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This section first uploaded on 17.06.08, updated 07.01.10.
John Alphew or Alphege of Bore Place, Kent (d 1489)
m. Isabel Petit (dau of Richard Petit)
1. Margaret Alphew mentioned by Visitation (Surrey), Visitation (Kent) & BHO
  m. Sir Robert Reade (d c1519, Chief Justice)
2. Agnes Alphew mentioned by Visitation (Surrey) but not by Visitation (Kent) or BHO
  m. William Bond
3. Elizabeth Alphew not mentioned by Visitation (Surrey), identified as a nun by Visitation (Kent), shown by BHO as married to ...
  m1. George Gainsford (son of Sir John of Crowhurst) connection possibly but not clearly confirmed by the Gainsford source
  m2. William Brograve of Beckenham connection confirmed by the Brograve source
4.+ other issue - Edmond (dvpsp?), John (dvpsp?), Brigid, Joane, Dorothy mentioned only by Visitation (Kent)



This section first uploaded on 15.04.09.
Thomas Willycotts of Tew Magna = Wilcotts of Great Tew (Oxfordshire)
m. Elizabeth Hall (dau/heir of Edward Hall of Swarford by Margery, dau/heir of Sir Richard Wakested of Tew by Elianor, dau/heir of Sir Richard Arderburgh of Tew by Elianor, dau/heir of Sir Thomas Purscell of Purscell by Millicent, dau/heir of Richard Berwyke of Berwyke Hall by Margaret, dau/heir of Sir William Shershall of Tew by Johanna/ dau/heir of Sir John Pratell)
The Harleian editor drew the connection from Thomas & Elizabeth to an unnamed dau/heir who married John Wylcott (WilcotT) rather than to John Wylcotts himself but we presume that this was an error (rather than, say, the son-in-law taking the Wilcotts name after the marriage).
1. John Wilcotts of Great Tew
  A. Elizabeth Wilcotts
  m. Henry Raynford of Raynford Hall
  B. Margaret Wilcotts
  m. John Ashfeilde of Eithorpe



This section first uploaded on 26.08.09.
Sir William Peverell
1. Achelyne Peverell
  m. Robert Dabernon of Stoke Dabernon @@ below
2. Allice Peverell
  m. Sir Thomas Hever
  A. Margaret Hever
  m. Oliver Brokas
  i. John Brokas (dsp)
3. Lucy Peverell
  m. _ Bussey
  A. Sir John Bussey
  i. Sir William Bussey
  a. Sir Hugh Bussey
  (1) Joane Bussey
  m. William Fyffyd
  (A) Sir William Fyffyd



This section first uploaded on 26.08.09, amended 08.11.11.
Roger Dabernon of Stoke Dabernon, Surrey
m. Achelyne Peverell (dau of Sir William Peverell) @@ above
1. Sir John Dabernon of Stoke Dabernon
  A. Sir John Dabernon of Stoke Dabernon
  i. John Dabernon of Stoke Dabernon
Vivian starts with this John and, whilst noting that some sources show Mawde Gifford as his wife, shows her as wife of his son William. Vivian describes Mawde as dau/coheir of Mathew Gifford, son of Batholomew son of William son, by Ann dau/coheir of Sir William Brewer of Buckland Brewer, of Roger Clifford of Clovelly but notes that one source shows Ann Brewer as wife of Roger's grandson Bartholomew.
  m. Maude Gifford (dau/heir of Mathew Gifford son of Barthelmew son (by Anne, dau/heir of William Brewer) of Roger of Methe)
  a. William Dabernon of Stoke Dabernon & Bradford
  m. Elizabeth Uvedall or Mawde Gifford? see note just above
  (1) John Dabernon of Bradford mentioned by Visitation (Cornwall)
  (A) Joan Dabernon
  m. Sir John Dennys of Giddicott
  (2) Elizabeth Dabernon mentioned by Visitation (Surrey)
  m. William Crosier (son of Sir William son of Sir John)
  (A) Anne Crosier
  m. Sir Henry Norbury (d 1464)



This section first uploaded on 20.10.20.
Richard Buckner (steward to the Duke of Richmond)
m. Mary Saunders
1. John Buckner, Bishop of Chichester (b 1734, dsp 1824)
  m. (1768) Elizabeth Heron
2. Charles Buckner, later Mayor of Chichester (b c1735, d 1811, Admiral)
  m1. (1763) Mary Parke
  A. Richard Buckner of Chichester (b 1772, d 1837, Lt. Colonel, younger son)
  m. (31.07.1775) Mary Marsh Pierce (Peirce) (a 1828)
  i.+ issue - Richard (b 25.10.1812, d unm 12.08.1883, painter), 3 others
  B.+ other issue - Charles (d young?), Mary
  m2. Anne Frewen

Main source(s):
(1) For Alphew & Reade : BHO (History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, Volume 3, Parishes: Chidingstone), Visitation (Surrey, 1530+1572, Carrell), Visitation (Kent, 1574, Willoughby)
(2) For Willcotts : Visitation (Oxfordshire, 1566+1574+1634, Raynesford of Great Tewe and Ashfield of Ewelme)
(3) For Peverell : Visitation (Surrey, 1530+1572+1623, Vincent)
(4) For Davernon : Visitation (Surrey, 1530+1572+1623, Vincent), Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1887), Cornwall, 1530+1573+1620+additions, Dennis of Menheniot)
(5) For Buckner : Wikipedia ('John Buckner' & 'Charles Buckner' & 'Richard Buckner (artist)')
[The section on Mutton/Muton has been absorbed into Mytton3; that on Reade of Liknkenholt by Reade4; that on the Kincaids by Kincaid1.]
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