Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


John Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 383-385
" JOHN5 SHELDON (John,4 Richard,3 Hugh,2 Richard1) was born about 1495, and was living as late as 1572, when he must have been nearly fourscore years of age (vide infra, No. 9, Star Chamber case). He married twice, but the names of his wives have not been found.
About 1523 he succeeded to lands of his father in Monyash, Flagg, and Ashford, and also acquired lands in Taddington, where he lived during part of his life. All these places are townships in the parish of Bakewell, co. Derby.
The earliest mention found of him is as a juror at a court of the manor of High Peak Hundred, held 9 Oct., 21 Henry VIII [1529]; he also appears as a juror at courts held 10 Oct., 23 Henry VIII [1531], 14 May, 30 Henry VIII [1538], 6 Dec., 32 Henry VIII [1540], 9 Oct., 33 Henry VIII [1541], and 31 May, 36 Henry VIII [1544]. The court rolls also show that on 7 Nov., 23 Henry VIII [1531], John Sheldon paid 2d. for a license to make a settlement with Robert Stadon, and that on 10 Oct., 10 Elizabeth (1568), Thomas Jackson and others were deputies for John Sheldon, frankpledge of Taddington and Priestcliffe. (Court Rolls of the Manor of High Peak Hundred, 41/429-436, 42/446.)
In the subsidy of 37 Henry VIII [1545-46] John Sheldon was assessed 3s. 4d. at Holmchill in Taddington on goods valued at £5. (Lay Subsidies, 92/166.)
In 1563 John Sheldon of Taddington, co. Derby, yeoman, complainant in Chancery, sheweth that he is seised by lawful conveyance of a farmhold and 20 acres of land in Monyashe, co. Derby, and hath long held and enjoyed the same. But of late divers evidences thereto pertaining have casually come to the hands of Rauff Buxston and William Buxston, husbandmen, who under colour thereof have seized the premises. Complainant prays for a writ of subpoena against them. (Chancery Proceedings, Series 2, 160/67.)
In Apr. 1555 a house with 40 acres of land, in Monyash was bought in the name of Henry6 Sheldon, younger son of John5 Sheldon; and in 1591 this property became a subject of litigation between Richard6 and Henry6 Sheldon, the sons of John5 Sheldon, in the Court of Star Chamber, as will be duly shown. (Vide infra, No. 9.)
pg385
The names of the children of John5 Sheldon are learned from this important lawsuit.
Children by first wife:
i. ROGER,6 b. about 1520; d. s.p. in Mar. 1590/1.
9. ii. RICHARD, b. about 1525.
Children by second wife:
iii. HENRY, b. about 1530; d. at Dronfield, co. Derby, in 1600
iv. THOMAS, b. about 1535; d. before 1591
v. GEORGE, b. about 1540.


Roger Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385
"ROGER,6 b. about 1520; d. s.p. in Mar. 1590/1. His father is said to have conveyed to him in 1572, as eldest son, the house and 40 acres of land in Monyash above mentioned. (See Star Chamber case, infra, No. 9.)
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John Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 383-385
" JOHN5 SHELDON (John,4 Richard,3 Hugh,2 Richard1) was born about 1495, and was living as late as 1572, when he must have been nearly fourscore years of age (vide infra, No. 9, Star Chamber case). He married twice, but the names of his wives have not been found.
About 1523 he succeeded to lands of his father in Monyash, Flagg, and Ashford, and also acquired lands in Taddington, where he lived during part of his life. All these places are townships in the parish of Bakewell, co. Derby.
The earliest mention found of him is as a juror at a court of the manor of High Peak Hundred, held 9 Oct., 21 Henry VIII [1529]; he also appears as a juror at courts held 10 Oct., 23 Henry VIII [1531], 14 May, 30 Henry VIII [1538], 6 Dec., 32 Henry VIII [1540], 9 Oct., 33 Henry VIII [1541], and 31 May, 36 Henry VIII [1544]. The court rolls also show that on 7 Nov., 23 Henry VIII [1531], John Sheldon paid 2d. for a license to make a settlement with Robert Stadon, and that on 10 Oct., 10 Elizabeth (1568), Thomas Jackson and others were deputies for John Sheldon, frankpledge of Taddington and Priestcliffe. (Court Rolls of the Manor of High Peak Hundred, 41/429-436, 42/446.)
In the subsidy of 37 Henry VIII [1545-46] John Sheldon was assessed 3s. 4d. at Holmchill in Taddington on goods valued at £5. (Lay Subsidies, 92/166.)
In 1563 John Sheldon of Taddington, co. Derby, yeoman, complainant in Chancery, sheweth that he is seised by lawful conveyance of a farmhold and 20 acres of land in Monyashe, co. Derby, and hath long held and enjoyed the same. But of late divers evidences thereto pertaining have casually come to the hands of Rauff Buxston and William Buxston, husbandmen, who under colour thereof have seized the premises. Complainant prays for a writ of subpoena against them. (Chancery Proceedings, Series 2, 160/67.)
In Apr. 1555 a house with 40 acres of land, in Monyash was bought in the name of Henry6 Sheldon, younger son of John5 Sheldon; and in 1591 this property became a subject of litigation between Richard6 and Henry6 Sheldon, the sons of John5 Sheldon, in the Court of Star Chamber, as will be duly shown. (Vide infra, No. 9.)
pg385
The names of the children of John5 Sheldon are learned from this important lawsuit.
Children by first wife:
i. ROGER,6 b. about 1520; d. s.p. in Mar. 1590/1.
9. ii. RICHARD, b. about 1525.
Children by second wife:
iii. HENRY, b. about 1530; d. at Dronfield, co. Derby, in 1600
iv. THOMAS, b. about 1535; d. before 1591
v. GEORGE, b. about 1540.


Thomas Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385
"THOMAS, b. about 1535; d. before 1591, according to testimony in the suit in 1591-92 between his brothers Richard and Henry Sheldon (vide infra, No. 9). In the subsidy of 1571 he was assessed 3s. at Ashford on goods valued at £3, and in that of 1581 he paid 5s. on goods valued at £3. (Lay Subsidies, 92/229, 244.)"


George Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385
"GEORGE, b. about 1540. He was executor of the will of his brother, Henry Sheldon, in 1600."


Hugh Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385-386
"8. HUGH6 SHELDON (Hugh,5 Hugh,4 Richard,3 Hugh,2 Richard1), of Monyash, in Bakewell, co. Derby, born about 1520, died between 1590 and 1597. The name of his wife is unknown. He appears as his father's successor in the sixth generation of the Sheldon pedigree in the Visitation of 1662.
The earliest mention found of him is on 1 Mar., 33 Henry VIII [1541/2], when an indenture was made between Humfrey Stafford of Eyam, co. Derby, Esq., and 'Hew Sheldon of Monyasshe, Co. Derby, the younger, yeoman,' whereby the said Humfrey demised to the said Hew a dwelling house and lands in Monyasshe late in the occupation of Alice Sheldon, widow [Hew's grandmother], for a term of twenty years at an annual rental of £1. Is. 4d. (Derbyshire Charters, vol. 7, p. 47.)
In the subsidy of 37 Henry VIII [1545-46] Hugh Sheldon, Jr., was assessed 3s. 4d. at Monyash on goods valued at £6. (Lay Subsidies, 92/166.) After the death of his father, about 1555, Hugh Sheldon appears in two more subsidies for lands in Ashford, paying 16d. in the subsidy of 13 Elizabeth [1570-71] and 8s. in the subsidy of 23 Elizabeth [1580-81]. (Lay Subsidies, 92/229, 244.)
Fifteen days after Easter, 16 Elizabeth [26 Apr. 1574] a final concord was made between Hugh Sheldon, Sr., querent, and Thomas Foljambe and Elizabeth, his wife, deforciants, concerning two houses. gardens and orchards, and 60 acres of various lands in Derby, the consideration being £100. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Easter Term, 16 Elizabeth.)
On the Octave of St. Hilary. 20 Elizabeth [20 Jan. [1577/8], a final concord was made between Humphrey Dakyn and Richard Sleigh clerk, querents, and Hugh Sheldon, Sr., and Hugh Sheldon, Jr., and Joane, his wife, deforciants, concerning three houses, a cottage, four gardens, four orchards, 100 acres of arable land, 20 acres of meadow, 30 acres of pasture 4 acres of woodland 200 acres of brushwood, and 200 acres of moorland, in Monyash and Flagg, in Bakewell, co. Derby the consideration being £80. (Feet of Fines, Hilary Term, 20 Elizabeth.) Probably this transaction was in the nature of a mortgage and not a sale.
Hugh7 Sheldon, Jr., of Monyash was a defendant in lawsuits in 1586, 1588, and 1590, so that it is evident that Hugh6 Sheldon, the father, was living in 1590.
Children:
10. i. HUGH,7 b. about 1545.
11. ii. GEORGE, b. about 1547."


Richard Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385-387
" 9. RICHARD6 SHELDON (John,5 John,4 Richard,3 Hugh,2 Richard1), born about 1525, died about 1600. The name of his wife is unknown.
On the death, without issue, of his elder brother, Roger Sheldon, in Mar. 1590/1, Richard Sheldon became the latter's heir. This circumstance caused litigation between Richard Sheldon and his younger half brother, Henry Sheldon, and important genealogical information is derived from the following abstracts of the voluminous documents in the various actions, counteractions, and depositions in this case in the Court of Star Chamber:
In Trinity Term, 33 Elizabeth [June 1591], Richard Sheldon of Taddington, in Bakewell, co. Derby, complainant, sheweth that about I and 2 Philip and Mary [1554-55] his father, John Sheldon, bought of Richard and Alice Staley certain lands. etc., in Monyash .... (must trial text skipped here by DWS)
... On 6 Oct. 1596 a final concord was made between William Trubshaw, querent, and Richard Sheldon, deforciant, concerning a house and 32 acres of land in Monyash and Flagg, the consideration being £40. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Michaelmas Term, 38 Elizabeth.)
Children:
12. i. ROGER,7 b. about 1550.
ii. RICHARD, b. about 1555; probably bur. at Bakewell 7 Mar. 1621/2."


Henry Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385
" iii. HENRY, b. about 1530; d. at Dronfield, co. Derby, in 1600; m. (1) ALICE ---- ; m. (2) at Dronfield, 28 June 1596, Elizabeth Cartwight. Fifteen days after Easter, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary [29 Apr. [1555], a final concord was made between Henry Sheldon, querent, and Richard Staley and Alice, his wife, deforciants, concerning a dwelling house, 30 acres of arable land and 10 acres of pasture in Monyash, co. Derby, the consideration being £20. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Easter Term, I and 2 Philip and Mary.) In 1591-92 the true status of this transaction and the title to this property became the subject of a lawsuit between this Henry Sheldon and his elder half brother, Richard Sheldon. (Vide infra, No. 9.) On 24 Apr., 5 Edward VI [1551] Hugh Roland was fined 3s. 4d. for assaulting Henry Sheldon of Monyash; and on 24 Oct., 5 Edward VI [1551], Henry Sheldon and Thomas Newton were each fined 10s. for assaulting each other. (Court Rolls of the Manor of high Peak Hundred, 41/438, 42/439.) On 6 Oct. 1591 John Manners, Esq., and others were querents in a final concord with Henry Sheldon and Alice, his wife, and Robert Mower and Joane, his wife, deforciants, concerning a dwelling house, two cottages, a barn, three gardens, an orchard, and 72 acres of land in Taddington, Priestcliffe, and Bakewell Co. Derby, the consideration being £100. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Michaelmas Term, 33 Elizabeth.) About this time Henry Sheldon settled at Holmewood in the parish of Dronfield, co. Derby. In his will, dated 4 July 1600 Henrie Sheldon of Holmewood in the parish of Dronfield co. Derby, mentions his wife Elizabeth, his brother George Sheldon, his son-in-law William Trubshawe and the latter's wife Agnes and their children, his son-in-law Robert Mower and the latter's wife Joane and their children, and his godchildren Henry Sheldon, Ellen Cutlove, and Edward Drabbe, and makes his brother George Sheldon executor. The will was proved by the executor 19 Nov. 1600, the inventory amounting to £28. 19s. 4d. (Lichfield Wills, book 4, fo. 43.)
Children by first wife:
1. Agnes,7 b. about 1560; in. William Trubshawe.
2. Joane, b. about 1565; m. Robert Mower."


Henry Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385
" iii. HENRY, b. about 1530; d. at Dronfield, co. Derby, in 1600; m. (1) ALICE ---- ; m. (2) at Dronfield, 28 June 1596, Elizabeth Cartwight. Fifteen days after Easter, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary [29 Apr. [1555], a final concord was made between Henry Sheldon, querent, and Richard Staley and Alice, his wife, deforciants, concerning a dwelling house, 30 acres of arable land and 10 acres of pasture in Monyash, co. Derby, the consideration being £20. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Easter Term, I and 2 Philip and Mary.) In 1591-92 the true status of this transaction and the title to this property became the subject of a lawsuit between this Henry Sheldon and his elder half brother, Richard Sheldon. (Vide infra, No. 9.) On 24 Apr., 5 Edward VI [1551] Hugh Roland was fined 3s. 4d. for assaulting Henry Sheldon of Monyash; and on 24 Oct., 5 Edward VI [1551], Henry Sheldon and Thomas Newton were each fined 10s. for assaulting each other. (Court Rolls of the Manor of high Peak Hundred, 41/438, 42/439.) On 6 Oct. 1591 John Manners, Esq., and others were querents in a final concord with Henry Sheldon and Alice, his wife, and Robert Mower and Joane, his wife, deforciants, concerning a dwelling house, two cottages, a barn, three gardens, an orchard, and 72 acres of land in Taddington, Priestcliffe, and Bakewell Co. Derby, the consideration being £100. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Michaelmas Term, 33 Elizabeth.) About this time Henry Sheldon settled at Holmewood in the parish of Dronfield, co. Derby. In his will, dated 4 July 1600 Henrie Sheldon of Holmewood in the parish of Dronfield co. Derby, mentions his wife Elizabeth, his brother George Sheldon, his son-in-law William Trubshawe and the latter's wife Agnes and their children, his son-in-law Robert Mower and the latter's wife Joane and their children, and his godchildren Henry Sheldon, Ellen Cutlove, and Edward Drabbe, and makes his brother George Sheldon executor. The will was proved by the executor 19 Nov. 1600, the inventory amounting to £28. 19s. 4d. (Lichfield Wills, book 4, fo. 43.)
Children by first wife:
1. Agnes,7 b. about 1560; in. William Trubshawe.
2. Joane, b. about 1565; m. Robert Mower."


Agnes Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385


Joane Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 385


Hugh Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 388-390
" 10. HUGH7 SHELDON (Hugh,6 Hugh,5 Hugh,4 Richard,3 Hugh,2 Richard1), of Monyash and Ashford, in Bakewell, co. Derby, born about 1545, died at Monyash 17 Aug. 1610. He married, about 1570, JOANE --------.
He appears as his father's successor in the seventh generation of the Sheldon pedigree in the Visitation of 1662, and in various records between 1572 and 1590 is called 'Hugh Sheldon, Junior,' to distinguish him from his father, Hugh6 Sheldon.
On 21 Jan. 1577/8 Hugh Sheldon, Jr., with his wife Joane, joined with his father, Hugh Sheldon Sr., in mortgaging certain lands to Humphrey Dakyn and Richard Sleigh. (Vide supra, p. 386.)
On 25 June 1586 George Sutton and other inhabitants of Over Haddon, co. Derby, complain that from time immemorial they had sole rights of commons of pasture on a certain moor there held of the Crown. But of late Hugh Sheldon the younger and divers other inhabitants of Monyash have pastured their cattle on said moor without right. On 25 May 1590 Hugh Sheldon the younger and others, defendants, answer that the said towns of Monyash and Over Haddon both lie in the manor of High Peak Hundred, so that the inhabitants of both towns have common rights in the moors referred to. (Pleadings in the Duchy of Lancaster, Elizabeth, S. 140/11, 151/10.)
On 19 June 1588 Nicholas Booth of Ashford, co. Derby, bailiff to George [Talbot], Earl of Shrewsbury, complainant, sheweth that the Crown was seised in the Duchy of Lancaster of 130 acres called Haddonheye, etc., in the manor of High Peak, co. Derby. On 8 May 1568 Her Majesty demised said lands to one Thomas Pynner for twenty-one years from the expiration of a former lease to one George Abell. By later conveyances from the said Pynner, Charles Paget, and Nicholas Blackwall the term in the premises lawfully came on 13 May 1577 to the said Earl of Shrewsbury. But of late one Hugh Sheldon, Jr., and others have forcibly seized the premises.
Hugh Sheldon was assessed at Ashford for lands in three subsidies: in 39 Elizabeth [1596-97] he paid 4s. on lands valued at 20s.; in 42 Elizabeth [1599-1600] he paid 8s. on lands valued at 40s.; and in 44 Elizabeth [1601-02] he paid 2s. 8d. on lands valued at 40s. (Lay Subsidies, 93/295, 291, 305.)
Inquisition taken at Bakewell, co. Derby, 7 Oct., 14 James I [1616], after the death of Hugh Sheldon, late of Monyash, yeoman. The jurors say that Hugh Sheldon died seized of four dwelling houses and 33 acres of arable land, etc., in Monyash, and of a dwelling house and 12 acres of arable land in Flagg, and that the said houses and lands were held of Gilbert (Talbot), late Earl of Shrewsbury, as of his manor of Monyash, in free and common socage, and are worth clear 33s. 6d. per year. The said Hugh Sheldon died at Monyash 17 Aug., 8 James I [1610], and Richard Sheldon of Monyash, yeoman, is his son and heir and was 38 years of ago at the time of the death of the said Hugh Sheldon. (Inquisitions Post Mortem, Chancery Series 2, 691/174.)
Children
1. RICHARD,8 b. in 1572; d. s.v.p. 17 July 1617; m. in 1599 KATHERINE
ii. A DAUGHTER, b. about 1575; m. ROBERT MADDOCK.
Children (surname Maddock):
1. Agnes b. abt 1600; m. Wilcockson.
2. Anthony
iii. Henry, b. about 1577.
iv. HUGH, of Monyash, , b. about 1580; d. s.v.p. at Monyash in 1623; m. 1 Mar. 1620/1 AGNES FERNE,
v. Alice [?], b. about 1583; m. THOMAS Boam.


George Sheldon

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 80 pg 378-401
The Sheldons of Bakewell, Derbyshire, England and Isaac Sheldon of New England by J Gardner Bartlett of Boston, Mass: pg 390-391
" 11. GEORGE7 SHELDON (Hugh,6 Hugh,5 Hugh,4 Richard,3 Hugh,2 Richard1), of Youlgreave, co. Derby, born about 1547, died at Youlgreave in 1616. He married first, about 1572, ---; and secondly, about 1576, ELIZABETH ---, who survived him and died in Jan. 1623/4.
His children were given legacies in the will of his nephew, Hugh Sheldon of Monyash, dated 15 Aug. 1622 (vide supra, 10, iv).
The earliest mention found of him is in the record of a youthful quarrel with his distant kinsman, Roger7 Sheldon (12). the court of 30 Oct., 8 Elizabeth [1566], fining George Sheldon of Monyash 3s. 4d. for assault on Roger Sheldon of the same. (Court Rolls of the Manor of High Peak Hundred, 42/444.)
At a court held on 25 Oct., 27 Elizabeth [1585], George Sheldon was one of the frankpledges. (Ib., 42/454.)
Early in 1593 he acquired by the following fine an estate in Youlgreave, co. Derby, where he settled: Final concord made 21 Jan., 35 Elizabeth [1592/3], between George Sheldon, querent, and William Knyveton, Esq., and Maud, his wife, deforciants, concerning a dwelling house, three cottages, four gardens, three orchards, 20 acres of arable land, 5 acres of meadow, 8 acres of pasture, and 40 acres of underbrush, in Youlgreave, co. Derby, the consideration being £80. (Feet of Fines, Derbyshire, Hilary Term, 35 Elizabeth.)
The Will of GEORGE SHELDON of Youlgreave, co. Derby, yeoman, dated 28 Dec. 1616. To my son John Sheldon and my daughter Anne Sheldon. To my two unmarried sons, Hugh and Francis Sheldon. To my wife Elizabeth Sheldon. To my children, Hugh, John, Geoge, Richard, Anne, and Francis Sheldon. To Richard Slator. Executors: my kinsman Francys Bradbury and my kinsman [nephew] Richard Sheldon of Monyash Witnesses: Hugh Sheldon of Monyash and Thomas Swetnam. Proved by the executors 13 May 1617. Inventory, taken 11 Dec. 1616, £23. 19s. 8d. (Lichfield Wills, book 4, fo. 224.)
The Will of ELIZABETH SHELDON of Youlgreave, widow, dated 1 Jan. 1623/4. To my son-in-law (stepson) Hugh Sheldon and to his son Hugh. To my son George Sheldon and to each of his children. To my son Francys Sheldon. To my daughter-in-law Elizabeth Sheldon [widow of Richard] and her three children. To the children of my son John Sheldon. To my daughter Anne Caryngton and to her two children. Executor: my son-in-law Francys Caryngton. Supervisors: Thomas Swetnam, vicar of Youlgreave, Francys Bradbury, and my son John Sheldon. Proved by the executor 16 Feb. 1623/4. Inventory, taken 28 Jan. 1623/4, £14. 4s. 8d. (Lichfield Wills, book 4, fo. 220.)
Child by first wife:
i. HUGH8 b. about 1573; living at Youlgreave in 1624; m. about 1618 ---.
Children by second wife:
ii. JOHN,8 b. about 1577; d. in 1635; m. about 1601 ANNE --,
iii. GEORGE, b. about 1580; living in 1624; m. ---.
iv. RICHARD, b. about 1582; d. between 1617 and 1624;
v. ANNE, b. about 1585; m. FRANCIS CARRINGTON.
vi. FRANCIS, b. about 1588; living in 1624."