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InnleggSkrevet: 18 Apr 2007 14:36:25    Tittel: Ancestry of Lancelot Andrewes (b 1555), Bishop of Winchester Svar med Sitat

PART ONE

Relatively little seems to be available on the ancestry of Lancelot
Andrewes, Elizabethan scholar and Bishop successively of Chichester,
Ely and Winchester until his death in 1626. Similarly, various claims
may be found in print and online about other Andrews families who
claim descent from the Bishop's family - many of these turn out to be
spurious (in particular, much of the IGI material is erroneous) but
there are some notable descendants living today, including the Parker
Bowles children of HRH the Duchess of Cornwall.

John Aubrey ("Brief Lives") tells us that Lancelot Andrewes was born
in London and was educated at Merchant Taylors School there, before
going up to Pembroke College, Cambridge. Otley in his biography
"Lancelot Andrewes" (1894) states that "he was born in Thames Street
in the Parish of All Hallows Barking in 1555", noting that the exact
date of his birth is unknown; he records that "the family was
connected with Suffolk, but very little seems known of its history" -
based on statements by the Bishop's earliest biographer, Henry
Isaacson, in his "Exact Narration of the Life and Death of the late...
Lancelot Andrewes" (1650) ("his father was... descended from the
ancient family of the Andrewes in Suffolk".)

Bishop Buckeridge in his funeral sermon said that Andrewes's parents
"left him a sufficient patrimony, which has descended to his heir",
and Isaacson described the parents as "honest and religious".
Andrewes himself, in his private prayers, records his thanks that he
was "not the sad egg of sorry crows".

The best two articles dealing with the history of the family may be
found in "More About Stifford & Its Neighbourhood", by W. Palin
(1872), at pp 8-13 and 70-71, summarising the research of H.W. King,
and in Suffolk Manorial Families, which re-examines the former
material and provides the texts of some probate records to augment
it. These articles are largely correct, but include some incorrect
statements, as well as omitting some important facts.

There are also a couple of unreliable references in three Harleian
Society Manuscripts in the British Library (Harl MSS 1094 and 1184,
and 4031), nominally papers connected with the Vistation of
Northamptonshire in 1618-19 by Augustine Vincent, and an undated roll
pedigree in the Society of Genealogists' Library. These provide the
following originating stemma:

1. Thomas Andrewes of Carlisle, ff 1286, married Magdalen Tokett
2. Ralph Andrewes, ff 1334, married Mary Thompson
3. Ralph Andrewes, of Cockold, married Jane Witney
4. Richard Andrewes of Husdon, married Elizabeth Marcant
5. John Andrewes, married Emma Vaughan
6. Henry Andrewes, married Blanche Smythe
7. Thomas Andrewes 'of St Edes' [i.e. St Neots, Cambs], married Mary
Brough
8. Richard Andrewes, of Horndon-on-the -Hill, Essex, married Joyce
Bresom
9. John Andrewes, of Horndon, married Joan Cotton
10. Thomas Andrewes of Horndon, "had three wives"
11. Thomas Andrewes of London, father of
12. "- Andrewes, Doctor in Divinity, Bishop of Chichester".

It is curious that the latest (ie contemporary) generation in this
pedigree should be the only one missing a Christian name! These
documents have normally been treated as an ambitious, but essentially
fanciful, attempt to connect various disparate Andrews families, and
hence it testimony rejected in terms of accuracy.

Nevertheless, we find that it is correct in relation to what it tells
us about the Bishop's father and paternal grandfather, including (as
we shall see) the statement that the latter had three wives.

I have been unsuccessful in ascertaining whether there is any
historical evidence for the earlier generations, and accordingly
suspect they should be treated as myth.

In this course of this thread, I shall aim to examine the background
of the Bishop and his siblings, and intend to use the Harleian MSS's
end generations as my peg.

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InnleggSkrevet: 18 Apr 2007 17:26:02    Tittel: Reginald de Sancto Albericao Svar med Sitat

Reginald de Sancto Albericao or Sir Reginald AWBREY I know this sore spot
you all but Please be patience with me again.

I found following information
Lloyd manuscripts : genealogies of the families of Awbrey-Vaughan, Blunston,
Burbeck, Garrett, Gibbons, Heacock, Hodge, Houlston, Howard, Hunt, Jarman,
Jenkin-Griffith, Jones, Knight, Knowles, Lloyd, Newman, Paschall, Paul,
Pearson, Pennell, Pott, Pyle, Reed, Sellers, Smith, Thomas, Till, Williams,
Wood : Welsh records
Lancaster, Pa.: New Era Print. Co., 1912, 447 pgs
States Sir Reginald de Sancto Alberico who was a companion of Bernard
Newmarch is the conquest of Brecknock, where he is reputed to have won
Abercynfrig and Slwch, and who married Isabel, daughter of Richard de Clare.
I think this man is Richard Fitzgilbert De Clare.

In the 'History of Brecknockshire,' by Mr. Theophilus Jones pubishe in 1809,
mention is made of the following twelve Norman knights, and the names of the
manors they each received. To Sir Reginald Aubrey, the manors of
Abercunricke and Slough; to Sir John Scull, Bolgoed and Crai; to Sir Peter
Gunter, Gunterstone; to Sir Humphrey Ffrergill, Crickhowell; to Sir Miles
Piegard, Ischergrog; to Sir John Waldebieffe, Lanbanffoag; to Sir Humphrey
Sollers, Treduston; to Sir Richard de Boyes, Treboyer; to Sir Walter Havard,
Pontwillim; to Sir Hugh Surdnan, Aberisker; to Sir Philip Walwin, The Hay;
and to Sir Richard Paglin the manor of Peytyns.
I now have information that Sir Peter Gunter married Joan/Jane Awbrey
daughter of Sir Reginald Awbrey/Alberico
Anne Awbrey daughter of Sir Reginal Awbrey/Alberico, married John Havard son
Sir Walter Havard.
I have this also
" The Norman People"
page 144
"Aubrey, Sir Reginald Aubrey, 1088, was granted lands in Brecknock by
Bernard de Newmarhe'. The Norman origian of this family admitted. It maybe
th same as the family of Alver of Alfrey.
Osmond de Alebrai and Samon de A. occur Normandy, 1198 (Mrs) Hence the
Baronest Aubrey.
Alberic,Earl of Boulgne and Dammartin, and Earl Mareschal of France in 1066,
is said to have been elder brother of a certain.
I. Saunders de Sancto Alberico or de Alta Ripa, was bc ? in France &
reportedly a brother of Alberic, Earl of Boulogne & Dammartin, & Earl
Fareschal of France in 1066. (He invaded Eng. with William the Conqueror in
1066.) Father of Reginald
Sir Reginald de Sancto Alberico ) son of Saunders de Sancto Alberico married
a daughter of the Earle of Clare and Priany. Reginald (Rinalt) de St. Awbrey
(de Sancto Alberico) born: ? died ?marr. Isabel de Clare (bc in Normandy,
France to Richard de Clare, Earl of Briones & Earl of Claire & Tunbridge).
Sir Reginald accompanied Bernard Newmarch in conquering Brecknock, where he
reputed to have won Abercynfrig & Siwch. He owned the manor of Abercynfrig &
Slough & other properties in Wales. Reginald wife was Isabel de Clare.
Isabel de Clare is a descend of Charlemagne

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InnleggSkrevet: 19 Apr 2007 21:46:48    Tittel: Re: Ancestry of Lancelot Andrewes (b 1555), Bishop of Winche Svar med Sitat

PART TWO: PATERNAL ANCESTRY

Thomas Andrewes of Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, was the paternal
grandfather of Bishop Lancelot Andrewes. According to the Vincent
pedigrees he married three times. Evidence from the Essex wills
(published by Fitch in his series of that county's probate records)
allows us to confirm this statement, and most of what King's
reconstructs of the family:

1. Thomas Andrewes, witnessed the will of Thomas Armerar of Horndon,
21 February 1558/9 (pr Archdeaconry of Essex, 3 April 1559); named in
the will of William Goodwyn, his brother-in-law [see will of his
daughter Agnes, infra], waxchandler of Horndon, dated 30 May 1561 (pr.
Archd. Essex, 3 December 1561):

"L30 to the children of Thomas Andrewes of Horndon, i.e. to Robert
L10, to John and Matthew L5 apiece, and to Agnes L10, all at 23; to
John and Matthew in addition L5 each at 23; to Lancelot Andrewes and
Agnes Andrewes the son and daughter of Thomas Andrewes of London,
mariner, my part of and in the ship called the Trinity of Caryte, and
of and in the crayer called the Hearne of London"

as "Thomas Andrewe, carpenter of Horndon-on-the-Hill", made a will:

"to the poor men's box of Horndon, 12d; to John my son a bullock and
my best coat; to Thomas my son the younger a featherbed; to William my
son a gold ring; to Matthew my son a bolster, pair of sheets, two
platters and my best jerkin; residue to Margaret my wife whom I ordain
my executrix; Robert Drywood and my son Matthew to be overseers;
witnessed by Robert Drywood, maker of this will, Matthew and John
Andrewes his sons", dated 29 December [presumably 1568], proved Archd.
Essex 25 January 1568/9.

married firstly ( ) the sister of William Goodwin of Horndon; had by
her Thomas, Robert, John, Matthew and Agnes.

married secondly ( ), by whom he had William, not named in any of
the Goodwin wills but still living in 1597, and possibly Thomas the
younger

married thirdly Margaret, his widow. She seems to have married
firstly a Mr Lowe, by whom she had a daughter Agnes [see will of Agnes
Andrewes, infra]; then Thomas Andrewes, and thirdly John Goodwin of
Horndon, her second husband's nephew by his first marriage. Her will,
dated 19 November 1592, proved Archd. Essex 17 February 1592/3, names
her son Robert Goodwin, her daughter Sarah Almon; her daughter Agnes
Gyles; her daughter Elizabeth Hawkins; her daughter Joan Bowsy, and
"Mistress Andrewes of Tower Hill", to whom she left her "bay nag with
saddle and bridle". The will of her third husband John Goodwin (dated
26 May, proved 18 June 1588 Archd. Essex) names Margaret his wife, his
son Robert and his daughter Sarah. We may thus conclude that by
Margaret's marriage to Thomas Andrewes, she bore Elizabeth, afterwards
Hawkins, and Joan, afterwards Bowsy.

Issue:

2a. Thomas Andrewes, of Tower Hill, London, mariner; son of his
father's first marriage - see part three

2b. Agnes Andrewes, daughter of her father's first marriage; mentioned
in her uncle's will, 1561; unmarried; left a will dated 2 February
1562/3, proved Archd. Essex, 7 September 1563:

"Agnes Andrewe of Horndon, maiden; from the money that my brother
Thomas Andrewes hath in his hands which was given me by the will of my
uncle William Goodwin: to my father, my two brothers William and
Robert, each 10s; to my brother Matthew 20s, and my brother Thomas the
younger, 40s each at 21; to my sister Elizabeth and my sister-in-law
[i.e. step-sister] Agnes Lowe, each 20s at 18; residue to my father;
witness: Robert Drywood"

2c. Robert Andrewes, son of his father's first marriage; mentioned in
the will of his uncle, 1561, and that of his sister Agnes, 1563, then
of age; mentioned in his father's will, 1568; dead by 1594, when his
widow is mentioned in the will of his sister-in-law Joan Andrews;
married Joan (called "Joan Butler" in the 1594 will, so probably she
remarried); had issue:

3a. Thomas Andrewes, named in the will of his uncle Thomas Andrewes,
1593

2d. John Andrewes, son of his father's first marriage; mentioned in
the wills of 1561 and 1568

2e. Matthew Andrewes, named in the wills of 1561, 1563 and 1568; aged
under 21 in 1563; witnessed the will of James Roger of East Tilbury,
18 February 1572/3 (pr. Archd. Essex 13 June 1573); executor to his
mother-in-law Alice Thomson, 1579 (Archd, Essex); married firstly
( ) the daughter of Alice Thomson of East Tilbury, by whom he had
three children; married secondly ( ); engaged to marry Judith Turner
at the time of making his will, proved Archd. Essex, 16 October 1599:

"Matthew Andrewes of Horndon; to my son Robert L20 at 21; to daughter
Rebecca, L20 at 20 or marriage; to son William, L5; to Judith Turner,
whom, had God permitted, should have been my wife, L10; residue to
Nicholas Andrewes my cousin, whom I make executor"

Had issue by both marriages:

3a. William Andrewes, son of his father's first marriage; named in his
maternal grandmother's will, 1578; named in his father's will, 1599

3b. Thomas Andrewes, son of his father's first marriage; named in his
maternal grandmother's will, 1578; named in the will of his aunt Joan
Andrewes, 1594 as "second son of the first marriage"

3c. John Andrewes, son of his father's first marriage; named in his
maternal grandmother's will, 1578

3d. Robert Andrewes, son of his father's second marriage; mentioned in
his father's will, 1599, and the wills of his cousins Lancelot
Andrewes, 1626, and Martha Salmon, 1650; had two children, according
to the 1626 will

3e. Rebecca Andrewes, daughter by her father's second marriage;
mentioned in the wills of Thomas Almon, her godfather, 1594 (Archd.
Essex, 112 ER 17), her father, 1599, and her cousins Lancelot
Andrewes, 1626, and Martha Salmon, 1650

2d. William Andrewes, apparently son of his father's second marriage,
as not named in the wills of William Goodwin or Margaret Goodwin;
named in his sister's will, 1563, then of age; named in his father's
will; bequeathed an interest in a ship by his brother Thomas, 1593,
and again by his sister-in-law Joan Andrewes, 1594; married Alice,
named in the 1594 will

2e. Thomas Andrewes the younger; unclear by which marriage, though
apparently not the first; named in the will of his sister Agnes, 1563,
then under age; named in his father's will, 1568

2f. Elizabeth Andrewes, daughter of her father's third marriage; named
in her sister's will, 1563, then under 18; mentioned in her mother's
will, 1592, having married a Mr Hawkins; she had a daughter Susanna

2g. Joan Andrewes, daughter of her father's third marriage; not named
in the will of her sister Agnes, 1563, so possibly not then born;
named as "Joan Bowsy" in her mother's will, 1592; referred to as "my
father's half-sister Joan - her first husband's name was Bousie" in
the will of Lancelot Andrewes, 1626; married firstly Mr Bowsy/Bousie,
and secondly ( ). Had two children, according to the 1626 will.

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InnleggSkrevet: 20 Apr 2007 14:40:57    Tittel: Re: Ancestry of Lancelot Andrewes (b 1555), Bishop of Winche Svar med Sitat

PART THREE: PARENTS AND SIBLINGS

Perhaps the greatest level of confusion about the family of Lancelot
Andrewes concerns his siblings. A quick glance at the IGI, for
instance, will reveal no fewer than 15 brothers and sisters variously
assigned to him. I have been able to confirm 12 only, including an
unnamed sibling who died young. The spurious children credited to his
parents appear to be:

(a) Ann, said per IGI to have been born in 1568, but of whom there is
no trace
(b) Agnes, said per IGI to have been born in 1582, but of whom there
is no trace
(c) George, of whom King states "baptised at All Hallows 1563 (and)
buried there in 1571", quoting the parish registers (this is
presumably the source of the identical details appearing in Boyd's
Inhabitants of London). No George Andrewes is named in the parish
register for the period in question, either in respect of a baptism or
a burial.
(d) William, referred to in the 'Suffolk Manorial Families' pedigree,
but of whom there is no other evidence.

In fact, details of Lancelot's parents and siblings are as follows:

Thomas Andrewes, son of Thomas Andrewes and his first wife, nee
Goodwin; born at Hordon-on-the-Hill, Essex; of Thames Street, Tower
Ward, London; mariner; of age, 23 March 5 Mary I/4 Philip [1558], when
he entered in a bond; legatee of his uncle William Goodwin, 1561, then
of London; bought a messuage, a toft, a garden, 60 acres of arable, 20
acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture and 3 acres of wood at Horndon
for £160, 1587 [Essex Feet of Fine]; named in the Assessment of 1589
for Tower Ward; "having most part of his life used the seas, in his
latter time became one of the Society, and Master of the Holy Trinity,
commonly called the Trinity House" (Isaacson); will dated 23 June
1593, proved PCC 4 July 1593:

"I, Thomas Andrewes of the parish of All Saints Barking on Tower Hill,
London, mariner; to my well-beloved wife Joan the moiety of my manor
or farm in Raweth, Essex, called Borrells, and of all the lands except
the advowson of the church of Raweth, which I will shall remain to my
eldest son Lancelot Andrewes, clerk; also the moiety of that farm and
those lands in Hordon on the Hill, and lands called Gore Oke and
Clayes, and of houses in Redriffe, Surrey; to my son Nicholas the
other moiety of Borrells and lands in Rawerth; the other moiety of
those houses and lands in Horndon shall remain to my son Thomas; the
premises in Rederiffe shall remain to my son Roger; to Martha Andrewes
my daughter, L200 at 21, with remainder if she die unmarried to my
daughter Mary; to the poor of Horndon where I was born, L5; to my
brother William Andrewes one quarter of my ship called the White Hart;
to every of my brothers and sisters by my father's side dwelling in
Essex, 40s apiece; to Thomas Andrewes, son of my brother Robert
Andrewes, and to Anne, sister to the said Thomas, to each a dozen of
silver spoons; residue to wife Joan".

He was buried (as "Mr Thomas Andrewes") at All Hallows', Barking, in
the choir, 23 June 1593 during a period shown by the registers to have
been one of very high local mortality.

marred Joan, named in the will of her step-mother in law, 1592;
executrix to her husband, 1593; will dated 1594 proved PCC 10 January
1597/8:

"I Joan Andrewes, widow, of Tower Hill in London; body to be buried
with due and decent funerals and laid in the Quier of the church of
All Saints, Barking, hard by the body of my late husband Thomas
Andrewes, as near as conveniently it may; to son Lancelot my best salt
with cover, being silver and gilt; to son Nicholas, L100; to son
Thomas, servant [ie apprentice] to Mr William Cotton, draper, L130; to
son Roger, L100; to daughter Mary, wife of William Burrell of
Ratcliffe, shipwright, L50; to Andrewe Burrell her son, L100; to
daughter Martha Andrewes L100 over and above the L200 she is to
receive of me as executrix of Thomas Andrewes her father; to Alice
Andrewes, the wife of William Andrewes my brother-in-law, L5; to
Thomas Andrewes, second son of Matthew Andrewes my brother-in-law by
his first wife, L5; to my brother-in-law William Andrewes and Richard
Ireland, my third part of the ship called the Mayflower, the said
Richard Ireland to be master of the same as heretofore; to son Roger a
gilt tankard and a goblet (of) parcel gilt; to daughter Martha
Andrewes my second salt with the cover of silver and gilt; to Joan
Butler, late wife of Robert Andrewes my brother-in-law, my hooped ring
of gold; to Agnes Butler her daughter, a ring of gold; to my cousin
germane, Emma Fowle, L5; to my cosen William Biam, my ring of gold
with death's head in it; to my sister Alice Andrewes, wife of William
Andrewes, one cloth gown, a kirtle, the residue of my wearing linen,
now in a little black chest; son Lancelot executor"

She was buried (as "Mistress Andrewes") at All Hallows, Barking, 7
January 1597/8. Issue:

(1) Lancelot Andrewes, born circa 1555; educated at Merchant Taylors
school and Pembroke College, Cambridge; successively Dean of
Westminster, Bishop of Chichester, Ely and Winchester; Dean of the
Chapel Royal; died 25 September 1626; buried at St Saviour's,
Southwark [tomb extant] (Alum. Cantab.); aged 71 and some months at
his death (Funeral Certificate, College of Arms, I.8/31 and I.23/30);
unmarried; will proved PCC, 109 Hele and 23-24 Skynner:

inter alia named "cousin Sandbrooke; cousin Ann Hockett, her two sons
and three daughters; my father's half-sister Johan (her first
husband's name was Bousie) and each of her two children; my brother
Thomas, deceased; my cousin Robert Andrewes and his two children; my
cousin Rebecca"

(2) Judith Andrewes, buried at All Hallows, Barking, April 1559 (PR)

(3) Agnes Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 30 September
1561 (PR); named in the will of her great-uncle, William Goodwin,
1561; buried at All Hallows, Barking, 19 June 1571 (PR)

(4) (child), buried at All Hallows, Barking, 6 December 1563, during a
period of severe local mortality (PR)

(5) Sarah Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 30 May 1564
(PR); presumably died young

(6) John Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 30 January
1565/6; buried there 3 February 1575/6 (PR)

(7) Nicholas Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 23 February
1566/7 (PR); bequeathed property in Essex by his father, 1593; named
in his mother's will, 1594; grocer, of the parish of St Brides, Fleet
Street, October 1598 (London Subsidy Rolls); residual beneficiary of
his uncle Matthew Andrewes, 1599; appointed to the Registrarship of
the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey for life, 3 December 1602
("Lancelot Andrewes", P. Welsby, London 1958); received assignation of
a lease of tithes at Erbury and Chilton from Henry Isaacson, 1620
(Norfolk RO, GIL/1/333/717 x 4); late of St Saviour, Southwark,
administration PCC 25 September 1626; married and left issue (NB his
son and heir, William Andrewes (1602-1640), was Rector of Nuthurst,
Sussex, and did not emigrate to America.

(Cool Mary Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 23 October 1570
(PR); named in her father's will, 1593, and her mother's will, 1594;
died at Lambeth Marsh, her will dated 28 February 1655 with codicil of
20 February 1656/7 proved PCC 15 October 1657; married by 1594 William
Burrell, of Ratcliffe, shipwright; armiger; "one of the Commissioners
for the Royal Navy for 15 years" (Vis. London, 1633-4, Vol I, p 125);
died 1630; will proved PCC 1631 (87 St John); had issue, from whom
descended Admiral Rooke, and Andrew Parker-Bowles

(9) Sarah Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 30 December 1571
(PR); presumably died young

(10) Thomas Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 13 March
1572/3 (PR); apprenticed to William Cotton, citizen and draper of
London; inherited property at Horndon from his father, 1593; named in
his mother's will, 1594; admitted Freeman of the Drapers' Company,
1597 (Roll of the Drapers' Company of London); will proved PCC 1625
123 Clarke; married by licence dated 19 September 1598 Alice Clay, and
left issue.

(11) Roger Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, Barking, 12 December
1574 (PR; not 1575, as usually stated, or 1576, as alleged by King);
educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge; Rector of Nuthurst,
Chancellor and Archdeacon of Chichester; Master of Jesus College,
Cambridge (Alum. Cantab.); "overbearing and quarrelsome, (he) treated
his college with contemptuous disregard and seems to have resided very
little; he neglected the financial the financial affairs of the
college, which were his responsibility, and finally embezzled certain
sums of money; it was only due to the royal favour in memory of (his)
late brother that in 1632 he was permitted to resign instead of being
dismissed" ("Jesus College Cambridge, A. Gray, 1902, pp 84-90); died
10 September 1635 (Le Neve's Fasti); buried at Cheriton, Hants, 11
September 1635 (Alum. Cantab.); will proved PCC, 1635 (Prob 11/169);
married Philippa Blaxton, but had no issue.

(12) Martha Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, 24 March 1576/7 (PR);
named in her father's will, 1593, and her mother's will, 1594; called
"now wife of Robert Salmon and late wife of Robert Princippe lately
deceased, 12 July 1597 (Huntingdon RO, Con 3/5/9/13); will dated 27
May 1650, proved PCC 7 July 1653:

"Martha Salmon of London, widow, late wife of Robert Salmon, deceased;
20s to the preacher at her interment at All Hallows, Barking; to
loving friend and cosen Captain John Stevens, L200 on trust for her
daughter, and L5 and 40s for a ring in remembrance; to sister Mary
Burrell, L20; to cosen Mr Sambrooke, 40s to buy him a ring; cozens Mrs
Cator and Mrs Ireland, L3 each; to Robert Andrewes and Rebecca
Andrewes, L3 each; late deceased brother's trustees, L50 for setting
up young beginners in trades or handicrafts as per his will"

married firstly Robert Princep, and had a son, Thomas, baptised at St
Bride's Fleet Street, 23 November 1595 (IGI); married secondly, 26
January 1597 at St Olave Hart Street (PR) Robert Salmon, Master of
Trinity House, 1617; of Leigh-on-sea, Essex (East Anglian & Essex
Countryside Annual, 1964, p 65). Left issue.

(13) Sarah Andrewes, baptised at All Hallows, 24 March 1576/7 (PR);
presumably died young.

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InnleggSkrevet: 20 Apr 2007 14:53:35    Tittel: Re: Ancestry of Lancelot Andrewes (b 1555), Bishop of Winche Svar med Sitat

On Apr 20, 3:40 pm, m...@btinternet.com wrote:

Sitat:
PART THREE: PARENTS AND SIBLINGS

Thomas Andrewes, of Thames Street, Tower Ward,
London; mariner; will dated 23 June 1593; buried at
All Hallows', Barking, 23 June 1593

Given the dates of his will and his burial, we may conclude that the
Bishop's father died 23 June 1593. There was a virulent outbreak of
bubonic plague in London during 1593; Stowe reports nearly 11,000
deaths in twelve months.

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InnleggSkrevet: 21 Apr 2007 20:20:45    Tittel: Re: Ancestry of Lancelot Andrewes (b 1555), Bishop of Winche Svar med Sitat

PART FOUR: GOODWIN ANCESTRY

I visited Horndon-on-the-Hill this morning; it is a very pleasant
village, with various mediaeval buildings remaining in good
condition. The church is open for visitors on a Tuesday and Saturday
mornings, and the Bell still functions as an inn. A plaque outside
commemorates Thomas Higbed, of Horndon House, who on 26 March 1555 was
burnt at the stake in the courtyard for adhering to the Protestant
cause.

1. ( ) Goodwin; had issue:

2a. (daughter), married as his first wife Thomas Andrewes of Horndon-
on-the-Hill (died 1568), and left issue

2b. William Goodwin, of Horndon-on-the-Hill, waxchandler; left a will
dated 30 May 1561, proved Archd. Essex 3 December 1561:

"to my eldest son Robert, my messuage called the Bell in Horndon; to
my sons Thomas and John each L10 at 23; to Joan Goodwin my
maidservant, 40s at marriage; to Lancelot Andrewes and Agnes Andrewes
the son and daughter of Thomas Andrewes of London, mariner, my part of
and in the ship called the Trinity of Caryte, and of and in the crayer
called the Hearne of London; whereas the said Thomas by his obligation
dated 23 March in the fourth and fifth years of the late King and
Queen Philip and Mary [i.e. 1557/8, not 1556/7 as printed by Fitch in
his edition of Essex Wills] standeth bound to me in L40 for payment of
L30, i.e. L5 yearly at Michaelmas until L30 be paid, which obligation
I will shall be cancelled, and that he shall stand bound to Robert my
son for payment of L30 to the children of Thomas Andrewes of Horndon,
i.e. to Robert
L10, to John and Matthew L5 apiece, and to Agnes L10, all at 23; to
John and Matthew in addition L5 each at 23; residue to Robert, whom I
make my executor"

left issue:

3a. Robert Goodwin, eldest son; executor and residual benefiary of his
father, 1561, from whom he inherited the Bell at Horndon; named in the
will of his brother John, 1588 [infra]; dead by 1590; married
Elizabeth Bretton, daughter of Robert Bretton; died a widow; her will
proved Archd. Essex 4 June 1590:

"Elizabeth Goodwin of Horndon, widow: to John and Robert Goodwin, my
sons, such right as I now have in three tenements, a barn, an orchard
and a croft which my father Robert Bretton did give between me and my
sister Hearde in Horndon; if they both die without heirs, to my
daughter Susan Carter; to John and Robert, four kine and ten sheep
which are let to farm to one Williams of East Tilbury; to Repent
Savage, 10 shillings; to Susan my mourning gown, my best hat, 11
pieces of pewter in a spruce chest, the said chest, my best salt, two
latten candlesticks, my best sheet, best petticoat etc etc; to Joan
Savage my daughter, my two bedsteads in the bed loft, a great chest
etc etc; to my sister Heard, my warming pan and a pair of great cob-
irons; residue to Robert Heard and Robert Bretton my brother, whom I
ordain executors, desiring them to see my two sons brought up; my
brother Heard shall have Robert, and my brother Robert shall have
John".

Issue:

4a. John Goodwin, named in his uncle's will of 1588, and his mother's
will proved 1590

4b. Robert Goodwin, named in his uncle's will of 1588, and his
mother's will proved 1590

4c. Susan Goodwin, named in her mother's will; married Mr Carter

4d. Joan Goodwin, named in her mother's will; married Repent Savage,
named in his mother-in-law's will

3b. Thomas Goodwin, named in his father's will of 30 May 1561, then
aged under 23

3c. (daughter), referred to in the will of her brother John, 1588
(infra); married Mr Norden

3d. John Goodwin, named in his father's will of 30 May 1561, then aged
under 23; bequeathed 4s by Robert Bretton of Langdon Hills, 1566; beer-
brewer of Horndon; administration of his nuncupative will dated 26 May
1588 granted Archd. Essex, 18 June 1588:

"to brother Robert Goodwin's two sons, John and Robert, 40 shillings a
piece at 21; to Susanna Hawkins, a cow at 18 or marriage; to sister
Norden, a winter gown; residue to wife Margaret, son Robert and
daughter Sarah, to be equally divided"

married Margaret, third wife and widow of Thomas Andrewes of Horndon,
his uncle by marriage; she died his widow, 1592; will dated 19
November 1592, proved Archd. Essex, 17 February 1592/3:

"to Robert Goodwin my son, the bedstead that I lie on, with the
featherbed, half dozen of my best flaxen napkins, etc etc, the Book of
Acts and Monuments [Foxe], the New Testament, and the book of
Latymer's Sermons; to Sarah Almon my daughter, the next bedsteadle
with the new feather bed, a flaxen tablecloth, etc etc; to Agnes Gyles
my daughter, a featherbed, the great kettle, etc etc; to Elizabeth
Hawkins my daughter, my spice mortar, a chafer with feet, a kettle,
etc etc; to Joan Bowsy my daughter, a featherbed, a dozen of pewter
and a good tablecloth; to Susan Hawkins, a brass pot and a kettle; to
Mistress Andrewes of Tower Hill, my bay nag with the saddle and
bridle; residue to Robert, whom I make executor; witnesses: Thomas
Taylor, Robert Drywood, Robert Taylor".

Issue:

4a. Robert Goodwin, named in his parents' wills, 1588 and 1592

4b. Sarah Goodwin, named in her parents' wills, 1588 and 1592; married
Mr Almon [probably Thomas Almon of Horndon-on-the-Hill, will pr.
Archd. Essex, 1594 112ER17].

There are a number of other Goodwin wills at Chelmsford, including
some earlier (eg Thomas of Horndon, 1543; Joan of Horndon, widow,
1552) which I have not yet seen; these likely shed further light on
the Goodwin family of Horndon-on-the-Hill.

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InnleggSkrevet: 21 Apr 2007 20:34:10    Tittel: Re: Ancestry of Lancelot Andrewes (b 1555), Bishop of Winche Svar med Sitat

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PART TWO: PATERNAL ANCESTRY

1. Thomas Andrewes, of Horndon-on-the-Hill, carpenter; had issue, incl:

2d. William Andrewes, apparently son of his father's second marriage,
as not named in the wills of William Goodwin or Margaret Goodwin;
named in his sister's will, 1563, then of age; named in his father's
will; bequeathed an interest in a ship by his brother Thomas, 1593,
and again by his sister-in-law Joan Andrewes, 1594; married Alice,
named in the 1594 will

This William was a party to a property transaction in Brentwood,
Essex, 1594:

"William Greatham and Joan his wife v. William Andrewes and Alice his
wife, re two messuages, a garden and an orchard in Brentwood parish of
Weald; £40" (Essex Feet of Fines 1581-1603, p 120 #60)

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