'Holme03'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Holme of Chester, Holme of Tranmere

                               
Earwalker identifies the arms of this family as "Barry of six Or and Azure on a canton Ermine a rose Gules, seeded Or, bearded Vert". That looks as though it was based on the arms shown for the family on Holme02 without a chaplet but with differences of the colour of the canton and the addition of the rose.
Robert Holme of Tranmere
1. William Holme (2nd son)
  A. Richard Holme of Tranmere
  i. William Holme of Chester, last of Tranmere (d 1617, stationer)
  B. Thomas Holme of Chester (d 1610, smith)
  m. Elizabeth Devenett (d 1608, dau of John Devenett of Kinderton)
  i. Randle Holme, Sheriff then Mayor of Chester (b c1571, d 01.1654-5, arms painter & herald)
m1. Elizabeth Alcock (d 1635, dau of Thomas Alcock, widow of Thomas Chaloiner of Chester)
  a. William Holme of Chester (d 1623)
  b. Randle Holme, Sheriff then Mayor of Chester (bpt 1601, d 1659, arms painter & herald)
  m1. Katherine Ellis (dau of Matthew Ellis of Chester)
  (1) Randle Holme of Chester (bpt 1627, d 03.1699-1700, arms painter & herald)
  m1. Sarah Soley (d 1665, dau of Rev. Henry Soley of Forton)
  (A) Randle Holme, Sheriff of Chester (b 1659, d 1707, arms painter & herald)
  m. Margaret Lloyd (d 03.1732-3, dau of Griffith Llloyd of Llanarmon)
  (i)+ issue (d young) - Randle, 4 daughters
  (B)+ 4 daughters
  m2. Elizabeth Wilson (d 1685, dau of George Wilson of Chester)
  (F)+ other issue - George (a 1704), John (a 1704), 5 sons (d young), 2 daughters
  (2)+ other issue - William (d 1666), Ralph (d 1642), 5 daughters
  m2. Elizabeth Dodd (d 1661, dau of Thomas Dodd, widow of Sam. Martin)
  m2. Katherine Allen (d 01.1671-2, dau of Ralph Allen, relict of Matthew Ellis & Matthew Browne)
  ii.+ other issue - William of London (d 1607, stationer), Ralph of Chester (d 1641, smith, had issue), Thomas (d unm 1639), 4 daughters

Main source(s): 'The history of the church and parish of St. Mary-on-the-Hill' (J.P. Earwalker (edited by Rupert Morris, 1898), 'Holme of Chster', p288)
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