'Sackville01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Sackville of Buckhurst, Sackville of Sedlescombe (Selscombe)

                               
Herbrand de Salchevilla or Salkavilla or Sacheville (d 1079)
1. Jordan de Salkevil in Normandy (Sewer of England)
2. Sir William de Salkevil 'of Mount Bures & Bracstead' (b 1072)
  m. Albreda
  A. Sir William de Sackville (dvp?)
B. Hodierna de Sackville
  m. Matthew de Downham ("ancestor of Gernon family")
  C. Agnes de Sackville
  m. Richard de Anestye
  D. Beatrix de Sackville
  m. William de Glanville, lord of Bromholm
3. Robert de Salkevil (b 1084)
  m. Lettice Woodvill (dau of Sir Henry Woodvill)
  A. Sir Jordan de Sacheville or Sackville (d 1178)
  m. Hela de Dene (dau of Ralph de Dene of Buckhurst, grandson of Robert Pincerna)
  i. Sir Jordan de Sackville (dsp 1207-8)
  m. Clementia Vere (dau of Alberic Vere, Earl of Oxford)
  ii. Richard de Sackville (dsp)
iii. Sir Jefrey de Sacheville or Sackville
  m. (1169) Constance Brooke (dau of Sir Edmund Brooke)
  a. Sir Jordan de Sackville (b 1170)
  m. Maud de Normanville
  (1) Sir William de Sackville
  m. (1229) Clara Hastings (dau of Matthew de Hastings)
  (A) Sir Jordan de Sackville (d 1272)
  m. Margery Aguillon (dau (sb sister?)/coheir of Sir Robert de Aguillon)
  (i) Sir Andrew de Sackville (d 1296)
  m. Ermyntrude Malyns
  (a) Sir Andrew de Sackville
  m. Joan Mortimer (dau of Roger de Mortimer)
  ((1)) Sir Andrew Sackville (b 28.09.1306, d 22.09.1370) - continued below
  m1. (1337) Joan de la Beech (d c1341)
  m2. (1354) Joan Burgess
  (2) Philip de Sackville
  m. Maud
  (3) Bartholomew de Sackville
  b. Guy de Sackville
  c. Joan de Sackville
  m. William St. Leger
  iv.+ other issue - Ralph of Thorp, Guy, Warren
  B.+ other issue - Stephen, Nigel, Helias
4. Avice de Salkevile
  m. Walter Alfase (son of Gilbert)

 

 

Sir Andrew Sackville of Buckhurst (b 28.09.1306, d 22.09.1370) - continued above
m1. (1337) Joan de la Beech (d c1341, sister/heir of John de la Beeche)
1. Sir Thomas Sackville (dvpsp)
  m. Alice Walleis (dau of Sir John Walleis)
2. John Sackville of Debenham Sackville, Suffolk (dvpsp)
  m. Agnes Hoo (d 1405-6, dau of SIr Thomas Hoo, m2. John Gobat)
m2. (1354) Joan Burgess
3. Sir Thomas Sackville, Sheriff of Sussex (d 12.1432)
  m1. (1371) Margaret Dalingruge (dau of Sir Edward Dalingruge or Dalingridge)
  A. Andrew Sackville (d 1407-8)
  m.Agnes Lewknor (dau of Thomas Lewknor)
i. Andrew Sackville (dsp)
  B. Sir Edward Sackville (b 1378, d 12.1459, 4th son)
  m. (c1410) Margaret Wakehurst (dau of Richard Wakehurst of Wakehurst)
  i. Humphrey Sackville of Buckhurst (b c1423, d 24.01.1488-9)
  m. (1471) Catherine Browne (dau of Sir Thomas Browne of Beechworth Castle)
  a. Richard Sackville of Buckhurst, Sheriff of Surrey & Sussex (b 1472, d 18.07.1524)
  m. (1492) Isabel Dyggs (dau of John Dyggs of Barham)
  (1) Sir John Sackville of Buckhurst, Sheriff of Surrey & Sussex (b 1492, bur 05.10.1557)
  m. (1512) Anne (sb Margaret?) Boleyn (dau of Sir William Boleyn of Blickling)
  (A) Sir Richard Sackville of Buckhurst (b 1513, d 21.04.1566)
  m. Winifred Bruges (dau of Sir John Bruges, Mayor of London)
(B) Anne Sackville
  m. Sir Nicholas Pelham
  (C) Isabel Sackville
  m. John Ashburnham of Ashburnham
  (D) Mary Sackville
  m. John Lunsford of Hothley
(E) Richard Sackville
  (F) Christopher Sackville (d after 27.08.1558)
  m. Constance Colepeper (dau of Thomas Colepeper of Bedgbury)
  (i) John Sackville of Selscome or Sedlescome, Sussex (d 21.12.1619)
  m. Joan Downton (dau/heir of John Downton of Sedlescomb)
The following comes from Visitation (Sussex, 1530+1633-4, Sackvile) & Visitation (Sussex, 1662, Sackville of Sedlescombe).
  (a) Sir Thomas Sackville of Sedlescome (b by 1589)
  m1. (mcrt 02.12.1615) Elizabeth Boys (dau of Samuel Boys of Hawkhurst)
  ((1)) Thomas Sackville of Sedlescome (b c1622, d 03.01.1692, 2nd son)
  m. Margaret Compton (dau of Sir Henry Compton (by Sisley Sackvill, dau of Robert, Earl of Dorset), widow of Anthony Roper of Eltham)
  ((2))+ other issue - John (b c1620, dvp?), William, Joane
  m2. Anne Boys (dau of Sir Edward Boys of Fretvile, widow of Francis Warner)
  ((5))+ other issue - Edward, Frances, Mary
  (b) Sir John Sackville
  m. Elizabeth Walter (dau/coheir of Sir William Walter of Wimbleton)
  ((1))+ issue - Walter, William, daughter
  (c) Anne Sackville
  m1. John French of Chidinghurst
  m2. Robert Forster of Battaile
(d) Jane Sackville
  m. John White (brother of William of Nordiam)
  (e) Mary Sackville
  m. William White (brother of John of Nordiam)
  (ii)+ other issue - Andrew, Frances, Anne mentioned in Visitation (Kent, 1574, Coulpeper)
  (2) Richard Sackville
  m. (Agnes) Thatcher (dau of Thomas Thatcher of Sussex)
  (A) Anne Sackville
  m1/2. Henry Shelly or Warminghurst
  m2/1. Thomas Matson
  (3) Joan Sackville
  m. John Parker of Willingdon
  (4) Mildred Sackville
  m. Sir William FitzWilliam of Gainspark Hall
  (5) Mary Sackville
  m. Robert Roberts of Glastenbury
  (6) Catharine Sackville
  m. Sir John Baker of Sisinghurst
  (7)+ other issue - John/William (priest), Edward, Isabel (d 21.10.1570, prioress)
  b. Edward Sackville of Dorking, Surrey (4th son)
m. Joan Kynaston (dau of Sir Roger Kynaston)
  (1) William Sackville (d 19.05.1693)
  m. Rose Gaynesford (dau of Richard Gaynesford)
  (A) John Sackville of Polesden Lacy (b c1673)
  m. Ann Harvey (dau of Sir William Harvey, Clarencieux King of Arms)
  c.+ other issue - William (d 1508), John (had issue), Elizabeth, Katherine
  C. Alice Sackville
  m. Reginald Malyn of Chynor
  D. Elizabeth Sackville
  m. William St. John of Sussex
  m2. (c1370) Maud Lovet (d 09.05.1393, dau of John Lovet of Liscombe, widow of Sir Andrew Sackville of Emmington & Buckhurst)
  E.+ other issue - Richard (dsp 1524), William (dsp), John (dsp), Joan, Catherine
  m2. Cecily (relict of John Rede)
4. Alice Sackville
  m. John le Zouch of Sidenham
m3. (sp) Maud (apparently Maud Lovet, d 1393, dau of John Lovet of Liscombe, m2. Sir Edmund de la Pole)

Main source(s): Collins's 'Peerages of England (vol II, 1812, Sackville, Duke of Dorset) with support (and a little input, mainly on dates) from various web sites, in particular http://thesussexweald.org and 'TUDOR'
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