Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Thomas COLMAN 1-6904 was born about 1501 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom. He died in 1568 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married (MRIN:3041) Agnes FAYRE-6902 about 1520 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.

Thomas had a will 2 on 17 Jul 1568 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom. His will was probated 3 on 14 Dec 1568 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.

RE: Thomas Coleman
From: PMBott COMCAST (pmbott@comcast.net)
Sent: Mon 2/11/08 9:41 PM
To: 'Tim Farr' (dustyhills@hotmail.com)

Thomas Colman’s will is dated 17 July 1568. He is from Shillington, Bedford.
Wife: Agnes
Father: Richard Colman, deceased
Son: Thomas
Daughter: Susan, but mentions he has daughters.
He mentions a late Mathewe Dryver’s orchards and a Thomas Dryver of Shillington.
He gives Thomas Colman his son his lease which he has of Thomas Arnold. Thomas Arnold has a father named Robert Arnold and mother named Ellyne. He doesn’t say who they are.
He mentions a Roger Barber.
He has a cousin named Thomas Ryre (is an English surname).
He gives to Robert Stoffer of Arlesey, Bedford (5 mi from Shillington)
He gives to John Sympson his sister’s son.
Witnesses: Henry Wilcock, esquire, Richard Ashton, Thomas Dryver, and Thomas Ashton
There are two spots where he gives to someone and the page has another page on top of it or else the page is folded up so I can’t see the names. Perhaps it could be another daughter. This happens again where he says he gives to a William somebody. Dang.
Probate is in Latin dated 14 Dec 1568

RE: Thomas Coleman
From: PMBott COMCAST (pmbott@comcast.net)
Sent: Sun 2/17/08 11:19 PM
To: 'Tim Farr' (dustyhills@hotmail.com)
Tim,
I have some additions and corrections to make to this will. I went back to see what the first 2 pages of this will were before the will actually starts and they are the missing sentences that I said were folded over in the will. Someone else has written this in and the spelling and some of the sentencing is a little different than the original will. I could also see the words more clearly in these additions. Some of the original will was a bit blurry.
There are 3 daughters of Thomas Colman named Susan, Agnes, and Marye.
The William that was cut off is William Colman, an uncle to Thomas Colman.
Thomas Colman’s cousin’s name is Thomas Ayre, not Ryre. I could see it more clearly and it is positively Ayre.
And the Robert from Earlsey (Arlesey) is not Robert Stotter, it is definitely Robert Scotte. I looked at the original on this and there was some bleed through that made it look like Stotter.
Pam

Agnes FAYRE [Parents] 1, 2-6902 was born about 1502 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Agnes married (MRIN:3041) Thomas COLMAN-6904 about 1520 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.

Mentioned in her father's will as being wife of THomas Colman and from Shillington.

They had the following children.

  M i
Thomas COLMAN 1-7915 was born about 1522 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.
  F ii
Susan COLMAN 1-7916 was born about 1524 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.
  F iii
Agnes COLMAN 1-8050 was born about 1527 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.
  F iv
Marye COLMAN 1-8051 was born about 1529 in Shillington, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.

Robert EYRE [Parents]-6905 was born about 1525 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. He died before 10 Jan 1557 in Kempston, Bedford, England, United Kingdom.

DEATH: Robert is listed in his grandfather's will but not his father's will. Only Robert's children are listed in his father's will.

He had the following children.

  M i
Thomas EYRE-8348.
  F ii
Alis EYRE-8349.
  F iii
Elizabeth EYRE-8350.
  F iv
Joane EYRE-8351.

William ODELL ALIAS MILLOR 1-6907 was born in 1500 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. He died after 20 Aug 1564 in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. William married (MRIN:3043) Elizabeth FAYRE-6906 about 1520 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

William had a will 2 on 20 Aug 1564 in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Archdeaconry of Bedfordshire

William Odell alias Millor
20 Aug 1564
Cranfield, Bedford
FHL British Film #1066791  pg. 17
Extract by Pam Bott

Sons: Edward, Richard, Thomas, John
Wife: Elisabeth
Daughter: Agnes
Executrix: Elisabeth his wife
Supervisors of the Will: Edward Baker, Henri Odell
Witnesses: Thomas Hardyng, John Shelly, Thomas Barnes
No Probate

Elizabeth FAYRE [Parents] 1, 2-6906 was born in 1500 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Elizabeth married (MRIN:3043) William ODELL ALIAS MILLOR-6907 about 1520 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

First name was figured from her husband's will and last name from her father's will

They had the following children.

  F i Agnes ODEL-6913 was born about 1520.
  M ii
Robert ODEL 1-6908 was born about 1521 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M iii
Thomas ODEL 1, 2-6909 was born about 1523 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M iv
John ODEL 1, 2-6910 was born about 1525 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M v
William ODEL 1-6911 was born about 1527 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M vi
Edmund ODEL 1, 2-6912 was born about 1529 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F vii
Elizabeth ODEL 1-6914 was born about 1532 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Mr. FOOKES 1-8052 was born about 1518 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Mr. married (MRIN:3044) Agnes ODEL-6913 about 1541 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Agnes ODEL [Parents] 1, 2-6913 was born about 1520 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Agnes married (MRIN:3044) Mr. FOOKES-8052 about 1541 in of Wootton, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.


John WHYTE [scrapbook]-6917 was born about 1473 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. He died in 1501 in Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. John married (MRIN:3045) Agnes-6916 about 1495 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

John's will was probated in 1501 in Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Progenitor of the Whites of Pennsylvania.

PCC
PROB 11/13 f.13 pg.115d
Jn. Whyte, Holcote 6 October, pr. 20 Dec. 1501 (Latin)

Testament
Body to be buried in the church of the apostles Peter and Paul of Cranfield before the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary; for mortuary what is right; to the high altar of Holcote aforesaid for tithes forgotten or negligently with-held 6s 8d; to the Sepulchre light of Holcote church 3s 4d; to the Crucifix light there 3s 4d; to the purchase of a candle stick to stand before the image of the Blessed Virgin Mary lOs; to the altar of the Blessed Virgin Mary a decorated cloth (panurn picturn) called “an Awtercloth” [worth] 3s 4d; to the light of St. Nich., St. Mary Magdalen, St. Kath. and St. Margt. a cow; to the light of the pious souls (piarurn anirnarurn) another cow; to the light of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Jn. the Baptist, St. Jn. the Evangelist, another [cow] ; these 3 cows to be so managed that these 3 lights may have 3 cows for ever; to the church of Holcote aforesaid 6s 8d; to the church of Cranfield for building £3 6s 8d; to the church of Simpson (Symstone) 26s 8d; to the church of Ridgmont (Rynggemond) 6s 8d; to the church of Husborne Crawley 6s 8d; to the chapel of Woburn 6s 8d; to the church of Birchmore 6s 8d; to the church of ?Hollingdon (Holyngton) 6s 8d; to the church of Aspley 6s 8d; to the church of Salford 6s 8d; to the picture of Blessed Mary of Cranfield 13s 8d [sic] ; for the candlestick before the image of Blessed Mary of Cranfield 10s; to the light of Blessed Mary 5 lb. of wax to stand above the candlestick in the church of Holcote; to the candlestick of Blessed Mary in Cranfield church 5 lb. of wax; to each priest within the monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Woburn 20d; to each of those called in English “novices” within the aforesaid monastery 12d to celebrate masses and the office of the dead for health of souls of testator, his parents and all the faithful departed. To the friars of Dunstable for 1 trental 10s; to the friars of Bedford for 2 trentals 20s; to each god-son and god-dau. 4d; to each priest ministering at funeral 8d; to each clerk 2d.

To Rich. Whyte and Jn. White sons of testator's br. Jn. White 20s between them, in event of death one to have other's part; to each dau. of aforesaid Jn. testator's br. 6s 8d; to each s. and dau. of testator's br. Hen. 6s 8d; if one happens to die the other two to have that part; if it happens that the 2 sons of Hen. die then the third s. or the third dau. to have the parts of the 2 and so also concerning the children of testator's said br. Jn. Whyte; said children of testator's brothers to have their shares within one month after testator's decease.
To w. Agnes a mazer, 12 silver spoons and 4 silver spoons and all his utensils if she remains single and if she marries she is to have £20 towards the said marriage and all testator's utensils are to be divided between his sons Thos. and Jn.
Residue to exors. Thos., abbot of Woburn, master Thos. Lewes, Agnes testator's w., Jn. Whyte his br. to dispose for health of souls of testator, his parents, friends and all the faithful departed. To the abbot of Woburn for his labour 20s; to master Thos. Lewez for his labour 20s; to Jn. Whyte his br. 13s 4d; witn. Thos. Barowe rector of Holcote, Wm. Charge, Wm. Fayre, Jn. Combe and others.

To s. Thos. all lands, tenements, meadows and pastures in Cranfield, Holcote, and North Crawley at the age of 21 except one house in Cranfield between the messuage of Thos. Stafford esq. on the west and the land of Thos. Purrear on the east abutting to the royal highway on the south as far as the field on the north which w. Agnes is to have; also to w. Agnes a pightle called “Berr Yarde” with the aforesaid house for term of her life if she remain single and after her death said Thos. to have said messuage with the piglitle andappurtenances for ever.

To s. Jn. all lands and tenements in Simpson (Symstone), Moulsoe, Woburn, Ridgmont, Husborn Crawley and St. Albans at age 21. If either son die without male heirs the other to have his portion; if both die, property in Cranfield to be divided into two, one part to the fraternity of the church there, the other part to the taxes and tallages and necessary ways in the same parish for ever.
Sons Jn. and Thos. to have £4 each by hands of exors. until they reach 21 for their maintenance in food, clothes and other necessaries and in learning (doctriniis). To w. Agnes said messuage with said pightle and £6 of good money annually for term of her life if she remains single, viz, in Holcote, North Crawley and Cranfield £4, in the town of Woburn 40s.

To a suitable priest to celebrate in Cranfield church for testator, his parents, friends and all the faithful departed for one year 100s of which 4 marks is to be taken in the town of Simpson (Sympston), 20s in Woburn and 26s 8d in Ridgmont.

Residue of lands, tenements and appurtenances lying in St. Albans, Ridgmont, Husborn Crawley, Woburn, Simpson, Moulsoe, North Crawley, Cranfield and Holcote are to be in the care of the abbot and convent of Woburn until £40 has been paid on this condition: that dau. Joan have £20 towards her marriage-day and dau. Alice have £20 towards her marriage-day; if one dies before marriage, the other is to have her part; if both die, the abbot and convent of the monastery of Blessed Mary of Woburn are to have £20 of the said sum to pray for souls of testator, his parents, friends and all the faithful departed and £20 is to be equally divided between his soils Thos. and Jn. if they live, and if one dies, the other is to have his share;if both die the said £20 is to be disposed by discretion of exors. as seems best to them for souls abovesaid.

pr. by Thos. Lewes and Jn. Whyte exors. in person and rnaster Chris. Middylton notary public proctor of the abbot of Woburn exor.,' also grant to relict Agnes extrix. in the person of the aforesaid proctor.

Agnes 1, 2-6916 was born about 1475 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. She died in BET 1523 AND 1556 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Agnes married (MRIN:3045) John WHYTE-6917 about 1495 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Other marriages:
FAYRE, Richard

They had the following children.

  M i
Thomas WHYTE 1-7134 was born about 1496 in Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M ii
John WHYTE 1-7135 was born about 1498 in Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F iii
Joan WHYTE 1-7136 was born about 1500 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F iv
Alice WHYTE 1-7137 was born about 1501 in of Holcote, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Robert FAYERY Portcullis Pursuivant [Parents] [scrapbook] 1-6924 was born about 1483 in of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 in 1549 in London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom. Robert married 3 (MRIN:3046) Jeronyma DENOTO-6960 after 1518 in Venice, Italy.

Robert was also known as Fairy, Faythe, Venables and Spret.

In a telephone coversation that I had with Robert Noel, Lancaster Herald at the College of Arms in London, Robert read from a book called College of Arms Monograph Book. The book said that Robert Fayery alias Faythe Venet, Spat? was from Dunstable and London and made many trips to France. Robert Fayery was made Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary by King Edward VI from 1516 to 1549. Robert's blazon: Per fess or and azure a chevron between three eagles displ. counterchanged on chief gules as many lozenges ermine. His Blazon was for him or his brother or his father. Robert died in the latter part of 1549.


I found a book at the FHL in SLC titled The college of arms : being the sixteenth monograph of the London Survey Committee. FHL British Book 942 E4go. The following is what the book said about Robert Fayery on page 203:

1. ROBERT FAYERY, alias FAYTHE, VENABLES or SPRET

Portcullis, p.s. 25 August, pat. 28 September 1516.

Employed in France and elsewhere abroad at various times from 1518 to 1544; d. in the latter half of 1549.

Arms: Per pale or & azure, a chevron between 3 eagles counterchanged & on a chief gules 3 lozenges ermine. This coat was granted or confirmed by Clarenceux Benolt 22 March 1528, to 'Feyrey' of Dunstable and London together with the Crest: From a torse or & gules an arm erect the sleeve bendy of 4 pieces argent & sable, the hand proper holding up a handful of rye or.
¹Was the grantee Robert or his brother John?

¹This question was included in the book but I don't believe it could be the arms of Robert's father because his father Henry died in 1516 and the arms were granted in 1528. The Fayrey funeral pall includes the same coat of arms but was given to the Priory of Dunstable before this date. I have found a blazon of Fayrey of Dunstable that matches all of the above except that the crest is a Griffin with a sword. The above blazon would be either Robert's or his brother John's.(footnote added by Tim Farr)


Portcullis Pursuivant
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary is a junior officer of arms at the College of Arms in London. The office is named after the Portcullis chained Or badge of the Beauforts, which was a favourite device of King Henry VII. King Henry's mother was Lady Margaret Beaufort. The office was instituted around 1485, probably at the time of Henry's coronation. The badge of office is very similar to that of Somerset Herald of Arms in Ordinary, the latter being ensigned with the Royal Crown.
The office of Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary has been vacant since the promotion of the last holder in 1999.
Holders of the office
Brackets indicate a date or approximate date for which there is evidence that the named person was holder of this office. The reigning monarch is given if the date is not known more precisely.

(Hen VII ) Ralph Lagysse
1516 -1549 Robert Fayery or Fairy
1550 -1553 Richard Withers
1553 -1559 John Cocke
1559 -1559 Edward Merlin


From The Diary of Henry Machyn:
P. 49. Creation of heralds. The office of York herald was vacant by the creation of Bartholomew Butler, esq. to be Ulster King of Arms (the first of that title) Feb. 2, 1552-3; that of Lancaster herald from the expulsion of Fulke ap Howell, esq. who had been convicted of counterfeiting Clarenceux's seal, and executed; Portcullis, Richard Withers, gent. had been degraded as an accomplice of Howell. (fn. 3) The new heralds and pursuivants were, 1. Martin Marruf, or Marlfe, made York herald; he died April 20 or 21, 1563. 2. Nicholas Tubman, made Lancaster; he died Jan. 8, 1558-9. (See p 185.) 3. Hugh Cotgrave, made Rouge-Croix, afterwards Richmond herald, 1566. (see more of him in Noble's History of the College of Arms, p. 182.) 4. William Colborne, "my lord Cobham's servant," created Rouge-dragon; afterwards York Herald, Jan. 25, 1564; he died Sept. 13, 1567, and was buried at St. Dunstan's in the West. (See the Collectanea Topogr. et Geneal. vol. iv. pp. 99, 111.) 5. John Cockes, created Portcullis, was afterwards Lancaster, Jan. 18, 1558-9. (See p. 186.) His history is given in Noble, p. 183.
The writs of privy seal, dated the 22d and 24th Nov. for the creation of Lancaster and York heralds, are printed in Rymer's Fœdera, vol. xv. p. 357: and that for John Cooke (or Cockes) to be Portcullis, dated Jan. 3, in p. 359.From: 'Notes to the diary: 1553', The Diary of Henry Machyn: Citizen and Merchant-Taylor of London (1550-1563) (1848), pp. 328-37. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=45534. Date accessed: 02 April 2007.
Footnotes

3 See Noble's College of Arms, p. 146, and in p. 155 "Lant says he was degraded." Yet in p. 147 that very blundering author has made Robert Fayery, the predecessor of Withers, to be the accomplice of Howell,-in 1551, although he goes on to say that he died in 3 Edward VI. i. e. 1549. Noble imagined that the cause of Withers's disgrace was his having attended on the duke of Northumberland to Cambridge; whilst it was also before his eyes (p. 183) that it was Cocke or Cocks the new Portcullis that had been the duke of Northumberland's servant.From: 'Notes to the diary: 1553', The Diary of Henry Machyn: Citizen and Merchant-Taylor of London (1550-1563) (1848), pp. 328-37. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=45534. Date accessed: 02 April 2007.


The following is from Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic of the Reign of Henry VIII.:
1539.
22 Aug. 73. DISLOYAL SPEECHES.
R. O.     Examination of John Ryan, late of St. Botolph's without Algate, fruiterer, taken 22 Aug. 31 Hen. VIII., concerning a discussion in his house, the Bell, on Tower Hill, about St. Peter's tide last, between one _____ Clerk, who married one Mr. Martyn's daughter, Roger Dekonson, mariner, and others. In talking about Ireland, Dyconson said the Prince was going to reside in Dublin. Deponent said, God forbid he should go thither till he were 20 years of age and Crowned king. The said Clerk and Dyconson said there should never be king of England crowned after the present King. Replied that he had heard an old prophecy of Marlyn that Edward should succeed Henry and wear the crown of England, and that there should be more murder and traitors in his time than in his father's; and that the same prophesyer said to him, “O thou child that murdered thy mother in her womb, thou shalt bare so much treason wrought in thy time more than ever thy father had, and yet shalt thou prosper and go forth.”
The man who told him the prophesies* is in the King's service, a cunning prophesier and the best “cronacler” in England, but he refuses to give his name till he has spoken with some of the Council. Signed with a mark.

Pp., 2. Endd.: The confession.of John Ryant, the second time.

*His name is given in No. 102 as Robert a pursuivant. Most probably he was Robert Fayery, Portcullis Pursuivant. See Noble's College of Arms, 130, 147.


1539.
31 Aug. 102. DISLOYAL SPEECHES.
R. O.  Deposition of Roger Dieons, mariner, 31 Aug. 31 Hen. VIII., before John Reve and Thos. Stroder, clerks of the Counter in the Poultry, as to what Robt. Harvy, now prisoner in the Counter, told him; concerning a priest called Sir Gregory, who serves in the parish of St. Botolph's without Algate, and Robert,‡ a pursuivant, friends of Ryan the fruiterer. now in the Counter, who said that all he had said was by prophesying of the same pursuivant. Signed: Roger Dyckyns.
Deposition of Robt. Harvy, draper, to the same effect. Signed. Pp.2. Endd.

‡Probably Robert Fayery, Portcullis Pursuivant. See No. 73.

28 Sept.
P. S.2396. For ROB. FAYRE.
To be pursuivant at arms, with the style of Portecolens (Portcullis), and 10l. a year. Corff Castle, 25 Aug. 8 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 28 Sept.
Pat. 8 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 7.

From: 'Henry VIII: September 1516, 16-30', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 2: 1515-1518 (1864), pp. 736-751. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90921&strquery=Henry Fayre  Date accessed: 16 October 2009.


28 April.
Strype's Mem. I., Pt. II. p. 50.4218. TYBALL'S CONFESSION.
Confession of John Tyball of Bumstede ad Turrim, before Cuthbert bishop of London, in his chapel at London House, 28 April 1528; which he afterwards signed; viz., that seven or eight years ago he had of one Holy John, certain books of the Four Evangelists, in English, which he burned the day Sir Ric. Fox was attached. From a chapter of the Corinthians, which he does not now remember, he was led to think the Sacrament of the Altar nothing but bread and wine. He had asserted, on Paul's authority, that every priest and bishop ought to have a wife; that it was as good to confess to God alone, or to a layman, as to a priest (which error he taught to Rob. Faire of Bumstede); that a layman might minister the Sacraments; that pilgrimages were unnecessary; that men should not kneel to images, or set candles before them. He had sometimes doubted the Pope's power to pardon, and thought mitres and crosses, &c. might better be given to the poor. He thinks the souls of good men (except saints like Peter and Paul) do not go to Heaven till the general resurrection, but remain in some place of joy and pleasure unless helped to Heaven by good prayer; while the souls of sinners remain in purgatory unless delivered by prayer. He had, however, held for a while, and disputed with Sir Richard Fox, that there was no purgatory. He had held that fasting was unprofitable; that sea water was as good as holy water (because when Christ first made the world and the water, &c., he blessed them, which was enough). He had conversed on these matters with Old Father Hacker alias Ebb, with Sir William Stryngar and Sir Arthur, parish priests of Bumstede, John Smyth of Bumstede, and Sir Ric. Fox, curate there; with Mother Beckwythe and Wm. Beckwythe at Colchester, old Christmas of Bockyng, and Wm. Pykas. Sir Ric. Fox had read to him from a book called The Wicket, in Johnson's house at Boxstede. Thinks Johnson and his wife are of the same sect; also John and Wm. Pykas, John Gyrling, and John Bradeley. Cannot tell about Thos. Mathwe's wife. He had refused to go on pilgrimage to Ipswich with his godmother Alice Gardiner, telling her it would be better to give her spare money to the poor. Had talked with Thos. Parker of the Gospels in English. Thos. Hilles, tailor, John Chapman, John Wyggan of Wytham, Rob. Fayre, and John Smythe of Bumstede are of the same sect.

About Michaelmas last was twelvemonth this respondent and Thos. Hilles came to London to buy a New Testament of Friar Barons at the Freers Augustines; found Barons in his chamber, with a merchant and two or three others; and, after a conversation about Sir Ric. Fox, curate of Bumstede, to whom Barons promised to write, the latter delivered to them an English Testament, for which they paid 3s. 2d., and he desired them to keep it close. Barons likened the Latin Testament to "a cymbal tinkling and brass sounding." Half a year ago he delivered the New Testament to Frear Gardyner, and never got it back.
Elene Tyball, his mother, and Alice, his wife, are guilty in all the foresaid articles, except his wife about the Sacrament of the Altar.

Five years ago he assisted one Friar Meadow, a Grey Friar of Colchester, to whom he had confessed, to abandon his religion; who has since gone to Amersham, and married a maiden of Colchester. He has also conversed often with Edmund Tyball. Signed by John Tyball with a mark.
ii. Tyball's abjuration follows in the next leaf of the MS.

From: 'Henry VIII: April 1528, 21-30', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4: 1524-1530 (1875), pp. 1848-1866. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91320&strquery=Henry Fayre  Date accessed: 16 October 2009.

Jeronyma DENOTO-6960 was born about 1490 in of Venice, Italy. Jeronyma married 1 (MRIN:3046) Robert FAYERY Portcullis Pursuivant-6924 after 1518 in Venice, Italy.

Daughter of Francis Denoto.

Marriage Notes:

MARRIAGE: Was married while in the King's service in Italy.

They had the following children.

  M i John Marye FAIRE-6961 was born about 1519. He died in BET 27 DEC 1551 AND 5 FEB 1552.
  M ii
John FAYRE 1-6963 was born about 1522 in of London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom.


Richard HIRST-6925 was buried 1 on 24 Feb 1629 in Clophill, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Richard married 2 (MRIN:3047) Marian FEYREY-6926 on 5 Feb 1596 in Clophill, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Marian FEYREY-6926 was buried 1 on 11 May 1599 in Clophill, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom. Marian married 2 (MRIN:3047) Richard HIRST-6925 on 5 Feb 1596 in Clophill, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Other marriages:
FAYRE, Robert


Henrye FARR [Parents] 1-6932 was born about 1595 in of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Henrye married (MRIN:3048) Martha PARKES-6947 on 14 Oct 1615 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

Martha PARKES-6947 was born about 1597 in of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Martha married (MRIN:3048) Henrye FARR-6932 on 14 Oct 1615 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.


Thomas "The Elder" FARR [Parents] 1-6934 was born about 1580 in of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. He died on 26 Aug 1635 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. The Elder married 2 (MRIN:3049) Margaret COWLEY-6948 on 19 Jul 1600 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

Probably had the twins George and Robert who were christened 25 Jul 1622. They may have died shortly after birth.

Margaret COWLEY-6948 was born about 1582 in of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. She died on 24 Mar 1653 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Margaret married 1 (MRIN:3049) Thomas FARR "The Elder"-6934 on 19 Jul 1600 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  M i
Thomas FARRE-6951 was christened 1 on 28 Feb 1602 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F ii
Elizabeth FARRE-6952 was christened 1 on 5 May 1605 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M iii
Francis FARRE-6953 was christened 1 on 31 May 1607 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F iv
Susan FARRE-6954 was christened 1 on 23 Nov 1609 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
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Marie FARRE-6955 was christened 1 on 14 Jan 1612 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
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Dorithe FAR-6956 was christened 1 on 20 Feb 1614 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. She died on 23 Feb 1614 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
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Joane FAR-6957 was christened 1 on 26 Feb 1615 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M viii William FAR the Elder-6958 was christened on 2 Nov 1617. He died in 1695.
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Alice FARRE-6959 was christened 1 on 1 Jan 1621 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

Francis PAGE-6946 was born about 1574 in of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Francis married (MRIN:3050) Elizabeth FARR-6940 on 18 Nov 1599 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

Francis was also known as Francys.

Elizabeth FARR [Parents] 1-6940 was born about 1580 in of Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Elizabeth married (MRIN:3050) Francis PAGE-6946 on 18 Nov 1599 in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

Elizabeth had three other daughters but they were not named in her father's will.

They had the following children.

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Elizabeth PAGE 1-7038.

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