claypoole of Philadelphia (1634-1687), many colonial governors and their spouses are included, who never became permanent residents in America. 20th-century British-born celebrities such as Peter Lawford and Christopher Isherwood, and their spouses such as Prunella Rollo (who died only six weeks after moving to Los Angeles), the first wife of David Niven, are also included, even if their only real tie to the States is a Hollywood association. It seems that Roberts includes anyone he finds interesting, as long as the person spent some time in the U.S. In the spirit of that broad definition of immigrant, I'd like to turn the light on a lady descended from the Howard dukes of Norfolk, born in Maryland, but raised in Germany & Britain, married to a German baron, who immigrated to the States in 1940 and became a permanent U.S. citizen. And also her present-day descendant, an officer in the U.S. Army who served two tours of duty in Iraq and who (to me, at least) seems a model all-American, who immigrated as a child with his parents and siblings from Germany in the late 1970s.

Green Hill, birthplace of Marie Ernestine Howard, is today the Pallottine Seminary
Since the family's archive is housed in the Library of Congress, they seem notable enough to me to warrant inclusion.

Marie Ernestine Howard was born 22 August 1868 at Green Hill, the plantation in Prince George County, Maryland, owned by her maternal grandfather, the Washington, DC banker George
George Washington Riggs,
maternal grandfather of
Marie Ernestine Howard
Washington Riggs (1813-1881). She was the eldest child of her parents, the British diplomat Sir Henry Howard, who was posted to Washington DC in 1866, where he met Cecilia Dowdall Riggs and married her the following year. When Marie Ernestine, known in the family by the nickname "Da", was 6 years old, her father was posted to the Hague, and "Da" spent her teenage years with her family, splitting their time between London and various countries (Guatemala, Greece, Denmark, China) where her father was posted.

On 5 September 1894 in Kensington, London, "Da" married Baron Rudolf von Recum. I'm looking forward to reading her diaries when I'm next at the Library of Congress to see how she and the Baron met, but it's not surprising that she would marry a German noble, as her paternal grandmother, for whom she was named, Marie Ernestine, Lady Howard, was from a German noble family.

The von Recums were originally cloth manufacturers from Holland who immigrated to the Rhineland Palatinate in the early 18th-century. Andreas von Recum (1765-1828) was an accomplished civil servant and politician who was made a Baron of the French Empire by Napoleon in 1809. In 1822, the Elector of Bavaria confirmed the title of Baron to Andreas von Recum and made it hereditary to his descendants. In 1803, von Recum purchased the castle of Kauzenburg, in Bad Kreuznach, which became the family seat and was the birthplace of his grandson Baron Rudolf von Recum. But it was sold in 1881, so eventually Baron Rudolf and Marie Ernestine "Da", and their three sons, made their home at the Villa Baronin von Recum (which unfortunately I can't find an online picture of), in Götzenhain, Hesse.
Kauzenburg Castle, in Bad Kreuznach, birthplace of Baron Rudolf von Recum
As a British citizen, Baroness Marie Ernestine von Recum was held in protective custody by the Germans during World War I. With her three sons grown and married by the mid-1930s, she left her husband the Baron in Götzenhain, and returned to England before the outbreak of World War II, joining her unmarried sister Alice Lawrason Howard (1876-1942) in Painswick, Gloucestershire,
Beekman Tower, residence of
Marie Ernestine von Recum in New York
where Alice had founded in 1934 the Chapel of Our Lady and St Teresa, for Catholic worship. From there, Baroness Marie Ernestine "Da" left for New York to join her youngest son, the widowed and childless Baron Franz von Recum (1906-1974), who had fled Switzerland in 1939, and arrived in New York in December that year. "Da" arrived on 21 August 1940, and set up residence in the art-deco Beekman Tower, which is where she was living when she applied for U.S. citizenship. Franz von Recum, the family historian and genealogist, became a U.S. citizen in 1952, and eventually made Hampton Bays, Long Island, his home. Baroness Marie Ernestine (Howard) von Recum died in New York City on 21 January 1954 at age 85.

Clearly, Marie Ernestine instilled in all three of her sons a strong sense of their British and American heritage. Her eldest son Baron Otto von Recum (1895-1964) served in the German Navy during World War I, but after the end of World War II performed liaison duties between the American troops and the Ger­man municipal authorities in Frankfurt from 1945 until 1957. He received a plaque from the United States Army in recog­nition of his services. He served in an advisory and public rela­tions capacity until his retire­ment in 1962, per his obituary in the New York Times.

Leo has Baroness Marie Ernestine von Recum in his database Genealogics, but only with one child, her second son Baron Bogdan von Recum (1896-1990), and in turn with only one child for Baron Bogdan. But Bogdan had three sons and two daughters, and his elder brother Otto had two sons, so Marie Ernestine had seven grandchildren in total. From what I can find from various European online databases, five of her grandchildren still reside in Germany, one is deceased, and one is a retired professor of mathematics in Columbus, Ohio.

(Torsten-)Derik von Recum was born in 1966 in Berlin, the eldest child of Dr. Andreas Horst von Recum. When he was aged about 10, his parents emigrated with him and his next three siblings to South Carolina, where his two youngest siblings were born. In 1983, Derik's parents became U.S. citizens. Derik joined the U.S. Army, and served two tours of duty in Iraq, where in 2010 he was instrumental in helping to re-start the Iraqi Bundles of Love program, an aid effort that supplied Iraqi women with bundles of fabric and sewing supplies. He did this at the instigation of his mother Gudrun von Recum, who, as this article details, was especially interested in keeping it going because, as a child in post-World War II Germany, she recalled how her family benefited from charitable food and clothing shipments from Americans. Derik's wife Ann von Recum, is also an officer in the U.S. Army, and the couple have two daughters. Indeed, all five of Derik's younger siblings are now married with children, so Baroness Marie Ernestine von Recum not only has 2nd, 3rd and 4th- generation descendants living in Germany, but 3rd and 4th-generation American descendants as well.
U.S. Lt-Col. Derik von Recum (l.) and his German cousin Johannes von Recum (r.),
both great-grandsons of Baroness Marie Ernestine von Recum
Following is the likeliest line of descent from Edward III for Lt-Col. Derik von Recum, that would be added in to an already existing line in RD600 for the author P.G. Wodehouse on pp. 173-174.

1. Edward III, King of England, d. 1377 = Philippa of Hainault
2. Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence = Elizabeth de Burgh
3. Philippa Plantagenet = Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March
4. Elizabeth Mortimer = Sir Henry 'Hotspur' Percy
5. Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland = Eleanor Neville
6. Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland = Eleanor Poynings
7. Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland = Maud Herbert
8. Eleanor Percy = Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham, son of Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, and Catherine Woodville, sister of Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of Edward IV
9. Elizabeth Stafford = Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk
10. Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, the poet = Frances Vere
11. Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk (brother of Lady Berkeley) = Margaret Audley
12. Lord William Howard (brother of the 1st Earl of Suffolk) = Elizabeth Dacre
13. Sir Francis Howard of Corby Castle (brother of Lady Cotton) = Mary Widdrington
14. William Howard of Corby Castle = Jane Dalston
15. Thomas Howard of Corby Castle = Barbara Musgrave
16. Philip Howard of Corby Castle = Anne Witham
17. Henry Howard of Corby Castle = Catherine Mary Neave
18. Sir Henry Francis Howard of Munich = Maria Ernestine von Schulenburg
19. Sir Henry Howard of the Strand = Cecilia Dowdall Riggs
20. Marie Ernestine Howard (1868-1954), immigrated to New York 1940 = Baron Rudolf von Recum (1861-1944)
21. Baron Bogdan von Recum (1896-1990) = Baroness Ilse von Rosenberg (1907-1998)
22. Dr. Andreas Horst von Recum (b. 1939) = Gudrun Mathilde Bredenbröcker-Hardt (1941-2014)
23. Lt-Col. (Tersten-)Derik von Recum (b. 1966), U.S. Army, chief of operations, 94th AAMDC

It's very interesting to follow the Howard-von Recum family, generation by generation, and see how their combined British, American, and German heritages blended together in the 19th and 20th centuries, through two World Wars, leading to the multi-national clan that it is today. It's too bad the Who Do You Think You Are genealogy TV series, which I love, only focuses on celebrities, as the von Recums would make a fascinating episode.

Cheers,                                     -----Brad

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Remaining Edward III Descents for Charlotte (Jenkinson), Countess of Verulam (1783-1863)

Charlotte (née Jenkinson), Countess of Verulam, an ancestor of the poet & author George Villiers (1891-1942), husband of Marjorie Howard, has 20 separate lines of descent from Edward III, in addition to those through Isabel (Plantagenet), Countess of Essex, given in my previous post.

They are as follows, with links to the most recent individuals in Leo's database for each.

Edward III had 4 sons A1, O1, P1 & S1 (see below)
A1) John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (1340-1399) m. three times, and had two sons A2 & C2, and two daus D2 & N2 (see below)
1st Duke of Somerset -
see Generation A3
A2) John Beaufort, 1st Earl of Somerset, by 3rd wife (1373-1410) m. Lady Margaret Holland (1383-1439, descended from Edward I), and had 2 sons A3 & B3 (see below)
A3) John Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset (1404-1444) = unidentified mistress, and had
A4) Tacyn Beaufort, illegit. (c.1428-1494) m. Reginald Grey, 7th Lord Grey of Wilton (1421-1494, descended from Edward I), and had
A5) John Grey, 8th Lord Grey of Wilton (c.1445-1499) m. Lady Anne Grey (see H5 below), and had
A6) Edmund, 9th Lord Grey of Wilton (by1468-1511) m. Florence Hastings, and had
A7) Elizabeth Grey (c.1500-1559) m. John Brydges, 1st Baron Chandos of Sudeley (1492-1557), and had
A8) Mary Brydges (c.1526-1606) m. 1) Sir George Cornewall of Berrington (1509-1562), and had
A9) Humphrey Cornewall of Berrington (1551-1633) m. Elizabeth Bradshaw (d. 1636), and had
A10) John Cornewall of Berrington (d. 1645) m. Mary Barneby (d. 1634), and had
A11) Humphrey Cornewall of Berrington (1616-1688) m. Theophila Skinner (1622-1678, descended from Edward I), and had
Capt. Wolfran Cornewall -
see Generation A12
A12) Capt. Wolfran Cornewall of Winchester (c.1653-1720) m. 2) Elizabeth Devereux (see C14 below), and had
A13) Amarantha Cornewall (1700-1785) m. Col. Charles Jenkinson of Burford Lawn Lodge (1693-1750), and had
A14) Charles Jenkinson, 1st Earl of Liverpool (1729-1808) m. 2) Catherine Bishopp (see B14 below), and had
A15) Lady Charlotte Jenkinson (1783-1863) m. James Walter Grimston, 1st Earl of Verulam

B3) Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset (1406-1455) m. Lady Eleanor Beauchamp (1408-1467, descended from Edward I), and had
B4) Henry Beaufort, 3rd Duke of Somerset (1436-1464) = Joan Hill, and had
B5) Charles Somerset, 1st Earl of Worcester, illegit. (c.1460-1526) m. 1) Lady Elizabeth Herbert (c.1475-1507), and had
B6) Henry Somerset, 2nd Earl of Worcester (c.1496-1549) m. Elizabeth Browne (see E6 below), and had
B7) Lady Lucy Somerset (1523-1583) m. John Neville, 4th Lord Latimer (see G7 below), and had
Dorothy (née Neville),
Countess of Exeter -
see Generation B8
B8) Dorothy Neville (1548-1609) m. Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter (1542-1623), and had
B9) Lady Frances Cecil (1581-1653) m. Nicholas Tufton, 1st Earl of Thanet (see I9 below), and had
B10) Lady Mary Tufton (1607-1663) m. Sir Edward Bishopp, 2nd Baronet of Parham (see F10 below), and had
B11) Sir Cecil Bishopp, 4th Baronet of Parham (c.1635-1705) m. Sarah Bury (1650-1680), and had
B12) Sir Cecil Bishopp, 5th Baronet of Parham (1673-1725) m. Elizabeth Dunch (c.1680-1751, descended from Edward I)[*1], and had
B13) Sir Cecil Bishopp, 6th Baronet of Parham (1700-1778) m. Hon. Anne Boscawen (see J15 below), and had
B14) Catherine Bishopp (1744-1827) m. 2) Charles Jenkinson, 1st Earl of Liverpool (see A14 above)

[*1] I'm one of those who feel there is not enough evidence to support Joan Stradling, the 1st wife of Maurice Dennys of Siston, being a daughter of Jane (see C3 below), daughter of Cardinal Henry Beaufort. But for those who feel that connection is valid, then Elizabeth Dunch would be a descendant of Edward III thru the Cardinal.

C2) Henry Beaufort, Cardinal Bishop of Winchester, by 3rd wife (1375-1447) = unknown mistress, and had
C3) Jane Beaufort, illegit. (c.1402-1479) m. Sir Edward Stradling of St Donats Castle (c.1389-1453), and had
C4) Sir Henry Stradling of St Donats Castle (c.1423-1476) m. Elizabeth ap Thomas, and had
C5) Thomas Stradling of St Donats Castle (c.1454-1480) m. Jennet Matthew (d. 1485), and had
Siân (née Stradling), Lady Griffith
- see Generation C6 
C6) Siân Stradling (b. c.1480) m. Sir William Griffith of Penrhyn (c.1480-1531, descended from Edward I), and had
C7) Agnes Griffith (b. c.1508) m. Hugh Lewis, Heir of Presaddfed, and had
C8) John Lewis of Chwaen-wen Uchaf (c.1530-c.1573) m. Ellen ferch Huw (d. aft.1598), and had
C9) William Lewis of Chwaen-wen Uchaf (d. aft.1616) m. Ellen Morris, and had
C10) Margred Lewis m. Ieuan Wynn of Saethon, and had
C11) Robert Wynn of Saethon m. Sybil Maredydd (descended from Edward I), and had
C12) Evan Wynn [later Saethon] of Saethon (d. 1683) m. Margaret Williams, and had
C13) Mary Saethon m. 1) Edward Devereux of Cefngwernfa House (see D12 below), and had
C14) Elizabeth Devereux (d. 1741) m. Capt. Wolfran Cornewall of Winchester (see A12 above)

D2) Lady Joan Beaufort, by 3rd wife (1377-1440) m. twice, and had three sons D3, G3 & M3, and two daus H3 & K3 (see below)
D3) Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury, by 2nd husband (c.1398-1460) m. Lady Alice Montagu (1406-1462, descended from Edward I), and had two daus D4 & F4, and a son E4 (see below)
D4) Lady Alice Neville (c.1434-aft.1503) m. Henry Fitzhugh, 6th Lord Fitzhugh (1429-1472), and had
Sir Robert Throckmorton -
see Generation D7
D5) Elizabeth Fitzhugh (1462-bef.1407) m. 2) Nicholas, 1st Baron Vaux of Harrowden (c.1460-1523, descended from Edward I), and had
D6) Katherine Vaux (b. c.1490) m. Sir George Throckmorton of Coughton Court (by 1489-1552), and had
D7) Sir Robert Throckmorton of Coughton Court (by1513-1581) m. 1) Muriel Berkeley (c.1511-by 1542, descended from Edward I), and had
D8) Mary Throckmorton (c.1536-1603) m. Edward Arden of Park Hall (1533-1583), and had
D9) Katherine Arden (c.1556-1627) m. Sir Edward Devereux, 1st Baronet of Castle Bromwich (see Q7 below), and had
D10) Sir George Devereux of Sheldon Hall (c.1580-1666) m. Blanche Ridge (d. bef.1665), and had
D11) George Devereux of Vaynor Park (d. 1682) m. Bridget Price (see R10 below), and had
D12) Edward Devereux of Cefngwernfa House (d. 1686) m. Mary Saethon (see C13 above)

E4) John Neville, Marquess of Montagu (c.1431-1471) m. Isabel Ingaldesthorpe (1441-1476, descended from Edward I), and had
E5) Lady Lucy Neville (1468-1534) m. 2) Sir Anthony Browne of Calais (1443-1506, descended from Edward I), and had
E6) Elizabeth Browne (c.1502-1565) m. Henry Somerset, 2nd Earl of Worcester (see B6 above)

F4) Katherine Neville (c.1442-1504) m. 1) William Bonville, 6th Lord Harington (1442-1460, descended from Edward I), and had
F5) Cecily Bonville (1460-1529) m. 1) Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset (c.1456-1501, descended from Edward I), and had
Eleanor (née Grey), Lady Arundell
-see Generation F6
F6) Lady Eleanor Grey (c.1479-by 1503) m. Sir John Arundell of Lanherne (c.1474-1545), and had
F7) Sir Thomas Arundell of Wardour Castle (by 1502-1552) m. Margaret Howard (c.1518-1571, descended from Edward I), and had
F8) Dorothy Arundell (b. c.1540) m. Sir Henry Weston of Sutton Place (1534-1592, descended from Edward I), and had
F9) Jane Weston (c.1560-1637) m. Sir Thomas Bishopp, 1st Baronet of Parham (1553-1626), and had
F10) Sir Edward Bishopp, 2nd Baronet of Parham (1602-1649) m. Lady Mary Tufton (see B10 above)

G3) George Neville, 1st Lord Latimer, by 2nd husband (c.1411-1469) m. Lady Elizabeth Beauchamp (c.1411-1480, descended from Edward I), and had
G4) Sir Henry Neville, Heir of Latimer (c.1435-1469) m. Joan Bourchier (see P4 below), and had
G5) Richard Neville, 2nd Lord Latimer (1468-1530) m. 1) Anne Stafford (d. by 1521), and had
4th Lord Latimer - see
Generation G7
G6) John Neville, 3rd Lord Latimer (1493-1543) m. 1) Dorothy Vere (c.1500-1526, descended from Edward I), and had
G7) John Neville, 4th Lord Latimer (1520-1577) m. Lady Lucy Somerset (see B7 above)

H3) Lady Eleanor Neville, by 2nd husband (1403-1472) m. 2) Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland (see S4 below), and had a dau H4 & a son J4 (see below)
H4) Lady Katherine Percy (1423-1493) m. Edmund Grey, 1st Earl of Kent (see N4 below), and had a dau H5 & a son I5 (see below)
H5) Lady Anne Grey (b. c.1448) m. John Grey, 8th Lord Grey of Wilton (see A5 above)

I5) George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent (c.1443-1503) m. 2) Lady Katherine Herbert (c.1468-by 1503), and had
I6) Lady Anne Grey (c.1492-1546) m. John, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford (1465-1537), and had
I7) Agnes Hussey (c.1515-aft.1572) m. 2) Sir Humphrey Browne of Ridley Hall (d. 1562), and had
I8) Christian Browne m. Sir John Tufton, 1st Baronet of Hothfield (c.1545-1624), and had
I9) Nicholas Tufton, 1st Earl of Thanet (1578-1631) m. Lady Frances Cecil (see B9 above)

J4) Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland (1421-1461) m. Eleanor Poynings (1428-1484, descended from Edward I), and had
J5) Lady Margaret Percy (b. c.1447) m. Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (see K6 below), and had
J6) Elizabeth Gascoigne (c.1480-1559) m. Sir George Tailboys of South Kyme (1467-1538, descended from Edward I), and had
J7) Elizabeth Tailboys (b. c.1497) m. Sir Christopher Willoughby of Parham Hall (d. by 1540, descended from Edward I), and had
J8) William, 1st Baron Willoughby of Parham (c.1515-1570) m. 1) Elizabeth Heneage (1518-1555, descended from Edward I), and had
J9) Charles, 2nd Baron Willoughby of Parham (c.1536-1612) m. Lady Margaret Fiennes de Clinton (b. c.1539, descended from Edward I), and had
J10) William Willoughby, Heir of Parham Hall (c.1561-1601) m. Elizabeth Hildyard (see L10 below), and had
Arabella (née Churchill) Godfrey
-see Generation J13
J11) Katherine Willoughby (1583-1658) m. Joseph Godfrey of Thonock (c.1579-1630), and had
J12) Francis Godfrey of Little Chelsea (1613-1688) m. Anne Blount, and had
J13) Col. Charles Godfrey of Huntercombe (1646-1715) m. Arabella Churchill (1649-1730, descended from Edward I), and had
J14) Charlotte Godfrey (c.1680-1754) m. Hugh Boscawen, 1st Viscount Falmouth (see M11 below), and had
J15) Hon. Anne Boscawen (1704-1747) m. Sir Cecil Bishopp, 6th Baronet of Parham (see B13 above)

K3) Mary Ferrers, by 1st husband (1394-1458) m. Sir Ralph Neville of Oversley (1395-1458, descended from Edward I), and had
K4) John Neville of Oversley (c.1415-1482) m. Elizabeth Newmarch (b. 1415), and had
K5) Joan Neville (c.1434-bef.1482) m. 1) Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (c.1428-1463), and had a son K6 & a dau L6 (see below)
K6) Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (c.1450-1487) m. Lady Margaret Percy (see J5 above)

L6) Margaret Gascoigne (b. c.1455) m. Sir Christopher Ward of Givendale (1453-1521), and had
L7) Anne Ward (c.1473-1521) m. Ralph Neville of Thornton Bridge (1469-1522), and had
L8) Joan Neville (b. 1500) m. Sir John Constable of Burton Constable (d. 1542), and had
L9) Frances Constable (d. 1596) m. Sir Christopher Hildyard of Winestead (see T10 below), and had
L10) Elizabeth Hildyard (c.1565-1601) m. William Willoughby, Heir of Parham Hall (see J10 above)

M3) Edward Neville, 3rd Lord Abergavenny (c.1417-1476) m. 1) Lady Elizabeth Beauchamp (see O4 below), and had
M4) George Neville, 4th Lord Abergavenny (1440-1492) m. 1) Margaret Fenne (c.1444-1485), and had
M5) Sir Edward Neville of Addington Park (by1482-1538) m. Eleanor Windsor (d. 1531, descended from Edward I), and had
M6) Sir Henry Neville of Billingbear House (c.1520-1593) m. 2) Elizabeth Gresham (1542-1573), and had
Sir Henry Neville -
see Generation M7
M7) Sir Henry Neville of Billingbear House (1564-1615) m. Anne Killigrew (c.1566-1632), and had
M8) Elizabeth Neville (d. 1657) m. Sir Henry Berkeley of Yarlington (1579-1667, descended from Edward I)[*1], and had
M9) Dorothy Berkeley (d. 1668) m. Sir Francis Godolphin of Godolphin (1605-1667), and had
M10) Jael Godolphin (1647-1730) m. Edward Boscawen of Kensington (1628-1685), and had
M11) Hugh Boscawen, 1st Viscount Falmouth (c.1680-1734) m. Charlotte Godfrey (see J14 above)

[*1] I'm one of those who feel there is not enough evidence to support Joan Stradling, the 1st wife of Maurice Dennys of Siston, being a daughter of Jane (see C3 above), daughter of Cardinal Henry Beaufort. But for those who feel that connection is valid, then Sir Henry Berkeley would be a descendant of Edward III thru the Cardinal.
1st Viscount Falmouth -
see Generation M11

N2) Lady Elizabeth of Lancaster, by 1st wife (1364-1425) m. 2) John Holland, 1st Duke of 
Exeter (c.1358-1400, descended from Edward I), and had
N3) Lady Constance Holland (1386-1437) m. 2) Sir John Grey of Badmondisfield Hall (c.1385-1439, descended from Edward I), and had
N4) Edmund Grey, 1st Earl of Kent (1416-1490) m. Lady Katherine Percy (see H4 above)

O1) Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York (1341-1403) m. 1) Isabel of Castile (1355-1392), and had
O2) Lady Constance Plantagenet of York (c.1375-1416) m. Thomas Despenser, Earl of Gloucester (1373-1400, descended from Edward I), and had
O3) Lady Isabel Despenser (1400-1439) m. 1) Richard Beauchamp, 1st Earl of Worcester (1397-1422, descended from Edward I), and had
O4) Lady Elizabeth Beauchamp (1415-1448) m. Edward Neville, 3rd Lord Abergavenny (see M3 above)

P1) Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester (1355-1397) m. Lady Eleanor de Bohun (1366-1399, descended from Edward I), and had
P2) Anne Plantagenet, Countess of Buckingham (1383-1438) m. 3) William Bourchier, 1st Count of Eu (c.1374-1420), and had 3 sons P3, Q3 & R3 (see below)
P3) John Bourchier, 1st Lord Berners (c.1411-1474) m. Margery Berners (1409-1475), and had
P4) Joan Bourchier (c.1448-1470) m. Sir Henry Neville, Heir of Latimer (see G4 above)

1st Earl of Essex -
see Generation Q3
Q3) Henry Bourchier, 1st Earl of Essex (1404-1483) m. Lady Isabel Plantagenet (1409-1484, descended twice from Edward III - see previous post), and had
Q4) William, Lord Bourchier (c.1428-1477) m. 2) Lady Anne Woodville (c.1448-1489), and had
Q5) Cecily Bourchier (c.1473-1493) m. John Devereux, 2nd Lord Ferrers of Chartley (1464-1501, descended from Edward I), and had
Q6) Walter Devereux, 1st Viscount Hereford (c.1491-1558) m. 2) Margaret Garneys (d. 1599), and had
Q7) Sir Edward Devereux, 1st Baronet of Castle Bromwich (c.1550-1622) m. Katherine Arden (see D9 above)

R3) William Bourchier, 9th Lord FitzWarin (c.1409-1469) m. 1) Thomasine Hankford (1423-1453), and had
R4) Fulk Bourchier, 10th Lord FitzWarin (1445-1479) m. Elizabeth Dinham (c.1450-1516), and had
R5) John Bourchier, 1st Earl of Bath (1470-1539) m. 1) Cecily Daubeney (b. c.1477), and had
R6) John Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Bath (c.1499-1561) m. 3) Margaret Donnington (1510-1561), and had
R7) Lady Bridget Bourchier (c.1551-by 1587) m. Arthur Price of Vaynor Park (c.1549-1597, descended from Edward I), and had
R8) Edward Price of Vaynor Park (b. c.1570) m. 1) Margaret Robinson (d. 1604, descended from Edward I), and had
R9) Arthur Price of Vaynor Park (1599-1643) m. 1) Hester Lloyd (d. by 1624), and had
R10) Bridget Price (b. 1620) m. George Devereux of Vaynor Park (see D11 above)

S1) Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence (1338-1368) m. 1) Lady Elizabeth Burgh (1332-1363, descended from Edward I), and had
S2) Lady Philippa Plantagenet of Clarence (1355-1377) m. Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March (1352-1381), and had
S3) Lady Elizabeth Mortimer (1371-1417) m. 1) Sir Henry 'Hotspur' Percy (1364-1403), and had a son S4 & a dau T4 (see below)
S4) Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland (1394-1455) m. Lady Eleanor Neville (see H3 above)

T4) Lady Elizabeth Percy (c.1395-1437) m. 1) John, 7th Lord Clifford (1388-1422, descended from Edward I), and had
Sir Martin at See of Barmston Hall
- see Generation T6
T5) Mary Clifford (c.1420-by1458) m. Sir Philip Wentworth of Nettlestead (1424-1464), and had
T6) Elizabeth Wentworth (c.1455-by1479) m. Sir Martin at See of Barmston Hall (c.1420-1494), and had
T7) Joan at See (c.1471-1527) m. Peter Hildyard of Winestead (d. 1502, descended from Edward I), and had
T8) Sir Christopher Hildyard of Winestead (1487-1513) m. 1) Margaret Coningsby, and had
T9) Martin Hildyard of Winestead (d. 1545) m. Emma Rudston (descended from Edward I), and had
T10) Sir Christopher Hildyard of Winestead (d. 1602) m. Frances Constable (see L9 above)

This wraps up all of the Edward III descents for George Villiers (1891-1942).

Cheers,                             -----Brad

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Ruvigny Addition: Isabel of Essex Descent for Charlotte (Jenkinson), Countess of Verulam (1783-1863)

Charlotte (née Jenkinson),
Countess of Verulam
To continue with my exploration of the ancestry of the author and poet George Villiers (1891-1942), husband of Marjorie Howard: with all of the Edward III lines of descent of his paternal grandfather the 4th Earl of Clarendon covered, we can turn to his paternal grandmother, Katharine Grimston, Countess of Clarendon. The descent of her father the 1st Earl of Verulam from Anne of Exeter was the subject of my post on April 18th. Verulam was an addition to Ruvigny's Anne of Exeter, the third volume, published 1907, in his Plantagenet Roll series, and Verulam has no other lines back to Edward III save those through Anne, duchess of Exeter.

Verulam's wife is an addition to Ruvigny's Isabel of Essex, the next volume in his series, published in 1908. She was Lady Charlotte Jenkinson, born 6 August 1783 at Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, the only daughter of the politician Charles Jenkinson, created earl of Liverpool in 1796 when Charlotte was age 13. Her half-brother Robert, the 2nd Earl of Liverpool, was Prime Minister from 1812 to 1827, under both George III and George IV. On 11 August 1807 at St John the Baptist Church, Croydon, Surrey, Lady Charlotte married the fellow Tory politician James Walter, 4th Viscount Grimston. Eight years later, he was created Earl of Verulam, with Charlotte as his countess. She survived him over seventeen years, and died on 16 April 1863 [not 1862, as in BP 2003 Edition, p. 2092, sub Jenkinson] at Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, buried 24 April 1863 at St Michael Church, St Albans, Hertfordshire.
St Michael Church in St Albans, Hertfordshire

Though Charlotte, Countess of Verulam, has several lines of descent from Edward III, through both of her parents, the 11-generation one from Isabel [Plantagenet], Countess of Essex, is through her father the 1st Earl of Liverpool. It is as follows, with links to the most recent individuals in Leo's Genealogics database.

Edward III had a second surviving son,
1) Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence (1338-1368) m. 1) Lady Elizabeth de Burgh (1332-1363, descended from Edward I), and had
2) Lady Philippa Plantagenet of Clarence (1355-1377) m. Edmund Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March (1352-1381), and had
3) Roger Mortimer, 4th Earl of March (1374-1398) m. Lady Alianore Holland (1370-1405, descended from Edward I), and had
4) Lady Anne Mortimer (1388-1411) m. Richard of York, 3rd Earl of Cambridge (1385-1415, descended from Edward III), and had
Isabel (née Plantagenet),
Countess of Essex - see Generation 5
5) Lady Isabel Plantagenet (1409-1484) m. 2) Henry Bourchier, 1st Earl of Essex (1404-1483, descended from Edward III), and had
6) William, Lord Bourchier (c.1428-1477) m. 2) Lady Anne Woodville (c.1448-1489), and had
7) Cecily Bourchier (c.1473-1493) m. John Devereux, 2nd Lord Ferrers of Chartley (1464-1501, descended from Edward I), and had
8) Walter Devereux, 1st Viscount Hereford (c.1491-1558) m. 2) Margaret Garneys (d. 1599), and had
9) Sir Edward Devereux, 1st Baronet of Castle Bromwich (c.1550-1622) m. Katherine Arden (c.1556-1627, descended from Edward III), and had
10) Sir George Devereux of Sheldon Hall (c.1580-1666) m. Blanche Ridge (d. bef.1665), and had
11) George Devereux of Vaynor Park (d. 1682) m. Bridget Price (b. 1620, descended from Edward III), and had
12) Edward Devereux of Cefngwernfa House (d. 1686)[*1] m. Mary Saethon (descended from Edward III), and had
1st Earl of Liverpool -
see Generation 15
13) Elizabeth Devereux (d. 1741)[*2] m. Capt. Wolfran Cornewall of Winchester (c.1653-1720, descended from Edward III), and had
14) Amarantha Cornewall (1700-1785) m. Col. Charles Jenkinson of Burford Lawn Lodge (1693-1750), and had
15) Charles Jenkinson, 1st Earl of Liverpool (1729-1808) m. 2) Catherine Bishopp (1744-1827, descended from Edward III), and had
16) Lady Charlotte Jenkinson (1783-1863) m. James Walter Grimston, 1st Earl of Verulam

[*1] Edward Devereux, the fifth son of his parents, founded the Cefngwernfa branch of the Devereux family. He can be found in Table XXIX on p. 31 of Ruvigny's Isabel of Essex volume. Ruvigny was unaware of Edward's marriage to Mary Saethon, and unaware as well of this branch of the family (see p. 365 in the same volume). The source for Edward Devereux dying in 1686 is from the article 'Berriew in Stuart Times' by D.W. Smith in Montgomeryshire Collections Vol. 73 (1985), p. 27. I cannot find online a picture of Cefngwernfa House (which still exists today as a Barn), in the parish of Berriew, Montgomeryshire [today Powys], but Vaynor Park, the seat of his father, which came to the Devereuxs through his mother's family the Prices, is in the same parish.
Vaynor Park
[*2] Per the 1908 book The House of Cornewall by the 4th Earl of Liverpool & Compton Reade, p. 91, Elizabeth Devereux, the second wife of Capt. Wolfran Cornewall, was the daughter of "Edward Devereux, of Cefngwarnfa in Forden, Montgomery, by Mary of --- Saithon".

My next post will cover the remaining Edward III descents for Charlotte, Countess of Verulam.

Cheers,                                       -------Brad

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Edward III Descents for Hon. Theresa Parker (1775-1856)

Hon. Theresa Villiers
(née Parker)
The wife of Hon. George Villiers of Portman Square, great-grandfather of the author and poet George Villiers (1891-1942), was Hon. Theresa Parker. She was born 22 September 1775 at Saltram House, Plympton, Devon, the only daughter of the 1st Baron Boringdon, by his second wife Hon. Theresa Robinson (who has a bio in ODNB). Theresa Parker never knew her sophisticated, artistic mother, who died three months after Theresa's birth. Theresa married Hon. George Villiers on 17 April 1798 at her father's house in Berkeley Square, Westminster, London, lived almost thirty years his widow, died 12 January 1856 at The Grove, Watford, Hertfordshire, and was buried at St Mary Church, Watford.
The Grove, in Watford, Hertfordshire


Hon. Theresa Parker is on p. 643 of Ruvigny's Anne of Exeter volume (her descent from that lady is Line Q below). Theresa has a total of 33 separate lines of descent from Edward III, through both of her parents. They are as follows, with links to the most recent individuals in Leo's Genealogics database for each.

Edward III had 4 sons A1, R1, S1 & FF1 (see below)
A1) Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence (1338-1368) m. 1) Elizabeth de Burgh (1332-1363, descended from Edward I), and had
A2) Lady Philippa Plantagenet of Clarence (1355-1377) m. Edmund Mortmer, 3rd Earl of March (1352-1381), and had a dau A3 & a son Q3 (see below)
A3) Lady Elizabeth Mortimer (1371-1417) m. 1) Sir Henry 'Hotspur' Percy (1364-1403), and had a dau A4 & a son G4 (see below)
A4) Lady Elizabeth Percy (c.1395-1437) m. 1) John, 7th Lord Clifford (1388-1422, descended from Edward I), and had a dau A5 & a son C5 (see below)
A5) Mary Clifford (c.1420-by1458) m. Sir Philip Wentworth of Nettlestead (1424-1464), and had
A6) Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead (1448-1499) m. 1) Anne Say (c.1448-aft.1489), and had
A7) Margery Wentworth (c.1478-1550) m. Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall (c.1474-1536), and had a dau A8 & a son B8 (see below)
A8) Dorothy Seymour (b. c.1516) m. 1) Sir Clement Smith of Little Baddow (by1515-1552), and had
1st Baron Boringdon -
see Generation A15
A9) Dorothy Smith m. Edmund Parker of Court House (d. 1611), and had
A10) John Parker, Heir of Court House (1563-1610) m. Frances Mayhew, and had
A11) Edmund Parker of Boringdon Hall (1592-1649) m. Amy Seymour (see B11 below), and had
A12) Edmund Parker of Boringdon Hall (1613-1691) m. 1) Alice Southcote (d. 1664, descended from Edward I), and had
A13) George Parker of Boringdon Hall (1651-1743) m. 2) Anne Buller (descended from Edward I), and had
A14) John Parker of Boringdon Hall (1703-1768) m. Lady Catherine Poulett (see P15 below), and had
A15) John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon of Boringdon (1735-1788) m. Hon. Theresa Robinson (see C16 below), and had
A16) Hon. Theresa Parker (1775-1856) m. Hon. George Villiers of Portman Square

B8) Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (c.1500-1552) m. 1) Katherine Filliol (1498-c.1535),
Amy Parker (née Seymour) -
see Generation B11
and had
B9) Lord Edward Seymour of Berry Pomeroy (c.1523-1593) m. Jane Walshe, and had
B10) Sir Edward Seymour, 1st Baronet of Berry Pomeroy (c.1563-1613) m. Elizabeth Champernowne (see Y9 below), and had
B11) Amy Seymour (c.1593-1639) m. Edmund Parker of Boringdon Hall (see A11 above)

C5) Thomas, 8th Lord Clifford (1414-1455) m. Joan Dacre (c.1417-c.1452, descended from Edward I), and had
C6) John, 9th Lord Clifford (1435-1461) m. Margaret Bromflete (c.1436-1493), and had a son C7 & a dau F7 (see below)
C7) Henry, 10th Lord Clifford (1454-1523) m. twice & had a mistress, and had a son C8 and a dau E8 (see below)
C8) Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland, by 1st wife (1493-1542) m. 2) Lady Margaret Percy (see G8 below), and had 2 daus C9 & D9 (see below)
C9) Lady Elizabeth Clifford (b. c.1530) m. Sir Christopher Metcalfe of Nappa Hall (1513-1574), and had
C10) James Metcalfe of Nappa Hall (c.1551-1580) m. Joan Savile (d. 1617), and had
C11) Sir Thomas Metcalfe of Nappa Hall (1579-1655) m. Elizabeth Slingsby (see H11 below), and had
1st Baron Grantham -
see Generation C15
C12) Frances Metcalfe m. Sir William Robinson of Newby (1601-1658), and had
C13) Thomas Robinson of York (1634-1676) m. Elizabeth Tancred (c.1635-1664), and had
C14) Sir William Robinson, 1st Baronet of Newby (1655-1736) m. Mary Aislabie (see E15 below), and had
C15) Thomas Robinson, 1st Baron Grantham (1695-1770) m. Frances Worsley (see D16 below), and had
C16) Hon. Theresa Robinson (1745-1775) m. John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon of Boringdon (see A15 above)

D9) Lady Katherine Clifford (1518-1598) m. 2) Sir Richard Cholmley of Roxby (by 1516-1563, descended from Edward I), and had
D10) Sir Henry Cholmley of Roxby (1553-1616) m. Margaret Babthorpe (see Q10 below), and had
D11) Barbara Cholmley (c.1581-1619) m. Thomas Bellasis, 1st Viscount Fauconberg (see M11 below), and had
Frances (née Worsley), Dame
Robinson of Newby - see
Generation D16
D12) Hon. Henry Bellasis of Oulston (1604-1647) m. Grace Barton (c.1605-1660), and had
D13) Arabella Bellasis (1637-1687) m. Sir William Frankland, 1st Baronet of Thirkleby (c.1640-1697, descended from Edward I), and had
D14) Sir Thomas Frankland, 2nd Baronet of Thirkleby (c.1665-1726) m. Elizabeth Russell (1664-1733, descended from Edward I)[*1], and had
D15) Mary Frankland (c.1690-1722) m. Thomas Worsley of Hovingham Hall (see F15 below), and had
D16) Frances Worsley (1716-1750) m. Thomas Robinson, 1st Baron Grantham (see C15 above)

E8) Elizabeth Clifford, illegit. by mistress m. 1) Sir Ralph Bowes of Streatlam Castle (by1485-1516), and had
E9) Margery Bowes (b. c.1512) m. Sir Ralph Eure of Foulbridge (see W8 below), and had
E10) William, 2nd Baron Eure (1529-1594) m. 2) Margaret Dymoke (see J9 below), and had
E11) Anne Eure (by 1552-1627) m. Sir John Mallory of Studley Royal (1555-1619), and had
E12) William Mallory of Studley Royal (1578-1646) m. Alice Bellingham (see L11 below), and had
E13) Sir John Mallory of Studley Royal (1610-1656) m. Mary Moseley (c.1620-1702, descended from Edward I), and had
E14) Mary Mallory (1640-1683) m. George Aislabie of York (1618-1675), and had
E15) Mary Aislabie (1664-1720) m. Sir William Robinson, 1st Baronet of Newby (see C14 above)

F7) Elizabeth Clifford (c.1460-bef.1529) m. Sir Robert Aske of Aughton (see V6 below), and had
F8) John Aske of Aughton (c.1486-1544) m. Eleanor Ryther, and had
F9) Robert Aske, Heir of Aughton (c.1510-1542) m. 1) Eleanor Markenfield (see I8 below), and had
F10) Robert Aske of Aughton (c.1533-1590) m. 1) Elizabeth Dawnay (see X7 below), and had
2nd Lord Fairfax of Cameron
- see Generation F12
F11) Eleanor Aske (c.1566-1620) m. Thomas, 1st Lord Fairfax of Cameron (1560-1640, descended from Edward I), and had
F12) Ferdinando, 2nd Lord Fairfax of Cameron (1584-1648) m. Lady Mary Sheffield (d. 1619, descended from Edward I), and had
F13) Hon. Mary Fairfax (1616-1678) m. Henry Arthington of Arthington (see K13 below), and had
F14) Mary Arthington (1648-1711) m. Thomas Worsley of Hovingham Hall (c.1649-1715, descended from Edward I), and had
F15) Thomas Worsley of Hovingham Hall (1686-1751) m. Mary Frankland (see D15 above)

G4) Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland (1394-1455) m. Lady Eleanor Neville (see T3 below), and had 2 sons G5 & N5, and a dau P5 (see below)
G5) Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland (1421-1461) m. Eleanor Poynings (1428-1484, descended from Edward I), and had a son G6 & a dau I6 (see below)
G6) Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland (c.1449-1489) m. Lady Maud Herbert (c.1457-by1487), and had
G7) Henry Algernon Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland (1478-1527) m. Katherine Spencer (see DD5 below), and had a dau G8 & a son H8 (see below)
G8) Lady Margaret Percy (c.1495-1540) m. Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland (see C8 above)

H8) Sir Thomas Percy of Prudhoe Castle (c.1505-1537) m. Eleanor Harbottle (see N8 below), and had
H9) Mary Percy (1531-1598) m. Francis Slingsby of Scriven (c.1524-1600, descended from Edward I), and had
H10) Sir Henry Slingsby of Scriven (1560-1634) m. Frances Vavasour (d. 1611), and had
H11) Elizabeth Slingsby (b. 1581) m. Sir Thomas Metcalfe of Nappa Hall (see C11 above)

I6) Lady Margaret Percy (b. c.1447) m. Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (see U6 below), and had 3 daus I7, J7 & L7 (see below)
I7) Dorothy Gascoigne (c.1485-c.1520) m. Sir Ninian Markenfield of Markenfield Hall (c.1482-1528, descended from Edward I), and had
I8) Eleanor Markenfield (c.1510-c.1533) m. Robert Aske, Heir of Aughton (see F9 above)

J7) Elizabeth Gascoigne (c.1480-1559) m. Sir George Tailboys of South Kyme (1467-1538, descended from Edward I), and had 2 daus J8 & K8 (see below)
J8) Anne Tailboys (b. c.1510) m. 1) Sir Edward Dymoke of Scrivelsby Court (by 1508-1567, descended from Edward I), and had
J9) Margaret Dymoke (d. 1591) m. William, 2nd Baron Eure (see E10 above)

K8) Cecily Tailboys m. 1) Sir William Ingleby of Ripley Castle (1494-1528, descended from Edward I), and had
K9) Sir William Ingleby of Ripley Castle (1518-1578) m. Anne Mallory (d. 1586), and had
K10) Katherine Ingleby (by1550-aft.1601) m. William Arthington of Arthington (c.1535-1586), and had
K11) Cyril Arthington of Arthington (c.1570-1608) m. Rosamund Hawksworth, and had
K12) William Arthington of Arthington (c.1590-1623) m. Anne Tancred (see O10 below), and had
K13) Henry Arthington of Arthington (1616-1671) m. Hon. Mary Fairfax (see F13 above)

L7) Anne Gascoigne (b. c.1482) m. Sir Thomas Fairfax of Gilling Castle (c.1476-1520), and had
L8) Sir Nicholas Fairfax of Gilling Castle (1498-1571) m. 1) Jane Palmes, and had two daus L9 & M9 (see below)
L9) Mary Fairfax m. Sir Henry Curwen of Workington (1528-1596), and had
L10) Agnes Curwen m. Sir James Bellingham of Helsington (d. 1642), and had
L11) Alice Bellingham (d. 1611) m. William Mallory of Studley Royal (see E12 above)

M9) Margaret Fairfax m. Sir William Bellasis of Newburgh Priory (1523-1604), and had
M10) Sir Henry Bellasis, 1st Baronet of Newburgh (1555-1624) m. Ursula Fairfax (c.1557-1633, descended from Edward I), and had
M11) Thomas Bellasis, 1st Viscount Fauconberg (1577-1653) m. Barbara Cholmley (see D11 above)

N5) Sir Ralph Percy (1425-1464) m. Eleanor Acton (d. aft.1498), and had
N6) Margaret Percy m. Ralph Harbottle of Beamish (1453-1504, descended from Edward I), and had
N7) Sir Guiscard Harbottle of Beamish (1485-1513) m. Jane Willoughby, and had 2 daus N7 & O7 (see below)
N8) Eleanor Harbottle (1504-1567) m. 1) Sir Thomas Percy of Prudhoe Castle (see H8 above)

O7) Mary Harbottle (1507-1556) m. Sir Edward Fitton of Gawsworth (d. 1548), and had
O8) Sir Edward Fitton of Gawsworth (1527-1579) m. Anne Warburton (1527-1574, descended from Edward I), and had
O9) Anne Fitton (d. 1623) m. Thomas Tancred of Brampton Hall (d. 1627), and had
O10) Anne Tancred (c.1595-by 1657) m. 1) William Arthington of Arthington (see K12 above)

P5) Lady Katherine Percy (1423-1493) m. Edmund Grey, 1st Earl of Kent (see CC4 below), and had
P6) Lady Anne Grey (b. c.1448) m. John Grey, 8th Lord Grey of Wilton (see EE5 below), and had
P7) Edmund, 9th Lord Grey of Wilton (by1468-1511) m. Florence Hastings, and had
P8) Elizabeth Grey (d. 1559) m. John Brydges, 1st Baron Chandos of Sudeley (1492-1557), and had
P9) Elizabeth Brydges m. Henry Tracy of Toddington (d. 1557), and had
P10) Sir John Tracy of Toddington (d. 1591) m. Anne Throckmorton (d. 1581, descended from Edward I), and had
P11) Mary Tracy (1581-1671) m. 2) Horace, 1st Baron Vere of Tilbury (1565-1635, descended from Edward I), and had
P12) Katherine Vere (1613-by 1652) m. 2) John, 2nd Baron Poulett of Hinton St George (see Z11 below), and had
1st Earl Poulett - see
Generation P14
P13) John, 3rd Baron Poulett of Hinton St George (c.1641-1679) m. 2) Lady Susan Herbert (see AA11 below), and had
P14) John, 1st Earl Poulett (1668-1743) m. Bridget Bertie (see BB12 below), and had
P15) Lady Catherine Poulett (1706-1758) m. John Parker of Boringdon Hall (see A14 above)

Q3) Roger Mortimer, 4th Earl of March (1374-1398) m. Lady Alianore Holland (1370-1405, descended from Edward I), and had
Q4) Lady Anne Mortimer (1388-1411) m. Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Cambridge (see R2 below), and had
Q5) Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York (1411-1460) m. Lady Cecily Neville (see S3 below), and had
Q6) Lady Anne Plantagenet of York (1439-1476) m. 2) Sir Thomas St Leger of Guildford (by 1438-1483), and had
Q7) Anne St Leger (1475-1526) m. George Manners, 11th Lord Ros (1470-1513, descended from Edward I), and had
Q8) Katherine Manners m. Sir Robert Constable of Everingham (by 1495-1558), and had
Q9) Barbara Constable m. Sir William Babthorpe of Osgodby Hall (1534-1581), and had
Q10) Margaret Babthorpe (d. 1628) m. Sir Henry Cholmley of Roxby (see D10 above)

R1) Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York (1341-1403) m. 1) Isabel of Castile (1355-1392), and had
R2) Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Cambridge (1385-1415) m. 1) Lady Anne Mortimer (see Q4 above)

Cecily (née Neville),
Duchess of York - see
Generation S3
S1) John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (1340-1399) m. three times, and had 2 daus S2 & CC2, and a son DD2 (see below)
S2) Lady Joan Beaufort, by 3rd wife (c.1377-1440) m. twice, and had 3 sons X3, 3 & 3, and 4 daus S3, T3, U3 & V3 (see below)
S3) Lady Cecily Neville, by 2nd husband (1415-1495) m. Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York (see Q5 above)

T3) Lady Eleanor Neville, by 2nd husband (1403-1472) m. 2) Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland (see Q4 above)

U3) Mary Ferrers, by 1st husband (1394-1458) m. Sir Ralph Neville of Oversley (1395-1458, descended from Edward I), and had
U4) John Neville of Oversley (c.1415-1482) m. Elizabeth Newmarch (b. 1415), and had
U5) Joan Neville (c.1434-bef.1482) m. 1) Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (c.1428-1463), and had
U6) Sir William Gascoigne of Gawthorpe Hall (c.1450-1487) m. Lady Margaret Percy (see I6 above)

V3) Elizabeth Ferrers, by 1st husband (1393-1434) m. John, 4th Lord Greystoke (c.1390-1436), and had 2 daus V4 & W4 (see below)
V4) Anne Greystoke (c.1417-1477) m. Sir Ralph Bigod of Settrington (1410-1461), and had
V5) Elizabeth Bigod (c.1443-aft.1507) m. Sir John Aske of Aughton (1443-1497), and had
V6) Sir Robert Aske of Aughton (c.1463-1531) m. Elizabeth Clifford (see F7 above)

W4) Eleanor Greystoke m. Sir Ralph Eure, Heir of Witton Castle (d. 1461), and had
W5) Sir William Eure of Witton Castle (b. 1440) m. 1) Margery Constable, and had
W6) Sir Ralph Eure of Witton Castle (c.1460-1539) m. 1) Muriel Hastings (c.1464-1499, descended from Edward I), and had
W7) William, 1st Baron Eure, by 1st wife (c.1483-1548) m. Elizabeth Willoughby, and had
W8) Sir Ralph Eure of Foulbridge (by1510-1545) m. Margery Bowes (see E9 above)

X3) George Neville, 1st Lord Latimer, by 2nd husband (c.1411-1469) m. Lady Elizabeth Beauchamp (c.1411-1480, descended from Edward I), and had
X4) Sir Henry Neville (c.1435-1469) m. Joan Bourchier (see FF4 below), and had
X5) Richard Neville, 2nd Lord Latimer (1468-1530) m. 1) Anne Stafford (d. by 1521), and had
X6) Dorothy Neville (1496-1532) m. Sir John Dawnay of Sessay (d. 1553), and had
X7) Elizabeth Dawnay m. Robert Aske of Aughton (see F10 above)

Y3) Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury, by 2nd husband (c.1398-1460) m. Alice Montagu (1406-1462, descended from Edward I), and had
Y4) Lady Alice Neville (c.1434-aft.1503) m. Henry, 6th Lord Fitzhugh (1429-1472), and had 2 daus Y5 & AA5 (see below)
Y5) Alice Fitzhugh (c.1452-1516) m. Sir John Fiennes, Heir of Dacre (c.1447-c.1482, descended from Edward I), and had
Y6) Thomas Fiennes, 8th Lord Dacre (1472-1533) m. Anne Bourchier (see GG5 below), and had
Y7) Mary Fiennes (c.1497-1531) m. Sir Henry Norris of Bray (c.1491-1536, descended from Edward I), and had a dau Y8 and a son Z8 (see below)
Y8) Mary Norris (d. 1570) m. 2) Sir Arthur Champernowne of Dartington (by 1524-1578, descended from Edward I), and had
Y9) Elizabeth Champernowne m. Sir Edward Seymour, 1st Baronet of Berry Pomeroy (see B10 above)

Z8) Henry, 1st Baron Norris of Rycote (c.1525-1601) m. Margery Williams (d. 1599), and had
2nd Baron Poulett -
see Generation Z11
Z9) Katherine Norris (d. 1602) m. Sir Anthony Paulet of Hinton St George (1562-1600), and had
Z10) John, 1st Baron Poulett of Hinton St George (1586-1649) m. Elizabeth Kenn (1593-1663), and had
Z11) John, 2nd Baron Poulett of Hinton St George (c.1615-1665) m. 1) Katherine Vere (see P12 above)

AA5) Elizabeth Fitzhugh (1462-bef.1507) m. 1) Sir William Parr of Kendal (1434-1483), and had
AA6) Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal (1478-1517) m. Maud Greene (1492-1531, descended from Edward I), and had
AA7) Anne Parr (1515-1552) m. William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1506-1570), and had
AA8) Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1541-1601) m. 3) Mary Sidney (1561-1621, descended from Edward I), and had
AA9) Philip Herbert, 4th Earl of Pembroke (1584-1650) m. 1) Lady Susan de Vere (1587-1629, descended from Edward I), and had
AA10) Philip Herbert, 5th Earl of Pembroke (1621-1669) m. 2) Katherine Villiers (d. 1678, descended from Edward I), and had
AA11) Lady Susan Herbert (1650-1693) m. John, 3rd Baron Poulett of Hinton St George (see P13 above)

BB3) Edward Neville, 3rd Lord Abergavenny (c.1417-1476) m. 2) Katherine Howard (descended from Edward I), and had
BB4) Margaret Neville (c.1455-1506) m. John Brooke, 7th Lord Cobham (c.1447-1512, descended from Edward I), and had
BB5) Thomas Brooke, 8th Lord Cobham (c.1475-1529) m. 1) Dorothy Heydon (c.1477-by 1515), and had
BB6) Elizabeth Brooke (c.1503-1560) m. 1) Sir Thomas Wyatt of Allington Castle (c.1503-1542), and had
BB7) Sir Thomas Wyatt of Allington Castle (by1521-1554) m. Jane Haute (d. aft.1595), and had
Bridget (née Bertie),
Countess Poulett - see
Generation BB12
BB8) Anne Wyatt (1542-1592) m. Roger Twysden of Roydon Hall (1542-1603), and had
BB9) Jane Twysden (1572-1639) m. Sir William Monyns, 1st Baronet of Waldershare (d. 1643), and had
BB10) Sir Edward Monyns, 2nd Baronet of Waldershare (c.1600-1663) m. Elizabeth Style (d. 1703), and had
BB11) Susan Monyns (1651-1697) m. Hon. Peregrine Bertie of Waldershare (c.1634-1701, descended from Edward I), and had
BB12) Bridget Bertie (c.1684-1748) m. John, 1st Earl Poulett (see P14 above)

CC2) Lady Elizabeth of Lancaster, by 1st wife (1364-1425) m. 2) John Holland, 1st Duke of Exeter (c.1358-1400, descended from Edward I), and had
CC3) Lady Constance Holland (1386-1437) m. 2) Sir John Grey of Badmondisfield Hall (c.1385-1439, descended from Edward I), and had
CC4) Edmund Grey, 1st Earl of Kent (1416-1490) m. Lady Katherinre Percy (see P5 above)

DD2) John Beaufort, 1st Earl of Somerset, by 3rd wife (1373-1410) m. Lady Margaret Holland
1st Earl of Somerset -
see Generation DD2
(1383-1439, descended from Edward I), and had 2 sons DD3 & EE3 (see below)
DD3) Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset (1406-1455) m. Lady Eleanor Beauchamp (1408-1467, descended from Edward I), and had
DD4) Lady Eleanor Beaufort (c.1440-1501) m. 2) Sir Robert Spencer of Ashbury (c.1435-1510), and had
DD5) Katherine Spencer (1477-1542) m. Henry Algernon Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland (see G7 above)

EE3) John Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset (1404-1444) = unidentified mistress, and had
EE4) Tacyn Beaufort, illegit. (c.1428-1494) m. Reginald Grey, 7th Lord Grey of Wilton (1421-1494, descended from Edward I), and had
EE5) John Grey, 8th Lord Grey of Wilton (c.1445-1499) m. Lady Anne Grey (see P6 above)

FF1) Thomas of Woodstock, 1st Duke of Gloucester (1355-1397) m. Lady Eleanor de Bohun (1366-1399, descended from Edward I), and had
FF2) Anne Plantagenet, Countess of Buckingham (1383-1438) m. 3) William Bourchier, 1st Count of Eu (c.1374-1420), and had
FF3) John Bourchier, 1st Lord Berners, by 3rd husband (c.1411-1474) m. Margery Berners (1409-1475), and had a dau FF4 & a son GG4 (see below)
FF4) Joan Bourchier (c.1448-1470) m. Sir Henry Neville, Heir of Latimer (see X4 above)

GG4) Sir Humphrey Bourchier (1443-1471) m. Elizabeth Tilney (1446-1497), and had
GG5) Anne Bourchier (1470-aft.1530) m. Thomas Fiennes, 8th Lord Dacre (see Y6 above)

This post concludes all of the Edward III lines in the ancestry of George Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon. My next post will cover the ancestry of his wife, Lady Katharine Grimston.

Cheers,                                  ----Brad