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William Barantyne

Male 1481 - 1549  (67 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  William Barantyne was born on 31 Dec 1481 in of Little Haseley, Oxfordshire, England (son of John Barantyne and Mary Stonor); died on 17 Nov 1549; was buried in Haseley, Oxfordshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Baptised: 1 Jan 1482

    Family/Spouse: Mary Reade. Mary (daughter of Robert Reade and Margaret Alphey) died before 31 Dec 1518. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Margaret Barantyne

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John Barantyne was born about 1460 in of Little Haseley, Oxfordshire, England (son of John Barantyne and Elizabeth Popham); died on 21 Dec 1485; was buried in Friars Preachers, London, England.

    John married Mary Stonor. Mary (daughter of Thomas Stonor and Jane de la Pole) died after 1485. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Mary Stonor (daughter of Thomas Stonor and Jane de la Pole); died after 1485.
    Children:
    1. 1. William Barantyne was born on 31 Dec 1481 in of Little Haseley, Oxfordshire, England; died on 17 Nov 1549; was buried in Haseley, Oxfordshire, England.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Barantyne was born in 1436 in of Haseley, Oxfordshire, England (son of Drew Barantyne and Jane Drayton); died on 30 Jun 1474.

    Notes:

    Knight of the shire for Oxfordshire. Sheriff of Oxfordshire and Berkshire 1464-65.

    John married Elizabeth Popham before 1460. Elizabeth (daughter of Steven Popham and Beatrice Bohun) was born about 1439; died after 1483. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Elizabeth Popham was born about 1439 (daughter of Steven Popham and Beatrice Bohun); died after 1483.
    Children:
    1. 2. John Barantyne was born about 1460 in of Little Haseley, Oxfordshire, England; died on 21 Dec 1485; was buried in Friars Preachers, London, England.

  3. 6.  Thomas Stonor was born on 23 Mar 1424 in of Stonor, Oxfordshire, England (son of Thomas Stonor and Alice Kirby); died on 23 Apr 1474; was buried in Pyrton, Oxfordshire, England.

    Notes:

    Knight of the shire for Oxfordshire. Sheriff of Oxfordshire and Berkshire, 1453-54, 1465-66.

    Thomas married Jane de la Pole before 1450. Jane (daughter of William de la Pole and Malyne de Cay) was born in 1430 in Normandy, France; died on 28 Feb 1494. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Jane de la Pole was born in 1430 in Normandy, France (daughter of William de la Pole and Malyne de Cay); died on 28 Feb 1494.

    Notes:

    Or Joan.

    Children:
    1. 3. Mary Stonor died after 1485.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Drew Barantyne was born in in of Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, England.

    Drew married Jane Drayton. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Jane Drayton (daughter of John Drayton).
    Children:
    1. 4. John Barantyne was born in 1436 in of Haseley, Oxfordshire, England; died on 30 Jun 1474.

  3. 10.  Steven Popham was born about 1393 in of West Dean in West Tytherley, Hampshire, England (son of Henry Popham and Joan); died on 12 Nov 1444.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1396, of Popham, Hampshire, England
    • Alternate death: 14 Nov 1444

    Notes:

    Knight of the shire for Hampshire in 1420, 1423, 1425, 1431, and 1442. Sheriff of Hampshire 1427-28, 1440-41. Sheriff of Wiltshire 1434-35.

    Served under Edward, Duke of York, at Agincourt, where he was probably knighted.

    "In 1442 he endorsed a proposal in Parliament for systematic patrols to deal with piracy, and shortly afterwards was chosen to serve as chief commander of a force of 565 men which policed the Channel. He was a shipowner, and one of his vessels, the Cokke William, was requisitioned for the passage of Margaret of Anjou's entourage to Southampton." [Royal Ancestry]

    Steven married Beatrice Bohun. Beatrice (daughter of John Bohun and Alice) died after 5 Feb 1446. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Beatrice Bohun (daughter of John Bohun and Alice); died after 5 Feb 1446.
    Children:
    1. 5. Elizabeth Popham was born about 1439; died after 1483.

  5. 12.  Thomas Stonor was born in in of Stonor in Pyrton, Oxfordshire, England.

    Thomas married Alice Kirby. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  Alice Kirby (daughter of Thomas Kirby).
    Children:
    1. 6. Thomas Stonor was born on 23 Mar 1424 in of Stonor, Oxfordshire, England; died on 23 Apr 1474; was buried in Pyrton, Oxfordshire, England.

  7. 14.  William de la Pole was born on 16 Oct 1396 in Cotton, Suffolk, England (son of Michael de la Pole and Katherine Stafford); died on 2 May 1450 in On an open boat in the English Channel.

    Notes:

    From Wikipedia:

    Almost continually engaged in the wars in France, he was seriously wounded during the Siege of Harfleur (1415), where his father died from dysentery. Later that year his older brother Michael, 3rd Earl of Suffolk, was killed at the Battle of Agincourt, and William succeeded as 4th Earl. He became co-commander of the English forces at the Siege of Orléans (1429), after the death of Thomas, Earl of Salisbury. When that city was relieved by Joan of Arc in 1429, he managed a retreat to Jargeau where he was forced to surrender on 12 June. He remained a prisoner of Charles VII of France for three years, and was ransomed in 1431.

    After his return to the Kingdom of England in 1434 he was made Constable of Wallingford Castle. He became a courtier and close ally of Cardinal Henry Beaufort. His most notable accomplishment in this period was negotiating the marriage of King Henry VI with Margaret of Anjou in 1444. This earned him a promotion from Earl to Marquess of Suffolk. However, a secret clause was put in the agreement which gave Maine and Anjou back to France, which was partly to cause his downfall. His own marriage took place on 11 November 1430, (date of licence), to (as her third husband) Alice Chaucer (1404–1475), daughter of Thomas Chaucer of Ewelme, Oxfordshire, and granddaughter of the notable poet Geoffrey Chaucer and his wife, Philippa Roet.

    With the deaths in 1447 of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester and Cardinal Beaufort, Suffolk became the principal power behind the throne of the weak and compliant Henry VI. In short order he was appointed Chamberlain, Admiral of England, and to several other important offices. He was created Earl of Pembroke in 1447, and Duke of Suffolk in 1448. However, Suffolk was later suspected of being a traitor. On 16 July he met in secret with Jean, Count de Dunois, at his mansion of the Rose in Candlewick street, the first of several meetings in London at which they planned a French invasion. Suffolk passed Council minutes to Dunois, the French hero of the Siege of Orleans. It was rumoured that Suffolk never paid his ransom of £20,000 owed to Dunois. Lord Treasurer, Ralph Cromwell, wanted heavy taxes from Suffolk; the duke's powerful enemies included John Paston and Sir John Fastolf. Many blamed Suffolk's retainers for lawlessness in East Anglia.

    The following three years saw the near-complete loss of the English possessions in northern France. Suffolk could not avoid taking the blame for these failures, partly because of the loss of Maine and Anjou through his marriage negotiations regarding Henry VI. On 28 January 1450 he was arrested, imprisoned in the Tower of London and impeached in parliament by the commons. The king intervened to protect his favourite, who was banished for five years, but on his journey to Calais his ship was intercepted by the Nicholas of the Tower. Suffolk was captured, subjected to a mock trial, and executed by beheading. He was later found on the sands near Dover, and the body was probably brought to a church in Suffolk, possibly Wingfield.

    Suffolk was interred in the Carthusian Priory in Hull by his widow Alice, as was his wish, and not in the church at Wingfield, as is often stated. The Priory, founded in 1377 by his grandfather the first Earl of Suffolk, was dissolved in 1539, and most of the original buildings did not survive the two Civil War sieges of Hull in 1642 and 1643.

    William married Malyne de Cay. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 15.  Malyne de Cay

    Notes:

    A nun. It is said that the night before William de la Pole surrendered to the Franco-Scottish forces of Joan of Arc (12 Jun 1429), "he laye in bed with a nonne whom he toke oute of holy profession and defouled, whose name was Malyne de Cay, by whom he gate a daughter, now married to Stonard of Oxonfordshire."

    Children:
    1. 7. Jane de la Pole was born in 1430 in Normandy, France; died on 28 Feb 1494.