'PZmisc03'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Paslewe of Drayton Paslewe, Pedwardine of Burton, Pedwardine of Clipston, Pedwardine of Pedwardine, Pery of Limerick, Pery of Stackpole Court

                               
Edmund Pery (d 1655)
m. Susannah Sexton (dau of Edmond Sexton)
1. Edmund Pery of Stackpole Court (d 1721)
  m. Dymphna Stackpole (dau of Bartholomew Stackpole of Stackpole Court)
  A. Sexton Pery of Stackpole Court (d 1730)
B. Rev. Stackpole Pery 'of Stackpole Court' (b c1686, d 08.06.1739)
  m. (02.04.1716) Jane Twigge (d 31.08.1767, dau of William Twigge, Archdeacon of Limerick)
  i. Edmund Sexton Pery, Viscount Pery of Newton Pery (b 1719, d 1806, Speaker of House of Commons in Ireland)
  m1. (11.06.1756) Patty Martin (dsp 1757, dau of John Martin)
  m2. (27.10.1762) Elizabeth Vesey (dau of John Denny Vessey, 1st Lord Knapton)
  a. Diana Jane Pery (b 20.10.1764, d 24.11.1839)
  m. (31.05.1785) Thomas Knox, 1st Earl of Ranfurly (b 05.08.1754, d 20.04.1840)
  b. Frances Pery (d 22.02.1859)
  m. (01.1789) Nicholas Calvert of Hunsdon House (b 15.05.1764, d 13.04.1841)
ii. William Cecil Pery, Bishop of Limerick, 1st Lord Glentworth of Mallow (b 26.07.1721, d 04.07.1794)
  m1. (1755) Jane Walcot (d 20.06.1792, dau of John Minchen Walcot of Croagh by Eleanor, dau of William Caulfeild of Donamon)
  a. Edmund Henry Pery, 1st Earl of Limerick (b 08.01.1758, d 07.12.1844)
  m. (29.01.1783) Mary Alice Ormsby (d 13.06.1850, dau of Henry Ormsby of Cloghan by Mary, sister/heir of Sir Henry Hartstonge of Bruff, Bart)
  (1) Henry Hartstonge Pery, 'Lord Glentworth' (b 26.05.1789, dvp 07.08.1834) had issue
  m. (11.05.1808) Annabella Edwards (d 18.09.1868, dau of Tenison Edwards of Old Court)
  (2) Edmund Pery of Bury House (b 07.02.1797, d 31.12.1860) had issue
  m. (14.02.1825) Elizabeth Charlotte Cockayne (b c1799, d 21.04.1883, dau of Hon. William Cockayne of Cullen family)
  (3) Theodosia Pery (d 10.12.1839)
  m. (11.07.1811) Thomas Spring Rice, 1st Lord Monteagle (b 08.02.1790, d 07.02.1866)
  (4) Lucy Pery (d 23.12.1845)
  m. (16.03.1816) Rowland Stephenson, later Standish, of Farley Hill (d 26.04.1843)
  (5) Frances Selina Pery (d 11.06.1855)
m. (03.08.1819) Sir Henry Roddam Calder, 5th Bart of Muirtoune
  (6) Louisa Pery (d 06.08.1852)
  m. (28.07.1825) Sir Peter Van Notten Pole, Bart
  (7) Cecil Jane Pery (d 24.04.1888)
  m. (18.03.1828) Count John Leopold Ferdinand Casimir de la Feld (d 05.09.1866)
  (8) Caroline Alicia Pery (b c1803, d 11.12.1890)
  m. (16.02.1832) George Russell (d d 1878, dau of Rt. Hon Sir Henry, Bart)
  (9)+ other issue - Edmond Cecil (b c1785, d 10.05.1793), William Cecil (b 16.02.1791, d St. Sebastian 21.08.1818), Mary (d 26.01.1817)
  b. Eleanor Pery (d 21.01.1821)
  m. (1784) Sir Vere Hunt, 1st Bart of Curragh Chase
  m2. (1792) Dorothea Lewis (dau of William Lewis, Archdeacon of Kilfenora)
  iii. Diana Pery
  m. (08.10.1733) Rev. Henry Smyth (son of Thomas, Bishop of Limerick)
  iv. Dymphna Pery
  m. (1751) William Monsell of Tervoe
  v. Lucy Pery
  m. (23.12.1751) Sir Henry Hartstonge, Bart of Bruff
  vi. Jane Pery
  m. (06.1774) Lancelot Hill of Limerick
  vii.+ other issue - Stackpole (d young), Wray (d infant), Sexton (d infant), Anne (d infant), Frances, Mary

 

 

Hamo Paslew of Drayton Paslew, Buckinghamshire
1. Ralph Paslew
  m. Lucy
  A. John Paslew (a 1274)
  m. Margaret
i. John Paslew (a 1327)
  a. Nicholas Paslewe of Drayton (a 1377)
  m. Margaret Burgh (dau of _ Burgh of Watlesburgh)
  (1) Nicholas Paslewe
  (A) Ralph Paslewe
  m. Amicia Kynaston (dau of Richard Kynaston)
  (i) Margaret Paslewe
  m. William Lacon (a 1379)

 

 

Walter de Pedwardyne (presumed to be Bredwardine, Herefordshire)
Maddison identifies Walter's wife as Maude. It is a presumption that she was ...
m. Maud de Lingen (dau of John de Lingen)
1. Roger de Pedwardyne (of Pedwardine)
  m. Alice de Longchamp (d 1330, dau of Henry de Longchamp of (Burton and) Warnborough Manor)
  Maddison follows the line of their son Sir Roger. Various web sites show Florence, heiress of Bredwardine, as daughter of the following Walter. It would not surprise us is if in fact Bredwadrine passed into the Vaughan family through marriage with the Devereux family (see here),who had obtained it through the Barre family (see possible connection below), but that might possibly be too many generations, although the following Walter may have been confused with the Walter above.
  A. Walter de Pedwardyne of Pedwardine aka Bredwardine
  i. Florence de Pedwardine (Bredwardine)
  m. Sir Walter Vaughan of Bredwardine ## see here ##
  ii. daughter shown by some web sites as sister of Florence
  m. Thomas Barre or Barry
  B. Sir Roger de Pedwardyne of Clipston (Nottinghamshire), 'of Burton' (d 1340 or 10.02.1368/9)
  m. Agnes Darcy (dau of Philip Darcy)
i. Sir Walter de Pedwardine of Burton & South Warnborough (d 1405)
  m1. Isabella Hilton (dau of Sir Robert Hilton by Margaret de Thweng)
  Maddison has 2 sections for the Pedwardines of Burton Pedwardine (pp. 764-765 & 1295-6) which disagree with each other. We presume that the latter, which appeared in the final volume, corrected the first and so show the latter (but add some siblings mentioned in the first but not the second version).
a. Sir Robert de Pedwardine (b 1355, d 26.04.1432)
  m. Elizabeth Pierpont (dau of Robert Pierpont)
  (1) Walter de Pedwardine (dvp 1420)
  m1. Katharine Ingleby (dau of John Ingleby of Ripley)
  ## Maddison's first version shows Roger, Margaret (m. Alexander Leeke), Katherine (wife of Nicholas Dene then David Cecil), Joan (dsp) and Anne (m. John Mackerell) as children of Walter by Katherine (not there identified as an Ingleby). The second version shows only Roger.
  (A) Roger Pedwardine, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (a 1441)
  m. Beatrice Leeke (dau of Matthew Leeke or Leake by Roger's stepmother)
  (i) Christopher Pedwardine of Burton and Brompton (a 1467)
  (ii) Peter Pedwardine (dsp)
  (B) Margaret Pedwardine presumed to fit here (see note ## just above)
  m. Alexander Leeke (son of Matthew)
  m2. Katharine or Margaret Markham (dau of Sir John Markham of Notts, widow of Matthew Leake of Honlande)
  Maddison's first version names her Katherine, dau of Sir John Markham of Notts, widow of Matthew Leake of Honlande. Maddison's second version names her Margaret, dau of Sir John Markham of Sedgebrooke, Lord Chief Justice, remarried to John Flete of Frampton. We connect to the Margaret, shown on Markham01 as sister of the Lord Chief Justice.
  b. Sir Walter de Pedwardine of Clipston (a 1412)
  (1) Sir Walter de Pedwardine of Clipston
  Maddison's first version does not mentions either this Walter or his father. We follow the second version which shows his wife plus just one daughter, Katharine, plus her descendants.
m. Elizabeth Hussey (dau of Sir William Hussey)
  (A) Katharine Pedwardine of Clipston
  m1. Nicholas Deene
  (i) John Deene of Barrowby (a 1490)
  m. Margaret Armyn
  (a) Dorothy Deene (Dene)
  m1. Sir Richard Bozon of Barrowby (d 1524)
  m2. (12.01.1525-6) William Vernon of Barrowby
  m2. David Cecil this marriage mentioned by Maddison's first version only
  (B) Joan Pedwardine (dsp) presumed to fit here (see note ## above)
  (C) Anne Pedwardine presumed to fit here (see note ## above)
  m. Joan Mackerell of Boston
  c. Katharine de Pedwardine
  m2. (by 1398?) Mary Thweng (dau of Sir _ Thweng)
  ii.+ other issue - Brian, Alice

Main source(s):
(1) For Pery (uploaded 17.05.04) : BP1934 (Limerick), BE1883 (Pery)
(2) For Paslewe (uploaded 14.09.05) : Visitation (Shropshire, 1623, Lacon of Lacon etc)
(3) For Pedwardine (uploaded 12.07.07) : Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees (1904, 'Pedwardine of Burton Pedwardine' (2 sections, p764+ & p1295+))
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