Well,
Here goes alot of guess work about our Deasons. I believe we all descend from the Thomas Dison who emigrated to Virginia in 1652 (G. C. Greer: Early Va. Immigrants, 1623-1666, P . 95).
Again, that is a guess on my part.
I believe he had two sons: Edmund and William. William married Elizabeth Ayres and had a son whom I call William Joshua Deason born abt. 1674 who married mary Standefer.
I believe they had 10 children. one of whom was Enoch born 1720. I have in my notes that Enoch was living in the household of his sister in 1737. (Problem is, my computer crashed that had most of that information and I do not not which sister.)
I think Enoch had a son named William Enoch Deason born 1750 and died 1830. This son married Rebecca Sheppard. Enoch served 210 days in Militia during 1781 under Col. Marshall. Enoch and Rebecca sold land in Anson, NC in Jan., 1810 and went the Bedford Co., Tenn. by horseback.
They had a John Deason born 1795 in NC and died 1858 in TN. He married Sarah Arnold.
In the year 1836, the name John Deason's was well known as a place on the Shelbyville-Murfreesboro-Nashville Turnpike where the Deasons had lived for many years and where the voters in the 5th District went to vote, at the house of John Deason. Prior to this date this cross roads was in the Old Militia Company of James Yell, a brother of Archibald Yell, later Governor of Arkansas.

The new macadamized turnpike, that was chartered in 1831, was now completed with toll gates up and operating. Deason's was at the cross roads of the turnpike and the Byler's (Rover)-Davis Mill (Fairfield) Road. The stage coaches now made good time on their regular schedules by John Deason's. John, son of Enoch Deason, late of Anson County, North Carolina, now found that this was becoming a place of some significance, on the "Big" road.

Enoch and Rebecca Deason had settled here by 1812, on a 270 acre Tennessee Grant that was then open land, later in possession of General Andrew Jackson, the man of the hour and an acquaintance of Deason. In 1818, Deason secured title to the 270 acres for one dollar and other considerations. This small grant ran along the road leading to Widow Byler's and was located at the cross roads.
Now, back to William Joshua Deason and Elizabeth Ayres. I believe another son was Samuel Deason, Sr. who went to Virginia. Samuel married Mary Johnson and had at least 4 children. One of whom was Samuel, Jr. whom I believe came down through NC. This is where the information is not there. Most of the records were burned during the Civil War.
It is my belief and only my belief that Samuel, Jr. had at least 6 children: Isaac born Nov. 11, 1776; John born June 15, 1784; Benjamin born 1788; Samuel, III; Abraham; and William.
I descend from Isaac. I have tried for years to get the proof needed, but have not found the conclusive proof. I continue the search.
If you ever find the answers, please be sure and let me know.
A. Deason Smith 

  • 1589  Bewdley, Worcestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 4
    Gender  Male 
    Died  12 May 1658  New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I5338  Devin Timber | Patricia Dawes Pedigree
    Last Modified  12 May 2010 

    Father  Bindley Nash,   b. Abt 1561, Dorchester, Dorset, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Bendley, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F1872  Group Sheet

    Family  Margery Baker,   b. 1596, Hertfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Feb 1655/56, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Abt 1614  Dorchester, Dorset, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Nash,   b. Abt 1615, Leydon, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Jul 1687, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location
    >2. Mary Nash,   b. Abt 1621, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Aug 1683, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Joseph Nash,   b. Abt 1622, Leydon, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1678, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Sarah Nash,   b. Abt 1624, Leydon, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1683, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. Timothy Nash,   b. Abt 1626, Leydon, Holland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Mar 1698/99, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  12 May 2010 
    Family ID  F1784  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • He was a gunsmith who came to New Haven early in its formation. According to Berry, he came from Bewdley in Worcestershire. (Gen & Ped of Hertfordshire Families) He sailed with the Whitefield party arriving at Quinnipac or New Haven, in Jul 1639, and was one of the signers of the agreement to remain together made on shipboard. New Haven Col. Rec. (I, p 82) says: "brother Nash his shoppe did stand by the creeks." He was probably well advanced in life at the time of the emigration, for hes eldest son, John, was old enough to be made Freeman, April 1642, and in his will of 1 Aug 1657, he mentions his olk age. The 1rst date attached to his name at New Haven, is "1t of the 7th Moneth 1640", when he was admitted member of the General Court and received the charge of Freeman. His home lot was on the west side of State Street, about 1/3 ditance from Chapel to Elm St. He was chosen a Fence Viewer "for Mr. Eatons & Mr. Davenports quarter", Mar 1645/6. 25 May 1646, the General Court ordered: "In regard of severall occassions and worke to be done agaynst trayning day, bro: Nash is spared." Before emeigration, he was a member of the church in Leydon, Holland, and was one of five who wrote an interesting letter (See Vol 1 MA Hist Soc Coll, 4th Series 1852, PP 155-7) from there, 30 Nov 1625, to their brethern in Plymouth, informing them of the death of John Robinson, Pastor of the church, which included in its membership the planters in Plymouth as well as those left in Leyden. (Flagg, Ernst - Notes on the Founding of New England, p 245

  • Sources 
    1. [S04546] Notes on the Founding of New England, Flegg, Ernst, (1926, Republished 1973 Baltimore), P 245.
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    2. [S04443] Genealogies of CT Families..

    3. [S04433] FTM CD WW Vol I.

    4. [S04439] Gen Notes on the Founding of New England, Flagg, Ernest, (1926, Republished 1973 Baltimore), p. 309.
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      Abt 1561  Dorchester, Dorset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
      Gender  Male 
      Person ID  I5359  Devin Timber | Patricia Dawes Pedigree
      Last Modified  12 May 2010 

      Married  Bendley, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Children 
      >1. Thomas Nash,   b. 1589, Bewdley, Worcestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 May 1658, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location
      Last Modified  12 May 2010 
      Family ID  F1872  Group Sheet

      Sources 
      1. [S04443] Genealogies of CT Families..

      2. [S04434] FTM WW CD Vol I.

 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~soperstuff/soperstuff/Dorset/dorset_snippets.htm

Munson, Thomas 1612-1685 English Immigrant, Military Captain, Carpenter,

Foreman of the first trial by jury in America…………………………………………………………………………184

Nash, Mary Abt. 1621- 1683 English Immigrant…………………………………………………………….………186

Nash, Thomas 1589-1658 English Immigrant, Commander, Blacksmith, Gunsmith…………….………………….187

 

2674–2675.  Thomas Nash was born in England and died in New Haven, Connecticut, America, on May 12, 1658. His wife was Margery Baker They were married in England. She took the name Margery Nash. She is the daughter of Nicholas and Mary (Hodgetts) Baker. They had eight children:

i. John Nash was born about 1615, and died in New Haven, Connecticut Colony, on July 3, 1687. He married Elizabeth Tapp, daughter of Edmund Tapp; she died on May 1, 1676, in New Haven. They had four children: Elizabeth, Sarah, Mary, and Hannah.Per Early New England Settlers, which contains much additional information, his New Haven tombstone reads: HERE LYth THE BODY / OF THE HONOVRED & / WORTHY MAOr JOHN / NASH AGED 72 DE / CEASED JULYYe3 / 1687
ii. Timothy Nash was baptized in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, on February 15, 1617/8, and died in Bewdley on July 21, 1618. Since Joseph and Timothy were baptized together, they probably were twins. He lived only about four months.
iii. Joseph Nash was baptized in Bewdley on February 15, 1617/8, and died in Bewdley. Since Joseph and Timothy were baptized together, they probably were twins. There is no death record for Joseph as there is for the first Timothy, but since his parents named a later son Joseph, he probably died young.
iv. Mary Nash [#1337]: She was born in Kempston, Bedford, England, about 1621, and died in New Haven on August 16, 1683.
v. Sarah Nash: She married Robert Talmadge. They had six children: Abigail, Thomas, Sarah, John, Enos, and Mary.
vi. Timothy Nash was born in Bewdley about 1626, and died in Hadley, Massachusetts, on March 13, 1699. He married Rebecca Stone, daughter of Samuel Stone; she died in March or April of 1709. They had two children: Rebecca and Samuel.
vii. Joseph Nash was baptized in Bewdley on July 1, 1627, and died in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1678. He married twice, Mary and Margaret, and had three children: John, Hannah, and Sarah.
viii. Samuel Nash was born in Bewdley on March 29, 1630. Samuel does not appear in written sources given at the end of this page, but was found by Dorothy Roberts in the parish register of St. Leonard's Church, Ribbesford Parish, Bewdley, Worcestershire, England. The entries for Joseph and Timothy were on the same LDS microfilm, but not John, Mary, and Sarah.

From Genealogical Notes on the Founding of New England, page 245, is taken:

According to [William] Berry, he [Thomas] came from Bewdley in Worcestershire. (Gen. and Ped. of Hertfordshire Families, pp. 83–85.) He sailed with the Whitefield party arriving at Quinnipac or New Haven, in July, 1639, and was one of the signers of the agreement to remain together made on shipboard. Savage says he was of Guilford in 1639, but this is probably a mistake. (Steiner's History of Guilford, 1897, pp. 23, 29, 48.) New Haven, Col. Rec., (I, p. 82) says: "brother Nash his shoppe did stand by the creeks." He was a gunsmith, and probably well advanced in life at the time of the emigration, for his eldest son John was old enough to be made Freeman, April, 1642, and in his will of August 1st, 1657, he mentions his old age. The first date attached to his name at New Haven, is "1t of the 7th Moneth 1640", when he was admitted member of the General Court and received the charge of Freeman. His home lot was on the west side of State Street, about one-third distance from Chapel to Elm St. He was chosen a Fence Viewer "for Mr. Eatons & Mr. Davenports quarter", March, 1645–6. May 25, 1646, the General Court ordered: "In regard of severall occassions and worke to be done agaynst trayning day, bro: Nash is spared." Before emigration, he was a member of the church in Leyden, Holland, and was on of five who wrote an interesting letter (given in full on pages 155, 156 & 157 of vol. 1 of the 4th Series of the Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 1852.) from there, Nov. 30, 1625, to their brethren in Plymouth, informing them of the death of John Robinson, Pastor of the church, which included in its membership the planters in Plymouth as well as those left in Leyden.

[References:] Atwater's New Haven, p. 125; Savage, 3, p. 262; The Nash Family, by the Rev. Sylvester Nash; Schenck's Fairfield, I, p. 396.

[It also includes a brief entry for Margery Baker, including children: Mary, John, Joseph, Sarah, and Timothy.]


Sources
  • Jacobus, Donald Lines; Families of Ancient New Haven, vol. VI, p. 1312 (The Nash Family)
  • Jacobus, Donald Lines; Families of Ancient New Haven, vol. VII, p. 1716 (The Talmadge Family)
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    • Berry, William, County Genealogies and Pedigrees of Hertfordshire Families
    • Atwater; New Haven
    • Nash, Rev. Sylvester; The Nash Family
    • Schenck; Fairfield I, p. 396
  • Whittemore, Henry; Guide to the Early Settlers of America found on "Early New England Settlers, 1600s–1800s"; Family Tree Maker (Brøderbund) CD#504; which includes a reference to
    • American Ancestry, vol. II, p. 88; vol. IV, p. 28
    • Bliss Genealogy, p. 650
    • Judd; History of Hadley, Massachusetts, vol. III, p. 78
    • Nash Genealogy, 1853
    • Steele Genealogy, 1896
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    • Wyman; Charlestown, Massachusetts, Genealogies, vol. II, p. 695

 

By JOHN R. BURTON, B.A., F.G.S., 
Rector of Dowles.



LONDON :

PUBLISHED FOR THE AUTHOR BY WILLIAM REEVES,

185, FLEET STREET. E.G.



1883.



DA



TO

MilHam micbols riDarc^, lEsquirc,

LORD OF THE MANOR OF BEWDLEY,

THIS ATTEMPT TO ILLUSTRATE

THE HISTORY OF

THE ANCIENT BOROUGH

IS INSCRIBED.



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PREFACE.



This work has been drawn from very many sources. The
Corporation Records were kindly placed at my disposal by
R. Hemingway, Esq., Town Clerk. For permission to examine
the voluminous MSS. of Dr. Prattinton in the Society of
Antiquaries I am indebted to C. Knight Watson, Esq. The
Hayley MSS. were lent me by the Rev. John Cawood ; and the
Ribbesford Registers by the Rev. E. H. Winnington Ingram.
My thanks are also due to the Rev. J. E. A. Fenwick for access
to several rare books in the fine library collected by the late
Sir Thos. Phillipps, Bart., at Thirlestaine House, Cheltenham.
Help has likewise been kindly given in various ways by the
Bishop of Worcester, the Dean of Worcester, J. O. Halliwell-
Fhillipps, Esq., LL.D., F.R.S., Professor Willis-Bund,
Rev. A. James, Rev. E. Bradley (" Cuthbert Bede"), Rev.
J. P. Hastings, S. Z. Lloyd, Esq., and many others.

The materials for this work have been accumulating for
several years, and would make a far larger book. than that now
laid before the reader. A local history can, however, only
expect a limited circulation ; and it was not considered
desirable to increase the price first named.

The account of Stourport and the villages adjoining Bewdley
does not claim to be more than a mere outline. A New County
History, which is to be taken in hand shortly, will most likely
do ample justice to these places.

Any profits there may be from the sale of this book will be
given for the benefit of Dowles Church and Sunday School.

Bewdley, Jimc, 1883. J. R. B.


 


Full Index
Ancestral tree


5350–5351.  Nicholas Baker was born in England and died in 1632. His wife was Mary Hodgetts of Hertfordshire, England He is the son of John and Mary (Madestard) Baker. They had five children:

i. Nicholas Baker: He married ____ Pemberton of Birmingham, England; her second husband was Stephen Lumford.
ii. John Baker: He died in infancy.
iii. Joseph Baker: He died unmarried.
iv. Margery Baker [#2675]
v. Judith Baker: She died unmarried.

10700–10701.  John Baker was born in England about 1540. His wife was Mary Madestard They had seven children:

i. Nicholas Baker [#5350]: He was born in England and died in 1632.
ii. John Baker was born in Hertfordshire, England. He married Joan Woodward, daughter of Gregory Woodward of Bromyard.
iii. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ Smart.
iv. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ West of Hales Owen
v. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ Bolton.
vi. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ Cox of Claynes
vii. William Baker was born in Hertfordshire. He married oan Gill.

 


Hebden, Thomas, St. Mary's Co., 30th May, 1647; 15th Oct., 1649. Wife, Katharine, execx. and sole legatee. Test: John Hill, John Hatch. 1. 21.

Editors: Thomas Hebden immigrated to Maryland in 1635, and in 1640 transported Katherine, his wife, who, by 1656 had married William Marshall (Patents 3:199-200, Gibb). He may have been the Thomas Hebden who was a passenger on the Bonaventure, bound for Virginia in 1634/5 (See The Ark and the Dove). See 1673 will of William Marshall who refers to his marriage to Katherine Ebden [sic]. (Calendar, Vol. I, pp. 69-81)
Cornish, John, St. Mary's Co., 1st Aug., 1651; 21st Oct., 1652. To brother-in-law Cepaphreditus Lawson, brother William Pierce, and sister Susanna, personalty. Philip Morgan, residuary legatee. Overseers: Richard Preston, Philip Morgan. Test: Wm. Harper, John Felton. 1. 36.

Editors: Epahroditus [sic] Lawson had patented land on Slaughter's Creek of the Rappahannock River adjacent to that of Major John Carter in what became Lancaster, then Rappahannock, County, Virginia, on 3 Sep 1649 (Virginia Land Patents Book 2:180). According to The Paynes of Virginia by Brooke Payne, 1977, he had married Elizabeth Madestard, daughter of Thomas Madestard, Sr. and sister of Thomas, Jr., and had by her one daughter, Elizabeth, who married Robert Payne of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. Following the death of Epaphroditus, his widow, Elizabeth, married next William Clapham. The will of William Clapham, dated 16 Jan 1659/60 and proved 16 Jun 1660, named son William Clapham, daughter Ann and "wife my child now goeth with." Executors were his wife Elizabeth and his "brother in law" Thomas Madestard (Lancaster Records, p. 75, Fleet's Colonial Abstracts) See also Combs &c. of Richmond County, Virginia
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/md/state/wills/01/001.html


 

Elizabeth Madestard shareable tree family group view descendants Help
Born [date unknown] [location unknown]
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of Alexander Fleming — married before February 5, 1661 [location unknown]
Wife of William Clapham Jr. — married 1653 [location unknown]
Wife of Epaphroditus Lawson — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Died 1666 [location unknown]

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Biography

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Name

Name: Elizabeth /Madestard/ [1]

Death

Death:
Date: 1666
Note: before 1 July 1666, POA, (Rapp. Co. DB 3, p. 63)[2]

Data Changed

Data Changed:
Date: 08 SEP 1999

Prior to import, this record was last changed 08 SEP 1999 .

Marriage

Husband: Epaphroditus Lawson
Wife: Elizabeth Madestard
Child: Elizabeth Lawson
Marriage: [3]
Husband: William Clapham
Wife: Elizabeth Madestard
Child: William Clapham
Child: Anne Clapham
Child: Mary Clapham
Marriage:
Date: 1653[4]
Husband: Alexander Fleming
Wife: Elizabeth Madestard
Child: Alexia Fleming
Marriage:
Date: BEF 05 FEB 1661
Note: before 5 Feb 1660/61 deed (Rapp. Co. DB 2, pp. 176, 268)[5]


 

10700–10701.  John Baker was born in England about 1540. His wife was Mary Madestard They had seven children:

i. Nicholas Baker [#5350]: He was born in England and died in 1632.
ii. John Baker was born in Hertfordshire, England. He married Joan Woodward, daughter of Gregory Woodward of Bromyard.
iii. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ Smart.
iv. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ West of Hales Owen
v. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ Bolton.
vi. _____ Baker was born in Hertfordshire. She married _____ Cox of Claynes
vii. William Baker was born in Hertfordshire. He married oan Gill.

 


Birth  1568  Bewdley, Worcestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
Gender  Male 
Died  14 Nov 1632  New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location 
Person ID  I0482  Kelsey
Last Modified  18 Apr 2011 
 
Father  John Baker,   d. UNKNOWN 
Mother  Margery Madestard,   d. UNKNOWN 
Family ID  F0281  Group Sheet
 
Family  Mary Hodgette,   d. UNKNOWN 
Children 
 1. Margery Baker,   b. Abt 1590, Hertfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Nov 1655, New Haven, Connecticut Find all individuals with events at this location
Family ID  F0280  Group Sheet
 

 

1. Peck Line:

Hannah Peck's parents:

James Peck (February 17, 1678/79, New Haven, CT - 1760)

Married February 14, 1705/06

Abigail Morris (August 22, 1683, New Haven, CT - Bef. 1729)

 

Abigail Morris' Parents:

John Morris (Abt. 1646 - December 10, 1711, New Haven, CT, buried Grove Street Cem, New Haven)

Married August 12, 1669

            Hannah Bishop (May 29, 1651 Brandford, New Haven, Connecticut - June 12, 1710, New Haven,                 CT, buried in Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven)

 

Hannah Bishop's Parents:

James Bishop (Abt. 1625, Connecticut - June 24, 1691) buried in Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven.

Married Abt. 1650

Mary Lewen (Abt. 1630 - November 26, 1664) END

 

James Bishop's Parents:

Henry Bishop END

 

                John Morris' Parents:

                Thomas Morris     (Abt. 1605, England - July 21, 1673, New Haven)

                Married February 09, 1625/26

                Elizabeth ? (Abt. 1611 - 1681) END

 

                Thomas Morris' Parents:

                Thomas Morris (born Bet. 1589 - 1593, London, England)

                Mary Rees (born Abt. 1587, England) END

    Thomas Morris' Parents:

    Roger Morris (b Abt. 1565, England)

 

    Roger Morris' Parents:

    Hugh Morris (b. Abt. 1545, England)

   Joyce Gattaker (b, abt 1543, England) END

 

    Hugh Morris' Parents:

    Rees Morris (b. Abt. 1520, England) END

 

James Peck's parents:

Joseph Peck (d. April 15, 1720, New Haven, CT)

Married November 28, 1672

Sarah Alling (d. 1743, New Haven, CT)

               

            Sarah Alling’s Parents:

Roger Alling/Allen (b. Kempston, Bedford Co., England, d. September 27, 1674, New Haven CT)

Mary Nash (b. England, - d. August 16, 1683, New Haven, CT)

               

                Mary Nash’s Parents:

                Thomas Nash (1590, Bendley, England - May 12, 1658, New England) END

                Margery Baker (b. Bendley, England, d. Bet. February 11, 1654/55 - August 01, 1657)

                               

                                Margery Baker’s parents:

                                Nicholas Baker (d. November 14, 1632)

                                Mary Hodgett END

 

                                Nicholas Baker’s parents:

                                John Baker END

                                Margery Madestard END

 

Roger Alling/Allen’s Parents:

James Allen (b. England, d. January 1656/57) END

                               

Joseph Peck's parents:

Henry Peck (d. 1651 in New Haven, CT) END

Joan Walker END

 

[1283/6067/6123] Margery Baker married [1282/6066/6123] Thomas Nash

    [Alling2 14] MB the daughter of Nicholas Baker.



[2566/12134/12246] Nicholas Baker

d. 14 November 1632
[Alling2 14]

[2567/12135/12247] Mary Hodgetts

    [Alling2 14] NB was the oldest son of John Baker and Margery Madestard.



[5132/24268/24492] John Baker

[5133/24269/24493] Margery Madestard

 

12036. Bindley Nash, born Abt. 1565 in of, England; died Unknown. He married 12037. Mrs Bindley Nash Abt. 1586 in of, England.

      12037. Mrs Bindley Nash, born Abt. 1568 in of, England; died Unknown.
     
Child of Bindley Nash and Bindley Nash is:

  6018 i.   Thomas Nash, born Abt. 1587 in England; died May 12, 1658 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; married Margery Baker Abt. 1613 in New Haven, Massachutesetts.


      12038. Nicholas Baker, born 1568 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, England; died November 14, 1632 in New Haven, NH, CT. He was the son of 24076. John Baker and 24077. Margery Madestard. He married 12039. Mary Hodgett Abt. 1588 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, Eng.

      12039. Mary Hodgett, born 1569 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, England; died Unknown.
     
Children of Nicholas Baker and Mary Hodgett are:
 
i.   Nicholas Baker, born 1589 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, England; died Unknown.
 
ii.   John Baker, born 1592 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, England; died Unknown.
 
iii.   Joseph Baker, born 1594 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, England; died Unknown.
  6019 iv.   Margery Baker, born 1596 in of Hertfordshire, England; died February 11, 1654/55 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA; married Thomas Nash Abt. 1613 in New Haven, Massachutesetts.
 
v.   Judith Baker, born 1598 in Bewdley, Worchestershire, England; died Unknown.


      12164. William Gransden, born Abt. 1534 in Stansted, Kent, England; died Abt. March 12, 1581/82 in Stansted, Kent, England. He married 12165. Ann Abt. 1559 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.

      12165. Ann, born Abt. 1538 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died March 19, 1581/82 in Stansted, Kent, England.
     
Children of William Gransden and Ann are:
 
i.   Sybil Gransden, died Unknown.
 
ii.   Ellen Gransden, died Unknown.
 
iii.   James Gransden, died Unknown.
 
iv.   John Gransden, born Abt. 1560 in Stansted, Kent, England; died August 18, 1609 in Stansted, Kent, England.
  6082 v.   Henry Gransden, born Abt. 1576 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died October 26, 1623 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; married Alice Harris June 12, 1609 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.


      12166. Nicholas Harris, born Abt. 1550 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died Unknown in Tonbridge, Kent, England. He married 12167. Alice Thatcher October 25, 1575 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.

      12167. Alice Thatcher, born Abt. 1554 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died Unknown.
     
Child of Nicholas Harris and Alice Thatcher is:
  6083 i.   Alice Harris, born 1580 in Tunbridge, Kent, England; died September 10, 1645 in Westminister, Closters, England; married Henry Gransden June 12, 1609 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.


      12176. Richard Pierson, born 1545 in St Marys, Aldermey, England; died Unknown. He was the son of 24352. Richard Pierson and 24353. Elizabeth Church. He married 12177. Johann Harwood July 01, 1567.

      12177. Johann Harwood, born Abt. 1545 in of, Aldermey, England; died Unknown.
     
Children of Richard Pierson and Johann Harwood are:
 
i.   Henry Pierson, born 1568 in St. Mary's, Aldermey, England; died Unknown.
  6088 ii.   Abraham Pierson, born Abt. 1589 in Stepheney, Middlesex, England; died Unknown in Westriding, Yorkshire, England; married Christiana Johnston Abt. 1614 in of, Yorkshire, England.


      12180. Thomas Mitchell, born Abt. 1560 in of, Halifax, England; died Unknown. He married 12181. Elizabeth Clay Abt. 1588 in of South Ouram, Halifax, Yorkshire, England.

      12181. Elizabeth Clay, born Abt. 1568 in of, Halifax, England; died Unknown.
     
Child of Thomas Mitchell and Elizabeth Clay is:
  6090 i.   Matthew Mitchell, born Bet. 1589 - 1590 in South Ouram, Halifax, York, England; died June 16, 1646 in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; married Susan Wood in South Ouram, Halifax, Yorkshire, England.


      12184. George Clerke, born Abt. 1561 in of, Chisfield, Walkern, Hertfordshire,England; died Bef. April 16, 1616 in Bennington, Hertfordshire, England. He was the son of 24368. William Clerke and 24369. Cicely Or Sisle. He married 12185. Elizabeth Bristowe July 21, 1592 in /31 Jul 1592, Bennington, Hertfordshire, England.

      12185. Elizabeth Bristowe, born July 14, 1569 in Kimpton, Hertford, England; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 24370. Nicholas Bristow and 24371. Margaret Boteler.
     
Children of George Clerke and Elizabeth Bristowe are:
 
i.   Esq William Clerke, died Bet. March 18, 1644/45 - March 1645/46.
 
ii.   Robert Clerke, born in Cranfield, Hertford, England; died Unknown.
 
iii.   Francis Clerke, died Unknown.
 
iv.   John Clerke, died Unknown.
 
v.   Francis Clerke, died Unknown.
  6092 vi.   George Clark, born April 28, 1594 in Connecticut, USA; died September 12, 1661 in Watton, Hertfordshire, England; married Grace Bodye May 04, 1610 in Walkern, Hertfordshire, England.
 
vii.   Nicholas Clerke, born May 17, 1595 in Cranfield, Hertford, England; died January 26, 1647/48.
 
viii.   Elizabeth Clerke, born July 02, 1599 in Cranfield, Hertford, England; died Unknown.
 
ix.   Ann Clerke, born 1600 in Chisfield, Hertfordshire, England; died Unknown.
 
x.   Mary Clerke, born May 18, 1600 in Chisfield, Hertfordshire, England; died Unknown.
 
xi.   Grace Clerke, born February 09, 1603/04 in Gravely, Hertford, England; died Unknown.


      12224. William Bradley, born 1505 in Sheriff Hutton, York, Eng; died Unknown. He married 12225. Mrs William Bradley Abt. 1544 in of Coventry, Warwick, Eng.

      12225. Mrs William Bradley, born Abt. 1509 in Sheriff Hutton, York, Eng; died Unknown.
     
Child of William Bradley and William Bradley is:
  6112 i.   William Bradley, born 1545 in Coventry, Warwick, Eng; died July 19, 1600; married Agnes Margates Abt. 1579 in of Coventry, Warwick, Eng.


      12226. Thomas Margates, born Abt. 1525 in of Northampton, England; died Unknown. He married 12227. Mrs Thomas Margates in of Reseden, Northampton, England.

      12227. Mrs Thomas Margates, born Abt. 1529 in of Northampton, England; died Unknown.
     
Child of Thomas Margates and Thomas Margates is:
  6113 i.   Agnes Margates, born Abt. 1549 in Reseden, Northampton, Eng; died Unknown; married William Bradley Abt. 1579 in of Coventry, Warwick, Eng.


      12808. Thomas Prater, Sr, born 1577 in West Kington, Wiltshire, England; died Unknown in Wiltshire, England. He was the son of 25616. Anthony Prater and 25617. Judith Ivye. He married 12809. Margaret Quintyne June 04, 1599 in Clyffe Bypton Ch, Wiltshire, England.

      12809. Margaret Quintyne, born 1578 in Nushton, Wiltshire, England; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 25618. Henry Quintyne and 25619. Alice.
     
Child of Thomas Prater and Margaret Quintyne is:
  6404 i.   Thomas Prater, Jr, born 1604 in Eaton Water, Wiltshire, England; died Unknown; married Mrs Thomas Prater Abt. 1627 in Elizabeth City, Virginia, USA.


      13186. Maurice Fitzgerald, born Abt. 1560 in Ballymocadamcast, Kerry, Ireland; died Unknown. He married 13187. Mrs Maurice Fitzgerald in Ballymocadamcast, Kerry, Ireland.

      13187. Mrs Maurice Fitzgerald, born Abt. 1560 in Ballymocadamcast, Kerry, Ireland; died Unknown.
     
Child of Maurice Fitzgerald and Maurice Fitzgerald is:
  6593 i.   Mary Fitzgerald, born Abt. 1590 in Ballymocadamcast, Kerry, Ireland; died Unknown; married Thomas Marshall in Kerry, Ireland.


      13232. John Cooke, born Abt. 1597 in Suffolk, England; died Unknown. He married 13233. Mrs Mrs John Cooke Abt. 1621 in of, Gloucestershire, Virginia.

      13233. Mrs Mrs John Cooke, born Abt. 1597 in of, Gloucestershire, Virginia; died Unknown.

Notes for John Cooke:
Source: The Compendium of American Genealogy First Families of America pg. 25

     
Child of John Cooke and Mrs Cooke is:
  6616 i.   Mordecai Cooke, born 1623 in of Mordecais Mt, Gloucestershire, Virginia; died 1667 in Gloucestershire, Virginia; married Susannah Thresher Abt. 1647 in of, Gloucestershire, Virginia.


      13236. Samuel Ironmonger, Jr, born 1607 in Donnington, Berkshire, England; died 1650 in England. He was the son of 26472. Samuel Ironmonger, Sr and 26473. Anna Lawson. He married 13237. Bridget Corderoy July 23, 1628 in England.

      13237. Bridget Corderoy, died 1656 in Woodhay, Southampton, England. She was the daughter of 26474. William Corderoy and 26475. Bridgett Goddard.
     
Children of Samuel Ironmonger and Bridget Corderoy are:
  6618 i.   William Ironmonger, born 1629 in Berks, England; died August 30, 1695; married Elizabeth Jones Abt. 1651 in Of, Gloucestershire, Virginia.
 
ii.   Bridget Ironmonger, born 1631 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
iii.   Frances Ironmonger, born 1633 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
iv.   Anne Ironmonger, born 1635 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
v.   Elizabeth Ironmonger, born 1636 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
vi.   Martha Ironmonger, born 1638 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
vii.   Eleanor Ironmonger, born 1640 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
viii.   Margaret Ironmonger, born 1642 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
ix.   Corderoy Ironmonger, born 1643 in Berks, England; died Unknown.
 
x.   Jane Ironmonger, born 1647 in Berks, England; died Unknown.

 

+John Baker, born Abt. 1543 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England; died 21/Jun/1581 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England. He was the son of 8968. +Nicholas Baker. He married 4485. +Margery Madestard 1559 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.

      4485. +Margery Madestard, born Abt. 1547; died Unknown.

Notes for +John Baker:
"Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service"
Author: Elizabeth M. Leach Rixford

This book contains three hundred colonial ancestors which includes Royal Ancestry and Mayflower lines.
Bibliographic Information: Rixford, Elizabeth M. Leach. Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service. Tuttle Company. Vermont. 1934.

Pages 4 and 5:

BAKER ANCESTRY - DESCENDANTS OF JOHN BAKER

The following record, taken from a book in the British Museum called "County Genealogies and Pedigrees of Hertfordshire Families," collected by William Berry, has been kindly furnished by William Sherwood, Esq., of Fairfield, Ct. It is a part of the Record found in the above named book, of the family of John Baker. It leaves scarce a doubt in the mind of the Compiler, that the wife of Thomas Nash, the emigrant to New Haven, was Margery, daughter of Nicholas Baker, since we have no record of any other Thomas Nash coming to New England.

John Baker married Margery Madistard.

Children:
I. NICHOLAS.
II. JOHN, m. Joan, dau. of Gregory Woodard of Bromyard.
III. A Daughter, m. (???) Smart, had a dau. Margery who m. Newborough.
IV. A Daughter, m. (???) West of Hales Owen.
V. A Daughter, m. (???) Bolton.
VI. A Daughter, m. (???) Coxe of Claques.
VII. WILLIAM, m. Joan Gill, had a son William called Lord Baker.

Nicholas Baker, eldest of the above children, married Mary Hodgetts. He died 14 Nov., 1632.

First Genealogical Record: Rev. Nicholas Baker, 1610-1673, and His Descendants. John Baker, father of Nicholas Baker, m. Margery Madistard. See "Nash Family," Preface II. Nicholas Baker was one of the flock of Rev. Peter Hobert, which settled at Hinman, Mass., in 1635. Removed to Hull and thence to Scituate, where he was adorned as Pastor, serving in that capacity until his death, 1673.

The maternal lines for four generations were Pilgrims. Nicholas Baker, son of John, married Mary Hodgtes. ("Hodges Family of New England" by John D. Hodges, 3rd edition, 1896, says Hedge, Hedges, Hodge, Hodges, Hogge, Hogg, Hodgkins, Hodgskin, Hodgskine, Hodgekine, Hodgekines, Hoskine, Hoskin, Hoskines and Hotchkiss are the same name given by different families.) They settled at what was named for them Bakers Hill. Hinman was known as Bare Cove. Also real estate in Hull. Nicholas Baker married his first wife in England at Scituate, 1661. He married his second wife in 1662. Nicholas Baker was the first Deputy from Hinman in the General Court of the Colony 1636-38. "Lincoln's History of Hingham" credits Nicholas Baker with 8 children and a possible 9th. Nicholas Baker was a genuine Puritan. He was one of the first Ministers of Scituate in whose memory the Daughters of the American Revolution placed a Bronze Tablet. This Tablet was placed on the Lot of the first Meeting House by the Chief Justice Cushing Chapter of Scituate, 1912.

Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, Vol. I and II.--The Families of Barnstable and West Barnstable are descendants of Nicholas of Scituate. Rev. Nicholas Baker was a graduate of St. John's College, Cambridge, England, B.A. 1631-2, M.A. 1635. His brother Nathaniel came over with him and settled at Hingham, Mass., in 1635. He received a share of the first division of House Lots, and became a large land holder in Hull. "Records of Massachusetts Bay Colony," Vol. I, 1638-1641, 2nd Edition. --Nicholas Baker present with other members at the Court held at Newton, Mass., April 5, 1636. Cotton Mathers called him "honest Nicholas Baker" of Scituate. He died August 22, 1678. "Genealogical Gleanings in America," Vol. I.--Nicholas Baker of the Parish of St. Georges in Maryland, one of his Majesty's plantations in America, 28 Feb., 1753, proved Jan. 7, 1766. D. A. C. Lineage Book, p. 42.--Nicholas Baker d. 1678, was a Delegate to the General Court, 1636-38, was ordained a Minister at Scituate, Mass, 1660. "Records Massachusetts Bay," Vol. I, 1628-1641, 2nd Edition.--A Nicholas Baker present with other members at the Court Holden at New Town, April 5, 1683. "The Massachusetts Bay in New England," Vol. I, p. 327.--Nicholas Baker, Deputy 1638, May 2, at Court.

Children:
I. NICHOLAS, m. the dau. of Pemberton of Birmingham. She remarried Stephen Lundford.
II. JOHN, d. in infancy.
III. JOSEPH, d. unm.
IV. MARGERY, m. Thomas Nash and went to New England.
V. JUDITH, d. unm.

The last will and Testament of Thomas Nash late of Newhaven deceased.--made the 1 of August 1657.--etc. In his Will he mentioned his daughter, Mary, wife of Roger Allen; and another daughter Sarah, wife to Robert Talmadg.

References: Nash Family--Appendix, p. 267.
First Genealogical Record, Rev. Nicholas Baker (1610-1673)
and His Descendants.

Summary of Ancestry:

1. JOHN BAKER, m. Margery Madistard.
2. REV. NICHOLAS BAKER (1610-1673), m. Mary Hodgetts.
3. THOMAS NASH (England-New Haven, Conn.), m. Margery Baker.
4. LIEUT. TIMOTHY NASH (1626- (???)), m. prob. 1657, Rebekah Stone.
5. LIEUT. JOHN NASH (Aug. 21, 1667-Oct. 7, 1743), m. Nov. 27, 1691, Elizabeth
Kellogg (Oct. 9, 1673-July 4, 1750).
6. SAMUEL NASH, ESQ. (Jan. 29, 1709- (???)), m. (1) Jan. 24, 1734, Margaret
Merrill (June 6, 1709- (???)).
7. JOEL PHELPS (b. 1732 at Windsor, Conn.), m. Sept. 8, 1757, Jerusha Nash
(Oct. 5, 1736-1796).
8. PHINEAS PHELPS (April 10, 1767-April 20, 1813), m. at New Haven, Vt.,
Lydia Lawrence (Jan. 15, 1762-Sept. 29, 1813).
9. DAVID NASH PHELPS (Oct. 4, 1796-April 15, 1884), m. 29 April, 1821,
Elizabeth Hungerford (Feb. 7, 1798-Jan. 7, 1878).

From here same as Summary of Arms Ancestry, 8th to 10th Generations; Colonial Daughters of the 17th Century, p. 136, No. 772; and Daughters of the American Colonists, 1931, p. 29, No. 2089; ancestry traced by the author of this book.






     
Children of +John Baker and +Margery Madestard are:

  2242 i.   Lord +Nicholas Baker, born 1560 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England; died 14/Nov/1632 in New Haven, Connecticutt; married +Mary Hodgette 1588 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.
 
ii.   John Baker, born Abt. 1562 in Hertfordshire, England; died Unknown; married Joan Woodward Abt. 1582 in Hertfordshire, England; born in Bromyard; died Unknown.
 
iii.   Girl Baker, born Abt. 1564 in Hertfordshire, England; died Unknown.
 
iv.   John Baker, born 1570; died Unknown.
 
v.   William Baker, born 1579; died Unknown; married Joan Gill; died Unknown.
  More About William Baker:
Fact 1: He was a Lord

 


1.+Margery Madestard was born ABT. 1547. She married +John Baker 1559 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, son of +Nicholas Baker. He was born ABT. 1543 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 21 JUN 1581 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.
  

Children of +Margery Madestard and +John Baker are:

+2  i.+Nicholas Baker was born 1560 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 14 NOV 1632 in New Haven, Connecticutt.
+3  ii.John Baker was born ABT. 1562 in Hertfordshire, England.
 4  iii.Girl Baker was born ABT. 1564 in Hertfordshire, England.
 5  iv.John Baker was born 1570.
+6  v.William Baker was born 1579.


Descendant Register, Generation No. 2

2.+Nicholas Baker (+Margery Madestard1) was born 1560 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 14 NOV 1632 in New Haven, Connecticutt. He married +Mary Hodgette 1588 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England. She was born 1569 in England, and died WFT Est. 1593-1659 in England.
  

Children of +Nicholas Baker and +Mary Hodgette are:

 7  i.Nicholas Baker was born 1589 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England. He married Dorothea Pemberton 20 JAN 1630 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.
+8  ii.+Margery Baker was born ABT. 1590 in Hertfordshire, England, and died 11 NOV 1655 in New Haven, Connecticutt.
 9  iii.John Baker was born 1592 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 1670.
 10  iv.Joseph Baker was born 1594 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.
 11  v.Judith Baker was born 1598 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.

3.John Baker (+Margery Madestard1) was born ABT. 1562 in Hertfordshire, England. He married Joan Woodward ABT. 1582 in Hertfordshire, England. She was born in Bromyard.
  

Child of John Baker and Joan Woodward is:

+12  i.Daughter Baker.

6.William Baker (+Margery Madestard1) was born 1579. He married Joan Gill.
  

Child of William Baker and Joan Gill is:

 13  i.William Baker.


Descendant Register, Generation No. 3

8.+Margery Baker (+Nicholas Baker2, +Margery Madestard1) was born ABT. 1590 in Hertfordshire, England, and died 11 NOV 1655 in New Haven, Connecticutt. She married +Thomas Nash 1639 in New Haven, Connecticutt, son of +Thomas Nash and Anne?. He was born 27 MAR 1589 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 12 MAY 1658 in New Haven, Connecticutt.
  

Children of +Margery Baker and +Thomas Nash are:

+14  i.John Nash was born 1615 in Bedfordshire, England, and died 3 JUL 1687 in New Haven, Connecticutt.
+15  ii.Sarah Nash was born ABT. 1617 in England, and died 1691 in New Haven, Conneticutt.
 16  iii.Margery Nash was born 1619 in Lancaster, England.
+17  iv.Mary Nash was born 1621 in Kempston, Bedford, England, and died 16 AUG 1683 in New Haven, Connecticutt.
+18  v.Joseph Nash was born 1624 in Bedfordshire, England, and died OCT 1678 in New Haven, Connecticut.
+19  vi.+Timothy Nash was born 1626 in Bedfordshire, England, and died 13 MAR 1699 in Hadley, Massachusetts.

12.Daughter Baker (John Baker2, +Margery Madestard1). She married Smart.
  

Child of Daughter Baker and Smart is:

 20  i.Margery Smart.

 

+Margery MADESTARD was born ABT 1547. She married +John BAKER 1559 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, son of +Nicholas BAKER. He was born ABT 1543 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 21 JUN 1581 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.
  

Child of +Margery MADESTARD and +John BAKER is:

+2  i.Nicholas BAKER was born 1568 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 14 NOV 1632 in New Haven, Connecticutt.


Descendant Register, Generation No. 2

2.Nicholas BAKER (+Margery MADESTARD1) was born 1568 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England, and died 14 NOV 1632 in New Haven, Connecticutt. He married Mary HODGETTE 1588 in Bewdley, Worcestershire, England. She was born 1569 in England, and died WFT Est 1593-1659 in England.
  

Child of Nicholas BAKER and Mary HODGETTE is:

+3  i.+Margery BAKER was born ABT 1590 in Hertfordshire, England, and died 11 NOV 1655 in New Haven, Connecticutt.


Descendant Register, Generation No. 3

3.+Margery BAKER (Nicholas BAKER2, +Margery MADESTARD1) was born ABT 1590 in Hertfordshire, England, and died 11 NOV 1655 in New Haven, Connecticutt. She married +Thomas NASH 1639 in New Haven, Connecticutt, son of +John NASH and ANNE?. He was born 27 MAR 1589 in Lancashire or Beardley, Worcester, England, and died 12 MAY 1658 in New Haven, Connecticutt.
  

Child of +Margery BAKER and +Thomas NASH is:

+4  i.+Timothy NASH was born 1626 in Bedfordshire, England, and died 13 MAR 1698/99 in Hadley, Mass..

 

http://www.fam.eastmill.com/f812.htm

DELESPRONGE

Henry

 

Yeoman

1579

Berkley

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Adm. granted 25 May to Thomas KENT as cs/o deceased during minorities of John & Elizabeth BARTLETT, nk/o deceased

 

The Christchurch Cartulary there was a Nicholas Bertelot in the mid to late 14th century in Holt, Dorset. This 'Bartlett' owned a tenement containing 6 acres, for which he paid a rent of 18d per year, made up of 6d payments at the Purification, The Nativity of John the Baptist, and Michaelmas. As Holt is only about 3 miles north-west of Corfe Mullen, Michael is reasonably confident that Nicholas was an early (but unconfirmed) ancestor, living perhaps a dozen generations before 1611.  George4 Bartlett (Thomas3, Walter2, Thomas1) was born Abt. 1709 in Corfe Mullen, Dorset, England. He married (1) Elizabeth Swetman 1734. He married (2) Ann Tice 1736.

Child of George Bartlett and Elizabeth Swetman is:
    26 i. Elizabeth5 Bartlett, born 1735 in Corfe Mullen, Dorset, England.

Children of George Bartlett and Ann Tice are:
    27 i. Jane5 Bartlett, born 1736 in Corfe Mullen, Dorset, England.
    28 ii. William Bartlett, born 1743 in Corfe Mullen, Dorset, England.
    29 iii. Ann Bartlett, born 1749 in Corfe Mullen, Dorset, England.
    30 iv. Mary Bartlett, born 1749 in Corfe Mullen, Dorset, England.
    31 v. Richard Bartlett, born 1750 in Hampreston, Dorset, England.

1813; 9-Aug; George; George & Elizabeth; BARTLETT; Abbotsbury; labourer1815; 12-Feb; Abigail; Robert & Abigail; BARTLETT; Abbotsbury; labourer1816; 20-Oct; Hannah; George & Elizabeth; BARTLETT; Abbotsbury; labourer1820; 4-Jun; Bayow?; George & Elizabeth; BARTLETT; Abbotsbury; labourer1824; 29-Mar; Charles; Hollis & Mary; BARTLETT; Abbotsbury; taylor

Nicholas BARTLETT was born on 20 AUG 1748 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. In 1774 he was a boatbuilder in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Parents: Joseph BARTLETT and Jane COLBY.

he following entiries were obtained from my Hotten book 8a from the Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625 chapters, pages 201 thru 265, which lists the muster captain, and what ship the individual arrived on.

Coldham reports the Swan of Barnsataple was sent by the Virginia Company in March 1620 with 71 persons, pg 22

Anthonie, John, 1624 voyage, aged 23 at muster at Elizabeth City under Capt John Martin also on the Swan.
Banckes, George, 1624 voyage, aged 15 at muster at Elizabeth City as servant for Thomas Dunthorne.
Bibbie, William, 1620 or 1621 voyage, aged 22 at muster at Eastern Shore of the bay.
Bigg, Richard, 1610 August voyage, aged 41 at muster at Neck of the Land, Charles City, 4 servants. Wife, Sarah on the 1618 Mary Gold.
Blake, Walter, counted as a dweller in Hog Island 1624.
Bouldinge, Thomas, 1610 voyage, aged 40 at muster at Elizabeth City.
Burton, Richard, 1624 voyage, aged 28 at muster in Elizabeth City as servant to Francis Chamberlin on 1621 Marmaduke.
Crocker, Jone, wife of Henery on Mary Gold.
Ellison, William, 1624 voyage, aged 44 at muster at Elizabeth City, servant to Robart Salford on 1611 John & Francis.
Field, James, 1624 voyage, aged 20 at muster in Elizabeth City, servant to Mihell Wilcockes on 1610 Properous
Fludd, John, 1610 voyage, wife Margaret on 1620 Supply.
Garnett, Thomas, 1610 voyage, aged 40 at muster at Elizabeth City. Wife Elizabeth on 1618 Neptune.
Gates, Thomas, 1609 voyage, muster at Paces Painesl, James City.
Godwine, Robart, 1624 voyage, aged 19 at muster at Elizabeth City under Anthonie Bonall on 1621 Abigaile.
Guy, Robert, 1619 voyage, aged 22 at muster with Sir George Yearly's men at Hog Island.
Howard, John, 1624 voyage, aged 24 at muster at Elizabeth City under Capt John Martin also on the Swan.
Huff, Francis, 1624 voyage, aged 20 at muster at Elizabeth City.
Jordan, Sisley, Cicely, 1610 voyage, aged 24 at muster, listed with William Ferrar at Jordan's Jorney, Charles Cities with 2 dtrs born there.
Contracted herself to marry Greville Pooley a few days aft husbands death, but then contracted to marry William Ferrar June 1623. Coldham pg 33
Lupo, Albiano, 1610 voyage, aged 40 at muster in Elizabeth City., wife Elizabeth on 1616 George.
Martin, Capt John, 1624 voyage, muster at Elizabeth City.
Nasfield, Henrie, 1624 voyage, aged 19 at muster in Elizabeth City as servant to Farrar Flinton on 1612 Elizabeth.
Owin, Benjamin, 1623 voyage, aged 18 at muster at Elizabeth City, servant to Counselor Capt Francis West  on 1610 Mary Ann Margaret.
Paramour, Robert, unknown voyage, January 30, 1624 muster at Pasbehays & Maine, James City.
Pedro, John, 'a neger', 1623 voyage, aged 30 at muster at Elizabeth City, servant to Counselor Capt Francis West  on 1610 Mary Ann Margaret.
Pelteare, Abraham, 1624 voyage, aged 14 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to John Hazard.
Raynberd, Nicholas, 1624 voyage, aged 22 at muster at Eastern Shore over the bay as servant to Capt. William Epes.
Robeson, James, aged 35 at muster at Pasbehays & Maine, James City, servant for Thomas Bunn.
Slatier, Martin, 1624 voyage, from Canada, aged 20 at muster as servant to Ellis Emerson at Martin's Hundred on Feb 4, 1624.
Smith, John, 1624 voyage,  aged 31 at muster at Elizabeth City under Capt John Martin also on the Swan.
Stephney, Thomas, 1610 voyage, aged 35 at muster at Elizabeth City.
Stone, John, muster of Lt Barkley, Hog Island, wife Sisly on the Seaflower.
Taylor, John, 1610 voyage, aged 34 at muster at Elizabeth City, wife Rebecca on 1623 Margaret and John.
Tomson, William, 1624 voyage, aged 22 at muster at Elizabeth City as servant for Thomas Dunthorne.
Turnor, George, 1624 voyage, aged 27 at muster at Elizabeth City as servant for Thomas Dunthorne.
Waine, Amyte, 1610 voyage, aged 30 at muster, wife of John on 618 Neptune
Watson, John, 1624 voyage, aged 24 at muster at Elizabeth City, servant to Jonas Stockton on 1620 Bona Nova.
Wetherell, Sackford, 1624 voyage,  aged 21 at muster at Elizabeth City under Capt John Martin also on the Swan.
Wright, Robart, 1608 voyage, aged 45 at muster at Elizabeth City under Anthonie Bonall on 1621 Abigaile.
Young, Susan, 1624 voyage, aged 12 at muster with parents Richard and Joane on the George and Gift
Unknown, Richard, 1624 voyage, aged 15 at muster with Wethersbie family, Elizabeth City.

The 1611 Swan voyage docked 30 Aug 1611, along with the Tryall and the Sara, per Susan Hillier (http://listlva.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/wa.exe?A2=ind0110&L=va-hist&P=8031)

 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ricksmith61/scilly/deason/ps06/ps06_100.html

Well,
Here goes alot of guess work about our Deasons. I believe we all descend from the Thomas Dison who emigrated to Virginia in 1652 (G. C. Greer: Early Va. Immigrants, 1623-1666, P . 95).
Again, that is a guess on my part.
I believe he had two sons: Edmund and William. William married Elizabeth Ayres and had a son whom I call William Joshua Deason born abt. 1674 who married mary Standefer.
I believe they had 10 children. one of whom was Enoch born 1720. I have in my notes that Enoch was living in the household of his sister in 1737. (Problem is, my computer crashed that had most of that information and I do not not which sister.)
I think Enoch had a son named William Enoch Deason born 1750 and died 1830. This son married Rebecca Sheppard. Enoch served 210 days in Militia during 1781 under Col. Marshall. Enoch and Rebecca sold land in Anson, NC in Jan., 1810 and went the Bedford Co., Tenn. by horseback.
They had a John Deason born 1795 in NC and died 1858 in TN. He married Sarah Arnold.
In the year 1836, the name John Deason's was well known as a place on the Shelbyville-Murfreesboro-Nashville Turnpike where the Deasons had lived for many years and where the voters in the 5th District went to vote, at the house of John Deason. Prior to this date this cross roads was in the Old Militia Company of James Yell, a brother of Archibald Yell, later Governor of Arkansas.

The new macadamized turnpike, that was chartered in 1831, was now completed with toll gates up and operating. Deason's was at the cross roads of the turnpike and the Byler's (Rover)-Davis Mill (Fairfield) Road. The stage coaches now made good time on their regular schedules by John Deason's. John, son of Enoch Deason, late of Anson County, North Carolina, now found that this was becoming a place of some significance, on the "Big" road.

Enoch and Rebecca Deason had settled here by 1812, on a 270 acre Tennessee Grant that was then open land, later in possession of General Andrew Jackson, the man of the hour and an acquaintance of Deason. In 1818, Deason secured title to the 270 acres for one dollar and other considerations. This small grant ran along the road leading to Widow Byler's and was located at the cross roads.
Now, back to William Joshua Deason and Elizabeth Ayres. I believe another son was Samuel Deason, Sr. who went to Virginia. Samuel married Mary Johnson and had at least 4 children. One of whom was Samuel, Jr. whom I believe came down through NC. This is where the information is not there. Most of the records were burned during the Civil War.
It is my belief and only my belief that Samuel, Jr. had at least 6 children: Isaac born Nov. 11, 1776; John born June 15, 1784; Benjamin born 1788; Samuel, III; Abraham; and William.
I descend from Isaac. I have tried for years to get the proof needed, but have not found the conclusive proof. I continue the search.
If you ever find the answers, please be sure and let me know.
A. Deason Smith

Genealogical Homepage of Carl Johnson ... 1803 7 Malinda PECK b: AUG 1805 d: 26 OCT 1892 + Eli AYRES b: DEC 1802 d: ..... 2 JUN 1877 d: 8 MAR 1948 + Thomas DEASON 9 Fred DEASON b: 28 OCT 1900 


William (poss.) Deason

Born:1600
Died:Apr 27 1693 (at age ‎~93‏)


 

Mary was born in 1711 in St. Johns Parrish, Baltimore County, Maryland.  Mary's father was William Deason and her mother is Mary Standefer.  Her paternal grandparents were William Deason and Elizabeth Ayers; her maternal grandfather is William Standefer.  She was an only child.  She died at the age of 78 in 1789 in York County, South Carolina.

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They had a son named Abraham.

Children

Male Abraham Enloes
Abraham was born in Baltimore Co, MD.  He died in 1808 in Finley Twp, Washington Co, PA.

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Mary was born in 1711 in St. Johns Parrish, Baltimore County, Maryland.  Mary's father was William Deason and her mother is Mary Standefer.  Her paternal grandparents were William Deason and Elizabeth Ayers; her maternal grandfather is William Standefer.  She was an only child.  She died at the age of 78 in 1789 in York County, South Carolina.


Samuel Doty b. abt, 1643 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, d. 1715 Sept, Piscataway, Union, New Jersey
married 1678 Nov 13 in Piscataway, Union, New Jersey
Jane Harmon b. abt. 1661 Saco, York, Maine
Among children: Samuel married Elizabeth Hull

Samuel Hull
married
Mary Manning
Among children: Elizabeth married Samuel Doty

Thomas Skillman
married
Annetje Ateen
Among children: Jan married Ann Hull

John Gardner b. 1671 in , Calvert, Maryland, d. 1748 in , Calvert, Maryland
married 1703 Jan 7 in Christ Church Parish, Calvert, Marylland
Ann Buringham b. 1675 abt in , Calvert, Maryland, d. 1745 in , Calvert, Maryland
Among children: Edward

Joseph Rayborn b. abt. 1682 in , Staffordshire, England, d. in , Augusta, Virgina
married
Margaret Courtney b. in , Staffordshire, England
Among children: James married Elizabeth Cole

Anthony Slocum b. England
Among children: John married Elizabeth Mundy

Hendricks Enloes b. 1632 in Amsterdam, , Noord-Holland, Netherlands, d. 1708 May 17 in , Baltimore, Maryland
married
Christiana Wright d. 1709 July 20
Among children: Abraham married Elizabeth Silverthorn

William Silverthorne b. Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire, England, d. , Accomack, Virginia
married abt 1658 in Accomack, Virginia
Elizabeth Arew b. abt. 1640
Among children: Elizabeth married Abraham Enloes

William Deason b. , Baltimore, Maryland, d. 1693 April 27 in , Baltimore, Maryland
married
Elizabeth Ayres d. 1695 April 27 in , Baltimore, Maryland
Among children: William Deason married Mary Standefer

William Standefer
married
Mary
Among children: Mary married William Deason

Edward Elliott b. abt. 1539 in Scotland or England
Among children: James

Thomas Skillman b. 1637 in Rotherheigh, Surrey, England, d. 1699 April 1 in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, New York
married 1669 in New York
Sarah Pettit b. 1634 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, d. 1704 in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, New York
Among children: Thomas married Annetje Ateen

John Gardner b. 1650 , Calvert, Maryland, d. 1720 in , Calvert, Maryland
married
Ann Freeman
Among children: John married Ann Buringham

Thomas Deason b. Ireland
Among children: William Deason married Elizabeth Ayres

 Thomas Pettit b. 1610 in Widford, Essex, England, d. 1668 Oct in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, New York
married 1629 in Essex, England
Christian Mellows b. 1611 Boston, Lincolnshire, England, d. 1665 Sep 2 in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, New York
Among children: Sarah married Thomas Skillman

Abraham Enloes b. abt. 1670 in Maryland, d. 1709 July 20 in , Baltimore, Maryland
married
Elizabeth Silverthorn b. abt. 1668 in , Accomack, Virginia
Among children: Abraham married Mary Deason

William Deason b. abt. 1680 in , Baltimore, Maryland, d. abt. 1730 in , Baltimore, Maryland
married
Mary Standefer b. abt. 1684, d. 1730 May 12
Among children: Mary married Abraham Enloes

James Elliott b. 1686 in Baltimore, Maryland
Among children: James married Mary Weecks

 

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Christopher Bealor
married
Amelia Hurst
Among children: Capt. Samuel Bealor

Abraham Enloes b. abt. 1705 June in , Baltimore, Maryland, d. 1758 July in , Baltimore, Maryland
married 1730 in St. Johns Parish, Baltimore, Maryland
Mary Deason b. 1711 April 8 in , Baltimore, Maryland, d. 1879 Feb in , York, South Carolina
Among children: Henry married Mary Elliot

James Elliott b. abt. 1710 in, Baltimore, Maryland, d. abt. 1786 Sept in , Baltimore, Maryland
married 1736 Dec 29 in St. Johns Parish, Baltimore, Maryland
Mary Weecks
Among children: Mary married Henry Inlow

William Deason IV (son of William Joshua Deason III and Ann Shepperd)396, 397 was born 1744 in Baltimore County, Maryland397. He married Unknown Spouse.

 Includes NotesNotes for William Deason IV:
Deason, Benj. #4419 - 14 Oct. 1783 - SW Peedee
Deason, Enoch #4519 - 14 Oct. 1783 - Lane's Cr.
Deason, James #1010 - 25 June 1751 - at David Fullerton's .
Deason, John #4420 - 14 Oct. 1783 - Richardson Cr.
Deason, Wm. Shepard #4325 - 14 Oct. 1783 - SW Peedee

Children of William Deason IV and Unknown Spouse are:
  1. +Benjamin Deason, b. 1788, Lancaster Co., South Carolina, USA398, d. 1851, Todd Co., Kentucky, USA398.

 

William Deason IV (son of William Joshua Deason III and Ann Shepperd)396, 397 was born 1744 in Baltimore County, Maryland397. He married Unknown Spouse.

 Includes NotesNotes for William Deason IV:
Deason, Benj. #4419 - 14 Oct. 1783 - SW Peedee
Deason, Enoch #4519 - 14 Oct. 1783 - Lane's Cr.
Deason, James #1010 - 25 June 1751 - at David Fullerton's .
Deason, John #4420 - 14 Oct. 1783 - Richardson Cr.
Deason, Wm. Shepard #4325 - 14 Oct. 1783 - SW Peedee

Children of William Deason IV and Unknown Spouse are:

  1. +Benjamin Deason, b. 1788, Lancaster Co., South Carolina, USA398, d. 1851, Todd Co., Kentucky, USA398.

 

William Joshua Deason III (son of William Joshua Deason II and Mary Ann Standefer)399 was born 1707 in Baltimore County, Maryland, and died 1767 in Gunpowder Upper Hundred, Baltimore, MD. He married Ann Shepperd on 09 Feb 1738/39 in St.Johns Parrish, Baltimore Co. Maryland.

More About William Joshua Deason III and Ann Shepperd:
Marriage: 09 Feb 1738/39, St.Johns Parrish, Baltimore Co. Maryland.

Children of William Joshua Deason III and Ann Shepperd are:
  1. +William Deason IV, b. 1744, Baltimore County, Maryland400.

 

Mary Ann Standefer (daughter of William Standefer and Mary Standefer)1191, 1192 was born 1687 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA1192, and died 12 May 1730 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA1192. She married William Joshua Deason II on 1703 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA, son of William Deason and Elizabeth Ayers.

More About Mary Ann Standefer and William Joshua Deason II:
Marriage: 1703, Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA.

Children of Mary Ann Standefer and William Joshua Deason II are: +William Joshua Deason III, b. 1707, Baltimore County, Maryland, d. 1767, Gunpowder Upper Hundred, Baltimore, MD

View Tree for William Joshua Deason IIWilliam Joshua Deason II (b. 1693, d. 12 May 1730)

William Joshua Deason II (son of William Deason and Elizabeth Ayers)399 was born 1693 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA, and died 12 May 1730 in Gunpowder Hundred,Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA. He married Mary Ann Standefer on 1703 in Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA, daughter of William Standefer and Mary Standefer.

 Includes NotesNotes for William Joshua Deason II:
Source Gunpowder Manor the Early Leases , Lord Baltimore Survey 1767 By Bradleigh V. Slattery. page 5. Lord Baltimore's Survey 1767 Plat No. 5 100 acres leased to William Deason March 20, 1720. Lives -- Samuel Deason age 63 years; William Deason
Jr. age 60 years; John Deason age 58 years. "Gone to Virg about 15 years ago" Tenant in 1767--- Charles Baker.
GUNPOWDER MANOR
INDIVIDUAL PLATS
THE EARLY LEASES
Lord Baltimore Survey - 1767
Maryland Resurvey - 1785
By - Bradleigh V. Nattery
DEASON'S ADVENTURE
Lord Baltimore's Survey, 1767 - Plat No. 5; 100 acres; leased to WILLIAM DEASON, March 20, 1720. Lives - Samuel Deason, age 63 years; William Deason, Jr., age 60 years; John Deason, age 58 years. "Gone to Virga abo 15 years ago." Tenant in 1767 -
CHARLES BAKER. Also Plat No. 16; 33 acres; held by certificate of CHARLES BAKER (no date given). Maryland Resurvey, 1785 - The two plats above became Plat No. 14; 85 acres surveyed for JAMES BAKER. Attached to the certificate is James Baker's
assignment of the property to HENRY GUYTON June 5, 1802. It was witnessed by (T. R.Unknown) Ridgely. (Balto. Co. Unpatented Certificate No. 429)

More About William Joshua Deason II and Mary Ann Standefer:
Marriage: 1703, Baltimore Co, Maryland, USA.

Children of William Joshua Deason II and Mary Ann Standefer are:
  1. +William Joshua Deason III, b. 1707, Baltimore County, Maryland, d. 1767, Gunpowder Upper Hundred, Baltimore, MD.

 

Edmund Ayers6 was born date unknown, and died 27 Apr 1674 in Baltimore, MD, USA6.

Children of Edmund Ayers are:

  1. +Elizabeth Ayers, b. 1659, d. 27 Apr 1693, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA.

 

Thanks so much for replying. I hope you can find your source. I am wondering if this person got the generation incorrect. If the William who married Elizabeth Ayres, was born ca. 1660, then chances are that this Edmond who might be a brother was probably born close to that time, give or take a few years. If Anne Collett was born in 1702, that is a real big age gap between Edmond and Ann. Which makes me wonder if he is not William Jr's brother.
This person also mentioned that William Sr. and Edmond were sons of Thomas Deason, but did not mention where Thomas was living. Do you by any chance know where in Virgina? Perhaps I could try looking there for clues.
I believe my John Deason is related to Enoch Deason(the one who died in Bedford County, TN)as Joel Rushing, Enoch's grandson, was a witness to John Deason and Susan Guin marriage. Or he swore he knew both John and Susan, as he was at school at the time of marriage. This was mentioned in John Deason's war of 1812 papers. Deason, Thomas, Event- 1636, Owners & Headrights, VA.
Here is some information I collected about the first Deason/Dison family of Maryland.

Thomas Dison emigrated to Virginia in 1652 (G. C. Greer: Early Va. Immigrants, 1623-1666, P . 95).

William Dison was in Baltimore Co. in 1690 (see will of William Yorke). Widow Elizabeth Ayres was the admnx. of William's estate in Sept. 1693.
Elizabeth's marriage to William Dison and her relationship to Edmund Ayres is established by a record referring to her second marriage to John Devega, which states that Elizabeth is the widow of William Dison and the daughter of Edmund Ayres (Baltimore Co. Court Proceedings, Bk. G#1 1693-1696 and Bk. RM#HS, abstracted by Robert W. Bames). Elizabeth's second marriage to John Devega must have lasted only one year or less, as her will is dated March 5, 1693 and was proved July 30, 1694.

William Joshua Deason was in Baltimore Co., Md. By 1699 as a taxable in the north side of Gun powder Hundred in the household of James Maxwell. In 1720 William leased 100 acres of Gunpowder Manor for the lifetimes of Samuel, William, Jr. and John Deason.

William Joshua died before May 12 1730 when wife Mary renounced admin. of Williams's estate and appointed Luke Stansbury, who posted bond on July 27, 1730 with Thomas Stansbury and Walter James. Edmund Deason in this family may have been named for Elizabeth Ayres's father, Edmund Ayres.

William Deason and wife Mary Standefer (the name is also rendered as Standifer, Sandefer, Sandifer, Standiford) are mentioned in the Bible of Israel Standefer (b. Nov. 8, 1781 d. ___ 28 , 1852) of Henry Co., Va. Also mentioned are two sons of William and Mary Deason (Benjamin Deason and Edmond Deason.)
I don't know if it will help anyone, but I have "Deason's Adventure" in Lord Baltimore's Gunpowder Manor listed as 100 acres leased to William Deason, March 20, 1720. Lives Samuel Deason age 63, William Deason Jr. age 60 and John Deason age 58. According to the 1767 Resurvey, one of more of the Deasons were reported as having gone to VA "about 15 years ago". In 1767 the tenant on that property known as "Deason's Adventure" was a Charles Baker and the land subsequently passed to Henry Guyton June 5, 1802.A Deason Smith:
Thanks so much for your information. Did you ever find a document stating that William Dison/Deason and Mary Standefer had a son named Enoch? You see, Jo and I think there's a missing generation. If Enoch was born in 1721 as some say and died in 1830. That would make him 105 at the time of death. Most Census records show Enoch being born ca. 1755-1757, which would make more sense if he died in 1830. I think my ancestor, John Deason, born 1785, resided in Anson County, NC after his marriage is the nephew of Enoch Deason born in 1756 of course I can't prove it. If there is a missing generation and it looks like there is, who is the father of Enoch Deason born 1756, and the unknown father of my John Deason\
Karen Spencer

View Tree for William DeasonWilliam Deason (b. 1680, d. 12 May 1730)

William Deason (son of Thomas Deason and Elizabeth Ayres) was born 1680 in Baltimore, MD, USA, and died 12 May 1730 in Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, MD, USA. He married Mary Standefer on 1703 in Baltimore, Maryland.

More About William Deason and Mary Standefer:
Marriage: 1703, Baltimore, Maryland.

Children of William Deason and Mary Standefer are:
  1. +Mary Deason, b. 08 Apr 1711, St. Johns, Baltimore, Maryland, d. Feb 1789, York, South Carolina.
  2. Margaret Deason, d. date unknown.
  3. Samuel Deason, b. 1704, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  4. William Deason, b. 1707, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  5. Rebecca Deason, b. 09 Mar 1712, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  6. John Deason, b. 25 Sep 1714, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  7. Joseph Deason, b. 1716, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  8. Benjamin Deason, b. Sep 1719, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  9. Enoch Deason, b. 1720, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  10. Edmond Deason, b. 30 Mar 1721, St. Pauls, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.
  11. Catherine Deason, b. 1728, Baltimore, Maryland, d. date unknown.

Enoch Deason (son of William Deason and Mary Standefer) was born 1720 in Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, Marylan

Thomas Deason (son of Thomas Deason) was born 1660 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 27 Apr 1693 in Baltimore, Maryland. He married Elizabeth Ayres.

Children of Thomas Deason and Elizabeth Ayres are:

  1. +William Deason, b. 1680, Baltimore, MD, USA, d. 12 May 1730, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Thomas Deason was born 1640 in Ireland, and died date unknown.

Children of Thomas Deason are:

  1. +Thomas Deason, b. 1660, Baltimore, Maryland, d. 27 Apr 1693, Baltimore, Maryland.
  2. Edmond Edward Deason, d. date unknown.

Elizabeth Ayres died 27 Apr 1674 in Baltimore, Maryland. She married Thomas Deason, son of Thomas Deason.

Children of Elizabeth Ayres and Thomas Deason are:

  1. +William Deason, b. 1680, Baltimore, MD, USA, d. 12 May 1730, Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore, MD, USA.

 

This is what I have on the parents and siblings of John Deason. I do have this line back to a Thomas Deason/Dyson born before 1640 in Ireland, if interested. I do not have anything on the descendants of John and Sally.
A. D.
adeasonsm@aol.com

Descendants of William Enoch Deason

1 William Enoch Deason 1750 - 1830 b: 1750 in Maryland or Va. d: 1830 in Bedford Co., Tenn. Burial: Deason, Tenn.
.. +Rebecca Sheppard 1755 - 1838 b: 1755 d: 1838 in Deason, Tenn.
2 Sheppard Deason 1780 - 1828 b: 1780 d: 1828 in Washington, Ga.
2 William Deason 1783 - 1860 b: November 07, 1783 in SC d: 1860 in Coosa Co., Al.
.... +Rhoda Rushing
2 Joseph Deason 1784 - 1845 b: June 08, 1784 in NC d: November 26, 1845 in GA
2 Martha Deason 1785 - 1803 b: 1785 in Anson Co., NC d: Abt. 1803 in Bedford Co.., Tenn.
.... +Joseph Rushing
2 [1] Absolom Deason 1790 - 1857 b: March 23, 1790 in Scurry, NC d: September 18, 1857 in Tucaloosa Co., Al Burial: Tucaloosa Co., Al.
.... +Mary Louise Yerby 1791 - 1823 b: 1791 in NC d: 1823 Burial: Tuscaloosa Co., Al.
*2nd Wife of [1] Absolom Deason:
.... +Zipporah Appling Poe 1804 - b: 1804 in GA
2 Nancy Deason 1792 - b: 1792 in NC
2 Milly Deason 1794 - b: 1794 in SC
2 John Deason 1795 - 1848 b: 1795 in NC d: 1848 in Bedford Co., Tenn.
.... +Sarah Arnold
2 Ruth Annita Deason 1796 - b: 1796
2 Rebecca Deason 1797 - b: 1797
2 Joel Deason 1798 - b: 1798 

John Deason>William Enoch Deason and Rebecca Sheppard>Enoch Deason and Unknown>William Joshua Deason, the younger and Mary Standefer>William Deason and Elizabeth Ayres>and possibly Thomas Deason/Dyson from Ireland.

I am most grateful to my cousin Hazel Wells (nee Dyson) who first drew my attention to DNA testing when she sent me a tape recording of a radio programme featuring Professor Bryan Sykes, Professor of Human Genetics at Oxford University. During the programme he explained that he had done some research on the Dyson family and this had indicated that 90% of the men tested had a common ancestor.

In his book ‘Adam’s Curse’ published by Bantam Press 2003, Professor Sykes goes into some detail about his Dyson family research.

Professor Sykes had been researching his own family from Yorkshire and had found not only that they were prolific but that they had tended to produce more sons than daughters. Looking for another prolific Yorkshire family he chose the Dyson family. It had been thought that the name meant ‘son of dyer’ and since there must have been a great many dyers in medieval Yorkshire – the surname Dyson was believed have multiple origins.

Bryan Sykes obtained DNA samples from 23 male Dysons and to his surprise 9 had exactly the same Y-chromosome signature and a further 11 had chromosomes that were very closely related to it. This meant that nearly 90% had the same or related Y – chromosomes and therefore had a common ancestor.

Could the common founder be identified?

Looking through court and estate records George Redmonds, the Yorkshire surname expert had came across a lady called Dionissia  of Linthwaite. She had been convicted more than once for cattle rustling and other crimes.  She appears in the Wakefield Court Rolls in 1286 as Dyonisia–de-Lynthayth and in 1306 as Dye-de-Lyntwayt. She had a son, John, who was known as John Dyson. He appears in the Court Rolls in 1316 as John Dyson of Lyntwayt. The later Court Rolls have the following names:

1379 Adam Dison (Crosland)

1492 John Dyson (Linthwaite)

1545 Edward Dyson (Crosland)

According to one Dyson family historian, Dionysia’s husband was Peter Mallesheved (Moleshead) and they had a daughter Agnes as well as their son John.

An Adam de Mallesheved appears in the Wakefield Court Roll for 1274.

 

Ken, Thomas (1637-1711). Bishop of Bath and Wells. Educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, Ken was chaplain to Morley, bishop of Winchester (1665), and to Princess Mary (later Mary II) at The Hague (1679-80). He became bishop of Bath and Wells (1684) and attended Monmouth on the scaffold (1685). As one of the seven bishops petitioning James II to withdraw the Declaration of Indulgence he was imprisoned in the Tower (1688), but acquitted. Nevertheless, a man of conscience, he refused to recognize James's abdication or William's accession, was deprived of his see April 1691), and lived at Longleat until his death.


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Disputes arose between his co-heirs as to the partition of his estate, (fn. 66) but the manor of Inkberrow appears to have been among the estates which with the lordship of Bergavenny had been settled by John Earl of Pembroke, father of the last earl, in default of his issue upon his cousin William de Beauchamp, his mother's sister's son. (fn. 67) Reginald Grey de Ruthyn was found to be cousin and heir of the whole blood to John Earl of Pembroke, and he and other claimants to the estate of the earl were dealing with the manor of Inkberrow in 1400–1, (fn. 68) but in 1428 it was in the possession of Joan Lady Bergavenny, widow of William de Beauchamp above mentioned, (fn. 69) and she held it until her death in 1435. (fn. 70) She was succeeded by her granddaughter Elizabeth, wife of Sir Edward Nevill, and the manor has since descended in the same family, (fn. 71) being now in the possession of William Nevill Marquess of Abergavenny.

The manor seems to have been held at an early date by the Beauchamps, for in the Domesday Book of the bishopric of Worcester compiled about 1182 William de Beauchamp held 5 hides in Little Inkberrow of the land of Hebrand of the manor of Fladbury, and under him they were held by Nicholas Oute. (fn. 77) In 1259 William Beauchamp of Elmley granted to John de Bereford for life a messuage and 2 carucates of land in Inkberrow at a rent of a sparrowhawk. (fn. 78) John in 1274–5 restored the estate to William's son, William de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick. (fn. 79) John, lord of Little Inkberrow, is mentioned in 1290, (fn. 80) and in 1298–9 William Davey (fn. 81) and John de Inkberrow were holding these 5 hides in 'Lesser Inkberrow and Davids Inkberrow,' probably as undertenants of the Beauchamps. (fn. 82) William Davey is doubtless to be identified with the William David or William de Inkberrow whose son Peter in 1304–5 recovered land in Inkberrow against John de Inkberrow and his son Philip. (fn. 83) In 1311–12 John de Inkberrow gave to Guy de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick a messuage and 2 carucates of land in Little Inkberrow, and all the tenement which Margery wife of Henry de Stoke held of him for her life. (fn. 84) Guy, who died seised of the manor of Little Inkberrow in 1315, seems to have obtained a confirmation of John's grant from his widow Agnes la Holylond of Worcester. (fn. 85) The manor then followed the same descent as Elmley Castle (fn. 86) (q.v.) and was granted by Thomas de Beauchamp, twelfth Earl of Warwick, about 1370 to Ralph de Tangelegh for life. (fn. 87) On the earl's forfeiture in 1396 the reversion of the manor passed to the Crown, (fn. 88) and was granted in 1398 to the king's nephew Thomas Duke of Surrey. (fn. 89)

In 1420–1 Sir Ralph Arderne died seised of the manor, (fn. 90) but it is not known how he acquired it. His son Robert succeeded, and from that time the manor followed the same descent as Pedmore (q.v.) until the death of Robert Arderne in 1643. (fn. 91) It was divided like Pedmore among his four co-heirs. (fn. 92) The quarter which fell to the share of Dorothy Bagot was sold in 1680 by Arderne Bagot to Nathaniel Tomkins, B.D., (fn. 93) and he probably acquired another quarter from one of the other co-heirs, for his widow Margaret Tomkins settled half the manor in 1711 on her son Pakington Tomkins. (fn. 94) George son of Pakington seems to have acquired the rest of the manor, as he was dealing with the whole in 1758. (fn. 95) He died unmarried ten years later, when his brother Thomas succeeded. (fn. 96) Pakington George Tomkins, LL.D., son of Thomas, sold it in 1791–2 to William Smith. (fn. 97) Thomas Smith conveyed the manor in 1819 to Daniel Winter Burbury and William Whateley, (fn. 98) but William Smith was still in possession later in the same year.

John and Joan Farrington settled their quarter in 1402 upon themselves for life with remainder to their sons Christopher and Richard in tail-male. (fn. 119) Christopher and his wife Alice sold it in 1436 to Thomas Hugford. (fn. 120) John Hugford, who was probably son of Thomas, (fn. 121) died about 1485–6, leaving as his heirs his two daughters Alice and Anne, and his grandson John Beaufo, son of Joan, his eldest daughter. (fn. 122) The quarter of the manor eventually passed to John Beaufo, who died in 1516, and was succeeded by a son and grandson of the same name. (fn. 123) Thomas Beaufo, son of the last John, sold the manor in 1592 to Richard Gower. (fn. 124)

The descent of the remaining quarter of the manor has not been traced from the end of the 14th century until 1537, when it belonged to John Hyde and his wife Ellen. (fn. 125) It is possible, however, that this estate is referred to in a grant by the Crown in 1546 to Oliver Lawrence of land at Morton Underhill, 'parcel of the lands of Robert Bonhull, lord of the town of Morton Underhill,' seized by Henry VI because granted by the said Robert without licence to a certain chantry in that town. (fn. 126) John and Ellen Hyde sold it in 1543–4 to Richard Wagstaff and George Hunt, (fn. 127) who conveyed it in 1544 to William Gower. (fn. 128) This William was probably William Gower of Woodhall, to whom a moiety of the manor already belonged, but on his death this quarter, instead of passing with Woodhall to his eldest son John, probably passed to a younger son Richard, (fn. 129) who, as stated above, bought the other quarter of Thomas Beaufo. This moiety of the manor passed from Richard Gower to his son Edmund, (fn. 130) who sold it in 1612 to Thomas Ailworth. (fn. 131) In 1624–5 Thomas Ailworth and Edward and Thomas Ailworth, who were perhaps his sons, sold half the manor of Morton Underhill to Thomas Dyson. (fn. 132) Thomas Dyson, (fn. 133) or a descendant of the same name, was dealing with half the manor in 1685, (fn. 134) and it was perhaps this moiety which was conveyed in 1768 by Alexander Jesson and Jane Jesson, spinster, to Thomas Farrer. (fn. 135) The manor subsequently passed to the Cowley family, who held it for some 150 years. It is now the property of Mr. Charles Loxley, who bought it a few years ago from the Perks family. (fn. 136)

Charles I is said to have slept in the vicarage at Inkberrow on 10 May 1645 (Symonds's Diary [Camden Soc.], 166). An old book of maps left behind on that occasion is still preserved.
6 Walter's account of the voyage of the Centurion does not mention Fortescue's name.
7 In the 13th century William de Twyford gave to William Molyns 18d. rent from land called 'Ehgisht' in Cladswell (Prattinton Coll. [Soc. Antiq.], Deeds of D. and C. of Worc. no. 282).
8 Nobury seems at one time to have been a place of some importance, and is perhaps to be identified with the 'Neubir' where William de Valence had a liberty, to which he attached the men of Morton, Shell and Witton, about the middle of the 13th century (Hund. R. [Rec. Com.], ii, 284). The Zouches held land at Nobury, which probably passed to them about 1276, when Millicent wife of Eudo le Zouche obtained certain land in Inkberrow as co-heir of Eva de Braose, one of the co-heirs of Anselm Earl of Pembroke (Abbrev. Plac. [Rec. Com.], 266; see also Chan. Inq. p.m. 5 Ric. II, no. 62; 19 Ric. II, no. 52; 3 Hen. V, no. 46). In Habington's time (17th century) Lord Bergavenny was lord of the manor of Nobury, but the house was inhabited by the Savages (op. cit. ii, 144).Inform. from Mr. R. Vaughan Gower. This moiety of the manor was then in the tenure of Thomas Dyson.a A Thomas Dyson died 1651 (see M.I. in porch of Inkberrow Church).Thomas, Lord Clermont, Works of Sir John Fortescue, ii, 19.
John de Edgiock paid a subsidy of 20d. at Inkberrow in 1327 (Lay Subs. R. Worcs. 1327 [Worcs. Hist. Soc.], 34), and Habington mentions a Thomas Edgiock of Inkberrow who flourished in 1468 (op. cit. ii, 139). Edward Edgiock was succeeded in lands at Edgiock by his son Thomas early in the 16th century (Early Chan. Proc. bdle. 305, no. 27). A pedigree of the family is given in Visit. of Worcs. 1569 (Harl. Soc. xxvii), 52.
195 M. I. in Inkberrow Church, quoted by Habington, op. cit. i, 314.
196 Visit. of Worcs. 1569 (Harl. Soc. xxvii), 52. It is probably this Francis whose death in 1622 is recorded on a mural tablet in the north aisle of the church of St. Margaret, Westminster.
197 Reg. G. Giffard (Worcs. Hist. Soc.), 4, 152, 277; Cal. Pat. 1338–40, p. 2; Inst. Bks. (P.R.O.); Cal. S. P. Dom. 1635–6, p. 408. In 1625 Henry Lord Bergavenny demised to Edward Bawtre the advowson of Inkberrow for forty years. In 1636 Bawtre assigned the remainder of the lease to Sir John Lambe. From this the arches appear to have been of two orders, separated by a casement, the outer continuous and moulded with a swelled chamfer and the inner supported by an attached semicircular shaft with a plain bell capital and moulded semi-octagonal abacus. The aisle, into which this arcade must have opened, has disappeared, but on the external face of the space of wall included between the respond and the east end of the chancel is a piscina with a trefoiled ogee head and plain circular basin, probably earlier than the arcade, the remaining respond of which can hardly date from an earlier time than the last decade of the 14th century, to which period the jamb of the blocked east window may belong. At the north-east internal angle is a curious recess, about 5 ft. in height, with plain square head and jambs, the purpose of which it is difficult to determine. In the blocked east window is placed a painted alabaster bas-relief of the Virgin, in the style of the early 15th century, which may have formed part of a reredos. Some fragments of tiles of the same date are also preserved, including portions of the four-tile Talbot pattern so often met with in the county. In a vault beneath are buried many members of the Fortescue family. In the floor are slabs commemorating John Fortescue, who died in 1692, his wife, who died in 1664, William Fortescue, who died in 1706, and a slab now almost illegible commemorating a John Fortescue, the date of whose death cannot now be deciphered. On the south wall is a mural tablet to the Captain John Fortescue who rebuilt the chapel; the inscription states that he was 'one of the last Survivors of the memorable Crew of the Centurion, which sailed round the World under the Command of Commodore Anson.' He died in 1808 in his 87th year. His youngest daughter is commemorated on the same tablet. On this wall are also tablets to his wife, who died in 1780, his eldest daughter, and to the wife of a preceding John Fortescue, who died in 1764. On a wooden panel, still hung upon the wall, is recorded the history of the house, drawn up and painted under the direction of Captain John Fortescue.lage of Inkberrow is pleasantly situated on undulating ground and contains some good examples of half-timber work. The church stands on the east side of the village in a large churchyard surrounded by stone walls. To the north of the church on the opposite side of the by-road leading to it is the vicarage, (fn. 5) a house of some size, enlarged and altered externally in 1837. A previous rebuilding took place in 1762. Some of the internal walls, however, are of oakframed timber work, which must have formed part of a much earlier building. Upon the south side of the same road, between the church and the main street of the village, is the Old Bull Inn, a half-timbered house probably of 16th-century date. At the junction of this by-road with the main street is a small triangular green, on the south side of which is a good house of c. 1600. At the south end of the village a second byroad leads off to the eastward, and here are some picturesque cottages of halftimber with thatched roofs, most of them on bases of local white sandstone. At Little Inkberrow, about half a mile to the north-west of the main village, is a good stone farm-house of the first half of the 17th century known as the 'Stone House' Farm. The plan is of the normal central entrance-hall type, and the interior has been much modernized. The windows, where they remain in their original condition, have stone m

A bell, which local tradition asserts to have belonged to the Centurion, is still preserved. It is, however, inscribed 'William Ffortescue August 9 Anno 1619,' which shows it to have been the personal property of the family more than a hundred years before the Centurion expedition, nor is it likely that Captain Fortescue, who sailed in a subordinate capacity, took the bell with him. (fn. 6)

Under the northern half of the garden on the south side of the house is the basement of the southern range of buildings demolished in the 18th century. At the south-west angle of the garden is a brick garden-house of the 17th century. The ground falls away in terraced slopes on the west side of the house, which is situated near the summit of the hill from which it takes its name. The line of the moats may be very plainly distinguished. The area which they include is subdivided by a cross moat on the west, while a small branch at the north-west corner of the system originally fed the stew-ponds, two of which can still be traced by depressions in the ground. A portion of the moat is still filled with water. On the summit of the hill, to the east of the house, is an ancient camp, in a very perfect state of preservation, the circle of the moat being entire.

EDGIOCK (Eggoke, Egeoke, Edgeock, xvi cent.; Egioke, xvii cent.; Eiock, xviii cent.) is first mentioned in 1543–4, when Sir George Throckmorton mortgaged the so-called manor of Edgiock to John Legh of London. (fn. 188) In 1580 Sir John Throckmorton, sixth son of Sir George, (fn. 189) died seised of a capital messuage in Edgiock. (fn. 190) His son and heir Francis was attainted and executed for high treason in 1584, (fn. 191) and his possessions in Edgiock were granted to Thomas Combes in 1587. (fn. 192) William and John Combes sold them to John Edgiock, (fn. 193) whose family had long been settled at Edgiock. (fn. 194) John died in 1596, (fn. 195) and his son Sir Francis Edgiock (fn. 196) sold the manor in 1609 (fn. 197) to John Savage, who settled it in 1613 on his second son John. (fn. 198) John Savage the elder died in 1631, (fn. 199) and in 1634 John Savage the son settled the manor on his wife Mary daughter of Sir John Rous. (fn. 200) John died before 1656, and in November of that year his widow conveyed the manor to Sir Thomas Rous for a settlement on her daughter Hester and her husband Thomas Appletree. (fn. 201) On 1 March 1685 the latter's son John settled the manor on his wife Ann, with remainder to his sons Thomas, John and William. John gave the estate to his son Thomas on 10 March 1711. (fn. 202) The latter raised a mortgage for £1,450 on the manor in 1713 and died about 1728, when it was sold. (fn. 203) Francis Baber was probably the purchaser, as he made a conveyance of the manor in 1740. (fn. 204) On his death about twenty years later the manor was sold by Hugh Baber to Thomas Petty, (fn. 205) but the manorial rights have now fallen into abeyance.

The font is apparently of early 13th-century date. It is square in plan, the bowl having vertical sides partly moulded, and hollowed on the lower edge. On each face are three circular carvings, all with varying flower patterns, except on the east side, where the second one bears the Agnus Dei. The hollow chamfer below is enriched with dog-tooth flowers. At the top of the font is the beginning of an inscription, ✠ EST HIC FON. . . . The stem is square and plain and the base has a roll and splay on its upper edge. The pulpit may be of 18th-century date, and there is some 17th-century oak panelling around the north chapel, which now serves as a vestry.

There are several fragments of 15th-century glass in the church, the largest being in the west window of the north aisle with figures of St. Catherine and another female saint (? St. Margaret) crowned and holding a staff. Other fragments remain in the east and south-west windows of this aisle.

There is a large altar tomb of painted white marble in the south-east corner of the transept to John Savage 'of Edgioke, who had by his three wives sixe sonnes and four daughters.' He died in 1631. On the base is his effigy in full armour; the hands and feet are missing. On the sides of the base were formerly the kneeling figures of the children, but these have been removed, and some of them are lying loose on the top of the canopy. The arched canopy rests on Corinthian columns and has Gothic cusping to the coffered soffit, and surmounting it are small figures representing 'Time,' 'Hope,' and 'Faith.' The tomb is evidently not in its original position and was formerly either standing entirely free or touching the wall at one end only. On the tomb are the arms of Savage. In the transept also is a small brass inscription to George third son of Sir Francis Edgiock of Shurnock Court, died 1638, and another 17th-century brass to William Willis, an old servant of Sir Francis. Another wall monument is to Frances wife of John Sheldon of Nobury, 1690.

In the floor are several 17th-century and later slabs and in the porch is a stone to Thomas Dyson, 1651.

The six bells in the tower were cast in 1868.

The communion plate consists of a silver cup of 1592 with a baluster stem and a cover (originally gilt), a silver cup of 1629, a stand paten of the same date, a salver paten with an indistinct hall-mark, but engraved with the date of 1665, and a flagon of 1851.In the east wall of the garden which runs in a southerly direction from the south-west angle of the house, and is put together of fragments of masonry of the original buildings, is a portion of a late 14th-century bas-relief of the Annunciation. Only the upper part now remains, and the whole is much decayed. The heads of the angel Gabriel and the Virgin, with the top of a lily, can, however, be plainly distinguished. The roof of the older portion of the house appears to be of the 15th century, a fact which would seem to show that this is a portion of the original conventual buildings, remodelled by the Fortescues when they took possession of the estate. Some 16th and 17th-century panelling still remains. In the year 1765 a portrait of Charles I was discovered in the double panelling of the room on the first floor at the north end of the house adjoining the chapel. In a room at the south end of the house he is said to have slept.

"Gordon and Jane Kirkemo" <kirk...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Since we've recently had separate postings on the Comyn and Dinley
families,
I'm hoping a query regarding a connection between the families might be of
interest. While I'm concerned with developing the ancestry of both
families, I'm most interested in learning if and how the Comyn line might
connect to better known Comyn families. The following is what I've
gleaned
from the resources to which I've had access.

Let me begin by summarizing the Dinley descent I found in the Visitations
of
Essex by Hawley, Harvey, Cook, et al. of 1552, 1558, and 1570. On page
548
under Barrett, I found the following:

1. Dynley=

2. Robert Dynley=Margaret, d. & heir of Comyn

3. Robert Dynley=Jane d. of Sir Barnard (?) Buer

4. William Dynley=Margaret, d. & heir of Thomas Foscott and Phillip [sic]
Stokes

5. Robert Dynley=_____ d. of Wm. Ludlow

6. Edward Dynley=Elizabeth d. of Wm. Langford

7. Tho. Dynley=Phillip [sic] d. of John Harysfield

8. Elizabeth Dynley= (1) George Barrett, (2) Sir John Baker

My second source is "The Family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and the Roche
Court" by Montagu Burrows. On pages 116-117, the author identifies the
children of Sir Bernard Brocas and his second wife, Mary de Roches. The
following is taken from this source:

"There are difficulties as to the number of children whom she bore him,
but
she must have been the mother of two sons-Ralph, who died young, and
Bernard, who succeeded his father. The pedigree knows nothing of the
first,
and it credits her with three daughters-Isabel, wife of Sir John Golafre,
of
Oxon.; Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas de Mussenden, of Mussenden, in Bucks;
and 'Jane' or Johanna, who became the wife of Robert Dyneley; of whom,
however, we can only accept one. This last was in fact Mary's only
daughter. Her husband was the son of Robert Dyneley and Mary Comyn, and
grandson of Henry Dyneley, of Lancashire, whose wife was a sister of Sir
John Holland."

While this source has frequent footnotes, none are provided here to
confirm
the author's statement. Still, it does jive with the first source cited
and
seems to clarify the uncertainty regarding the father in line #3.

My third source is Volume 3 from the VCH for Worcester. Under the Parish
of
Inkberrow there is some discussion about the descent of the manor of
Morton
Underhill. The following is taken from this source:

".At the end of the 13th century the manor of Morton Underhill was held by
Richard, lord of Morton, his surname not being given (fn). Early in the
following century the manor passed to Thomas West, (fn) who granted it for
life to Roger Podde, (fn) and sold it in 1334-5 to John Comyn and Joan his
wife. (fn) John Comyn presented to the chapel of Morton in 1338, (fn) but
died before 1346, when Philip Irreys held the manor. (fn) Philip was
perhaps the second husband of Joan Comyn, for she as Joan Comyn presented
to
the chapel in 1349, (fn) and was succeeded before 1355 by John Comyn. (fn)
After his death towards the end of the 14th century the manor was divided
between his four daughters, Millicent wife of William Aghton, and
afterwards
of Richard Massey, Ellen wife of James Dineley, Joan wife of John
Farrington, and another whose name is not known. (fn)"

"James Dineley and Ellen in 1408 conveyed their quarter of the manor to
Roland Dineley. (fn) Both this quarter and another seem to have passed to
Robert Dineley, for in 1420 he and his wife Joan sold a moiety of the
manor
to Thomas Gower of Woodhall. (fn)"

This last source seems to support the previous sources if the Robert
Dineley
(with wife Joan=Jane) is the same man as #3 from the first source. This
suggests the fourth, unnamed, daughter of the second John Comyn may have
been named Margaret or Mary. Further, the explanation for Robert and Joan
Dineley having two quarters of the Morton Underhill Manor might be that
the
unnamed daughter was the wife of Robert Dineley as shown in #2 in the
first
source.

If this is correct, then the ancestry of the wife of Robert Dynley (#2
above) can be extended back two generations. But given the Comyn name,
the
more interesting issue is does this Comyn family connect to the well known
Scottish family.

As an aside, the Foscott family identified above (#4) appears to come from
Hampshire, and more can be found about them in the VCH Volume 4 for that
county under Andover with Foxcott Chapelry. More information about this
Dinley family can be found in VCH Hampshire, Vol. 4, under Wolverton.
Furthermore, my pursuit of Henry Dyneley, husband of a Holland sister, has
not been successful. I found a possible Henry in VCH Lancashire, Vol. 6,
under Downham; but his heir was identified as his half brother.

Can anyone shed any further light on this?

Sincerely,

Gordon

See Paul Cutmore, post to SGM dated 2004-05-10, Dineley/Dingley,
Langford. Comyn.


Doug Smith