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Anne Tyrrell

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Anne Tyrrell (daughter of Thomas Tyrrell and Margaret Willoughby).

    Anne married John Clere before 19 Aug 1529. John (son of Robert Clere and Alice Boleyn) was born about 1511 in of Ormesby St. Margaret, Norfolk, England; died on 21 Aug 1557 in At sea. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Edward Clere was born on 15 Jun 1536 in of Blickling, Norfolk, England; died on 8 Jun 1606 in London, England.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Thomas Tyrrell was born in in of Gipping, Suffolk, England (son of James Tyrrell and Anne Arundell); died between 12 Jun 1551 and 25 Aug 1551.

    Notes:

    He was attainted with his father in 1502, pardoned in 1504, and restored to his estates in 1507. He attended the queen at the Field of Cloth of Gold in 1520.

    Thomas married Margaret Willoughby. Margaret (daughter of Christopher Willoughby and Margaret Jenney) died after 14 Nov 1526. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Margaret Willoughby (daughter of Christopher Willoughby and Margaret Jenney); died after 14 Nov 1526.
    Children:
    1. 1. Anne Tyrrell


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  James Tyrrell was born about 1445 in of Gipping, Suffolk, England (son of William Tyrrell and Margaret Darcy); died on 6 May 1502; was buried in Austin Friars, London, England.

    Notes:

    "Sir James Tyrrell was an English knight, a trusted servant of King Richard III of England. He is known for allegedly confessing to the murders of the Princes in the Tower under Richard's orders. William Shakespeare portrays Tyrrell as the man who organises the princes' murder in Richard III." [Wikipedia]

    James married Anne Arundell after 23 Mar 1469. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Anne Arundell (daughter of John Arundell and Elizabeth Morley).
    Children:
    1. 2. Thomas Tyrrell was born in in of Gipping, Suffolk, England; died between 12 Jun 1551 and 25 Aug 1551.

  3. 6.  Christopher Willoughby was born about 1453 in of Parham, Suffolk, England (son of Robert Willoughby and Cecily Welles); died between 1 Nov 1498 and 13 Jul 1499.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: of Eresby, Lincolnshire, England

    Christopher married Margaret Jenney before 28 Mar 1482. Margaret (daughter of William Jenney and Elizabeth Cawse) died between 1515 and 1516. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Margaret Jenney (daughter of William Jenney and Elizabeth Cawse); died between 1515 and 1516.
    Children:
    1. 3. Margaret Willoughby died after 14 Nov 1526.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  William Tyrrell was born in in of Gipping, Suffolk, England (son of John Tyrrell, Speaker of the House of Commons and Alice Coggeshall); died on 23 Feb 1462 in Tower Hill, London, England.

    Notes:

    "[William Tyrell] was beheaded on Tower Hill on 23 February 1462, together with Sir Thomas Tuddenham and John Montgomery. John de Vere, 12th Earl of Oxford, and his eldest son and heir, Aubrey, were beheaded on 26 February and 20 February, respectively, after the discovery of an alleged plot to murder Edward IV. No records of the trials of the alleged conspirators have survived to shed light on what part, if any, [James] Tyrrell's father played in the alleged conspiracy. He was not attainted, and his eldest son and heir's wardship and the custody of his lands were granted to Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, who sold them to William Tyrrell's widow in March 1463 for £50." [Wikipedia, article about William Tyrell and Margaret Darcy's son James Tyrell]

    William married Margaret Darcy. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Margaret Darcy (daughter of Robert Darcy and Alice Fillongley).
    Children:
    1. Eleanor Tyrrell died in 1514.
    2. 4. James Tyrrell was born about 1445 in of Gipping, Suffolk, England; died on 6 May 1502; was buried in Austin Friars, London, England.

  3. 10.  John Arundell was born on 9 Jun 1421 in Bideford, Devon, England (son of John Arundell and Margaret Burghersh); died on 12 Nov 1473.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: of Lanherne, Cornwall, England

    Notes:

    Vice Admiral of Cornwall. Under-sheriff of Cornwall, 1457. Sheriff of Cornwall, 1469-70.

    John married Elizabeth Morley after 25 Apr 1446. Elizabeth (daughter of Thomas Morley and Isabel de la Pole) died between 12 Nov 1446 and Mar 1451. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Elizabeth Morley (daughter of Thomas Morley and Isabel de la Pole); died between 12 Nov 1446 and Mar 1451.
    Children:
    1. 5. Anne Arundell

  5. 12.  Robert Willoughby was born in in of Parham, Suffolk, England (son of Thomas Willoughby and Joan Arundel); died on 30 May 1465; was buried in Campsey Priory, Suffolk, England.

    Robert married Cecily Welles. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  Cecily Welles (daughter of Lionel Welles and Joan Waterton).
    Children:
    1. 6. Christopher Willoughby was born about 1453 in of Parham, Suffolk, England; died between 1 Nov 1498 and 13 Jul 1499.

  7. 14.  William Jenney was born about 1415 in of Knoddishall, Suffolk, England (son of John Jenney and Maud Bokyll); died on 23 Dec 1483.

    Notes:

    Judge of the King's Bench.

    From Biographia Juridica (citation details below):

    JENNEY, William, whose name was sometimes spelled Gyney, and more frequently Genney, was the son of John Jenney, of Knodishall in Suffolk, and Maud, daughter and heir of John Bokill, of Friston. He became one of the governors of Lincoln's Inn in 1446. His practice at the bar began at least as early as Michaelmas 1439, 18 Henry VI., that being the date of his first appearance in the Year Books. The Paston Collection contains many proofs of the enmity which existed between him and the Paston family, and which led to those contests recorded in the Year Books in the next reign. (Paston Letters, i. 140, 196.)

    He took the degree of the coif in November 1463, and in the next year are long arguments relative to the legality of an outlawry awarded against John Paston at the suit of Jenney. Another discussion arose in 1471, the principal question being whether Sir John Paston should proceed against the serjeant by bill or by original writ. (Y. B. 4 and 11 Edward IV.) In these cases he shows himself an acute lawyer, and his practice in the courts was consequently very extensive. Although it is clear that at one time (Paston Letters, i. 182) the king was favourable to the Pastons, this did not prevent the advance to which the serjeant's legal attainments evidently entitled him, and he was accordingly constituted a judge of the King's Bench. The date of his elevation, though Dugdale states it to have taken place in Trinity Term 1477, 17 Edward IV., could not, according to the Year Book and other evidences, have been before Easter Term 1481. He was re-appointed at the commencement of the reigns of Edward V. and Richard III., and sat in the court during the first six months of the latter reign, dying on December 23, 1483. His first wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Cawse, Esq., and his second was Eleanor, daughter of John Sampson, Esq., and widow of Robert Ingleys, Esq. His eldest son, Sir Edmund, was the father of the undermentioned Sir Christopher Jenney.

    William married Elizabeth Cawse. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 15.  Elizabeth Cawse (daughter of Thomas Cawse).
    Children:
    1. 7. Margaret Jenney died between 1515 and 1516.