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Catherine Winslow (Bucke)

Nicknames: "Katherine Bucke"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Droitwich, Worcestershire, England
Death: Died in Droitwich, Worcestershire , England
Place of Burial: St. Andrews, Worcestershire, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Kenelm Bucke and Ellen De Neville
Wife of Kenelm Winslow
Mother of Edward Winslow; John Winslow; Richard Winslow; Alice Winslow and Francis Winslow
Sister of Mary Bucke Winslow and Francis Bucke
Half sister of Thomas Foliot

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About Catherine Winslow (Bucke)

Catherine Bucke

  • Birth about 1530 Droitwich, Worchestershire, England
  • Gender Female
  • Buried Apr 1607 St. Andrews, Worcestershire, England
  • Died 4 Apr 1607 St. Andrews, Worcestershire, England
  • Father Kenelm Bucke, b. 1504, Kempsey, Worcestershire, England
  • Mother Ellen Neville, b. 1511, Shenstone, Staffordshire, England

Married

  1. Kenelm Wynslowe, b. Abt 1543, Droitwich, Worchestershire, England Married 1550 Worcestershire, England

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The few things I could find about her are conflicting or unsubstantiated. Also refered to as Catherine.

As she was most likely from Droitwich, I thought I would post a few interesting things about that borough.

Droitwich was the site of a Roman villa or spa, but how far its salt was worked on a commercial scale there is nothing to show. The Anglo-Saxon charters give the first direct evidence proving that the salt springs had given the place commercial importance, but most of those which enter into detail are open to suspicion. In a list of Worcester charters a grant is calendared by which Ethelbald of Mercia gave two camina or furances in Wich to Worcester Priory and gustarium salis, perhaps a measure of the salt water to be boiled in the furnaces. In a genuine charter of date 888 the signatures are stated to be given 'in publico conventu ad Saltwic congregato,' and the place of the Witan's assembly is identified by Kemble as Droitwich.

But the best evidence of the value set in early English times upon the salt springs of Droitwich is to be found in the Domesday Book. In 1086 Droitwich was assessed at 10 hides, and of these 10 a quarter, 2½ hides, lay in Witton, so that this hamlet had already become associated, for fiscal purposes at all events, with the more important though possibly later settlement of Droitwich. Droitwich is not styled 'burgus' in Domesday Book, neither is it treated as a royal manor. The king had rights in it but did not 'lord' it. Of the 10 hides which rendered geld, a half-hide was attached to the king's hall at Gloucester; the remaining hides were distributed among certain churches and tenants in chief of the king. What William I held in demesne was the whole of the salt springs, the 'pits.' To other men had been given salinae, seals, portions of the salt water; but in the wells or pits at that time sunk the Norman king had undivided lordship. King Edward the Confessor had held a share only in the springs; he had shared with the earl, whose right may have been that of the original under-king. Both king and earl had farmed their rights in the Confessor's time for a total farm of £76. That the king's total had once been £80 is indicated by the claim of the Abbey of Westminster to a tenth, £8, a sum which was still being paid in the time of Edward III. There had been further decline since the Confessor's day, for William's farm from the sheriff was 65 pounds by weight. The king had eight pits or wells, five unnamed, three named, Upwic, Midelwic and Helperic. This last must be a personal name. Later we shall find pits in three districts known as Upwich, Middlewich and Nethermostwich, or Netherwich, and we shall find that it is shares in these pits that carry the burgess-ship. Upwich lay on the north side of the Salwarpe, Middlewich probably on the south. Netherwich is still a district, and lies west of the old site of St. Nicholas's Church. From each spring the king in the Confessor's time had a certain number of salinae or 'seals,' shares of salt water to be boiled in houses which later got the name of 'seals.' The yield of 'seals' from the five unnamed pits appears in Domesday as small compared with that from the named pits. Besides his 'seals' the king had also hocci, a word which occurs only in connexion with royal rights and is given once as hoch.

Much more here

http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43091

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  • Catherine Bucke
  • F, #26354, b. circa 1530
  • Father Kenelm Bucke b. c 1500
  • Mother Ellen Neville b. c 1504
  • Catherine Bucke married William Winslow, son of Thomas Winslow, Esq. and Cecilia Agnes Tansley. Catherine Bucke was born circa 1530 at of Kempsey, Worcestershire, England.
  • Family William Winslow d. a 1540
  • Child
    • Kenelm Winslow+ d. 14 Apr 1607
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p878.htm#i26354
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  • Ellen NEVILLE
  • Born: ABT 1511, Shenstone, Staffordshire, England
  • Died: AFT 1547, England
  • Father: Thomas NEVILLE (Esq.)
  • Mother: Lettice HARCOURT
  • Married: Kenelm BUCKE 1529, Kempsey, Worcestershire, England
  • Children:
    • 1. Catherine BUCKE
    • 2. Mary BUCKE
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/NEVILLE3.htm#Ellen NEVILLE1
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  • Catherine Bucke
  • Birth 1530 Droitwich, Worchestershire, England
  • Buried Apr 1607 St. Andrews, Worcestershire, England
  • Died 4 Apr 1607 St. Andrews, Worcestershire, England
  • Father Kenelm Bucke, b. 1504, Kempsey, Worcestershire, England
  • Mother Ellen Neville, b. 1511, Shenstone, Staffordshire, England
  • Family Kenelm Wynslowe, b. Abt 1543, Droitwich, Worchestershire, England
  • Married 1550 Worcestershire, England
  • From: http://winslowtree.com/tree/getperson.php?personID=I600&tree=Winslow
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  • THE INFORMATION LISTED HERE IS FOR ELIZABETH FOLIOTT

http://winslowtree.com/tree/getperson.php?personID=I66&tree=Winslow

Elizabeth Foliott

Birth Abt 1540 Pyrton, Worcester, England

Gender Female

Died Bef 1607 Droitwich, Worchestershire, England

Father John Foliott, b. Abt 1500, Near Pyrton, Worcester, England

Mother Eleanor Moore, b. Abt 1508, Near Pyrton, Worcester, England

Family Kenelm Wynslowe, b. Abt 1543, Droitwich, Worchestershire, England

Married Abt 1560 Worcester, England

Children > 1. Edward Winslow, Sr., b. 17 Oct 1560, St.Andrew, Droitwich, Worcestershire, England

 2. John Winslow, b. Abt 1560, Droitwich, Worchestershire, England  
 3. Richard Winslow, b. Aft 1585, Kempsey, Worcestershire, England  
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Catherine Winslow's Timeline

1530
1530
Droitwich, Worcestershire, England
1540
January 29, 1540
Age 10
1550
1550
Age 20
Of Kempsey, Worcester, England
1560
October 17, 1560
Age 30
Droitwich, Worcestershire, England
1562
1562
Age 32
Droitwich, Worcester, England
1585
1585
Age 55
Kempsey, Droitwich, Worcestershire, England
1607
April 4, 1607
Age 77
Droitwich, Worcestershire , England
April 1607
Age 77
St. Andrews, Worcestershire, England
1931
April 21, 1931
Age 77
April 21, 1931
Age 77