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Author: Peterborough, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of, 1624?-1697.
Title: Succint genealogies of the noble and ancient houses of Alno or de Alneto, Broc of Stephale, Latimer of Duntish, Drayton of Drayton, Mauduit of Westminster, Green of Drayton, Vere of Addington, Fitz-Lewes of Westhornedon, Howard of Effingham and Mordaunt of Turvey justified by publick records, ancient and extant charters, histories and other authentick proofs, and enriched with divers sculptures of tombs, images, seals, and other curiosities / by Robert Halstead.
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Print source: Succint genealogies of the noble and ancient houses of Alno or de Alneto, Broc of Stephale, Latimer of Duntish, Drayton of Drayton, Mauduit of Westminster, Green of Drayton, Vere of Addington, Fitz-Lewes of Westhornedon, Howard of Effingham and Mordaunt of Turvey justified by publick records, ancient and extant charters, histories and other authentick proofs, and enriched with divers sculptures of tombs, images, seals, and other curiosities / by Robert Halstead.
Peterborough, Henry Mordaunt, Earl of, 1624?-1697.

London: [s.n.], 1685.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Genealogy.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54500.0001.001

Contents
title page
To my LORD, THE Lord HENRY, EARL of PETERBOROW, PEER of ENGLAND, LORD MORDAƲNT, Lord Baron of TƲRVEY, Groom of the Stole, and First Gentleman of His Majesty's Bed-Chamber, Lord High Steward to the QUEEN, Lord Lieutenant of the County of NORTHAMPTON, one of the Lords of His Ma∣jesty's most Honourable Privy-Council, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the GARTER.
THE PREFACE.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY OF THE House of Alno or Alneto, Justified by Publick Records, Ancient and Extant Charters, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Name, Antiquity, Greatness, Alliances, Posssesions, and Arms of the House of Alno or de Alneto.
family house of Alneto (or Alno)
PAINE of ALNO or de ALNETO, Lord of Turvey, Maydford, and other Lands and Lordships.
ancestor Henry de Alneto
ancestor Alan de Alneto
ancestor William de Alneto
ancestor Hugh de Alneto
ancestor Alicia de Alneto
Concerning the House of Ardres.
family tree d'Alneto
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS Of the HOUSE of Alno or de Alneto.
PAINE of ALNO, or de ALNETO, Lord of TƲRVEY, and of MAYDFORD.
Charta Pagani de Alneto.
Charta Pagani de Alneto.
Inter Fines de Rege Ricardo Primo.
Charta Hugonis de Burdet.
Charta Pagani de Alneto.
Monasticon Anglicanum, Pars secunda, Folio 231.
HENRY of ALNETO, Lord of TƲRVEY, and MAYDFORD.
Charta Henrici de Alneto.
Charta Radulphi de Kaines.
Out of the Register of the Monastery of our Blessed Lady of Luffield, in the County of Northampton, within the Forest of Whittlewood.
In the forementioned Register of our Blessed Lady of Luffield, under the Title of Maydford, is thus contained.
Charta Matildae Reginae.
The Baronage of England, Pag. 597.
Halenald de Alno, or of Alneto, Lord of TƲRVEY and MAYDFORD.
Charta Alnoti de Alnoto.
Charta Halenaldi de Alno.
Charta Halenaldi de Alneto.
Inter Certificationes factas de Feodis Militum, per totam Angliam, remanen. in Scaccario.
Baronage of England, Folio 556.
Atlas novus, Pars Quarta, or Britannia Cambdeni, Folio 236.
Willielmus de Alnoto, or Alneto, Lord of TƲRVEY and MAYDFORD.
Charta Willielmi de Alneto.
The Baronage of England, Pag. 38.
Charta Willielmi de Alnotho.
Charta Hugonis de Alno.
Charta Jocosae Dominae de Maydford.
Hugo de Alnoto. Lord of TƲRVEY, and of MAYDFORD.
Charta Hugonis de Alno.
Charta Hugonis de Alno.
Charta Eustachii Le Mordaunt.
Charta Eustachii Le Mordaunt.
Concerning the House of Ardres.
Histoire de la Maison de Gand & de Guisnes, par Andre du Chesne, Pag. 29.
Dans la mesme Histoire, Pag. 97.
Preuves du livre troisieme de l' Histoire de la Maison de Guisnes, Pag. 149.
Quomodo Arnoldus, senex, dedit Gaufrido, Fratri suo, Terram de Markisia, & Gaufridus reliquit ei partem Terrae suae in Anglia, Pag. 157.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY OF THE House of BROC: Justified by Extant Charters, Records, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Name, Antiquity, Greatness, Succession, Alliances, Possessions, and Arms, of the House of Broc.
RANULPH de BROC, Lord of the Castle of Agenet, and Constable of the Castle and Honour of Saltwood.
ancestor Sir Robert de Broc
ancestor Sir Laurence de Broc
ancestor Sir Hugh de Broc
ancestor Sir Laurence de Broc
ancestor Sir Ralph de Broc
ancestor Lady Elena de Broc
family tree house of Broc
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS OF THE House of BROC.
RANULPH de BROC, Lord of the Castle of Agenet, and Constable of the Castle and Honour of Saltwood.
Hollinshead, Page 89, 60.
Doctor Powells History of Wales, Page 207.
Hollinshead, History of England, Page 67.
Villare Cantianum, Folio 298.
Charta Regis Henrici Secundi.
Historiae Anglicanae decem Scriptores, Page 1314.
Historiae Anglicanae decem Scriptores in Chronica Gervasii, Page 1398.
In eadem Chronica Gervasii, Page 1414.
Charta Willielmi de Goram.
Charta Damatae de Broc.
Inter Placita coram Concilio Regis, die Sancti Johannis Baptistae, in tres Septimanas, anno vigesimo Septimo Henrici Tertii, Rotul. 20.
Baronage of England, Page 663.
Robert de Broc, That was Stiled Marshal of England, and Forrester of Cannoc.
Rogerus de Hoveden, parte posteriori, Pag. 299.
Imagines Historiarum, Authore Radulpho de Diceto, Page 555.
Charta Roberti de Broc.
Antiquities of Warwickshire, Page 347.
Sir Laurence de Broc, Lord of Shephale.
Charta Domini Roberti Mallet.
Inter placita coram Concilio Regis, à die Sancti Johannis Baptistae, in tres septimanas, Anno vi∣gesimo septimo Henrici tertii Regis — Hunt.
Out of an Antient Manuscript among the Evidences of the Earl of Peterborow.
Inquisitio post mortem Laurentii de Broc.
Sir Hugh de Broc, Lord of Shephale, Maudelins, and other Lands and Lordships.
Charta Hugonis de Broc.
Charta Agnetis de Broc.
Odericus Vitalis, Pag. 1047.
Odericus Vitalis, Pag. 585.
A Fine suffered for the Mannour of Maudelins.
Out of the fore-mentioned Manuscript, remaining with the Earl of Peterborow.
Charta Radulphi Pirot.
Sir Laurence de Broc, Lord of Shephale, and other Lands and Lordships.
Out of the forementioned Manuscript, among the Evidences of the Earl of Peterborow.
Charta Regis Edwardi Secundi.
Out of the forementioned Manuscript, remaining with the Earl of Peterborow.
Sir Ralph de Broc, Lord of Shephale, Maudelins, and other Lands and Lordships.
Charta Petri Carbonell.
Charta Edmundi Mordaunt, & Henrici de Brusselle.
Charta Domini Henrici de Hussey.
The Partition of Lands.
Pars Thomae de Rokesle, & Johan sa femme.
Pars Agnetis Brussells.
Pars Edmundi Mordaunt, & Elene sa femme.
Out of an Ancient Pedigree among the Evidences of the Earl of Peterborow.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of LATIMER of Duntish: Justified by Publick Records, Extant Charters, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Name, Antiquity, Descent, Greatness, Succession, Possessions, Alliances, and Arms of the House of Latimer, that were Lords of Duntish and Estpullham.
WILLIAM Lord LATIMER Lord Baron of CORBY.
ancestor Sir John Latimer
ancestor Sir Robert Latimer
ancestor Sir Robert Latimer
ancestor Sir John Latimer
ancestor Sir Nicholas Latimer
EDITH LATIMER Lady MORDAƲNT, Lady of Duntish, Divelish, Estpullham, Childeckford, Estoket, and other Lands and Lordships.
family tree house of Latimer
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS Of the HOUSE of LATIMER of Duntish.
WILLIAM Lord LATIMER Lord Baron of CORBY.
Hollinshead, Page
Doctor Powel's History of Wales, Page 371.
Henricus Knighton Canonicus Leicestriensis de Eventibus Angliae, Pag. 2497.
In eodem, Pag. 2498.
Hollinshead, Page 310.
Monasticon Anglicanum, Pars prima, Folio 678.
Sir JOHN LATIMER second Son of WILLIAM Lord LATIMER.
The Baronage of England, Page 413. mentioning Aluered of Lincoln.
An ancient Letter to Sir John Latimer from Gervaise de Cingal his Steward.
Charta Vicecomitis de Baieux.
Charta Vicecomitis de Baieux.
Charta Ballivi de Caen.
Charta Ballivi de Caen.
Charta Regis Edwardi Secundi.
Charta Domini Johannis Latimer.
Charta Vicecomitis de Caen.
Charta Vicecomitis de Fallaise.
Charta Magistrorum Scaccarij.
Charta Philippi Regis Franciae.
Charta Philippi Regis Franciae.
A Fine suffered by Sir John Latimer and the Lady Joan his Wife in the Fourteenth Year of King Edward the Second.
Charta Joannae quae fuit Uxor Johannis le Latimer Militis.
Sir Robert Latimer, Lord of Duntish, and other Lands and Lordships.
Charta Johannis Mundayne, & Nicolai Gurthop Capellanorum.
Charta Catharinae Latimer.
Sir Robert Latimer Knight, Lord of Duntish, and other Lands and Lordships.
Mr Prinn's Abridgment of Records, Page 106.
Charta Johannis de Rochford.
Protestatio per Dominum Robertum Latimer in Cancellariâ facta.
Indentura inter Dominum Robertum Latimer, & Margaretam uxorem ejus ex unâ parte, & Willielmum Cadbury, & Johannem Pury ex alterâ.
Charta Roberti Latimer.
Sir John Latimer Knight, Lord of Duntish, and other Lands and Lordships.
Billa Johannis Latimer exhibita in Cancellariâ.
Charta Roberti Pipard.
Charta Johannis Latimer, & Nicolai Latimer filii ejus.
Sir Nicholas Latimer Knight, Lord of Duntish, and other Lands and Lordships.
Charta Nicolai Latimer.
An Arbitration made by George Duke of Clarence, upon a reference between Sir Nicholas Latimer and Sir Edward Grey.
Doctor Fullers History of the Worthies of England, Page 287. In his Catalogue of Sheriffs for Dorsetshire.
The Title of Sir John Mordaunt Knight, to the Mannors of Duntish and Devilish in the County of Dorset, and Estoket in Somersetshire; which late were Sir Nicholas Latimers.
The Report of Richard Eliott the Kings Serjeant at Law, John Erneley the Kings Attorney, and of John Porte the Kings Sollicitor, upon the sight of the Evidence of Sir John Mordaunt, for all such Mannors, Lands and Tenements as were late Sir Nicholas Latimer's Knight.
And all that is here under-written is to shew the truth, as appeareth after by the shewing of John Mordaunt, Son and Heir of the said Sir John Mordaunt Knight.
A Letter from Sir Giles Strangewayes.
The Petition of the Lady Edith Carewe.
The Kings Warrant signed with his hand to Thomas Lucas, to release unto Sir John Mordaunt the Latimers Lands that had stood ingaged to King Henry the Seventh for a thousand pounds.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of DRAYTON, Justified by Ancient and Extant Charters, Publick Records, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Name, Original, Descent, Possessions, Alliances, and Arms of the House of Drayton.
Sir WALTER of DRAYTON, Lord of Drayton, Luffwick, Islip, Addington, Twyvell, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir Henry of Drayton, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir Baldwin of Drayton, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir John of Drayton, Lord of Drayton, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir Simon of Drayton, Lord of Drayton, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir John of Drayton, Lord of Drayton, and other Lands and Lordships.
family tree
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS OF THE DESCENT and SUCCESSION Of the HOUSE of DRAYTON.
Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores. Historia Ingulphi Abbatis Croilandiae, Pag. 488. inter Confirmationes Regis Witlafii.
Quinque lineae infrá.
Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores. Historia Ingulphi Abbatis Croilandiae, Pag. 492. inter Confirmationes Beoredi Regis.
Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores. Historia Ingulphi Abbatis Croilandiae, Pag. 498. inter Confirmationes Abbatis Turketuli Abbatiae Croilandiae.
AUBREY de VERE, Great Chamberlain to King Henry the First, and Chief Justice of ENGLAND.
The Baronage of England, Page 190.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, Page 248.
Ex antiquo Pergameni Rotulo penès Comitem de Peterborow.
The Baronage of England, Page 190.
ROBERT de VERE, Second Son of Alberic de Vere, Great Chamberlain and Chief Justice of England.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, Pag. 417.
Baronage of England, pag. 190. Second Column.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, Pag. 248.
Ex antiquo Pergameno, penes Comitem de Peterborow.
In libro rubro Feodorum de Scaccario, inter Chartas Dominorum irrotulatas, de annis septimo, octavo, decimo quarto, decimo octavo Henrici Secundi, à secundo & octavo Richardi Primi.
Rotulo duodecimo adhuc communi de Termino Pasch. (de Anno tricesimo octavo Henrici Tertii) Consideratio contra Monachos de Hortune.
Sir HENRY de VERE, the Son of Robert, the second Son of Alberic Great Chamberlain of England.
Hollinsheads Chronicle, Pag. 110.
Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores decem ex Imaginibus Historiarum Radulphi de Diceto, pag. 631.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, fol. 52, 53.
Rotulo Secundo adhuc de Communi Termino Sancti Michaelis, Anno vicesimo septimo Henrici Tertii, Norfolk & Suffolk.
Sir WALTER de VERE who from his chief Seat took the Name of Drayton to remain to him and his Descendants ever after.
Charta Walteri de Draytonâ.
Charta Willielmi filii Roberti filii Albricii.
Charta Williehni filii Roberti.
Northampton-scira. In magno Rotulo de Anno sexto Richardi primi.
In Rubro libro feodorum de Scaccario sub Titulo, Incipit annus octavus Regis Richardi.
In eodem libro.
Carta Alani Basset.
Carta Walteri de Draytona.
illustration tomb
Sir HENRY of DRAYTON, Lord of Drayton, and other Lands and Lordships.
In magno Rotulo de Anno decimo tertio Regis Johannis de Scutagio Scotiae assiso ad viginti solidos.
Ibidem sub Titulo de Scutagio Walliae assiso ad duas marcas.
Anno secundo Henrici Tertii de primo Scutagio assiso ad duas marcas.
In Libro rubro feodorum de Scaccario.
Northamptonshire. In magno Rotulo de Anno vicesimo nono Henrici Tertii.
Fines tricesimo primo Henrici Tertii, MS.
Carta Willielmi filii Roberti de Drayton.
Carta Henrici filii Thomae de Drayton.
Carta Willielmi de Musta.
Charta Henrici filii Walteri de Drayton.
Ex Bundello Escaetorum de Anno tricesimo septimo Henrici Tertii, Numero 52.
Sir BALDWIN of DRAYTON, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Ex antiquo Pergameni Rotulo penes Comitem de Peterborow.
Ex Bundello Escaetorum de Anno 37. Henrici Tertii. Pipe Nota oblata Northampt.
Conventio inter Clementem de Leyton & Baldewinum de Drayton.
Pipe nota oblata quadragesimo secundo Henrici Tertii, Scutagium Walliae.
Tower Escheats, 6 E. 1. no 16.
Conventio inter Dominum Baldewinum de Drayton & Rogerum de Stowmarcant.
Out of the Collection of Mr. Roger Dodsworth is this Ancient Pedigree of the Draytons.
Escaetria de Anno sexto Edwardi Primi, numero decimo sexto.
Sir JOHN of DRAYTON, first of that Name, Lord of Drayton, and other Lands and Lordships.
Charta Roberti de Arderne.
Ex bundello Escaetorum de Anno vicesimo Edwardi Primi, num. 19.
Inquisitio post mortem Johannis de Drayton.
Sir SIMON of DRAYTON, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Part of the Articles of Remembrance of the Mannor of Drayton in the County of Northampton.
Charta Roberti le Peyntour.
Ex Chartis primi Edwardi Tertii, n. 23.
Charta Regis Edwardi Tertii pro libera Warrenna in Drayton.
Trs. R. num. 4. fol. 29. Anno 4 E. 3.
At the Tower Escheats, 4 E. 3. num. 17.
12 E. 3. num. 62.
29 E. 3. num. 1.
Charta Regis Edwardi Tertii.
Pardonatio Simonis de Drayton.
Charta Regis Edwardi Tertii confirmans Pardonationem Simonis de Drayton.
Charta Domini Simonis de Drayton.
Charta Egidii de Arderne.
Charta Regis Edwardi Tertii.
Charta Domini Simonis de Drayton.
Escheat 32 Edwardi Tertii no 42o.
Goodwinus de Praesulibus Angliae, Pag. 320. lin. 8.
Henricus de Knighton Canonicus Leicestrensis de Eventibus Angliae, Pag. 20, 26.
Sir JOHN of DRAYTON, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Charta Domini Johannis de Drayton.
Accord entre Monsieur Johan de Drayton & Baudewin de Drayton.
Finis factus inter Johannem de Drayton & Henricum Green, & alios.
Charta Domini Johannis de Drayton.
Indentura inter Johannem de Drayton, & alios.
Charta Regis Edwardi Tertii.
Charta Richardi Wollessore & aliorum.
Charta Johannis de Drayton.
Charta Johannis de Drayton & Margaretae filiae Johannis de Nowers.
Sir BALDWIN of DRAYTON, Lord of Stoke-goldington, Bottlebrigg in the County of Huntington, and South-Newington in the County of Oxford.
Memorandum, quòd copia Chartae Simonis de Drayton Roberto le Seymor Capellano de qua infrà fit mentio, remanet penes Edwardum de Thrapstone. Fact. Sigillat' sic.
Escheat 32 Edwardi Tertii.
Charta Baldewini de Drayton.
Charta Henrici Green.
Altera Reliquia Draytoniana.
Charta Willielmi de Drayton.
Monasticon Anglicanum, 2 Pars, fol. 197, 40, 198, 11.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of MAUDUIT, THAT WERE LORDS of WERMINSTER Justified by Publick Records, Extant Charters, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Original, Descent, Greatness, Possessions, Honours, Alliances and Arms of the House of Mauduit that were Lords of Werminster.
WILLIAM Lord MAƲDƲIT, Chamberlain to King Henry the First, Lord of Hanslape and other Great Lands and Lordships.
ancestor Robert Lord Mauduit
ancestor William Lord Mauduit
ancestor Robert Lord Mauduit
ancestor William Lord Mauduit
ancestor William Mauduit, 8th earl of Oxford
ROBERT MAƲDƲIT Lord of Werminster, second Son to Robert Lord Mauduit Chamberlain to King Henry the Second.
ancestor William Lord Mauduit
ancestor Warren Lord Mauduit
ancestor Thomas Lord Mauduit
ancestor John Lord Mauduit
ancestor Thomas Mauduit
ancestor Lady Matilda Mauduit
family tree
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS Of the HOUSE of MAUDUIT.
WILLIAM Lord MAƲDƲIT, Chamberlain to King Henry the First, Lord of Hanslape and many other Lands and Lordships.
The Baronage of England, Page 398.
ROBERT Lord MAƲDƲIT Chamberlain to King Henry the First, Lord of Hanslape and divers other Lands and Lordships.
Baronage of England, the same page, line 15.
Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores decem, Pag. 242.
WILLIAM Lord MAƲDƲIT Chamberlain to King Henry the Second, Lord of Hanslape and other Lands and Lordships.
Baronage of England, Page 398.
ROBERT MAƲDƲIT Chamberlain to King Henry the Second, Lord of Hanslape, Werminster and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Regis Henrici Secundi.
Carta Regis Ricardi Primi.
The Baronage of England, Page 398.
WILLIAM MAƲDƲIT, Hereditary Chamberlain of the Ex∣chequer, Lord of Hanslape and other Lands and Lordships.
Baronage of England, Page 398.
Antiquities of Warwickshire, fol. 305, 306. Of Waleran the Earl of Warwick.
WILLIAM MAƲDƲIT Earl of Warwick, Hereditary Chamberlain of the Exchequer, Lord of Hanslape and divers other Lordships.
Baronage of England, Page 399.
Mille's Catalogue of Honor, page 798.
ROBERT MAƲDƲIT Lord of Werminster, second Son to Robert Lord Mauduit, that was Chamberlain to King Henry the Second.
Carta Domini Roberti Mauduit.
Carta Domini Willielmi Mauduit Camerarii Regis.
Monasticon Anglicanum, Pars Secunda, pag. 409. 36. 43. inter concessiones de Mayden Bradley.
WILLIAM MAƲDƲIT, Lord of Werminster and other Lands and Lordships.
Placita de Banco, Term. Pasch. Anno 14 H. III. in pella Scaccarii Regis remanent. Rot. 15.
Charta Regis Henrici Tertii.
Carta Fulconis filii Warrini.
Carta Eudoni filiis Warrini.
WARREN MAƲDƲIT, Lord of Werminster and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Warrini de Mauduit.
Carta Edwardi Principis, Primogeniti Regis Henrici Tertii.
Carta Dominae Margeriae de Insula.
Declaratio Domini Warini Mauduit de homagio Petri de Langford.
THOMAS MAƲDƲIT, Lord Werminster and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Domini Thomae Mauduit.
Carta Roberti Mauduit.
Carta Thomae Mauduit.
Carta Roberti Pentour.
Carta Willielmi Vicarii de Dudelbery & Johannis fratris ejus.
Carta Roberti Renand.
Hollinshed his Chronicle of England, Page 329.
Again in the same Chronicle, Page 330.
And again, Page 331. of the same Chronicle.
Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores Decem, Pag. 2547.
Carta Regis Edwardi Secundi.
Eschaet. Ao 36 E. 3. post mortem Margaretae quae fuit uxor Thomae Moigne Com. Glouc. & Marchii Walliae.
Carta Dominae Elizabethae Mauduit.
Sir JOHN MAƲDƲIT, Lord of Werminster and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Regis Edwardii Tertii.
Inquisitio facta post mortem Thomae Mauduit.
Custodia Concessa.
Carta Regis Edwardi Tertii.
Carta Regis Edwardi Tertii.
Carta Elizabethae Mauduit.
Carta Domini Johannis Mauduit.
Carta Domini Johannis Mauduit.
Eschaet. Ao 43 E. 3. post-mortem Agnetis Mauduit in Com. Ox. & Wilts.
THOMAS MAƲDƲIT, Son of Sir John Mauduit Lord of Werminster and other Lands and Lordships.
Inquisitio post mortem Domini Johannis Mauduit.
Inquisitio post mortem Julianae Uxoris Johannis Mauduit.
Altera Inquisitio post mortem Julianae Uxoris Johannis Mauduit.
Praeceptum Regis Vicecomiti ad liberandum Henrico Greene Militi & marito Matildae de Mauduit diversa Maneria.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of GREENE, THAT WERE LORDS of DRAYTON, Justified by Publick Records, Antient and Extant Charters, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Original, Antiquity, Name, Arms, Alliances, Great∣ness, and Possessions of the house of Greene.
Sir THOMAS GREENE Lord of Buckton and other Lands and Lordships.
ancestor Sir Thomas Greene
ancestor Sir Henry Greene
ancestor Sir Henry Greene
ancestor Sir Ralph Greene
ancestor Sir John Greene
ancestor Sir Henry Greene
ancestor Lady Constance Greene
ancestor Edward Stafford, 2nd earl of Wiltshire
family tree house of Greene
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS Of the HOUSE of GREENE.
Sir THOMAS GREENE Lord of Buckton and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir THOMAS GREENE, second of that Name, Lord of Buckton and other Lands and Lordships.
Doctor Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 295.
Out of an Ancient Manuscript remaining with the Earl of Peterborow.
Again out of the same Manuscript.
Out of an Office of Sir Henry Greene found in the 42. of Edward the third toward the later end.
Sir HENRY GREENE, Lord of Buckton and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta pro Feria in Buckton, De Anno 25o Regis Edwardi Tertii.
Carta Willielmi de Pateshull.
Ex Chronica Guilielmi Thorne, Monachi Sancti Augustini Cantuariensis, de rebus gestis Abbatum Sancti Augustini Cantuariae, Page 2068.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Cotton's Abridgment of Records Page 92. Anno 36o Edwardi Tertii.
Out of the same Abridgment Page 96. Anno 37 Edwardi Tertii.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Ex Henrici Knighton Canonici Leicestrensis Chronica de Eventibus Angliae.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Exemplificatio Inquisitionis captae post mortem Henrici Greene Militis.
monuments
Sir HENRY GREENE, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Bawdewini de Drayton.
Carta Johannis Hayward.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi pro Mercato & Feria & libera Warrenna in Luffwick.
Carta Domini Henrici Greene.
Carta Edwardi de Everwick Comitis de Rutland.
Carta Edwardi de Everwick Comitis de Rutland.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
Carta Regis Ricardi Secundi.
Hollinshead in Chronicle of England, Page 498.
Again out of the same Chronicle and the same Page.
Doctor Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, pag. 49. treating of Coats of Arms and of the different Bearing of them by persons of the same Name and Family.
Leland's Itinerary, Vol. 1. Pag. 5.
Sir RALPH GREENE, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Carta Radulphi Greene.
Carta Radulphi Greene.
Carta Radulphi Greene.
Carta Radulphi Greene.
Doctor Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 295.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Carta Regis Henrici Quarti.
Exemplificatio Petitionis Radulphi Greene in Parliamento.
Carta Regis Henrici Quinti.
Finis inter Willielmum Islip & alios Querentes, & Radulphum Greene Deforcientem.
Inquisitio capta post mortem Radulphi Greene.
Indentura inter Katherinam uxorem Radulphi Greene & Thomam Prentys & Robertum Sutton de Chelaston, Kervers.
JOHN GREENE, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Willielmi Seymour.
Carta Regis Henrici Sexti.
Carta Johannis Greene.
Carta Johannis Greene.
Ultima Voluntas Johannis Greene.
HENRY GREENE, third of that name, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Doctor Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 296.
Carta Henrici Greene.
Carta Henrici Greene.
Carta Regis Henrici Sexti.
Indentura inter Ducem Buckinghamiae & Henricum Greene pro maritagia Constanciae filiae praedicti Henrici.
Ultima Voluntas Henrici Greene.
Carta Margaretae Relictae Henrici Greene.
CONSTANCE GREENE, Countess of Wiltshire, Lady of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Antiquities of Warwickshire, Page 729. Writing of Maxton-Castle.
Baronage of England, Page 174. Stafford Earl of Wiltshire.
Carta Regis Edwardi Quarti.
Carta Regis Edwardi Quarti.
Carta Thomae Lenton & Katherinae filiae Roberti Long.
Ultima Voluntas Johannis Comitis Wilts
Indentura facta inter Constanciam Comitissam de Wilts & Thomam Billing Capitalem Justiciar. Dom. Regis ad Placita, &c. & alios, facta.
EDWARD STAFFORD Earl of Wiltshire, Lord of Drayton and other Lands and Lordships.
Among the Evidences of the Earl of Peterborow.
Carta Edwardi Comitis Wilts.
Carta Edwardi Comitis Wilts.
Carta Regis Henrici Septimi.
Carta Johannae Vicecomitissae Lisle & aliorum.
Ultima Voluntas Edwardi Comitis Wilts.
Copia Statutorum Cantariae Edwardi Comitis Wilts de Villa Luffwycke.
Depositions of Robert Merbury and others.
deposition
Deposition of William Pemberton.
Deposition of Henry Caine.
Deposition of William Boyes.
Deposition of Chrystopher Myddylton.
Deposition of Thomas Cade.
Deposition of James Walbef.
Inquisitio capta post mortem Edwardi Comitis Wilts, &c.
An Award between the Earl of Shrewsbury, and John Mordaunt concerning the Mannor of Drayton.
A Release from the Erle of Shrewsbury to John Mordaunt of all his Right concerning the Mannor of Drayton.
illustration blazons of the house of Greene
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of that HOUSE of VERE, Of which were the LORDS of Addington and Thrapston; Justified by Publick Records, Extant Charters, Histories, and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Original, Descent, Possessions, Alliances, Actions and Arms, of the House of Vere, which were Lords of Addington and Thrapston.
AƲBREY de VERE, Earl of Guisnes, Chief Justiciar and Great Chamberlain to King Henry the First.
ancestor Sir Robert de Vere
ancestor Sir Henry de Vere
ancestor Sir Robert de Vere
ancestor Lady Ellen de Vere
ancestor Sir Robert de Vere
ancestor Sir Ralph de Vere
ancestor Sir John de Vere
ancestor Sir Robert de Vere
ancestor Sir Robert de Vere
ancestor Sir Baldwin de Vere
ancestor Sir Richard de Vere
ancestor Sir Henry de Vere
ancestor Lady Elizabeth de Vere
family tree house of Vere
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS OF THE DESCENT and SUCCESSION Of the HOUSE of VERE.
AUBREY de VERE, Great Chamberlain to King Henry the First, and Chief Justice of ENGLAND.
Spelmanni Glossarium, Page 337, 338.
Spelmanni Glossarium de Capitali Angliae Justiciario qualis olim & quantus fuit.
The Baronage of England, Page 190.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, Page 248.
Ex antiquo Pergameni Rotulo penès Comitem de Peterborow.
The Baronage of England, Page 190. Writing of Earl Aubrey.
ROBERT de VERE, Second Son of Alberic de Vere, Great Chamberlain and Chief Justice of England.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, Pag. 417.
Baronage of England, Pag. 190. Second Column. Speaking of Maud the Empress.
Monasticon Anglicanum, pars prima, Pag. 248.
Ex antiquo Pergameni Rotulo penes Comitem de Peterborow.
In libro rubro Feodorum de Scaccario, inter Cartas Dominorum irrotulatas, de annis septimo, octavo, decimo quarto, decimo octavo Henrici Secundi, à secundo & octavo Richardi Primi.
Rotulo duodecimo adhuc communi de Termino Pasch. (Anno tricessuno octavo Henrici Tertii) Consideratio contra Monachos de Hortune.
Carta Roberti Furnell.
Carta Johannis Furnell.
Carta Thomae Curthun.
Sir HENRY de VERE, the Son of Robert, the second Son̄ of Alberic, Great Chamberlain of England.
Hollinshead's Chronicle, Page 110.
Historiae Anglicanae scriptores decem ex imaginibus Historiarum Radulphi de ..... Pag. 631.
Rotulo Secundo adhuc de Communi Termino Sancti Michaelis, Anno vicesmo septimo Henrici Tertii, Norfolk & Suffolk.
Sir ROBERT de VERE, Lord of Addington, Thrapston, Twyvell, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Walteri de Drayton.
Carta Willielmi de Vere.
Carta Willielmi de Vere.
Carta Henrici Abbatis Croilandiae.
Carta Davidis Abbatis de Thorney.
Carta Adelinae de Rodlos.
Carta Domini Baldewini de Wac.
Carta Regis Henrici Tertii pro Mercato de Thrapston.
Carta Domini Galfridi de Lucy.
Carta Margartae Comitissae Lincolniae & Pembrochiae.
Hollinshead his History of England, Page 241. No. 40.
Matthaeus Parisiensis, Page 766.57.
Hollinshead his History of England, Page 433. No. 10.
Matthaeus Parisiensis, Fol. 791.42.
Carta Galfridi de Lucy.
Sir BALDWIN de VERE, first of that Name, Lord of Thrapston, Addington, Melton, Tywa, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Dominae Helenae de Vere.
Carta Domini Gilberti de Seagrave.
Carta Ranulphi Comitis Cestriae & Lincolniae.
Carta Regis Henrici Tertii.
Carta Roberti filii Walteri.
Carta Roberti filii Walteri.
Carta Henrici Abbatis Croilandiae.
Carta Walteri Rectoris Ecclesiae de Addington.
Carta Hugonis Episcopi Lincolniensis.
Conventio inter Dominum Baldewinum de Vere & Johannem filium Hugonis de Twyvell.
Carta Baldewini de Vere.
Carta Willielmi de Sidenham.
Carta Walteri de Ludham.
Conventio inter Dominum Abbatem Burgi & ejusdem loci Conventum, & Dominum Baldewinum de Vere super libertates de Thrapston.
Sir ROBERT de VERE, third of that Name, Lord of Thrapston, Addington, Twyvell, Sudburgh, Tywa, Melton, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Domini Roberti de Vere.
Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 295.
Conventio inter Dominum Robertum de Vere & Thomam de Abburbirie.
Carta Roberti Gilkamor.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
In an ancient Manuscript among the Evidences of the Earl of Peterborow is this Pedigree inserted.
RANƲLPH de VERE, first of that Name, Lord of Thrapston, Addington, Twyvell, Sudburgh, Tywa, Melton, and other Lands and Lordships.
The Priviledges and Liberties of the Town of Thrapston.
Carta Willielmi de Wygth.
Carta Ranulphi de Vere.
Thrapston and Addington Inquisition.
JOHN de VERE, first of that Name, who died without Issue, and ROBERT de VERE, fourth of that Name, Lords of Addington, Thrapston, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Aliciae Vere.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Aliciae de Vere.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Testamentum Roberti de Vere.
ROBERT de VERE, fifth of that Name, Lord of Addington, Thrapston, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Edwardi Principis Walliae.
Covenants which were between Elizabeth the Wife of Robert de Vere, and Robert her Son.
A Petition from the Lady Elizabeth Vere, Wife to Sir Robert de Vere, to Queen Isabel, Mother of King Edward the Third.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Doctor Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 139. in his Catalogue of Sheriffs for the County of Leicester.
Carta Regis Richardi.
Indentura inter Dominam Aliciam de Vere & Robertum filium Roberti de Vere.
Indentura inter Elizabetham Vere Dominam de Addington & Johannem Wardale.
Carta Roberti Vere.
Endenture fait entre Robert Vere de Addington le Grand d'une part, & Thomas Asheby de Lovesby d'autre part
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Thomae Asheby junioris & Margaretae Uxoris ejus.
Intitulatur supra Petram jacentem in Capella Sanctae Mariae in Ecclesia de Addington.
BALDWIN de VERE, second of that Name, Lord of Ad∣dington, Thrapston, Barklow, Overhall, Kempton, Hokenhanger, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Roberti de Vere.
Carta Edwardi Deverwyk, Comitis de Rutteland & de Cork.
Requeste de Baldewin Vere au Roy Henry Cinqueisme.
Carta Thomae Asheby.
Carta Edmundi de Mortuo Mari, Comitis Marche & Ulton.
A Letter from the Earl of March, Lieutenant of Ireland, to Baldwin Vere.
Testamentum Baldewini de Vere.
Carta Elenae, quae fuit Uxor Baldewini de Vere.
Ista continentur in Fenestra Sancti Nicolai in Ecclesia de Addington.
In eadem Fenestra continentur ista Arma,
Sir RICHARD de VERE, first of that Name, Lord of Thrapston, Addington, and other Lands and Lordships.
Indentura inter Thomam Asheby & Richardum de Vere.
Carta Humfridi Comitis Herefordiae & aliorum.
Carta Thomae Asheby.
Carta Richardi de Vere.
Carta Johannis Holland Militis, & aliorum.
Carta Richardi Vere.
A Letter from the Abbot of Croyland to Sir Richard Vere.
Carta Regis Edwardi Quarti.
HENRY de VERE, second of that Name, Lord of Addington, Thrapston, and other Lands and Lordships.
Carta Regis Henrici Septimi.
To the Right Honourable and my singular good Lord, my Lord Chancellor of England.
The Answer of Henry Vere Esquire to the Bill of Complaint of Thomas Watts.
Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 296.
To the Right Worshipful Maister Vere Shrese of Northamptonshire be this Letter delivered, &c.
To his Worshipful Brother Henry Vere be this Bill delivered at Addington.
To my Right Trusty and Welbeloved Henry Vere Gentilman.
To my Trusty and Welbeloved Henry Vere Squier.
A Letter from the King to Henry Vere.
To his Right Worshipful and Welbeloved Brother Sir Henry Vere be this delivered.
To his Right Worshipful Brodyr Sir Henry Vere be this delivered.
To my Right Welbeloved Cousen Sir Harry Vere, Sheriff of the County of Northampton.
To my Right Welbeloved Cousyn Sir Henry Vere.
To my right entirely beloved Cousen Henry Vere Squier.
Carta Edwardi Comitis Wilts.
Testamentum & ultima Voluntas Henrici Vere.
Fuller's History of the Worthies of England, Page 298.
ELIZABETH VERE, Lady Mordaunt, Lady of Drayton, Thrapston, Addington, and Inheritrix of all the Lands that belong∣ed to the Greenes and Veres her Predecessors.
Specialis Liberatio Terrarum Greene & Vere assignata per Regem.
An Indenture septipartite between Edward Duke of Buckingham, and the Coheirs of Greene and Vere.
Carta Edwardi Ducis Buckinghamiae.
Carta Edwardi Ducis Buckinghamiae.
A Grant of the Issues and Profits of Greene's and Vere's Lands assigned to John Mordaunt.
Carta Margaretae Stafford Comitissae Wiltes.
charter
charter
charter
An Award between the Earl of Shrewsbury and John Mordaunt concerning the Mannor of Drayton.
A Release from the Earl of Shrewsbury to John Mordaunt of all his Right concerning the Mannor of Drayton.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of FITZ-LEWIS THAT WERE Lords of Westhornedon, Justified by Antient and Authentick Testimonies.
Of the Original, Descent, Noble Alliances, Possessions and Arms of the House of Fitz-Lewis.
family house of FitzLewis
LEWIS Prince of France, who came afterwards to be King LEWIS VIII.
Sir LEWIS FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir JOHN FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir RICHARD FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir JOHN FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir HENRY FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir LEWIS FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
Sir RICHARD FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
JOHN FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
ELY FITZ-LEWIS, Lady of Westhornedon, and other Lands and Lordships.
family tree house of FitzLewis
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS Of the HOUSE of FITZ-LEWIS OF WESTHORNEDON.
Sir JOHN FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon.
In a Book called Vincent's Discovery of the Errours of Ralph Brooke, page 405.
In the same Book of Augustine Vincent, page 450.
Carta Johannis Montgomeri Militis, & Dominae Annae Ducissae Exon.
JOHN FITZ-LEWIS, HENRY FITZ-LEWIS, MARY Conutess of Rivers, and Sir RICHARD FITZ-LEWIS, Lords of Westhornedon.
Vincent's Discovery of the Errours of Ralph Brook, page 432.
JOHN FITZ-LEWIS, Lord of Westhornedon.
Camden's Britannia, page 205, treating of the County of Essex,
ELY FITZ-LEWIS, and JOHN Lord MORDAƲNT, Lord and Lady of Westhornedon.
A Will or Testament of John Lord Mordaunt.
Occasions of Disagreement between the Lord Mordaunt, and his Son Lewis Mordaunt.
Another Will of Sir John Mordaunt of Westhornedon.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of HOWARD of Effingham, Justified by Publick Records, Charters, Deeds, Histories and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Original, Greatness, Actions, Honors, Alli∣ances, Possessions and Arms of the House of Howard of Effingham.
family
THOMAS HOWARD, Second Duke of Norfolk, and Earl of Surrey, Lord High Treasurer and Earl Marshal of England, and Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter. CHAPTER I.
WILLIAM Lord Howard, Lord Baron of Effingham, Lord-High-Admiral of England, Lord Chamberlain, Lord Privy-Seal, and Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter; and Privy-Counsellor to Henry the Eighth, to Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth; and eldest Son (by his Second Wife) to Thomas the Second Duke of Norfolk. CHAPTER II.
CHARLES Lord Howard, Earl of Nottingham, Lord High-Admiral of England, Lord Chamberlain, Justice and Heir of all the Forrests on this side Trent; Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of the Lords of the Privy-Council to Queen Elizabeth, and King James the First. CHAPTER III.
WILLIAM Lord Howard, Eldest Son to Charles Earl of Not∣tingham, Lord Baron of Effingham. CHAPTER IV.
ELIZABETH HOWARD, Countess of Peterborow. CHAPTER V.
family tree house of Howard
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS OF THE DESCENT and SUCCESSION Of the HOUSE of HOWARD of Effingham.
THOMAS HOWARD, Second Duke of Norfolk, Lord High Treasurer, and Earl Marshal of England. CHAPTER I.
The Baronage of England, Part II. pag. 267.
Polydore Virgil, pag. 567.
Polydore Virgil, pag. 621.
WILLIAM HOWARD, Peer of England, Lord Baron of Ef∣fingham, Lord High Admiral of England, Lord Chamberlain, Lord Privy Seal, and Privy Councellor to the Queens, Mary and Elizabeth. CHAPTER II.
Baronage of England, Pag. 278.
A Patent whereby Queen Mary does create William Lord Howard Baron of Effingham.
Herbert's History of Henry the Eighth, pag. 535.
Commission of Queen Mary, To be High Admiral of England.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 28.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 19.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 31.
Ex eodem iterum, Pag. 209.
Ex eodem iterum, Pag. 243.
CHARLES HOWARD, Earl of Nottingham, Peer, and Lord High Admiral of England, Lord Baron of Effingham, Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, Lord Justice and Heir of all her Ma∣jesties Forests, Parks, and Chaces on this side Trent, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of Her Majesties most Honourable Privy Council. CHAPTER III.
Hollinshed in the Life of Queen Elizabeth, Pag. 1212.
The Baronage of England, Pag. 279.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 42.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 186.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 389.
A Commission to Charles Howard of Effingham, for being High Admiral of England.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 479.
Iterum ex eodem, Pag. 485.
Iterum ex eodem, Pag. 489.
Iterum ex eodem, Pag. 490.
Iterum ex eodem, Pag. 491.
Iterum ex eodem, Pag. 495.
Cambden's History of Queen Elizabeth in English, Pag. 516.
Again out of the same, Pag. 518.
Again out of the same, Pag. 519.
Again out of the same, Pag. 520.
Again out of the same, Pag. 521.
A Patent constituting Charles Lord Howard of Effingham, Earl of Nottingham.
The History of Queen Elizabeth by Cambden, Pag. 610.
And again out of the same, Pag. 659.
WILLIAM Lord Howard, Lord Baron of Effingham, Eldest Son to Charles Earl of Nottingham, that was Lord High Ad∣miral of England. CHAPTER IV.
Cambden's History of Queen Elizabeth, Pag. 519.
Ibidem, Pag. 521.
Milles's Catalogue of Honour, Pag. 894, 895.
ELIZABETH HOWARD, Countess of Peterborow. CHAPTER V.
The Second Part of the Baronage of England, by Dugdale, Pag. 279.
An Indenture by which Elizabeth, Countess of Peterborow, doth settle the Mannor of Blechingleigh, upon her Son, Henry, Earl of Peterborow.
A SUCCINCT GENEALOGY Of the HOUSE of MORDAUNT, Justified by Antient and Extant Charters, Publick Records, Histories and other Authentick Proofs.
Of the Name, Antiquity, Descent, Alliance, Possessi∣ons, Greatness, Actions, and Arms of the House of Mordaunt.
family house of Mordaunt
OSBERT le MORDAƲNT, Lord of Radwell, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER I.
OSMƲND le MORDAƲNT, Lord of Radwell, Felmarsham, and Chellington. CHAPTER II.
EƲSTACE le MORDAƲNT, Lord of Radwell, Felmar∣sham, Chellington, of the Moiety of the Noble Lordship of Tur∣vey, as of Lands in Wahull, and in Brayfield. CHAPTER III.
WILLIAM MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Felmarsham, Esthull, Radwell, of Lands in Wahull, and in Yerdley. CHAPTER IV.
WILLIAM de MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Chicheley, Clifton, Yerdley, Esthull, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER V.
ROBERT MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Yerd∣ley, Knotting, Chicheley, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER VI.
EDMOND de MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Chillington, Staggesden, Shephaell, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER VII.
ROBERT MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Chiche∣ley, Shephaell, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER VIII.
ROBERT MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Chel∣lington, Brayfield, Ampton, Timworth, Brokeley, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER IX.
WILLIAM MORDAƲNT, Lord of Turvey, Chellington, Clifton, Brayfield, Bottellers, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER X.
Sir JOHN MORDAƲNT, Knight, Lord of Turvey, Stag∣gesden, Chellington, Clifton, Brayfield, and many other Lands and Lordships; Chancellor of the Dutchy of Lancaster, and Privy Councellor to King Henry the Seventh. CHAPTER XI.
Sir JOHN MORDAƲNT, Knight, Peer of England, Lord Mordaunt, Lord Baron of Turvey, and Privy Councellor to King Henry the Eighth. CHAPTER XII.
Sir JOHN MORDAƲNT, Knight, Peer of England, Lord Mordaunt, Lord Baron of Turvey, and Privy Councellor to Queen Mary. CHAPTER XIII.
Sir LEWIS MORDAƲNT, Knight, Peer of England, Lord Mordaunt, and Lord Baron of Turvey. CHAPTER XIV.
HENRY Lord MORDAƲNT, Peer of England, and Lord Baron of Turvey. CHAPTER XV.
JOHN Earl of PETERBOROW, Peer of England, Lord Mordaunt, Lord Baron of Turvey, and Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northampton. CHAPTER XVI.
HENRY Earl of PETERBOROW, Peer of England, Lord Mordaunt, Lord Baron of Turvey, Groom of the Stole, and First Gentleman of the Bed-Chamber to King JAMES the Second, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northampton, and One of the Lords of his Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council. CHAPTER XVII.
family tree house of Mordaunt
half title
GENEALOGICAL PROOFS OF THE DESCENT and SUCCESSION Of the HOUSE of MORDAUNT.
OSBERT le MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Lord of Radwell. CHAPTER I.
Charta Eustachii de Sancto Aegidio.
Charta Osberti le Mordaunt.
Ex Antiquo MS. è manu propria Johannis Mordaunt Militis, Cancellarii Ducatus Lancastriae sub titulo, Le Titre de tous le terres & tenements qui fuerent allienez par mes Ancestres. Charta tamen Extat.
OSMOND le MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Lord of the Lordship of Radwell. CHAPTER II.
Charta Osmundi le Mordaunt.
Charta Sampsonis Fortis.
EƲSTACE le MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Lord of Turvey, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER III.
Charta Willielmi de Alno.
Charta Eustachii le Mordaunt.
Charta Eustachii le Mordaunt.
Charta Eustachii le Mordaunt.
Charta Philippi filii Nicolai de Turveia.
Charta Eustachii le Mordaunt.
Inter Recorda in Curia Receptae Scaccarii, sub Custodia Thesaurarii & Camerariorum ibidem residentia, sub pede Finium de Communi Banco in Comitatu Bedford, tempore Regis Richardi Primi, inter alia continetur ut sequitur:
escheator's record
WILLIAM de MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Asthull, and other Lands. CHAPTER IV.
Charta Galieni Seneschalli Domini Willielmi de la Chuche.
Charta Ranulphi Comitis Cestriae.
Charta Ranulphi Comitis Cestriae.
Charta Ranulphi Comitis Cestriae.
Charta Johannis de Scotia, Comitis Huntingdoniae.
Charta Willielmi Mareschalli de Sutton.
Charta Matildae filiae Letticiae de Asthull.
Charta Richardi de Ardres.
Charta Richardi de Ardres.
Charta Henrici filii Fulconis Hurel.
Charta Albredae, filiae Roberti de Sancto Georgio.
Charta Rogeri le Soc.
Quieta Clamatio Willielmi de Mordaunt Thomae de Wikeley Ballivo suo de Manerio suo de Turveia.
WILLIAM de MORDAƲNT, Second of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Asthull, Chicheley, and other Lands. CHAPTER V.
Charta Willielmi filii Sampsonis le Mansell de Turveia.
Charta Domini Reginaldi de Grey.
Charta Edwardi Primi pro Parco de Turveia.
Finis facta inter Willielmum Mordaunt & Thomam filium Warini de Bosco.
Charta Amiciae de Aubeny.
Charta Willielmi de Mordaunt.
ROBERT de MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Chicheley, and other Lands. CHAPTER VI.
Charta Hugonis Bossard Domini de Knotting.
Rotulus Curiae Roberti de Mordaunt, tentae apud Chicheley, die Jovis proxima post Festum Sancti Andraeae Apostoli, Anno Regni Regis Edwardi Tertii post Conquestum, septimo.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt.
Charta Alexandri Bozonn.
Charta Johannis Oliver.
Charta Willielmi Campion.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt.
Charta Hugonis Wake.
EDMƲND de MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Shephaell, and other Lands. CHAPTER VII.
Charta Edmundi de Mordaunt.
Charta Petri Carbonell.
Charta Edmundi de Mordaunt & Henrici Brusselle.
The Partition of Lands.
Pars Thomae de Rokesle & Johane sa Femme.
Pars Agnetis Brussells.
Pars Edmundi le Mordaunt, & Elene sa Femme.
Out of an Ancient Pedigree among the Evidences of the Earl of Peterborow.
Inter Recorda in Curia receptae Scaccarii, sub custodia Thesaurarii & Camerariorum ibi∣dem residentium, videlicet inter placita, coram Domino rege, apud Westmonasteri∣um de termino Sancti Michaelis, Anno Regni Regis Edwardi tertii post con∣questum Angliae, vicesimo nono, inter alia continetur ut Sequitur rotulo vij.
ROBERT de MORDAƲNT, Second of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Chicheley, Shephaell, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER VIII.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt, filii & haeredis Edmundi Mordaunt.
Charta Thomae Dardres.
Charta Richardi Dagenhale.
Pedigree of the Botelers of Walden, out of the same Manuscript.
Touching the Pedigree of L'Estrange, out of the old Manuscript, is as followeth;
Charta Johannis L'Estrange de Kimpton.
Charta Dominae Johannae Escutamore.
Charta praedictae Dominae Johannae Escutamore endorsata est ut sequitur; videlicet,
Charta Johannis Curteys & Willielmi Mordaunt.
Charta Johannis Curteys de Wymington.
Charta Domini Johannis L'Estrange Domini de Brokeley.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti Mordaunt.
Out of the old Manuscript.
Endentures faicts per entre le tres haut & puissant Prince Edward Duc de Yorke, & Robert Mordaunt, & Thomas Mirefield.
ROBERT de MORDAƲNT, Third of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Yerdley, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER IX.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Johannis Brigge Senioris, Johannis Brigge Junioris, & Matildae uxoris ejus.
Yerdley. Visus ad modum Curiae Roberti Mordaunt ibidem tentae die Jovis proxima post Festum Sancti Edwardi Regis & Martyris, Anno Regni Regis Henrici Quinti post Conquestum, nono.
Charta Johannis Dardres.
Out of the Old Manuscript.
Concerning Elizabeth, the Wife of Robert Mordaunt, out of the Old Manuscript, is as followeth.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti de Mordaunt.
WILLIAM MORDAƲNT, Third of that Name, Lord of Turvey, Clifton, Brafield, and other Lands and Lordships. CHAPTER X.
Indentura inter Willielmum Holdenby & Willielmum Mordaunt.
Charta Roberti Tanfield & Elizabethae uxoris ejus.
Charta Johannis Bainton.
Charta Johannis Bainton.
Sir JOHN MORDAƲNT, Knight, First of that Name, Chancellor of the Dutchy of Lancaster, and Counsellor of State to King Henry the Seventh. CHAPTER XI.
Charta Johannis Mordaunt.
Charta Johannis Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Richard the Third to John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Richard the Third to John Mordaunt and William Salisbury.
A Letter from King Henry the Seventh to John Mordaunt, Gentleman.
The Indenture of Marriage between William Mordaunt and Anne Huntington.
Junctura Annae uxoris Willielmi Mordaunt.
Charta Regis Henrici Septimi, Ad constituendum Johannem Mordaunt unum servientium ad legem.
Charta Edwardi Ducis Buckinghamiae.
An Indenture between John Mordaunt of Turvey and John Tresham of Rushton.
A Letter from the Prince to John Mordaunt his Attorney.
Articles of Marriage between Sir Wistan Brown, and Elizabeth Mordaunt.
Charta Thomae Prioris prioratus de Caldwell.
An Indenture between John Mordaunt, Wistan Brown, and Humphrey Brown his Brother.
An Indenture between Henry Strangeways and John Mordaunt for a Mar∣riage between Gyles Strangeways his Son, and Jane the Daughter of the said John.
Charta Johannis Mordaunt.
Finis facta inter Edwardum Ducem Buckinghamiae & Johannem Mordaunt de visu franciplegii & aliis libertatibus in Turveia.
Indentura facta inter Henricum Strangeways & Johannem Mordaunt.
Concessio wardae, & custodiae Thomae Leventhorp.
A Letter from the Lady Margaret, Countess of Richmond the Kings Mother.
Charta Willielmi Episcopi Dunelmensis Cancellarii Cantabrigiae.
Literae patentes Domini Regis Henrici septimi, factae Johanni Mordaunt militi de officio Cancellariatus Ducatus Lancastriae.
Liberties and Privileges granted from the Pope to Sir John Mordaunt.
Concessio custodiae Johannae Sayntmaur a Rege Henrico Septimo.
An Indenture between Sir John Mordaunt, and Wistan Brown, about the Wardship of Thomas Leventhorp.
Ʋltima Voluntas Johannis Mordaunt Militis probata.
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JOHN Lord MORDAƲNT, Second of that Name, Peer of England, Lord Baron of Turvey, and Privy Counsellor to King Henry the Eighth. CHAPTER XII.
Charta Regis Henrici Septimi facta Willielmo Mordaunt & Willielmo Gascoign, Exe∣cutoribus Johannis Mordaunt, Militis, pro Custodia Johannis Leventhorp.
A Patent to John Mordaunt to be Sheriff.
Concession de Cognoisance a Jean Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eight to John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eight to John Mordaunt.
An Award between the Earl of Shrewsbury and John Mordaunt concern∣ing the Maner of Drayton.
A Release from the Earl of Shrewsbury to John Mordaunt, of all his Right concerning the Maner of Drayton.
A Patent to John Mordaunt, Esquire, granting several Liberties, and among o∣thers, to be Pilo Coopertus, that is Covered in the presence of the King.
A Letter from King Henry the Eight to John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eight to John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eight to John Mordaunt.
Alliance of Mordaunt and Elmes.
A Letter from King Henry the Eight to John Mordaunt.
An Indenture between John Elmes and John Mordaunto.
A Letter from Cardinal Wolsey to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from Cardinal Wolsey to Sir John Mordaunt.
Charta Johannis Cottisford Rectoris Collegii de Lincolne in Ʋniversitate Oxoniensi.
Alliance between Mordaunt and Fettyplace.
Alliance between Mordaunt and Fisher.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
Charta Regis Henrici Octavi.
Charta Regis Henrici Octavi.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
Alliance between Mordaunt and More.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from the Queen to the Lord Mordaunt.
Alliance between Mordaunt and Danvers.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from the Queen to the Lord Mordaunt.
Alliance between Mordaunt and Danvers.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
Alliance between Mordaunt and Denton.
A Letter from Margaret Fettyplace to her Father the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
Alliance between Mordaunt and Cheyne.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
A grant of Deodands and other Liberties in Turvey.
An Acquittance or Bill from Robert Cheyne to the Lord Mordaunt, for Four hun∣dred and fifty Marks.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to the Lord Mordaunt.
An Act of John Lord Mordaunt, by which he does constitute his Proxies to the Parliament, the Duke of Somerset, the Lord Paulet, and the Lord Russel.
Articles of Agreement between the Lord Mordaunt, and his Son William Mordaunt.
A Division of Lands and Tenements between the Lord Mordaunt, Sir Hum∣phrey Brown, and others.
The Claim and Surmise that the Lord Parre maketh for to have the Freeborde of Drayton-Park, to the King's use, from the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter to the Lord Mordaunt, from the Lord William North.
A Letter to the Lord Mordaunt, from the Lord William North.
An Exemplification of Depositions concerning the Freeborde of Drayton-Park.
A Letter from the Lords of the Council to the Lord Mordaunt, and to Sir John Mordaunt.
Another Letter from the Lords of the Council to the Lord Mordaunt, and to Sir John Mordaunt.
Another Letter from the Lords of the Council to the Lord Mordaunt, and to Sir John Mordaunt.
A Letter from the Lord Mordaunt to Queen Mary.
A Letter from Queen Mary to the Lord Mordaunt, dispencing him to come to the Parliament, in the First Year of her Reign.
A Letter from the Queen to the Lord Mordaunt, Sir John Mordaunt, and others.
A Letter from Queen Mary to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from the King and Queen to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from the Queen to the Lord Mordaunt.
Ʋltima Voluntas Johannis primi Domini Mordaunt probata.
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Sir JOHN MORDAƲNT, Knight, Third of that Name, Second Lord MORDAƲNT, Peer of England, Lord Baron of Turvey, and Privy Counsellor, to Queen Mary. CHAPTER XIII.
A Letter from King Henry the Eighth to Sir John Mordaunt.
Hollinshead's Chronicle, page 931. No. 50.
Stow's Chronicle, page 610. 40.
A Letter from Queen Mary to Sir John Mordaunt, and to the Lady his Wife.
Ʋltima voluntas Johannis Secundi Domini Mordaunt probata.
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Sir LEWIS MORDAƲNT, Knight, First of that Name, Third Lord MORD AƲNT, Peer of England, and Lord Baron of Turvey. CHAPTER XIV.
Causes of Disagreements between John the Second Lord Mordaunt and his Son Lewis.
Articles which Mr. Henry Darcy requireth to be performed for Mr. Lewis Mor∣daunt, concerning the Marriage of his Sister.
A Commission for Musters within the County of Northampton, to the Lord Mordaunt and others directed.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 208.
Cambdeni Elizabetha, Pag. 413.
A Letter from the Lords of the Council to Lewis Lord Mordaunt. To our very good Lord, the Lord Mordaunt.
Alliance of Mordaunt and Maunsell.
Another Letter from the Lords of the Council to the Lord Mordaunt.
Anether Letter from the Lords of the Council to the Lord Mordaunt.
A Letter from the Lord Chancellor Hutton to the Lord Lewis Mordaunt.
A Letter from the Queen to the Lord Mordaunt.
An Exemplification at the Request of the Right Honourable Lewis Lord Mordaunt, of several Patents of Liberties, granted to the Maners of Drayton, Luff∣wick, &c
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Ʋltima Voluntas Ludovici tertii Domini Mordaunt.
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HENRY Lord MORDAƲNT, First of that Name, Fourth Lord MORDAƲNT, Peer of England, and Lord Baron of Turvey. CHAPTER XV.
A special Livery granted unto the Honourable Henry Lord Mordaunt.
Charta Caroli Comitis de Nottingham Magni Admiralli Angliae, Capitalis Justiciarii, ac Justiciarii itinerans, omnium Forestarum, Chacearum, Parcorum, & Warrenarum, Domini Regis citra Trentham.
An Indenture Tripartite for the Settlement of the Estate of Henry Lord Mordaunt.
Ʋltima Voluntas Henrici quarti Domini Mordaunt.
JOHN Lord MORDAƲNT, Fourth of that Name, Fifth Lord MORDAƲNT, Earl of PETERBOROW, Peer of England, Lord Baron of Turvey, and Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northampton. CHAPTER XVI.
A Pardon and Release Granted to John Lord Mordaunt, of a Fine in the Star-Chamber, set upon Henry Lord Mordaunt his Father.
A Deed of Jointure made for the Countess of Peterburgh before Marriage.
Charta Caroli primi Regis constituendo Johannem Dominum Mordaunt Comitem de Peterborow.
The Disafforestation of the Earl of Peterborow's Lands in Northampton-shire, and Grant of other Liberties thereunto.
The Patent of Lord Lieutenant of Northampton-shire, to John Earl of Peter∣borow.
A Commission for Constituting Deputy Lieutenants for the County of Northampton.
A Commission of Array to the Right Honourable John Earl of Peterborow.
A Letter from King Charles the First, to the Right Honourable John Earl of Peterborow.
HENRY Earl of PETERBOROW, Peer of England, Lord MORDAƲNT, Lord Baron of Turvey, Grome of the Stole and First Gentleman of the Bed-Chamber to King JAMES the Second, Lord High-Steward to the Queen, Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northampton, One of the Lords of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the GARTER. CHAPTER XVII.
A Declaration of King Charles the First, against the Alienating of the Lordship and Priory of Rygate, from Henry Earl of Peterborow.
A Writ Summoning the Earl of Peterborow to the Parliament, in the Twelfth Year of King Charles the Second.
A Letter from the Duke of Albemarle.
A Commission constituting Henry Earl of Peterborow Captain-General, and Go∣vernor of Tangier.
Instructions for the Earl of Peterborow, General of our Army designed for Tangier in Africa.
Charta Regis Caroli Secundi.
His Majesty's Warrant for Two thousand Pounds, as a free Gift to the Earl of Peterborow.
A Letter from JAMES Duke of York. For the Earl of Peterborow.
A Letter from JAMES Duke of York. For the Earl of Peterborow.
A Letter from King Charles the Second, written with his own Hand to the Earl of Peterborow.
JAMES Duke of York and Albany; Earl of Ulster; Lord High-Admiral of England, Ireland, and Wales, and the Dominions and Isles of the same, of the Town of Calis, and the Marches thereof, of Normandy, Gascoigne, and Aquitaine; and Captain-General of the Navies and Seas of his Majesty's Domi∣nions; and also Lord High-Admiral of his Majesty's Town of Dunkirke, and of his Dominions of New-England, Jamaica, Virginia, Barbados, St. Christo∣phers, Bermudos and Antego in America, and of Guinny, Binny, Angola in Africa, and of Tangier in the Kingdom of Fez, as also of all and singular his Majesty's other Dominions whatsoever, in Parts Transmarine; Constable of Dover-Castle; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, and Governor of Portsmouth, &c.
The Earl of Teviot's Receipt of the Garrison of Tangier, from the Earl of Pe∣terborow.
A Grant of a Pension to the Earl of Peterborow, from King Charles the Second, of a Thousand Pounds by the Year for his Life.
A Commission of King Charles the Second, Constituting John Earl of Exeter, and Henry Earl of Peterborow, Lord Lieutenants of the County of Northampton.
Testimony of Council for the Earl of Peterborow's having been sworn in order to the Lieutenancy.
A Letter from the Earl of Arlington, Principal Secretary of State, to Henry Earl of Peterborow.
A Commission from King Charles the Second, to raise a Company consisting of Fourscore Horse, to be an independent Troop.
A Letter from the Lords of the Council, to Henry Earl of Peterborow.
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A Letter from the Earl of Arlington, Principal Secretary of State, to Henry Earl of Peterborow.
The Earl of Peterborow's Commission for being Collonel of a Regiment of Foot.
A Commission for the Earl of Peterborow, to be Extraordinary Embassador to the Emperor, for the Marriage of the Archdutchess, with the Duke of York.
Instructions for our Right Trusty and Right welbeloved Cousin, Henry Earl of Peterborow, going in quality of our Embassador Extraordinary to his Im∣perial Majesty. Given at our Court at Whitehall, the Twenty seventh Day of February. 1672/3.
A Commission constituting Henry Earl of Peterborow Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northampton.
Instructions for our Right Trusty and Right welbeloved Cousin, Henry Earl of Peterborow, our Embassador Extraordinary to the Court of Modena. Given at our Court at Whitehall, the Thirty first Day of July. 1673.
JAMES Duke of York and Albany, Earl of Ulster, &c.
The Earl of Peterborow's Pass from the King, to go Extraordinary Embassador to Modena.
An Order for the Earl of Peterborow's being Sworn a Privy Councellor.
The Earl of Peterborow's Commission for being Collonel of a Regimet of Horse.
A Writ Summoning the Earl of Peterborow to the Parliament, 30. Caroli Secundi.
A Commission constituting Henry Earl of Peterborow Lord Lieutenant of the County of Northampton.
A Writ Summoning the Earl of Peterborow to the Parliament, 31. Caroli Secundi.
A Writ Summoning the Earl of Peterborow to the Parliament, 32. Caroli Secundi.
The Jointure of the Countess of Peterborow in Turvey.
An Order for the Earl of Peterborow's being Sworn a Privy-Counsellor.
A Copy of the Oath taken by the Earl of Peterborow, as Groom of the Stole.
A Writ Summoning the Earl of Peterborow to the Parliament, 1mo. Jacobi Secundi.
A Letter from King James the Second to the Earl of Peterborow, Commanding his Attendance at the Coronation.
A Letter from the Duke of Norfolk to the Earl of Peterborow, intimating the King's Pleasure that he should bear St. Edward's Scepter at the Coronation.
An Order from King JAMES the Second, to the Earl of Peterborow, for Raising the Militia of the County of Northampton.
An Order from King JAMES the Second, to the Earl of Peterborow, for the seizing of suspected Persons.
The Earl of Peterborow's Commission for being Collonel of a Regiment of Horse.
A Letter from the Earl of Sunderland, to the Earl of Peterborow, about Marching his Three Troops to Colebrook.
The King's Warrant to Discharge the Prisoners at Oxford.
A Letter from the Bishop of Sarum, to the Earl of Peterborow, intimating the King's Pleasure that he attend at a Chapter of the Order of the Garter.
A Patent of High Steward and Chief Bayliff to the Queen's Majesty, Granted to the Right Honourable Henry Earl of Peterborow.
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OF THE Collateral BRANCHES That have issued out of the HOUSE OF MORDAUNT.