'Isley1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Isley of Sundridge (Sondrige)

VCH reports that this the following family was known in early deeds as Isle, Isley, L'Isle and De Insula.
John de Insula of Sundridge, Kent (a 1317)
1. ?? Isley or de Insula
  A. Roger Isley
  m. Joane de Fremingham (dau of Sir Ralph de Fremingham of Farningham (d c1359, Sheriff of Kent) & sister/heir of John of Lose & Sundridge Manor (d 1411-2, Sheriff of Kent))
  i. John Isley
  a. Roger Isley of Sundridge Manor (d 1429) the first mentioned by Visitation
(1) William Isley of Sundridge & Dreyhill, Sheriff of Kent (dsp 1463-4)
  (2) John Isley this generation omitted by Visitation
  (A) John Isley of Sundridge, Sheriff of Kent (d 1483)
  m. ?? Morley (dau of Nicholas Morley of Glyn, Lady Paston)
  (i) Thomas Isley of Sundridge
  m. Elizabeth Guldeford (dau of Sir Richard Guldeford, KG)
  (a) Sir Henry Isley of Sundridge, Sheriff of Kent
m. Cicelley Crowmar (dau of Sir William Crowmar (Cromer))
  ((1)) Edward Isley (dvp?)
  ((2)) William Isley of Sundridge (a 1574)
  m. Ursula Clifford (dau of Nicholas Clifford)
  ((A)) Henry Isley (a 1574) probably the Henry of Sundridge who was father of ...
  ((i)) Ursula Isley (coheir)
  m. Francis Beaumont (b 1585-6, d 09.03.1615/6, poet)
  ((B)) Anne Isley
  m. James Peckham
  ((C))+ other issue (a 1574) - Mary, Katheryn, Hester, Ursula
  ((3)) Anne Isley
  ((A)) William
  ((4)) Alice Isley
  m1. ChristopherRogers
((A))+ issue - Christopher, Sara, Elizabeth, Mldred
  m2. _ Asten (Austin)
  ((5)) Rose Isley
  m. _ Ives of Kentish Town
  (b) Anne Isley
  m. James Peccam
  (c) Elizabeth Isley
  m1. Richard Hill 'of Hartley Wintney' ("Srgeante of the Seller to the Kynge")
  It appears that Elizabeth also married ...
  m2. Sir John Mason of Abingdon & Hartley Wintney (b 1502-3, d 20-1.04.1566, Chancellor of Oxford University, MP)
  (d) Mary Isley possibly the Mary who married ...
  m. William Shirley of Westneston or Wiston
  (e)+ other issue - Anthony, Thomas, James, 6 other sons
  ii. Mary Isley possibly of this generation
  m. John Esburnham or Ashburnham (a 1396)

Main source(s): 'The History and Topographical Survey of Kent' (vol 3, 1797, 'Parishes: Sundridge'), Visitation (Kent, 1530-1 & 1574, 'Isley')
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