VIX EA NOSTRA VOCO
House at Chipping Campden
Generation No. 1
1. WILLIAM1 GRIVELLE was born 1254 in Inglewait, Yorkshire, England. He married UNKNOWN 1284 in in Inglewait, Yorkshire, England.
Child of WILLIAM GRIVELLE and UNKNOWN is:
2. i. JOHN2 GRIVELLE, b. 1285, Campden, Gloucestershire, England; d. 1360, Campden, Gloucestershire, England.
Generation No. 2
2. JOHN2 GRIVELLE(WILLIAM1) was born 1285 in Campden, Gloucestershire, England, and died 1360 in Campden, Gloucestershire, England. He married MARGARET 1315.
More About MARGARET:
Fact 1: 1288, Campden, Gloucestershire, England
Child of JOHN GRIVELLE and MARGARET is:
3. i. WILLIAM3 GRIVELLE, b. 1316, Campden, Gloucestershire, England; d. Aft. 1398.
Generation No. 3
3. WILLIAM3 GRIVELLE(JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1316 in Campden, Gloucestershire, England, and died Aft. 1398.
Child of WILLIAM GRIVELLE is:
4. i. WILLIAM4 GRIVELLE, b. 1337, London, England; d. October 01, 1401.
Generation No. 4
4. WILLIAM4 GRIVELLE(WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1337 in London, England, and died October 01, 1401. He married MARGARET 1367 in Campden, Gloucestershire, England.
More About WILLIAM GRIVELLE:
Fact 1: Church of Virgin Mary, Campeden, London, England
Child of WILLIAM GRIVELLE and MARGARET is:
5. i. LODOVICK (LEWIS)5 GRIVELLE, b. 1368, Drayton, Oxfordshire, England.
Generation No. 5
5. LODOVICK (LEWIS)5 GRIVELLE(WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1368 in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England. He married MARGARET ARDEN 1395, daughter of GYLES ARDEN and JOANNA TRILLOW.
More About LODOVICK (LEWIS) GRIVELLE:
Fact 1: 1438, Drayton, Oxfordshire, England
Children of LODOVICK GRIVELLE and MARGARET ARDEN are:
i. ROBERT6 GRIVELLE EARL OF WARWICK, b. 1397.
Notes for ROBERT GRIVELLE EARL OF WARWICK:
Earl of Warwick
ii. JOHN GRIVELLE, b. 1399, Leamington, Gloucestershire, England.
iii. THOMAS GRIVELLE, b. 1403, in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England.
6. iv. WILLIAM GRIVELLE, b. 1408, in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England.
Generation No. 6
6. WILLIAM6 GRIVELLE(LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1408 in in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England. He married ANNE FRANCEYS, daughter of ROBERT FRANCEYS.
Child of WILLIAM GRIVELLE and ANNE FRANCEYS is:
7. i. RALPH7 GRIVELLE, b. 1421, Lemmington, England.
Generation No. 7
7. RALPH7 GRIVELLE(WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1421 in Lemmington, England. He married MARGARET POYNTZ 1446, daughter of THOMAS and JAYNE.
Child of RALPH GRIVELLE and MARGARET POYNTZ is:
8. i. RICHARD8 GRIVELLE, b. 1401, in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England.
Generation No. 8
8. RICHARD8 GRIVELLE(RALPH7, WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1401 in in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England. He married ELENA HERBERT 1431 in Drayton, Oxfordshire, England.
Notes for RICHARD GRIVELLE :
Further up the river Avon, we came to Warwick Castle, where we spent a couple of hours among the Tussaud wax statues that depict life as it might have been in the old days. Warwick is "English history in a nutshell."
Warwick first became important in history as we know it, in 914 when an Ethelfleda, daughter of the Anglo-Saxon Alfred the Great, ordered an earthen rampart built to protect their position from the invading Danish. In 1260 the wooden buildings began to be replaced by stone structures. In the 14th century, Thomas de Beauchamp (the family who had by this time attained the title of Earl of Warwick) began a massive reconstruction of the castle.
In 1604, the now dilapidated castle was presented by James I to Sir Fulke Greville. The estate remained in the hands of the Grevilles until 1978, when it was sold to the Tussauds group b y David Greville.
Chipping Campden (old silk mill, David Hart Silversmiths, St James' church, Sir Baptist Hick s statues, William Greville House). Broadway and the Lygon Arms, Stanton, Stanway, the beautiful Buckland Manor, Longborough, Lower Swell, Upper Swell, Lower Slaughter and Mill (over 1,0 00 year old bread mill), Upper Slaughter church and Manor Hotel. Stow on-the-Wold (Royalist Hotel that, at 1,000 years old is also oldest pub in England, with its witches ring over the fireplace, hidden holes etc). Antique shops (including Ð35,000 four poster bed) Moreton in Marsh, Marsh Goose Restaurant, Batsford Park and horses. Paxford and Churchill pub. Old railway line, Broad Campden, Willersey (old farm house that's been moved up the hill), Broadway Tower and highland cattle.
Child of RICHARD GRIVELLE and ELENA HERBERT is:
9. i. JOHN9 GREVILLE, b. 1447, in Lemmington, England.
Generation No. 9
9. JOHN9 GREVILLE(RICHARD8 GRIVELLE, RALPH7, WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1447 in in Lemmington, England. He married JANE FORSTER.
Child of JOHN GREVILLE and JANE FORSTER is:
10. i. RICHARD10 GREVIL, b. 1490, in Lemmington, England.
Generation No. 10
10. RICHARD10 GREVIL(JOHN9 GREVILLE, RICHARD8 GRIVELLE, RALPH7, WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1490 in in Lemmington, England.
Children of RICHARD GREVIL are:
i. GILES11 GRIVELL , SIR.
11. ii. WILLIAM GRIVELL.
12. iii. MARY GRIVELL, b. 1510, Arle, Worchester County, England.
Generation No. 11
11. WILLIAM11 GRIVELL(RICHARD10 GREVIL, JOHN9 GREVILLE, RICHARD8 GRIVELLE, RALPH7, WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1).
Notes for WILLIAM GRIVELL:
Ancestral Roots, p. 83, line 84: 36
Sir Richard Lygon, Knt., of Arle Court, d. 1447, sheriff of Worcestershire, 1547; m. Margaret Greville, dau of William Greville, Esq. , of Arle Court, par Cheltnham, co., Gloucester, justice of the common pleas, d. 1513, Monumental brass for William Greville in parish church of Cheltenham, (Visit. of Gloucester (1623), 204-205; Mill Stephenson, A List of Monumental Br asses in the British Isles (1926), p. 147)
Child of WILLIAM GRIVELL is:
i. MARGARET12 GRIVELL, m. RICHARD LYGON, JR..
Notes for RICHARD LYGON, JR.:
Richard Lygon, Junior, eldest son, was 21 years of age when his father died, and was probabl y born in 1490. On September 15, 1512 he granted his mother for her dower in Gloucestershire the Manor of Mattysdon. He married, not later than 1511 in Worcester, Margaret Greville (Grevell), daughter of William Greville (Grevell), a Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in 1510, who had been one of the feoffes of Richard Beauchamp. With her he acquired Arle Court near Cheltenham, where he appears to have lived during his mother's life.
After her death there was some differences between him and his younger brother, which was set tled by a friendly arbitration. In 1523, Richard was on a commission to collect the subsidy i n Worcester (L. & P., p. 1361). He was knighted at the coronation of Queen Anne Bolelyn on Ma y 30, 1535. In 1534, he was on the commission to make inquisition (P. M.) on the lands and he ir of John Lytilton of Frankley Weston. He was Sheriff of Gloucestershire 1534-35 and of Worc estershire 1548-49.
In 1535 he was Justice as a session held at Great Malvern and bound over James Asche, parso n of Staunton, to the council for calling the king antichrist. In 1536, Sir Richard Lygon wa s called to furnish 100 men to be sent against the northern rebels and to attend the king i n person. He served in the French War, 1544. In 1545, the expenses of the Hundred Courts of t he town of Slaughter were held by Richard Lygon, Chief Steward, and also he was Chief Stewar d of the King's Court at Cheltenham. Margaret, his wife, died in 1542, and Richard married (2 ) Joan, who survived him. Sir Richard died March 20, 1556.
He and his first wife had the following children:1. William Lygon, eldest son, of Redgrov e and Madresfield, born in 1518, was 44 years old at his father's death. While still under age he married in the autumn of 1529 Eleanor Dennis, daughter of Sir William Dennis (Denys) of Durham in Gloucestershire and his wife Anne Berkeley, daughter of Maurice Berkeley, Lord Berkeley, who died in 1506, and his wife, Isabel Meade The contract of marriage contains interesting particulars as to the provision for the young people. Richard Lygon and William Dennis were to find their children in apparel according to their degree, and William Dennis was t o find his daughter lodging so long as Margery and Anne Lygon were alive.
Like his father, William Lygon before his possession to Madresfield lived at Arle, and seem s to have been in possession of the family estates at Mattisdon, Uckington, Dormiston, and Cromhall in Gloucestershire; he was also one of the justices of the Hundred of Cheltenham. In 1 538, he was among the gentlemen listed by Lord Cromwell as meet to be preferred in the King' s service (Patent Rolls, p. 49). On July 9, 1540, he had a grant. He and his wife had a daughter, Cicely Lygon, who married in 1559, Edward Gorges, Esq., of Wroxall, born in 1537, died A ugust 29, 1568, son of Edmund Gorges. They had a son Ferdinando Gorges, Knight, colonizer o f Maine, born about 1565, died at Ashton Court near Bristol, England, May 1647, married (1) A nne Bell, buried in London August 6, 1620, daughter of Edward Bell and Margaret Barley, married December 21, 1621, (2) Mary Fulford.
12. MARY11 GRIVELL(RICHARD10 GREVIL, JOHN9 GREVILLE, RICHARD8 GRIVELLE, RALPH7, WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1510 in Arle, Worchester County, England. She married WILLIAM PALMER , ESQ., son of JOHN PALMER and JOANE ROECLIFFE.
Notes for MARY GRIVELL:
Mary his wife, sister of William Grivell, one of the Judges of the Common Pleas, and of Sir Giles Grivell, knight, both long since deceased. (could this be the William Grevel whose house is pictured at Chipping Camden)
Children of MARY GRIVELL and WILLIAM PALMER are:
13. i. GILES OR EGIDIUS12 PALMER, b. 1538, Burton Hill, Glouchester, England.
ii. EDWARD PALMER, b. 1527, Worchester County, England.
iii. WILLIAM PALMER, b. 1525, Worchester County, England.
iv. MARIA PALMER, b. 1529, Worchester County, England.
v. DOROTHEA PALMER, b. 1531, Worchester County, England.
Generation No. 12
13. GILES OR EGIDIUS12 PALMER(MARY11 GRIVELL, RICHARD10 GREVIL, JOHN9 GREVILLE, RICHARD8 GRIVELLE, RALPH7, WILLIAM6, LODOVICK (LEWIS)5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1538 in Burton Hill, Glouchester, England. He married MURIEL FIELD, daughter of RICHARD FIELD.
Children of GILES PALMER and MURIEL FIELD are:
i. EDWARD13 PALMER, b. Compton, County Warwick; d. November 22, 1624, London and Leffington in County of Gloucester, England; m. MERIAL PALMER, January 15, 1574/75, Bourton on the Hill, Gloucester County, England.
Notes for EDWARD PALMER:
1 AUTH and Administrations Relating to Virginia and Virginians, Lothrop Withington,
1 AGNC Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.
A History of Halifax County (Virginia): by Wirt Johnson Carrington, Baltimore, Regional Publishing Co., 1969 , p. 234-236 Birmingham Public Library.
(Edward Palmer) ...on July 3, 1622, received a patent of land from the Virginia Company.
considered idea of putting a university on Palmer's Island in the Susquehannah.
Henry F. Waters, Genealogical Gleanings in England, Vol. II, Historic Genealogical Society, 19 01, p. 982-3.
Edward Palmer, of London and late of Leffington in the County of Glocester Esq. 22 November 16 24, proved 15 December 1624. To the parish church Todenham, towards the reparations of the same and of the chapel belonging to Lemington house, commonly called the Place, in the parish of Todenham, where I was born, forty shillings. A seemly monument to be erected in the same chapel for a memory of John Palmer Esq., my late grandfather, and of Mary his wife, sister of William Grivell, one of the Judges of the Common Pleas, and of Sir Giles Grivell, knight, both long since deceased. To my daughter Margaret Elton five pounds (in a piece of plate). To my daughter Mary a piece of plate of same value. Another to my daughter Charlton and another to my daughter Rutter. To my son Richard Palmer seven hundred pounds, in hope my said son will provide for the good education and maintenance of Bridget his only child and daughter. Reference to t he bargain and sale of the manor of Over Lemington, sold by my father to Richard Palmer of Berton, gentleman, my wife's father. The manor of Nether Lemington sold by myself to to said Richard Palmer. Certain assurances and releases of the manor of Middle Ditchford to Ralph Sheldon , Esq. from my father and others. Certain entails thereof heretofore made by my grandfather and my uncle William Palmer, sometime one of the gentleman pensioners to King Henry VII and Edward VI. The manor of Churchill sold by my father to sir Christopher Hatton, knight. My son Giles Palmer to be sole executor, or, if he die, then my son Thomas Palmer. For supervisors I appoint Sir Giles Overbury, knight, Sir Matthew Palmer, knight, George Lascells, Esq., Laurence Maidewell, Esq., Mr. ___Lea, citizen of London, and Richard Croftes, gentleman, to each of who m a ring of gold of four angels. And my will and mind is that if I shall happen to give unto my said son Richard the sum of two thousand pounds or more out of my profits of Virginia an d New England, then the seven hundred pounds (as aforesaid) shall not be charged upon my person al estate and c. And as touching my castles, manors, lands, tenements and heritaments which now or hereafter shall be built and erected in Virginia or New England in the parts beyond the seas I give the same to my son Giles and c. with the remainder to my son Thomas and c., then to Edward Palmer only son of my brother William. And for default of all such issue males an d c., all the aforesaid castles, lands, and c. shall be and remain for the founding and maintenance of an University and such schools in Virginia as shall be there erected and shall be called ACADEMIA VIRGINIENSIS ET OXONIENSIS and shall be divided into several streets or alleys o f twenty foot broad; and all such as can prove their lawful descent from John Palmer, Esq., of Lemington aforesaid, my grandfather deceased, or from my late grandmother his wife, being son s, shall be there freely admitted and shall be brought up in such schools as shall be fit for their age and learning and shall be removed from time to time as they shall profit in knowledge and understanding. And further my will is that the scholars of the said University, for avoiding of idleness their hours of recreation, shall have two painters, the one for oil colours and the other for water colours, which shall be admitted Fellows in the same College. And further my will and mind is that two grinders, the one for oil colours and the other for watercolours, and also colours, oil and gum waters shall be provided from time to time at the costs and charges of the said College, beseeching God to add a blessing to all these my intents.
ii. WILLIAM PALMER.
Descendants of Edward Palmer, whose grandmother was Mary Greville Palmer....or this is the way it looks to me.
1-Edward Palmer b. Compton, County Warwick, d. 22 Nov 1624, London And Leffington In County Of Gloucester, England +Merial Palmer b. Abt 1555, Bourton On The Hill, Gloucester County, England, m. 15 Jan 1574-15 Jan 1575, Bourton On The Hill, Gloucester County, England, par. Richard Palmer and Unknown |--2-Richard Palmer b. London, Middlesex County, England | +Unknown | |--3-Bridget Palmer |--2-Margaret Palmer b. London, Middlesex County, England | +Elton |--2-Mary Palmer b. London, Middlesex County, England |--2-Charleston Palmer b. London, Middlesex County, England |--2-Rutter Palmer |--2-Thomas Palmer b. 5 Aug 1582, Of, Fairfield, Somerset, England, d. 1605, | England | +Joane Jordan b. Abt 1597, m. 1610, London, England, d. Bef 1633, par. | Samuel Silas Jordan and Frances | |--3-Mary Palmer | | +John Key | | |--4-Martin Key | |--3-Samuel Palmer | |--3-Charleston Rutter Palmer | |--3-Edward Palmer b. 1612 | |--3-Priscilla Palmer b. 1614, d. Shirley Hundred, Surry | | +John Baker m. 1629 | |--3-Thomas Palmer b. 1617, London, Middlesex County, England | |--3-John Palmer b. 1621, Farnham Parish, Dominion Of VA, d. 1686, | | Rappahanock Co., VA. | | +Sarah | |--3-Martin Palmer b. 12 Sep 1625, London, England, d. 1702, Pamunkey Neck, | | King William County, Virginia | +Mary b. England, d. Bef 1670, Virginia | |--4-Lucy Palmer | |--4-Roger Palmer | |--4-Thomas Palmer | |--4-Charles Palmer | |--4-Martin Palmer b. 1653, New Kent County, VA, d. 19 Mar 1731-19 Mar | | 1732, In King William's County, Virginia | +Elizabeth Mallory b. Abt 1650, m. 1674, In King William County, | Virginia, d. Bef 1747, par. Roger Mallory and Jane | |--5-Roger Palmer | |--5-Mary Palmer | |--5-Betty Palmer | |--5-Grace Palmer | |--5-Charles Palmer | |--5-Jeffrey Palmer | |--5-Thomas Palmer | |--5-Martin Palmer b. Abt 1678, d. Bef 1747, Virginia | +Unknown | |--6-Roger Palmer d. 1758 | | +Unknown | | |--7-William Palmer | | |--7-Jeffery Palmer | |--6-James Palmer | |--6-John Palmer | |--6-Charles Palmer | |--6-Mary Jane Palmer | |--6-Thomas Palmer | |--6-Anthony Claiborne Palmer | |--6-William Palmer | |--6-Martin Palmer , American Revolution b. Abt 1726, Hanover | | County Virginia, Sgt. In Am. Revolution, d. 1790, Halifax Co. | | VA. | +Milly Hardwick m. Charlotte Co., d. 1788, Brunswick County, | par. John Hardwick and Unknown | |--7-James Palmer | |--7-John Palmer | | +Mary James | |--7-Charles Palmer | |--7-Mary Jane Palmer | |--7-Thomas Palmer | | +Isabel Perry | |--7-Martin Palmer b. 1778, d. 1850 | | +Margaret | | +Sarah Hardwicke m. 1798 | |--7-Anthony Claiborne Palmer b. 1780 | | +Rebecca Abigail Ayers | |--7-William Palmer b. 1787 | +Margaret Whitset | +Mary Vaughn b. 1730, King William Co. Virginia, m. 1748, King | William, Co. Virginia, d. Halifax Co. VA. | |--7-Palmer | |--7-Jeffery Palmer b. Hanover Virginia American Revolution | | +Legrand | |--7-Elisha Palmer b. Hanover Virginia American Revolution | | +Anna Legrand | |--7-Elias Palmer b. Hanover Virginia American Revolution | | +Harriet Legrand | |--7-William Palmer | |--7-Luke Palmer b. 1752 | | +Mary Foster | |--7-Chilian Palmer , War Of 1812 b. 1764, Hanover County, | | Virginia War Or 1812, N. Orleans, d. Feb 1816, Halifax | | County, Virginia | +Mary Pettus b. 1764, Lunenberg Co. VA., m. 1779, Virginia, | d. 1832, par. John Pettus and Sarah | |--8-Isaac Palmer | |--8-Sally Palmer | |--8-Daniel Palmer | |--8-Rebecca Palmer | |--8-Dabney Palmer | |--8-Thomas Palmer | |--8-L. Palmer b. Halifax County, Virginia | |--8-Stephen Palmer b. 23 Aug 1792, Halifax County, Virginia, | | d. 3 Jun 1848, Furman, Wilcox Co. AL. | +Rachel Jones: , par. Rice Jones: and Unknown | +Mrs. Robins d. Bef 1702 |--2-Giles Palmer b. 1592, Lemington, Glouchester County, England