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From Saxham John  1460

Queen Elizabeth I stayed at St John’s in 1579

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Came to town about 1520

Town Clerk of Colchester

(Chelmsfield Manor)

Brought St Johns in 1544

Also Fordeham [sic] Hall

Mary

ABELL (1st)

B. 1508 Nayland

M. 1534

D. 25/10/1550

Dau of John Abell

John (MP)

B. 1512

Bury St Ed

D. 1556

Buried St. Giles

(Of Inner Temple)

Also Court  [master]of Requests to Prince Edward [VI]

Elizabeth

CHRISTMAS (2nd)

B. 1500

M. 1550

D. 1559

(Father John Christmas of Colchester)

Daniel A

La Lucas

1468 Kent


James

B. 1526   

D. 1599  

N. Ireland

Knighted 1571

Rebecca

THORNTON

B. 1526

Northern Ireland


Mary

Elizabeth

ROYDON

B. 1523 Ramsey

D. 1595

John  

B.1538

D. 27/05/1599

Roydon Hall

Ramsey

Margaret

B.1574

(Ramsey)

Joan

B. 1589


John  

B.1565

D. 1617

Robert

B.  1533

D. 1566

Thomas (Sir)

B. 1531

D. 10/09/1611

Recorder of St john’s Colchester, MP and Sheriff of Essex.

Master of Request to Prince Edward

Mary

FERMOR

B 1546  

Northamptonshire

 M. 1560

D. 1613

Elizabeth

B. 1534

Margaret

B.  1535

D.  1587

Elizabeth

LEIGHTON

(Father John Leighton)

B. 1580

M. London. 06/08/1603

D. 1647

Anne

B. 1561

M. 1587

 D. 1629

Paulerspury  Northamptonshire

Sir Arthur

 THROCKMORTON

B. 1567

D. 1626

Paulerspury  Northamptonshire

John

B. 1575

D. 1615


Sir Thomas

(St John’s Colchester)

B . 1573

Cambridge 1588

Inner Temple 1592

++ with Sir William Brooke 1597 on Mile End Green

[Reign of Elizabeth I]

D. 1625


John 1512  Ramsey To Ireland

The said messuage called le Sonne in the said parish of St. John the Evangelist is held of the Queen by fealty only in free burgage of the City of London and not in chief, and is worth per ann., clear, £4. The messuage and 12 acres of land, meadow and pasture in Shenfeild called Dytches are held of Thomas Lucas, knight, lord of the manor of Shenfeilde Hall, as of his said manor by fealty and the yearly rent of 12d. The said 40 acres of land, meadow, pasture and wood in Shenfeild, called Parnelles alias Peverells are held of the Queen as of her manor of East Greenwich in co. Kent, by fealty only in free socage and not in chief or by knight's service; the said tenement and land called Dyches and the 40 acres of land, &c., called Parnells are worth per ann., clear, £5.

John 1565 [Roydon] Thomas 1573

Constance

B. 1608

Mary

B. 1608

Father  - John Fermor died 1571 Mother - Maud Vaux died 1569

FERMOR Family =

Elizabeth

LUCAS

B. 1564

 M. 1585

Tiptree

D. 1613


Robert

DARCY

B. 1585

Tiptree

Ramsey, Essex

E04

Anne 1561

Edward

GODFRAY


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