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This section first uploaded 19.08.06.
We suspect that the following John was a son or grandson of William Poole of Poole but hope to investigate this further in due course.
John Poole ("2 brother of ... Poole in com. Cester")
1. John Poole (dsp)
2. Richard Poole
  m1. _ Danvers
  A. Leonard Poole (d 30.09.1514-5)
  m. Catherine Brydges (dau of Sir Gyles Brydges)
  i. Mathew Poole of Saberton (Saperton), Gloucestershire
  m. Julian Densell of Devon
a. Thomas Poole of Baguley, Yorkshire had issue
  ii. Gyles Poole (d 24.02.1588)
  m1. Elizabeth Whittington (dau of Thomas Whittington of Pantley)
a. Sir Henry Poole of Saperton
  m. Anne Wroughton (dau of William Wroughton)
  (1) Sir Henry Poole of Saperton
  m. Beatrice Brydges (dau of William Brydges, 4th Lord Chandos)
  (A) Sir William Poole of Saperton (b c1620)
  Visitation ends with this generation. It is assumed that this was the William who married ...
  m. Meriell Tracy (dau of Robert Tracy, 2nd Viscount of Rathcoole)
(B) Beata Poole (bur 18.07.1678)
  m. (20.04.1636) Thomas Pope, 3rd Earl of Downe (b 1598, d 11.01.1667/8)
  Not mentioned by Visitation but presumably 2nd wife of this Sir Henry was the following Anne who is identified in TCP (Newburgh) as mother of Anne, Countess of Newburgh.
  m2. Anne Withypool (dau of Sir Edmund Withypool)
  (C) Anne Poole (bpt 10.08.1637, bur 26.05.1692)
  m. (after 06.1655) Sir James Livingstone, 1st Earl of Newburgh (b c1622, d 04.12.1670)
  (2) Eleanor Poole
  m. Richard Feteplace (d 1615)
  (3) Frances Poole
  m. Nevill Poole of Okes, Wiltshire
  (4) Dorothy Poole
  m. John Savage of Elmsley
  (5) Anne Poole
  m. Theobald Gorge
  (6)+ other issue - Guy (dsp), Devereux (dsp)
  Visitation shows Sir Henry as having had a 2nd wife, Beatrix, dau of William Bridges, Lord Shandoys, as well as showing his son Henry as having married Beata, dau of Lord Bridges, Baron Chandois. We assume that this was in error.
  m2. Ellen Lewkenor
  A site visitor (CV, 27.10.06) kindly brought our attention to the fact that Anne Poole, daughter of a John Poole & wife of William Aylesbury & mother of Sir Thomas, was niece of Sir Henry Poole of Saperton. It is possible that John was a son of Gyles but by which marriage is unknown.
b. John Poole
  (1) Anne Poole (bur 06.11.1596)
  m. William Aylesbury 'of Erston' of St. Andrew's, Holborn, London (d 12.1620, m2. ??)
  The following comes from "The History of Retford" by John S. Piercy (published 1828), with thanks to a site visitor (CV, 27.07.12) for bringing this to our attention, and TCB (vol 2, Aylesbury).
  (A) Sir Thomas Aylesbury, Bart (b 1576, d 1657, Master of the Requests and of the Mint)
  m. (c10.1611) Anne Denman (bur 13.11.1661, dau of Rev, Francis Denman of West Retford (by Anne, dau of Robert Blount of Eckington & widow of Nicholas Towers), widow of William Darell)
  (i) William Aylesbury (bpt 13.07.1612, d 1657) possibly 2nd Bart for short time
  (ii) Frances Aylesbury (bpt 25.08.1617, d 08.08.1667, "eventually sole heir")
  m. (10.07.1634) Sir Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon, Chancellor (b 18.02.1608/9, d 16.12.1674)
  Their elder daughter married King James II/VII and was mother of Queen Mary (who m. William of Orange) and Queen Anne.
  (iii)+ 3 others
  (B) Anne Aylesbury probably of this generation
  m. Francis Marsh of Edgeworth (d before 30.07.1630)
iii.+ other issue - Henry, John
  B. Henry Poole
  C. daughter
  m. _ Cassey of Gloucestershire
  m2. _ Gouldwell of Kent
  D. William Poole
  E. daughter
  m. _ Newton of Somerset
  F. daughter
  m. _ Newbery of Somerset
3. daughter
  m. _ Bonham of Bonham Hall, Wiltshire
4. (Edyth) Poole
  Visitation shows another daughter who m. _ Vudall or Vuedale of Dorset. This may be Edyth who married ...
  m. Henry Uvedale of More Crichill, Dorset



This section first uploaded 03.10.06.
Sir John Peche (1st) of Lullingstone Castle (d 1380-1)
1. Sir William Peche
  A. Sir John Pech 'of Lullingston', Sheriff of Kent (a 1429)
  i. Sir William Peche of Lullingstone Castle, Sheriff of Kent (d 1487) who apparently married ...
  m. Beatrix Chichley (dau of John Chichley of Wimple)
  a. Sir John Peche of Lullingstone Castle (d unm)
  b. Elizabeth Peche
  m. John Hart of Westmill, Hertfordshire, later of Lullingstone Castle



This section first uploaded 06.06.09 (based on a section originally uploaded within TZmisc04 on 07.11.06).
Sir Stephen Thornhurst
m. Sibilla Crispe (dau of William Crispe, Lieutenant of Dover Castle)
We speculate (without any real evidence although we understand that some other web sites show Stephen & Sibilla in this family's pedigree) that Stephen & Sibillla were parents of the following Stephen. Stephen's marriages & sons are mentioned in www.kentarchaeology.org.uk (see here, with thanks to a site visitor (DS, 06.06.09) for bringing this to our attention).
1. Sir Stephen Thornhurst ('Thornix')
  m1. Mary Gifford (d 05.1609, dau of John Gifford of Ichell & Weston, widow of Sir RIchard Baker)
  A. Sir William Thornhurst of Agney (not Agnes) Court, Kent the first mentioned by TCB
  Identified by the kentarchaeology site as 'of Ford' but assumed to be the William who was later of Agney Court. This is thought to be a reasonable assumption not least because he named his son after his mother's family.
  m. Anne Lyte-Howard (dau of Charles Lyte-Howard, son of Thomas Howard, 1st Viscount of Bindon)
  i. Sir Gifford Thornhurst, Bart of Agney Court (d 16.12.1627)
  m. Susan Temple (bur 20.11.1669, dau of Sir Alexander Temple, she m2. Sir Martin Lister of Thorpe Arnold)
  a. Frances Thornhurst
  m. Richard Jennings of Standridge (d 1668)
  b. Barbara Thornhurst
  ii. Frances Thornhurst apparently of this generation
  m. Sir Robert Napier, 2nd Bart of Luton Hoo (d 1660)
  m2. (after 1611) Dorothy Drew (dau of Roger Drew of Densworth, widow of Hippocrate de Otten)
  B. Sir Thomas Thornhurst (d 1627, General)
  Thanks to a site visitor (DS, 06.06.09) for bringing to our attention the entry within BHO (The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11, Monuments in the cathedral) which provides the following:
  m. Barbara (coheir of Thomas Shirley)
  i.+ issue - Anthony, Barbara, Cecilia

Main source(s):
(1) For Poole : Visitation (Gloucestershire, 1623, Poole)
(2) For Peche : BP1870 (Dyke)
(3) For Thornhurst : TCB (vol i, Thornhurst of Agnes Court) with input as noted above
[The section on Gifford has been moved to Giffard05.]
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