'Lacy3'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Lacy of Beverley, Lacy of Folketon

Foster identifies the arms of this family as "Sa., a cheron between 3 stags' heads cabossed argent".
John Lacy of Folketon
1. Richard Lacy of Folketon (a 1296)
  m. Juliana (sister of Ranulph de Folketon)
  A. Richard Lacy
  i. Edmund Lacy (a 1336)
  a. John Lacy of Folketon (a 1385)
  (1) Peter Lacy (a 1406)
  (A) Walter Lacy
  (i) Thomas Lacy
  (a) William Lacy
  ((1)) Thomas Lacy of Folketon (a 1507)
  m. _ Gower (dau of Sir Thomas Gower of Stitnam)
((A)) Robert Lacy of Folketon
  m. Elizabeth Layton (dau of _ Layton of Sproxton)
((i)) Bryan Lacy of Folketon
  m. Elizabeth Conyers (dau of Gregory Conyers of Whitby)
  ((a)) Robert Lacy of Folketon in Dickering (a 1584)
  m. (before 09.08.1582) Katherine Thirkeld (dau/coheir of Marmaduke Thirkeld of Esthorpe)
  (((1))) John Lacy of Folketon (dsp 1604?)
  (((2))) Barbara Lacy (b c1584)
  (((3))) Mary Lacy (d 04.05.1649)
  m. William St. Quintin of Harpham
  (((4))) Everell Lacy
  m. Herbert St. Quintin (brother of William)
  ((b)) Ann Lacy
  m. John Aislaby
  ((c)) Margaret Lacy
  m. John Dobson of Newcastle
  ((d)) Barbara Lacy
  m. Allen Russell of London
  ((e)) Ellinor Lacy
  m. John Wolfe of Scarborough
  ((f)) Mary Lacy
  m. Anthony Harrison of Flixton
  ((g)) Jane Lacy
  m. John Whalley of Scarborough
  ((ii)) Robert Lacy of Scarborough
  ((a))+ issue - John, Petronell
  ((iii)) Ralph Lacy of Preston, Lancashire (priest)
  ((B)) Lancelot Lacy of Sherborne in Pickering
  The following comes from Visitation (Foster, Yorkshire, 1612, 'Lacy of Beverley').
  m. _ Moreton
  ((i)) Thomas Lacy of Beverley
  m. Ann Whitehouse (dau of William Whitehouse of Barnby)
  ((a)) Thomas Lacy of Beverley (a 1612)
  m. Elizabeth Francis (dau of Richard Francis of Beckingham)
  (((1)))+ issue (a 1612) - William, Thomas
  ((b)) William Lacy
  m. Elizabeth (Newby or of Newby)
  (((1))) Benedict Lacy
  (2)+ other issue - Alice, Elizabeth

Main source(s): Visitation (Foster, Yorkshire, 1584 with additions, 'Lacy of Folketon')
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