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Margaret Stourton

Also Known As: "Margaret Darell", "Margaret Stourton"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Wiltham, Somersetshire, England
Death: Died in Wiltshire, , England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir John Stourton, 1st Lord Stourton, Sheriff of Wiltshire & Gloucestershire; John Stourton, 1st Baron Stourton and Margery Stourton Wadham
Wife of Sir George Darrell, of Littlecote
Mother of Margery Long Darell; Elizabeth Darrell and Anne Darrell
Sister of William Stourton, 2nd Baron Stourton; Reginald Stourton; Nicholas Stourton; John Stourton; Avice Rogers Stourton and 1 other

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About Margaret Stourton

  • Margaret Stourton1,2,3
  • F, #53024, b. circa 1432
  • Father Sir John Stourton, 1st Lord Stourton, Sheriff of Wiltshire & Gloucestershire1,2,3 b. c 1399, d. 25 Nov 1462
  • Mother Margery Wadham1
  • Margaret Stourton was born circa 1432 at England.1 She married Sir George Darrell, Sheriff of Wiltshire, Somersetshire, & Dorsetshire, son of Sir William Darrell, Sheriff of Wiltshire and Elizabeth Calston, circa 1452.2,3
  • Family Sir George Darrell, Sheriff of Wiltshire, Somersetshire, & Dorsetshire b. c 1419, d. Mar 1474
  • Children
    • Elizabeth Darrell+1,2,3 b. c 1454, d. c 1479
    • Margery Darell+4 b. c 1462
  • Citations
  • 1.[S11575] The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, by Gerald Paget, Vol. I, p. 92.
  • 2.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 109-110.
  • 3.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 615.
  • 4.[S61] Unknown author, Family Group Sheets, Family History Archives, SLC.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1764.htm#i53024
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  • Margaret STOURTON
  • Born: 1433, Witham, Somersetshire, England
  • Father: John STOURTON (1° B. Stourton of Stourton)
  • Mother: Margery WADHAM
  • Married: George DARELL (Sir Knight) (son of William Darrell, Esq. and Elizabeth Calston) (w. of Joan Hawte) ABT 1451, Stourton, Wiltshire, England
  • Children:
    • 1. Margery DARELL (m. Thomas Long)
    • 2. Elizabeth DARELL (m. John Seymour)
    • 3. Anne DARELL
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STOURTON.htm#Margaret STOURTON4
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  • Margaret Stourton
  • F, #3334
  • Last Edited=6 May 2008
  • Margaret Stourton was the daughter of John Stourton, 1st Baron Stourton and Marjory Wadham.
  • Child of Margaret Stourton and Sir George Darell
    • 1.Elizabeth Darell+
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p334.htm#i3334
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  • Margaret Stourton1
  • F, #193111
  • Last Edited=24 May 2006
  • Child of Margaret Stourton and Sir George Darrell
    • 1.Margery Darrell+1
  • Citations
  • 1.[S1381] Cheryl Nicol, "re: Long Family," e-mail message to Darryl Lundy, 5 July 2005 to 14 May 2006. Hereinafter cited as "re: Long Family."
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p19312.htm#i193111
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  • History of the noble house of Stourton, of Stourton, in the county of Wilts; (1899)
  • https://archive.org/details/historyofnobleho01mowb
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/80/mode/1up
  • Pg.80
  • Sir John Stourton, by Catherine, daughter of Henry, Lord Beaumont, had issue an only son and heir : —
    • i. — Sir William Stourton, Lord of the Manor and Advowson of Stourton, held of the Castle of Cary, Co. Somerset, father of Sir John Stourton, created Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts., and of whom afterwards.
  • Sir John Stourton, by his second wife, Jane or Joan, daughter of Ralph, Lord Basset, had issue : —
    • ii. — John Stourton, of Brimpton and Preston, .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/97/mode/1up
  • Pg.97
    • CHART Pg.97-100
  • Sir John Stourton, Lord of Preston, Co. Somerset. Called John, Lord Stourton in the Visitation of Beds., and Constable of Corfe Castle 1st March, 4 Richard II. Witnessed Robert, Lord Fitz Payne's charter of the Manor and Advowson of Stourton, Co. Wilts, 40 Edward III. Described by his son, John Stourton, of Preston, as sometime Lord of Stourton, Co. Wilts. Sheriff of Counties Dorset and Wilts., 1377. Buried in the Abby of Stavordale, Co. Somerset. = Catherine, daughter of Henry Lord Beaumont, confirmed by Hoare's copy of the College of Arms pedigree and by Edmonson.; ch: (Pg.98 Sir William (m. Elizabeth Moygne) Stourton); = Jane, daughter of Ralph, Lord Basset, confirmed by Hoare's copy of the College of Arms pedigree, by Edmondson, and by Brydes' Collins' Peerage.; ch: (Pg.98 Edith (m. Sir John Beauchamp & Sir Robert Shottesbroke) Stourton.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/98/mode/1up
  • Pg.98
  • Sir William Stourton, Lord of Stourton, Co. Wilts., son and heir. Speaker of the House of Commons. Steward of the Principality of Wwales. Died on Monday after the feast of St. Lambert, 1 Henry V., 1413, and buried in the Priory of Witham, Co. Somerset. Will proved 22nd Sept., 1413, Ad. cum Test. granted 23rd Sept., 1413. = Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Sir John Maygne, of Maddington, Co., Wilts., and Estaines, Co. Essex, knight. Married 22 Richard II. Buried with her husband in the Priory of Witham, Co. Somerset.; ch: Sir John (m. Margery Wadham) Stourton.
  • Sir John Stourton, ceated Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts. Lord and Patron of Strouton. Sheriff of Co. Wilts., Sheriff of Co. Gloucester, Treasurer of the Household. Served in the wars of France and Normandy. Died on St. Catherine's day, 1462. = Margery Wadham, dau. of Sir John Waldham, of Merryfield, Co. Somerset, knight. The Wadhams had long been connected with the Stourton family, see under John Stourton of Preston, Co. Somerset.; ch: Margaret (m. Sir George Darell) Stourton.
  • Margaret Stourton, who is shewn by Hoare, Edmondson and Collins as a daughter of John, first Lord Stourton, as well as by Harl. MS. 1074. = Sir George Darell, of Little, Co. Wilts., knight. Keeper of the great wardrobe to Edward IV. Sheriff of Co. Wilts. 33 Henry VI., and 1, 5, and 9 Edward IV.; ch: Elizabeth Darell First wife. Besides her eldest son, she had a numerous family, her daughter, Margaret Seymour, having married Sir Nicholas Wadham. = John Seymour, who seated himself at Wolthall, Co. Wilts., aged 14 years in 1464, 4 Edward IV., at the death of his grandfather.
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  • Sir William Stourton, Lord of the Manor of Stourton, Co. Wilts., son and heir of Sir John Stourton, of Preston, Co. Somerset, and of Stourton, Co. Wilts., by Catherine, his wife, daughter of Henry, Lord Beaumont, confirmed by Hoare's copy of the College of Arms pedigree and by Edmondson. Collins placed him as eldest son of Sir John Stourton, by his second wife, Jane, daughter of Ralph, Lord Basset. Harleian MS. 1074 shewed him as eldest son of John Stourton without giving his mother's name. John Stourton, of Preston, senior, described himself in his will as brother of William Stourton, son and heir of John Stourton, sometime Lord of Stourton. In the inscription to Edith Stourton's memory she is called "Editha Soror' Will'i Storton." He appears to have been one of her trustees of the Manor of Ashmore, Co. Dorset. Sir William Dugdale started his pedigree of the Stourton family with this Sir William Stourton, stating that the family was of great antiquity in Wiltshire, taking its denomination from the town of Stourton, and it from the river Stoure, on the bank whereof it was situated.
  • He had a remainder in his father's Preston Pluckenet property in tail, contingent on failure of issue of his father by Alice, his wife.
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  • Sir William Stourton married, 21 Richard II., Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of Sir John Moyne, of Maddington, Co. Wilts., Buckhorn Weston, Co. Dorset, and Estaine, Co. Essex, knight(*), Lardiner at the Coronation of Henry V. Testa de Nevile stated in effect that the Manor of Owre Moyne was held by Ralph Moyne, of the Lord the King, by serjeanty of his kitchen, as his ancestors had done from the time of Henry I., and also by serjeanty of purveying that which belonged to the kitchen of the Lord the King(t). Sir John Moigne claimed to hold the Manors of Ogres or Owres, Co. Dorset, Maddington, Co. Wilts., and Eyston, Co. Essex, per .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/105/mode/1up
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  • It was found by the Inquisition taken after the death of Sir William Stourton, in 1 Henry V., at Dunmow, Co. Essex, that Sir John Moigne, knight, had been seised of the Manor of Estanes ad Montem, Co. Essex, with the advowson of the church there, in his demesne as of fee, as being settled to him and his heirs for ever, and being so seised, he had granted that Lordship, Manor and Advowson to Elizabeth, his daughter, then wife of Sir William Stourton, to hold of the said Elizabeth and the heirs of her body lawfully issuing by her husband, William Stourton, and that on the 20th May, 21 Richard II., a license had been obtained from the King confirming the said grant, and the Inquisition proved that John Stourton was son and next heir of the said Elizabeth by Sir William Stourton. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/106/mode/1up
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  • .... that his son, John Stourton, called "Junior" (afterwards Lord Stourton), presented on the 5th of January, 1427. The fact that in this entry John Stourton is called "Junior," supports our contention that John Stourton, of Preston and Brimpton, his uncle, described himself as "Senior" to distinguish himself from his nephew, John, 1st Lord Stourton.(*) .... etc. William, 2nd Lord Stourton, presented on the 29th of March, 1477, but his son, John, 3rd Lord Stourton (called by Newcourt a knight only), never presented. Of him, Newcourt stated that he, "dying about 1484, leaving Katherine, his widow, who, afterwards, marrying with John Brereton, Esq., together, with him, presented to the same in 1486," which was on the 21st July, 1486, when "John Brereton, Ar', and Dom' Katherina Sturton. uxor sua ratione custodise Franc', Dom' Sturton," by "virtue of the guardianship of Francis, (4th) Lord Stourton, his (Sir John, 3rd Lord Stourton's) son and heir (by the said Katherine, Lady Stourton), who dying in his minority, or, at least, without issue, Sir William, afterwards (5th) L[ord] Stourton, his (Sir John, 3rd Lord Stourton's) brother, became his heir," who, "whilst a kt. granted the advowson hereof, for two Turns, to the Abby of Titley near adjoyning, by virtue whereof, John Fan, and others, presented two of the Abbots thereof successively thereto, A. 1504(23rd Dec.) and 1520 (5th Dec.)," when, after a lapse, whereupon the Bishop of London presented 18th July, 1531, we find William, 7th Lord Stourton, presented, as the last of his family, 1st August, 1536, for he disposed of the Manor and Advowson by sale to Sir Ralph Warren, Alderman and Lord Mayor of London in 1536 and 1543.(+)
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  • Sir William Stourton had issue by his wife, Elizabeth, daughter and coheir (or sole heir) of Sir John Moigne, knight, two children only, as confirmed by every historian and evidenced by his will, in which he mentioned them, viz., one son and heir, who was created a Baron in the peerage oi England, and one daughter, as follows : — .... etc.
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  • The Right Honourable Sir John Stourton, knight, P.C., Treasurer of the Royal Household, created Baron and Lord Stourton, of Stourton, Co. Wilts., in the Peerage of England, only son and heir of Sir William Stourton, knight, Speaker of the House of Commons, knight in Parliament for the shires of Somerset, Wilts., and Dorset, and Lord of Stourton, Co. Wilts., Great Easton, Co. Essex, Sopley, Co. Hants and of several other Manors, by Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and coheir (or sole heir) of Sir John Moigne, knight, by Catherine (Belvale,) his wife. He was born in 1399 and was aged 14 years on the death of his father in 1413. .... etc.
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  • Lord Stourton, by Margery, his only wife (who was under age in 1411), daughter of Sir John Wadham,(*) knight, of Merefield, Co. Somerset, one of the Puisne Justices of the Court of Common Pleas, 1388-1397, by Joan Wrottesley, his wife, had issue :(f)
    • i. — The Right Honourable William, Lord Stourton, who succeeded his father as the 2nd Baron and Lord Stourton of Stourton, Co. Wilts, in the Peerage of England, and of whom afterwards.
    • ii. — Sir Reginald Stourton, knight, who married Margaret, widow(+) of Sir Alexander Hody, of Bower, Co. Somerset, knight, M.P. for that county in 1443, 1448, 1449, 1454. .... etc, It will be seen later that Joan Stourton, sister of Sir Reginald Stourton, married Richard Warre of Hestercomb. On the iifh of February, 1445, .... etc. Collins, Edmondson, and others, asserted that Margaret, (||) wife of Sir Reginald Stourton, was widow, not daughter, of Alexander Hody. Sir Reginald Stourton was appointed .... etc.
    • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/207/mode/1up
    • Pg.207
    • Hoare ascribed to him two sons, John and Nicholas Stourton, who died young and sine prole, whom Edmondson and Collins said were his brothers. But Harleian MS. 1074 shewed William, 2nd Lord Stourton, and Sir Reginald Stourton as the only two sons of John, 1st Lord Stourton, although the other authorities alleged there were (with John and Nicholas Stourton) four sons. They all agreed that Sir Reginald Stourton had a daughter, who married Oliver Calminow, alias Carminow. Sir Reginald Stourton is also mentioned under William, 2nd Lord Stourton.
    • iii.- — John Stourton, who obiit sine prole, and a son (with his brother Nicholas) of John, 1st Lord Stourton, according to Edmondson and Collins, but son (with his brother Nicholas,) of Sir Reginald Stourton, in Hoare's copy of the College of Arms pedigree.
    • iv. — Nicholas Stourton, obiit sine prole, confirmed as in the case of his brother, John Stourton, but neither he nor his brother John, were shewn as sons of John, 1st Lord Stourton, in Harl. MS. 1074.
    • v. — Margaret Stourton, married Sir George Darell, of Littlecote, Co. Wilts, knight. Sheriff of Wilts 33 Henry VI., and 1, 5 and 9 Edward IV. Heir of his mother, Elizabeth Darell, wife of William Darell, Esquire, and daughter of Thomas Calston, Esquire, of Littlecote, and thus acquired that estate, which was sold by his descendant to Sir John Popham. His mother died 18th June, 4 Edward IV., seised of Podriggebury Manor, then held of Elizabeth Venour, as of her Manor of Westbury in Offeley, Sir George Darell being then 36 years and upwards, and seised in fee thereof, which he granted by charter 14th February, 13 Edward IV., to Thomas, Cardinal Archbishop of Canterbury, and others, in fee simple, and died on Monday before the Feast of the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary then last. With his brother-in-law, Sir Reginald Stourton, he was appointed by the king on the 20th October, 1462, a commissioner to array and muster the king's liege subjects of Co. Wilts, in consequence of notice having then been received of an intended invasion by the Scots and French at the instigation of the great rebels of his kingdom. Sir George Darell was keeper of the great wardrobe to King Edward IV. Their daughter :—
      • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/208/mode/1up
      • Pg.208
      • Elizabeth Darell, married, as his first wife, Sir John Seymour, knight, who was an infant 14 years old in 1464, at the death of his grandfather, Sir John Seymour, knight, of Evinswinden, who was aged 20 years in 1420. The latter's son and heir, John Seymour, predeceased his father, and was, by Elizabeth, daugher and heir to Sir Robert Coker, of Laurence-Lydiard, Co. Somerset, father of the above-mentioned Sir John Seymour, knight, who seated himself at Wolfhall(*), Co. Wilts, and their son: -- .... etc
    • https://archive.org/stream/historyofnobleho01mowb#page/209/mode/1up
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    • vi. — Jane (or Joan) Stourton, married Richard Warre, of Hestercombe, Co. Somerset, Esquire(*). .... etc.
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  • John, Lord Stourton, died on St. Catherine's day, the 25th day of November, 1462, and the Inquisitions taken after his death shew he died seized of considerable manors, advowsons, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the Counties of Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucester, Southampton, Essex, London, Middlesex and Wilts, leaving William Stourton, his son and next heir, aged 32 years, who succeeded his father in the peerage as William, 2nd Lord Stourton.
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  • The Right Honourable William, Lord Stourton, 2nd Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts, in the peerage of England, son and heir of Sir John Stourton, knight, of Stourton aforesaid, who had been created Baron of Stourton by Letters Patent on the 13th May, 1448, by Margaret, (or Margery) his only wife, daughter of Sir John Wadham, knight, of Merryfield, Co. Somerset, one of the Puisne Judges of the Court of Common Pleas.
  • Lord Stourton succeeded his father in the Stourton peerage on St. Catherine's day, 25th November, 1462(*). He inherited the vast estates which his father succeeded to, some of which descended paternally, as coming from Sir William Stourton, and some through his wife, Elizabeth Moigne ; and those which John, Lord Stourton, inherited under the charter of John Hame, and by purchase, as well as by favour of Henry VI. He was born about 1432, and was aged 30 years on the 25th November, 1462, and in the same year he had livery of his fathers estates, but his homage was respited, .... etc.
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  • This estate was settled as the jointure of Margaret, Lady Stourton, who after the death of her first husband, William, 2nd Lord Stourton, presented with her second husband. Sir John Cheyne or Cheyney, knight. Lord Cheyney, K.G., who died sine prole on the 30th May, 1499. .... etc.
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  • He married Margaret, eldest daughter and coheir of Sir John Chidiock, knight, of Chidiock and Caundle, Co. Dorset, .... etc.
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  • John Seymour of Wulfhall, of Stapleford/Stalbridge, of Stinchcombe and of Huish, all in Wiltshire (c. 1450 - 26 October 1491) was warden of Savernake Forest and a significant English landowner in the counties of Wiltshire and Somerset.
  • He was the grandfather of Jane Seymour, one of the queens of Henry VIII of England, and thus great-grandfather of King Edward VI.
  • Seymour was the eldest of the three sons of John Seymour (c. 1425–1463), who had been a Knight of the Shire for Wiltshire and High Sheriff of Wiltshire, by his marriage to Elizabeth (born about 1436), daughter of Sir Robert Coker of Lydeard St Lawrence, Somerset. Seymour's father died in 1463 and he succeeded his grandfather, another John Seymour, on his .... etc.
  • Seymour married firstly Elizabeth Darrell (born c. 1451), daughter of Sir George Darrell (died c. 1474) of Littlecote, Wiltshire, by his marriage to Margaret Stourton (born c. 1433), a daughter of John Stourton, 1st Baron Stourton, and of Margery or Marjory Wadham; and with her had four sons and four daughters:[2][3] .... etc.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Seymour_(died_1491)
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  • Collectanea topographica et genealogica (1834)
  • https://archive.org/details/collectaneatopog01londuoft
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    • No. XIII. f. 317, 317b, 318, 319. PEDIGREE CHART
  • John Stourton.; ch: William (m. Elizabeth Moyne), Pg.313 John or Jenkyn (m._ & _ Payne & _ Peny), Edith (m. Sir John Beauchamp & Robert Shottesbroke) Stourton
    • William Stourton. = Elizabeth, dau. and one of the heirs of Sir John Moyne, Knt.; ch: John (m. Margery Wadham), Margaret (m. William Carent, Esq.) Stourton.
      • John Lord Stourton. = Margery, dau. of Sir Jhn Wadham, Knt.; ch: William (m. Margaret Chideoke), Sir Reginald (m. Margaret wid. of Alexander Hody), Jane (m. Richard Ware), Margaret (m. Sir George Darell) Stourton.
        • William Lord Stourton, wedded Margaret, dau. and one of the heirs of Sir John Chidoke, Knt.; ch: John, William, Edw. (m. Agnes Flauntleroy), Edith, Elizabeth, Alianor, Ralph, John, Richard, Katherine (m. Sir William Berkeley & Lord Grey), Margaret (m. James Chidley), Alice (m. _ Philpott), Avice (m. Harry Rogers, Esq.) Stourton.
        • Margaret, wedd. to Sir George Darell, Knt.; ch: Margery, Anne, Elizabeth (m. _ Seymour, Esq.) Darell.
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  • Stourton, Baron (E, 1448)
  • John [Stourton], 1st Baron Stourton, PC
  • son and heir of Sir William de Stourton by his wife Elizabeth Moigne, dau. of Sir John Moigne, of Maddington, co. Wiltshire, and Easton, co. Essex
  • born c. 1399
  • mar. Margery Wadham, dau. of Sir John Wadham, of Merrifield, co. Somerset, a Puisne Justice of the Court of Common Pleas 1388-97, by his second wife Joan Wrottesley
  • children
    • 1. William Stourton, later 2nd Baron Stourton
    • 2. Sir Reginald Stourton, mar. Margaret Hody, widow of Sir Alexander Hody, of Bowen, co. Somerset, and had issue
    • 3. John Stourton (dsp.)
    • 4. Nicholas Stourton (dsp.)
    • 1. Margaret Stourton, mar. Sir George Darell, of Littlecote, co. Wiltshire, and had issue
    • 2. Joan Stourton, mar. Richard Warre, of Hestercomb, co. Somerset
  • died 25 Nov 1462
  • created 13 May 1448 Baron Stourton, of Stourton in the County of Wiltshire, with limitation to the heirs male of his body
  • suc. by son
  • note Member of Parliament for Wiltshire 1421 and 1425 and for Dorset 1423; Sheriff of Wiltshire 1426-27, 1433 and 1437, of Somerset and Dorset 1428 and of Gloucestershire and the March of Wales 1432 and 1439; knighted before 1432; Commissioner for various purposes 1435/6 to 1443; Privy Councillor 1437; had the custody of the Duke of Orleans at Stourton 1438-39; Treasurer of the Household 1446; granted the Castle of Old Sarum and the office of Surveyor of the King's Forests, Parks, etc. in Wiltshire 1446/7; Joint Guardian of Calais 1450-54; Commissioner to treat with the ambassadors from the Duchess of Burgundy 1450/1 and in other commissions 1452-62; signed the Ordinances for the regulation of the King's Household 1454; granted the farm of the King's castle of Mere, co. Wiltshire, and the custody of the King's park there 1461
  • William [Stourton], 2nd Baron Stourton
  • born c. 1430
  • mar. bef. 18 May 1450 Margaret Chidiock (mar. (2) John [Cheyne], 1st Baron Cheyne; d. 12 Mar 1502/3), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Sir John Chidiock, of Chidiock and Caundle, co. Dorset, by his wife Katherine Lumley, dau. of Sir Ralph Lumley
  • children.... etc
  • From: http://www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk/online/content/stourton1448.htm
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  • Margaret Stourton[1]
  • Father John Stourton, Baron Stourton, b. Abt 1399, of, Stourton, Wiltshire, England , d. 25 Nov 1462
  • Mother Margery Wadham, b. Bef 1411, of, Merrifield, Somerset, England
  • Family Sir George Darell, of, Littlecote, Ramsbury, Wiltshire, England , d. Aft 1468
  • Children
    • 1. Elizabeth Darrel, of, Littlecote, Ramsbury, Wiltshire, England
  • Sources
  • 1.[S351] Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, Pine, L. G. (Leslie Gilbert), -1987 (Added Author), (London : Burke's Peerage, 1956 101st edition), Eng D22b., p. 1571.
  • From: https://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I153997&tree=Nixon
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  • 'Stourton01'
  • TCP Stourton) refers to a pedigree of this family that commences with Botolph and says that it "was long ago disposed of by Round." The pedigree we show comes from BP1934 (Mowbray) and is assumed to be the one that is deemed by TCP to be insecure down to the Sir William who was alive in 1325.
  • Botulph de Stourton (a c1070)
  • m. Anne (dau of Godwin, Earl of Wessex and Kent)
    • 1. Sir Robert de Stourton
    • Collins reports that Robert's father was Sir Ralph (de) Stourton who "when William the Conqueror entered into the West, was among those who broke down the Sea-Walls of the Severn".
      • A. Sir William de Stourton
        • i. Sir Michael de Stourton
        • m. Mary Mauduit (dau of John, Lord Mauduit)
          • a. Sir John Stourton (dvp)
          • BP1934 suggests that Sir John's wife, Gracia, was daughter of Thomas, Lord Hungerford. However, as was kindly brought to our attention by a site visitor (APH, 19.03.06), the dates for any such Grace Hungerford do not match with Sir John's likely dates. Collins identifies John's wife merely as ...
          • m. Grace
            • (1) Eudo Stourton (dvp)
            • (2) Sir Ralph Stourton of Stourton (a 1291)
            • m. Alice Berkeley (dau of Thomas, Lord Berkeley)
              • (A) Edward / Eudo Stourton (dvp)
              • (B) Sir William Stourton of Stourton (a 1325)
              • TCP reports that this William may well have been son of Ralph and that from this William "thereafter the pedigree is clear", although (as noted) there are some queries regarding some of the wives.
              • m. Joan Vernon (dau of Sir Richard Vernon of Horningham) named by TCP as just Joan
                • (i) Sir John Stourton of Stourton, Sheriff of Dorset and Somerset (a 1381)
                • TCP identifies John's wives as Lettice (probably mother of William) and Alice.
                • m1. Catherine Beaumont (dau of Henry Beaumont, 3rd Lord)
                  • (a) Sir William Stourton of Stourton (d 1413)
                  • m. (before 1398) Elizabeth Moyne (dau of John Moyne (le Moigne) of Maddington)
                    • ((1)) Sir John Stourton, Sheriff of Wiltshire then Gloucestershire, 1st Lord (b c1399, d 25.11.1462)
                    • m. Margery Wadham (dau of Sir John Wadham of Merefield by Joan Wrottesley)
                      • ((A)) William Stourton, 2nd Lord (b c1432, d 18.02.1477-8)
                      • m. Margaret Chidiock (dau of Sir John Chidiock)
                        • ((i)) .... etc.
                      • ((B)) Sir Reginald Stourton
                      • m. Margaret (widow of Sir Alexander Holy of Bowen)
                        • ((i)) .... etc.
                      • ((C)) Margaret Stourton
                      • m. Sir George Darrell of Littlecote
                      • ((D)) Joan Stourton
                      • m. Richard Warre of Hestercomb (dsp 1482-3)
                      • ((E))+ other issue (dsp) - John, Nicholas
                    • ((2)) .... etc.
  • Main sources: BP1934 (Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton) with some support from Collins (1741, Stourton)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/ss4tz/stourton01.php#dau3
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Margaret Stourton's Timeline

1433
1433
Wiltham, Somersetshire, England
1452
1452
Age 19
Ramsbury, Wiltshire, England
1454
1454
Age 21
Ramsbury, , England
1456
1456
Age 23
Ramsbury, Wiltshire, England
1460
1460
Age 27
Abt. 1451 Of Stourton, Wiltshire, England
1465
1465
Age 32
Wiltshire, , England