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This section first uploaded on 15.12.07.
Knockvergus, Earl of Hereford
m. Tegir Owen Vren (dau/heir of King Pelemore)
We can find nothing about King Knockvergus (or Knockfergus). The undermentioned "Rhees, King of South Wales" may have been the Rhys (Prince) shown on Wales 03 as having died in 1093 but that would mean that there are probably not enough generations down to the undermentioned Roger of Badwardine. We did wonder if the reference to King Pelemore should have been to King Pellinore, though there are probably not enough generations shown down to King Rhees. Pellinore, King of Listenoise (possibly Anglesey) was a son of King Pellam, descended from Joseph of Arimathea, and fought King Arthur and later joined the Round Table. However, he had many children. To avoid any doubt (!), we suggest that this section should be viewed as 'mythical' although there may well be valied inter-generational connections within it.
1. Monarcke, lord of Brecknock
  A. Denebenodge, lord of Counterseline
  m. Wenlian (dau of Justin, King of Glamorgan)
  i. Morridigge Worwine, lord of Counterseline
  m. Eleanora (dau of Rhees, King of South Wales)
  a. Llewllyn, lord of Lycheard
  m. Frene (dau of Knwyllyon ap Rhees, lord of Esterden)
  (1) Cecil, lord of Lycheard
  m. Leke (dau of Modac ap Rodreed, Lord Soughend)
(A) Leven
  m. Jennett (dau of John ap Rees Greig)
  (i) Roger Vower of Lycheard
  m. Katherine Baskerville (dau of Roger Baskerville)
  (a) Welts Soyes = Walter Seys = Sir Walter Vaughan
  WBO ("Vaughan of Bredwardine'") starts with Walter and reports that "In the pedigree books, he is said to have m. the heiress of Sir Walter Bredwardine, and to have taken up residence at Bredwardine." Various web sites name her Florence Bredwardine. Visitation (Walter Metcalfe (1887), Dorset, 1565, 'Vaughan of Shapwick') starts with his son Roger, identifiying him as married to the dau/heir of Bredwardine, although most sources identify that Roger as m. a dau of Sir Walter Devereux. Provisionally and somewhat arbitrarily, we assume that Roger inherited Bredwardine through the Devereux family and follow Walker's identification of Walter's wife as ...
  m. Wilian Bidwood (dau/coheir of Sir Welts Bidwood)
  ((1)) Roger Hereer of Badwardine = Roger Vaughan ('Rhosier Hen') of Bredwardine, Herefordshire
  m. Ann Devereux (dau of Sir Walter Devereux)
  B. Rice
  i. Sir Roger Williams



This section first uploaded on 11.03.08.
Sir William Phelip of Dennington, Suffolk
m. Julian Erpingham (dau of Sir Robert Erpingham of Erpingham)
1. Sir William Phelip of Dennington, 'Lord Bardolf' (b 1383, d 06.06.1441, Chamberlain)
  m. (before 1407) Joan Bardolf (b 11.11.1390, d 12.03.1446/7, dau of Thomas, Lord Bardolf, by Anice)
  A. Elizabeth Phelip (d before 30.10.1441)
  m. John Beaumont, 1st Viscount, Constable and Chamberlain (d Northampton 10.07.1460)
2. Rose Phelip apparently of this generation
  m. John Glemham of Glemham



This section first uploaded on 12.12.21.
Robert Hicks (b 1690, d 1744)
m. (06.05.1703) Sarah Goldstone (b 15.10.1677, bur 08.03.1755, dau of Thomas Goldstone by Esther Hutchin)
1. Sarah Hicks (b 1710, d 1790)
  m1. (08.06.1733) Robin Lukin (b 1708, d 1743)
  m2. William Windham (b 1718, d 1762)
  William & Sarah's son William was the last of the original Windhams of Felbrigg Hall. That William devised Felbrigg(e) Hall to William Lukin, Sarah's eldest grandson by her first marriage.
2. Jane Hicks (b 1713, d 1795)
  m. (12.01.1742) Matthias Rutton (b 1715, d 1795)
3.+ other issue - Robert (b/d 1709), Thomas 'of Tanfield (Essex)' (b 1712), Charles (b 1720), Elizabeth (b 1705), Mary (b 1717)



This section first uploaded on 31.05.22.
John Audley (Awdeley or Audly) of London & Sutton, Kent
m. Maud (Mawd or Maudlyn) Hare (dau of John Hare of London)
1. Hugh Audley 'of Buckenham Castle' (d 15.11.1662)
2. Alice Audley (Awdeley)
  m. Sebastian Bonfoy
3. Sarah Audley (Awdeley) (a 05.1619)
  m. Robert Harvey of London (Comptroller of the Customs)
4. Mary Audley (Awdeley)
  m1. Stephen Peacock
  A. Mary Peacock (a 11.1662)
m. John Davies of London (d 24.12.1652, draper)
  i. Sir Thomas Davies, Lord Mayor of London (b 1631, d 1679)
  a.+ issue - Thomas (d before 23.07.1705), John of London (a 1705), Robert (a 1705), James (a 1705)
  ii. William Davies
  iii. Alexander Davies 'of Ebury' (d 03.07.1665, scrivener)
  m. Mary Dukeson (d 11.07.1718, dau of Rev. Richard Dukeson of St. Clement Danes, m2. John Tregonwell)
  a. Mary Davies (b c1664, d 12.01.1729/30)
  m. (08.10.1677) Sir Thomas Grosvenor, 3rd Bart
  iv. Sarah Davies (a 1664)
  m. John Gournell of London (a 1664)
  v. Dorothy Davies
  m. _ Small
  m2. John Jennings
  B. Mary Jennings (a 1662, dsp)
  m. _ Griffith (d by 1662)
  C. Sarah Jennings
  m. _ Blithe
  i. son (d unm)
  ii. Sarah Blithe (a 1662)
  m. Samuel Price (a 1662)
5.+ other issue (a 01.1596, 05.1619, dsp) - Thomas, Nicholas



This section first uploaded on 01.06.22.
Hugh Gardner of March, Isle of Ely
1. Thomas Gardner (3rd son)
  m. Anne Calybutt (dau/coheir of William Calybutt of Cokesford)
  A. Humfrey Gardner of Histon, Cambridgeshire
  B. Katherine Gardner (bur 25.07.1616)
  m. Thomas Cromwell (son of Gregory, Lord Cromwell)

Main source(s):
(1) For lords of Lycheard : Walker's Yorkshire Pedigrees (1942, 'Vaughan of Sutton-upon-Derwent')
(2) For Phelip : TCP (Bardolf)
(3) For Hicks : FSCOMT
(4) For Audley : 'The Herald & Genealogist' (vol 6 (1871), 'The Pedigree of Awdeley', p152+) with support from 'The Hundred of Launditch and Deanery of Brisley' (G.A. Carthew, 1877, Part 2, p549+)
(5) For Gardner : 'The Hundred of Launditch and Deanery of Brisley' (G.A. Carthew, 1877, Part 2, p682)
[The section on some early Welsh connections was absorbed into Wales03 on 18.09.09; that on Bacon of Baconsthorpe has been moved to Bacon03; that on Stapley of Patcham to Stapley1; that on Hay (Hey) of Netherfield & Glyndebourne by Hay10.]
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