Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


Henry or John WILLIAMSON-W1501 # was born in Ditchingham?, Norfolk. He died in ?.

He had the following children.

  F i Faith WILLIAMSON-W1401 # died in ?.

James HOLMES-H1402 was born in Bedingham?, Norfolk. He died in ?.

He had the following children.

  F i Elizabeth HOLMES-H1302 died in Jan 1640/1641.

William FORSTER-F1601 # was born about 1516 in Copdock, Suffolk.

He had the following children.

  F i Mary FORSTER-F1501 # was born about 1541. She died after 1600.
  F ii Katherine FORSTER-F1502.

Edward BLUNDEVILLE [Parents]-B1601 # was born in 1499 in Newton Flotman, Norfolk. He died on 11 Apr 1568 in Gunton, Suffolk. He was buried 1 in Apr 1568 in Newton Flotman, Norfolk. Edward married Barbara DRAKE-D1601 # in 1536 in Hardley Hall, Norfolk.

Edward worked as Esquire / Gentleman.

Other marriages:
GODSALVE, Elizabeth

Edward inherited the Manor's of Newton Flotman, Haveringland and Gunton when his father died in 1514. He sold the Manor of Haveringland in 1546.

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The following appears in the records of civil pleas held before the justices de Banco at Westminster, in Hilary term of the 1st year of queen Elizabeth (1559) - (Public Record Office: CP 40/1178 m. 762d)

Pl’ita apud Westmr coram Anthonio Broune et Socijs suis Justic’ d’ne Regine D Banco D Termino s’ci Hillarij Anno regni d’ne Elizabeth dei gr’a Anglie Francie & Hib’nie Regine fidei defensoris &c’ Primo

Norff’
iiij li’

Rob’tus Bell genrosus dat d’ne Regine quatuor libras p licen’ con’ cu’ Edwardo Blondevill armigro de pl’ito con’ de Manrio de Newtonflotman’ cu’ ptin’ ac de triginta Mes’ vno Columbar’ triginta gardinis trescent’ acr’ trre Centu’ acr’ pati  ducent’ acr’ pasture  viginti acr’ bosci  trescent’ acr’ jampnor & bruere & quadraginta solidat’ Reddit’ cu’ ptin’ in Newtonflottman’  Swainsthrop’  Mullton’  Kennyngham  Shottesham & Florden’  ac de aduocac’one eccl’ie de Newtonflotman’  Et h’et Cirr’ p pacem admiss coram Jacobo Dyer Milite Justic’ in p’ria

Pleas at Westminster before Anthony Broune and his fellows, justices of the lady queen de Banco, for Hilary term in the 1st year of the reign of lady Elizabeth by the grace of God queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.

Norfolk
£4

Robert Bell gentleman gives the lady queen £4 for licence of concord with Edward Blondevill esquire in a plea of covenant, concerning the manor of Newtonflotman with appurtenances, and 30 messuages, a dovecote, 30 gardens, 300 acres of (arable) land, 200 acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood, 300 acres of furze and heath, and 40s rent with appurtenances in Newtonflottman, Swainsthrop, Mullton, Kennyngham, Shottesham and Florden; and the advowson of the church of Newtonflotman. And he has a chirograph for peaceful admittance before James Dyer, knight, justice in the country.

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On Edward's death in 1568, the Manor of Newton Flotman passed to his eldest (surviving) son Thomas. The Manor of Gunton came to his second son Jeromy of Toft Monks.

Edward died at Gunton in Suffolk but was buried at Newton Flotman, where there is an enarched monument to him, his father and grandfather (see burial citation). The brass plaque on this monument gives Edward's age as 75 years when he died but this would put his birth around 1492 - when his mother Constance would only have been 14 years of age.
He was succeeded by his eldest son (Thomas) by his first wife Elizabeth.

There is some uncertainty over the year of Edward's death. The brass on his tomb, which one would expect to be correct, and the Visitation of Norfolk Pedigree show 1568. Camplings East Anglian Pedigree gives the date of death as 11 Apr 1567 followed by an Inquisition Post Mortem on the 7 Jun 1567.

Barbara DRAKE [Parents]-D1601 # died in 1585. She was buried in 1585 in Brumstead, Norfolk. Barbara married Edward BLUNDEVILLE-B1601 # in 1536 in Hardley Hall, Norfolk.

After Edward died, Barbara maried Hugh Hartley Esq. and after he died she married Henry Dengaine of Brunstead (d. 3 Dec 1586).

They had the following children.

  M i Jerome BLUNDEVILLE-B1501 # died after 1578.
  M ii John BLUNDEVILLE-B1502 died after 1616.

John BLUNDEVILLE [Parents]-B1502 was born in Waxham, Norfolk. He died after 1616. John married 1 Theodosia BRETT-B1508 in 1585.

John worked as Gentleman.

Other marriages:
SPENCER, Margery

No children (o.s.p.)

Theodosia BRETT-B1508 was born in of Norwich, Norfolk. She died in Apr 1601. She was buried on 22 Apr 1601 in St Stephens, Norwich, Norfolk. Theodosia married 1 John BLUNDEVILLE-B1502 in 1585.


Edward BLUNDEVILLE [Parents]-B1601 # was born in 1499 in Newton Flotman, Norfolk. He died on 11 Apr 1568 in Gunton, Suffolk. He was buried 1 in Apr 1568 in Newton Flotman, Norfolk. Edward married Elizabeth GODSALVE-G1601 about 1520.

Edward worked as Esquire / Gentleman.

Other marriages:
DRAKE, Barbara

Edward inherited the Manor's of Newton Flotman, Haveringland and Gunton when his father died in 1514. He sold the Manor of Haveringland in 1546.

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The following appears in the records of civil pleas held before the justices de Banco at Westminster, in Hilary term of the 1st year of queen Elizabeth (1559) - (Public Record Office: CP 40/1178 m. 762d)

Pl’ita apud Westmr coram Anthonio Broune et Socijs suis Justic’ d’ne Regine D Banco D Termino s’ci Hillarij Anno regni d’ne Elizabeth dei gr’a Anglie Francie & Hib’nie Regine fidei defensoris &c’ Primo

Norff’
iiij li’

Rob’tus Bell genrosus dat d’ne Regine quatuor libras p licen’ con’ cu’ Edwardo Blondevill armigro de pl’ito con’ de Manrio de Newtonflotman’ cu’ ptin’ ac de triginta Mes’ vno Columbar’ triginta gardinis trescent’ acr’ trre Centu’ acr’ pati  ducent’ acr’ pasture  viginti acr’ bosci  trescent’ acr’ jampnor & bruere & quadraginta solidat’ Reddit’ cu’ ptin’ in Newtonflottman’  Swainsthrop’  Mullton’  Kennyngham  Shottesham & Florden’  ac de aduocac’one eccl’ie de Newtonflotman’  Et h’et Cirr’ p pacem admiss coram Jacobo Dyer Milite Justic’ in p’ria

Pleas at Westminster before Anthony Broune and his fellows, justices of the lady queen de Banco, for Hilary term in the 1st year of the reign of lady Elizabeth by the grace of God queen of England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c.

Norfolk
£4

Robert Bell gentleman gives the lady queen £4 for licence of concord with Edward Blondevill esquire in a plea of covenant, concerning the manor of Newtonflotman with appurtenances, and 30 messuages, a dovecote, 30 gardens, 300 acres of (arable) land, 200 acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood, 300 acres of furze and heath, and 40s rent with appurtenances in Newtonflottman, Swainsthrop, Mullton, Kennyngham, Shottesham and Florden; and the advowson of the church of Newtonflotman. And he has a chirograph for peaceful admittance before James Dyer, knight, justice in the country.

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On Edward's death in 1568, the Manor of Newton Flotman passed to his eldest (surviving) son Thomas. The Manor of Gunton came to his second son Jeromy of Toft Monks.

Edward died at Gunton in Suffolk but was buried at Newton Flotman, where there is an enarched monument to him, his father and grandfather (see burial citation). The brass plaque on this monument gives Edward's age as 75 years when he died but this would put his birth around 1492 - when his mother Constance would only have been 14 years of age.
He was succeeded by his eldest son (Thomas) by his first wife Elizabeth.

There is some uncertainty over the year of Edward's death. The brass on his tomb, which one would expect to be correct, and the Visitation of Norfolk Pedigree show 1568. Camplings East Anglian Pedigree gives the date of death as 11 Apr 1567 followed by an Inquisition Post Mortem on the 7 Jun 1567.

Elizabeth GODSALVE [Parents]-G1601 died in ?. Elizabeth married Edward BLUNDEVILLE-B1601 # about 1520.

Marriage Notes:

Edward's first marriage.

They had the following children.

  M i
John BLOMEVILLE 1-B1507.
  M ii Lancelot BLUNDEVILLE-B1504 was born about 1520. He died before 1567.
  M iii Thomas BLUNDEVILLE-B1503 was born in 1522. He died in Feb 1605/1606.
  M iv
Alan BLUNDEVILLE 1-B1505 died after 1576.

Alan worked as Gentleman in 1576 in Horsley, Derbyshire.
  F v Constance BLUNDEVILLE-B1506 died on 12 Apr 1562.

Lancelot BLUNDEVILLE [Parents] 1-B1504 was born about 1520 in Brumstead, Norfolk. He died before 1567. Lancelot married Mary HANBYE-H1501 in 1562 in Brumstead, Norfolk.

Mary HANBYE-H1501. Mary married Lancelot BLUNDEVILLE-B1504 in 1562 in Brumstead, Norfolk.


Henry HEYDON [Parents] 1-H1901 # was born in 1442. Henry married Elizabeth (Anne) BOLEYN-B1904 # in Est 1469.

Elizabeth (Anne) BOLEYN [Parents] 1-B1904 # was born in 1448. Elizabeth married Henry HEYDON-H1901 # in Est 1469.

They had the following children.

  F i Anne HEYDON-H1801 # was born in 1469. She died in 1510.
  M ii Sir John HEYDON-H1802 died in 1551.
  F iii Amy HEYDON-H1803.
  F iv Dorothy HEYDON-H1804.
  F v Elizabeth HEYDON-H1805.
  F vi Bridget HEYDON-H1806.

Joseph LAMB [Parents] [scrapbook]-L0502 was born 1 about Mar 1858 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was christened 2 on 28 Mar 1858 in the Church of Saint Thomas in Portsmouth, Hampshire. Joseph married 3, 4 Elizabeth WHEELDON-W0526 on 2 Oct 1882 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Joseph was counted in a census 5 on 8 Apr 1861 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. He was counted in a census 6 on 2 Apr 1871 in Nettleham, Lincolnshire. He was counted in a census 7 on 3 Apr 1881 in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 8 on 5 Apr 1891 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. He was counted in a census 9 on 31 Mar 1901 in Hillside, Middleton, Derbyshire.

Elizabeth WHEELDON [scrapbook]-W0526 was born in 1864 in Cromford, Derbyshire. Elizabeth married 1, 2 Joseph LAMB-L0502 on 2 Oct 1882 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Elizabeth was counted in a census 3 on 5 Apr 1891 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire. She was counted in a census 4 on 31 Mar 1901 in Hillside, Middleton, Derbyshire.

They had the following children.

  M i William LAMB-L0404 was born on 25 Mar 1883.
  F ii Gertrude LAMB-L0405 was born on 4 Dec 1884.
  F iii Ellen LAMB-L0406 was born on 17 Jun 1886.
  F iv
Sarah Elizabeth LAMB-L0407 was born 1 on 9 Oct 1887 in Middleton, Derbyshire. She was christened 2 on 6 Nov 1887 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Sarah was counted in a census 3 on 5 Apr 1891 in Main Street, Middleton, Derbyshire.

Generally known as 'Bess'
  M v
Joseph LAMB-L0409 was born on 5 Sep 1889 in Middleton, Derbyshire. He was christened 1 on 8 Oct 1889 in Middleton, Derbyshire.

Joseph was counted in a census 2 on 31 Mar 1901 in Hillside, Middleton, Derbyshire.
  F vi Annie LAMB-L0410 was born on 4 May 1891.
  F vii Caroline LAMB-L0408 was born on 7 Apr 1893. She died in 1950.
  F viii Marion LAMB-L0411 was born on 27 May 1894.

James JERMYN 1, 2-J0703 was born in 1765 in Reedham, Norfolk. He died in ?. James married 3 Charlotte BLUNDERFIELD-B0720 on 5 Jul 1799 in St John Maddermarket, Norwich, Norfolk.

Could be the parents of Mary Ann Jermyn (J0621) born abt 1802 in Limpenhoe and who married Thomas Blunderfield in 1819.

James married Elizabeth Cockerell in 1792 in Reedham, described as a single man of Reedham. They had one son James in 1794 - baptised in Reedham as 'Jermany' and located in 1851 as a ?retired Accountant living miles away in Newbury, Berkshire!. Elizabeth must have died shortly after for James re-married in about 1798 across the river to Charlotte Blunderfield of Heckingham. James was by then 'of Limpenhoe', next to Reedham.

Charlotte BLUNDERFIELD [Parents] 1-B0720 was born about May 1773 in Norton, Norfolk. She was christened 2 on 23 May 1773 in the Church of Saint Mary in Norton Subcourse, Norfolk. She died 3 about Aug 1857 in Norwich, Norfolk. Charlotte married 4 James JERMYN-J0703 on 5 Jul 1799 in St John Maddermarket, Norwich, Norfolk.

Charlotte was counted in a census on 30 Mar 1851 in Magdelene Street, Norwich, Norfolk.

Charlotte is mentioned in the will of her father which was signed on the 4th June 1814.

They had the following children.

  M i
William JERMYN-J0622 was born on 19 Jan 1801 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. He was christened 1 on 23 Jan 1801 in the Church of Saint Nicholas in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.

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