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Families covered: Seymour of Burton, St. Maur (Seymour) of Penhow, Seymour of Somerset

Sir Richard de St. Maur of Penhow
1. Sir Roger de St. Maur (d c1300)
  A. Sir Roger de St. Maur of Penhow (a 1316)
  m. Joan Damarel (dau of _ Damarel of Devonshire)
  i. John Seymour of Penhow (d c1359)
  a. Roger Seymour of Penhow
(1) daughter
  m. _ Bowlay of Penhow
  ii. Sir Roger Seymour
  m. Cecily de Beauchamp (d 07.06.1394, dau of John de Beauchamp, 2nd Lord of Hacche)
  a. Sir William Seymour (d 25.08.1391)
  m. Margaret de Brockbury (dau of Simon de Brockbury)
(1) Roger Seymour (a 1394)
  m. Maud Esturmi (dau of Sir William Esturmi (Sturmy) of Chadham, Lord of Wolf Hall)
  (A) John Seymour, Sheriff of Wiltshire (d c1463)
  BP1934 identifies John's wife as Isabel, dau/heir of Mark William, Mayor of Bristol. It appears that she was in fact ...
  m. (30.07.1424) Isabel Macwilliam (dau/heir of William Macwilliam)
(i) John Seymour, Sheriff of Wiltshire (dvp c1464)
  m. Elizabeth Coker (dau of Sir Robert Coker of Lawrence Lydiard)
  (a) John Seymour (b c1450, d 1492)
  m1. Elizabeth Darrell (dau of Sir George Darrell of Littlecote)
  ((1)) Sir John Seymour of Wolf Hall (d 21.12.1536)
  m. Margery Wentworth (d 1550, dau of Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlested)
  ((A)) John Seymour (d unm 15.07.1520)
  ((B)) Sir Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (b 1500, d 22.01.1551-2)
Sir Edward obtained great power, becoming Governor of the King's Person and Protector of the Realm during the early years of King Edward VI, but failed to relax his grip as the young King grew older. He was attainted and executed. The dukedom was eventually resurrected in favour of a great-grandson by his second marriage (William, Marquess of Hertford) although it eventually fell to a descendant of his eldest surviving son (Edward, 6th Bart of Berry Pomeroy).
  m1. (1527, div 1535) Catherine Fillol (dau of Sir William Fillol of Fillol's Hall)
  ((i)) John Seymour (dsp 1553)
  ((ii)) Sir Edward Seymour of Berry Pomeroy, Sheriff of Devon (d 06.05.1593)
  m. Margaret Walsh (dau of John Walsh of Cathanger)
  m2. (1537) Anne Stanhope (b c1497, d 16.04.1587, dau of Sir Edward Stanhope of Rampton)
  ((iii)) Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford (b 12.10.1537, d 06.04.1621)
m1. (25.12.1560) Catherine Grey (d 26.01.1567, dau of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk)
  m2. Frances Howard (dsp 14.05.1598, dau of William Howard, 1st Lord of Effingham)
  m3. (c05.1601) Frances Howard (dsp 08.10.1639, dau of Thomas Howard, Viscount Bindon)
((iv)) Henry Seymour (dsp)
  m. Joan Percy (dau of Thomas Percy, 7th Earl of Northumberland)
  ((v)) Anne Seymour (d 1588)
  m1. (03.06.1550) John Dudley, Earl of Warwick (dsp 21.10.1554)
  m2. (29.04.1555) Sir Edward Unton of Wadley
  ((vi)) Mary Seymour (d 18.01.1570)
  m1. Andrew Rogers of Branston
m2. Sir Henry Peyton
  m3. Francis Cosbie
  ((vii)) Elizabeth Seymour (d 03.06.1602)
  m. Sir Richard Knightley of Norton (d 01.09.1615)
((viii))+ other issue (d unm) - Edward (d 1574), Margaret, Jane, Catherine
  ((C)) Sir Henry Seymour of Marwell (d 1578)
  m. Barbara Morgan (dau of Thomas Morgan)
  ((D)) Thomas Seymour, Lord of Sudeley (dsp 10.03.1548-9, Lord High Admiral)
m. (03.03.1546-7) Catharine Parr (d 05.09.1548, dau of Sir Thomas Parr of Kendal)
  ((E)) Jane Seymour (d 14.10.1537)
  m. (20.05.1536) Henry Tudor, King Henry VIII of England (b 28.06.1491, d 28.01.1547)
  ((F)) Elizabeth Seymour
  m1. Sir Anthony Oughtred
  m2. (before 1538) Gregory Cromwell, 1st Lord (d 04.07.1551)
  m3. (sp) John Paulet, 2nd Marquess of Winchester (d 04.11.1576)
((G)) Dorothy Seymour
  m1. Sir Clement Smith
  m2. Thomas Leventhorpe
  ((H))+ other issue (d infant) - John, Anthony, Margery
  partner unknown
  ((K)) Sir John Seymour (d before 04.08.1599)
  m. (1568) Jane or Joan Poyntz (dau of Sir Nicholas Poyntz of Iron Acton)
  ((2)) Jane Seymour apparently of this generation
  m. (1513) Sir John Hodelston of Millom (d 12.01.1547)
  ((3))+ 3 sons and 3 daughters
  m2. _ Hardon (dau of Robert Hardon)
  ((9)) Roger Seymour (dspm)
  (b) Humphrey Seymour of Evenswinden, Wiltshire
  m1. Elizabeth Winslow (dau of Thomas Winslow of Burton)
  The following comes from Visitation (Oxfordshire, 1566+1574+1634, Seymour of Burton).
  ((1)) Simon Seymour of Burton (eldest soni)
  m. Sisley Brill (dau/coheir of William Brill of Brill)
  ((A)) Alexander Seymour of Burton
m. Elizaebth Storke (dau/coheir of Tristram Storke of Trent)
  ((i)) Simon Seymour (dsp)
  ((ii)) John Seymour or Seymer of Burton
  m. Margaret Streightley (dau of Edmund Streightley of Whittfeild, widow of Richard Parre of Eynsham)
  ((B)) Philip Seymour (dsp)
  ((C)) Anne Seymour
  m. John Bulkley of Bampton
  ((2)) John Seymer of Hanford, Dorset (a 1482)
This connection is speculative. Collins (1741, vol I, Seymour, Duke of Somerset) reports that the Seymours (Seymers) of Hanford were possibly descended from the above-mentioned Humphrey of Evenswinden and the dates indicate that there were probably no intervening generations between this John and that Humphrey. However, those are the only bases for making the connection as shown.
  m. _ Pulvertopp (dau of William Pulvertopp)
  ((3()) Elianor Seymour
  m. John Ashfeild of Heithrope
  m2. (sp) ?? (widow of Lord Sayes)
  Reported in Visitation (Berkshire, 1623, Sottewell of Greenham) was ...
  (ii) Roger Seymour shown as 'of Andover' in Visitation (Wiltshire, 1623, Sotewell)
  m. Sybilla Harden (dau of Richard Harden of Harden)
  (a) John Seymour (dsp)
  (b) Margery or Maud Seymour
  m. Thomas Sottwell of Chute
  (2) Lettice Seymour reportedly of this family, of this generation
  m. Sir William de Gamage of Rogaid
  b. Cecily Seymour possibly of this generation
  m. Richard de Cornewall of Burford (b 1360, d 1443)

Main source(s): BP1934 (Somerset)
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