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About Anne Pakington (Dacres)
- Sir John Pakington (c.1477 – 21 August 1551), was Chirographer of the Court of Common Pleas, a Member of Parliament for Gloucester, and Sheriff of Herefordshire and Worcestershire. In 1529 he received an extraordinary grant from Henry VIII permitting him to wear his hat in the King's presence.
- Although the Pakington family is of great antiquity, being recorded at the time of the foundation of St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth, in the reign of Henry I, according to Burke the 'founder of the fortunes of the house of Pakington' was the lawyer Sir John Pakington in the reign of Henry VIII.
- Born about 1477, he was the eldest son of John Pakington of Stanford-on-Teme, Worcestershire, and Elizabeth Washbourne, the daughter and heiress of Thomas Washbourne. He had three brothers, Humphrey, Robert and Augustine, and three sisters: Joyce married firstly a husband surnamed Blount, and secondly John Corbet of Leigh, Shropshire; Eleanor married a husband surnamed Gravener, of Shropshire; and Margery married a husband surnamed Neve.
- Pakington began his legal career ....
- Pakington made his last will on 16 August 1551, and died five days later. He was buried at Hampton Lovett in the chapel of St Anne in the parish church. As he had no male issue, he was succeeded by Sir Thomas Pakington (died 2 June 1571), the eldest son of his brother, Robert Pakington (died 1536).
- Pakington married, by 1530, Anne (d. 22 August 1563), the daughter of Henry Dacres of Mayfield, Staffordshire, Alderman of London in 1526 and Sheriff in 1528, a descendant of 'the ancient family of the Dacres in Westmorland', by his first wife, Elizabeth (d. 26 April 1530). She had a brother, Robert Dacres (d. 20 November 1543), Privy Councillor and Master of Requests to Henry VIII, who married Elizabeth Monoux (widow of Sir Thomas Denny (d.1527), elder brother of Sir Anthony Denny, and daughter of Sir George Monoux (d.1544), Lord Mayor of London), and two sisters, Eleanor Dacres, who married George Rolle (d.1552); and Alice Dacres, who married Robert Cheeseman (d. 24 July 1547).
- At the time of the marriage, Anne was the widow of Robert Fairthwaite (d.1521), citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, by whom she had a daughter, Elizabeth Fairthwaite, who married Nicholas Tichborne of Roydon, Essex, as well as two sons, Martin Fairthwaite and Geoffrey Fairthwaite, who died without issue.
- By his wife Anne, Pakington is said to have had two daughters, Ursula (d.1558), who married William Scudamore (d.1560), by whom she was the mother of Sir John Scudamore (1542–1623), and Bridget, who married Sir John Littleton of Frankley, Worcestershire, and after his death three other husbands.
- There is a memorial to Pakington's widow, Anne, in the church of St Botolph, Aldersgate which depicts Anne, a knight in armour, and a daughter. The inscription reads:
- Here under this tombe lyeth ye bodye of Dame Anne Packington, Widdow, late wife Sr John Packington, Kt: late Chirographer in the court of ye comon Please wch. Dame Anne deceassed the 22nd. day of August in the yeare of our Lord God 1563.
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Pakington_(died_1551)
- PAKINGTON, John (by 1488-1551), of Hampton Lovett, Worcs. and London.
- b. by 1488, 1st s. of John Pakington by Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Washborne of Stanford-le-Teme, Worcs.; bro. of Robert. educ. I. Temple. m. by 1530, Anne, da. of Henry Dacres of London, wid. of Robert Fairethwatt of London, at least 1s. d.v.p. 2da. Kntd. 23 Nov. 1546/9 Feb. 1547.3
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1509-1558/member/pakington-john-1488-1551
- A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and ..., Volume 42, Part 1
- Another authority states, that Sir John Pakington, Knt., m. Anne, dau. of Henry Dacres, late sheriff of London, and widow of Robert Fairthwayte, of London, Merchant-taylor, and that she was buried at St. Buttolph's, 22nd August, 1563, but does not menton her as widow of Tychbourne; by her will, however she bequeaths to her son, Nicholas Tychbourne and his children, the greater part of her estate, plate, jewels, &c.
- Burke's genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage, baronetage and ...
- .... Sir John Pakington's wife was Anne, widow of Tychbourne, and of the family of Rolle. She d. 22 Aug. 1563. His fortune was divided between his newphew, Sir Thomas Pakington, his brother, Humphrey Pakington, and his daughters,
- URSULA, m. Sir John Scudamore, Knt. (OTHER SOURCE LISTS WILLIAM SCUDAMORE)
- BRIDGET, m. Sir John Lyttleton, Knt. of Frankley
- The House of Commons: 1660 - 1690 ; 1, Introductory survey ..., Volume 8 By Stanley T. Bindoff, John S. Roskell, Lewis Namier, Romney Sedgwick
- PAKINGTON, JOHN (by 1488-1551), of Hampton Lovett, Worcs. and London.
- b. by 1488, 1st s. of John Pakington by Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Washborne of Stanford-le-Teme, Worcs.; bro. of Robert*. educ. I. Temple. m. by 1530, Anne, da. of Henry Dacres of London, wid. of Robert Fairethwatt of London, at least 1 s. d.v.p. 2 da. Kntd. 23 Nov. 1546/9 Feb. 1547.3
- Christmas butler, I Temple ....
- By marriage Pakington was well connected: his wife's brothers-in-law included Robert Cheseman*, George Rolle* and Robert Dacres, The Privy Councillor, while his brother's father-in-law was (Sir) John Baldwin*. .... Pakington died at Hampton Lovett on 21 Aug. 1551, five days after making his will, and was buried in the chapel of St. Anne in the parish church despite his own wish to be interred in the chancel. He had made provision for his wife and his daughters, Bridget, wife of John Lyttleton*, and Ursula, wife of William Scudamore, and left numerous small bequests to kinsmen, friends and charities. Pakington's sons had pre-deceased him without issue so that he was succeeded by his nephew Thomas Pakington.
- OTHER SOURCES NAME HER AS ANNE DACRES
- Alice Dacres1
- F, #80461, b. circa 1492
- Father Henry Dacres2 b. c 1468
- Alice Dacres was born circa 1492 at of London, Middlesex, England. She married Sir John Packington, son of John Packington and Elizabeth (Eleanor) Washburne, circa 1519. Alice Dacres was buried on 22 August 1563 at St. Buttolph's, London, Middlesex, England.
- Family Sir John Packington b. c 1490, d. 1560
- Bridget Packington b. c 1522
- 1.[S11572] The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, by Gerald Paget, Vol. II, p. 275.
- 2.[S11572] The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, by Gerald Paget, Vol. II, p. 460.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2678.htm#i80461
- OTHER SOURCES NAME HER AS ANNE DACRES
- Anne Rolle1
- F, #430300, d. 22 August 1563
- Last Edited=11 Sep 2011
- Anne Rolle married, secondly, Sir John Pakington, son of John Pakington and Elizabeth Washbourne.1 She died on 22 August 1563.1
- Her married name became Tychbourne.1 Her married name became Pakington.
- Children of Anne Rolle and Sir John Pakington
- 1.Ursula Pakington2
- 2.Bridget Pakington
- 1.[S37] Volume 2, page 1756. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
- 2.[S37] See. [S37]
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p43030.htm#i430300
Anne (Dacres) Fairthwaite - Pakington's Timeline
of Hampton Lovett, Worcestershire
August 22, 1563
St. Botolph's, Aldersgate Street