Philip Wentworth, Sir
|Birthplace:||Nettlestead, Suffolk, Englnd|
|Death:||Died in New Sarum Abbey, Wiltshire, England|
|Cause of death:||Beheaded|
|Place of Burial:||Friars Manor, Ipswich, England|
Son of Sir Roger Wentworth and Margaret Wentworth, Baroness
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About Philip Wentworth, Sir
Sir Phillip Wentworth fought for King Henry VI in The Wars of the Roses, which were a series of dynastic wars fought between supporters of two rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet: the houses of Lancaster and York (whose heraldic symbols were the "red" and the "white" rose, respectively) for the throne of England. They were fought in several sporadic episodes between 1455 and 1485, although there was related fighting both before and after this period. The final victory went to a relatively remote Lancastrian claimant, Henry Tudor, who defeated the last Yorkist king Richard III and married Edward IV's daughter Elizabeth of York to unite the two houses. The House of Tudor subsequently ruled England and Wales for 117 years. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wars_of_the_Roses
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Wentworth - *Roger's elder son, 'Sir Philip', was father of Sir Henry Wentworth (d 1499), whose daughter Margery (d 1550) married Sir John Seymour (d 1536) of Wolfhall, and was mother of Queen Jane Seymour, of Protector Somerset, and grandmother of Edward VI.
- 'Sir Philip Wentworth 1424 - 1464
- Title Sir
- 'Birth 1424 Nettlestead, Suffolk, England
- Gender Male
- 'Died 18 May 1464
- Father Roger Wentworth, Esquire, b. Abt 1401, North Elmsall, Yorkshire, England , d. 21 Oct 1452, Nettlestead, Suffolk, England
- Mother Margery Despenser, b. Abt 1397, Nettlestead, Suffolk, England , d. 20 Apr 1478, , Cambridge, England
- 'Family Mary Clifford, b. Abt 1426, Appleby, Westmoreland, England , d. unknown
- 1. Henry Wentworth, b. Abt 1444, Nettlestead, Suffolk, England , d. Aug 1499
- 2. Margaret Wentworth, b. Abt 1446, Nettlestead, Suffolk, England , d. 28 Apr 1479
- 'The Wentworth genealogy, comprising the origin of the name, the family in England, and a particular account of Elder William Wentworth, the emigrant, and of his descendants (1870)
- XIII. John Wentworth, Esq., of North Elmsall, who married Agnes, sister and co-heir of Sir William Dronsfield, of West Bretton, in Yorkshire, and living in 1413. He had four sons, viz:
- 2. Sir Roger Wentworth, who married Margery, relict of John Lord de Roos (who died without issue, 22 March, 1421-2). She was daughter and heir of Philip le Despencer, of Nettlestead,* County Suffolk, by Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Sir Robert Tiptoft, of Nettlestead, and relict of William Scrope, Earl of Wiltshire. Sir Roger settled at Nettlestead, and died before his wife. Lady Margery died 20 April 1478. Her Will was dated 30 August, 1477, and proved 28 May 1478. He was settled at Nettlestead, and became ancestor of the Barons Wentworth of Nettlestead and the Earl of Cleveland. His direct line terminated in Lady Anne Wentworth, who married John, Lord Lovelace. He was also the ancestor of the Wentworths of Gosfield, in the county of Essex, members of which family were scattered over the kingdom, especially in the counties of Bucks, Oxford, and Dorset. From Lady Anne Wentworth, who married John, Lord Lovelace, was descended Anna Isabel (born 1794, and died 16 May, 1860), daughter and heir of Sir Ralph Milbanke and grand daughter of Sir Edward Noel, Baronet, Lord Wentworth. She married, in 1815, the celebrated poet, Lord Byron, whose name was George Gordon, and left an only child, Ada, who married Earl Lovelace, and died, in 1852, leaving children.
- *Sir Roger had the following issue:
- 1. 'Sir Philip, of whom hereafter.
- 2. Henry Wentworth, Esq., of Codham Hall, County Essex, the first of the family who settled in that county. He died 22 March, 1482-3, having had two wives. by the 2d, Jane, daughter of Henry Fitz Lewes, who survived him, he had no issue. By his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Henry Howard( 2d son of Sir John Howard, by Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Hussey, of Co. Sussex, Kt.,) he had, with other issue, Sir Roger Wentworth, of Codham Hall, aforesaid, Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire in 1499, and died 9 August 1539, who married Anne, only daughter and heir of Humphrey Tyrrell, Esq., of Little Warley, Co. Essex. She died 28 August, 1534, leaving, with other issue, Sir John Wentworth, Kt., of Gosfield, Co. Essex, born 1494, died 15 September, 1567; he married Anne, daughter of John Bettenham, Esq., of Pluckley, Co. Kent, who was buried at Gosfield, Co. Essex, 30 November, 1595. They had two daughters. One of them, Anne, married three times: 1st. Sir Hugh Rich, 2d son of Lord Chancellor Rich, who died 1 November 1554; 2d. Henry Fitzallen, Lord Maltravers, who died in 1556; and 3d. Wm. Deane, Esq. Lady Maltravers was buried in Gosfield Church, 10 January, 1580-1. The other daughter of Sir John and Lady Anne Wentworth, viz., Mary, was married at Gosfield, 9 February, 1545-6, to Sir Thos. Wentworth, Kt., 2d Baron of Nettlestead. She died without issue, and evidently shortly after her marriage. (See forward to number 19 of this note for further account of her husband.)
- 3. Thomas, a priest, one of his mother's executors.
- 4. Elizabeth, who married Sir John Calthorpe.
- 5. Margaret, who married Sir William Hopton, Kt.
- 6 Agnes, who married Sir Robert Constable, Kt.
- The direct line was continued by
- (15) 'Sir Philip Wentworth, Kt., of Nettlestead, who married Mary, daughter of John, Lord Clifford, of Westmoreland, and had issue as follows:--
- 1. Sir Henry Wentworth, Kt., of whom hereafter.
- 2. Margaret, who married Sir Thomas Cotton, Kt., of Landwade, Co. Cambridge.
- 3. Another daughter, who married St. Rose Constable, Kt., of Flamborough, Co. York.
- The line was continued by
- *Sir Roger had the following issue:
- 'Sir Philip Wentworth, Knight, of Nettlestead, Suffolk (1424 - 18 May 1464) was an English knight.
- 'He was Usher of the King's Chamber, King's Sergeant, Esquire of the Body, King's Carver, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, Knight of the Shire for Suffolk, Constable of Llanstephen and Clare Castles, Chief Steward of the Honour of Clare.
- 'He was the son of Sir Roger Wentworth, Esq., then Kt., of Parlington, Yorkshire, and of Nettlestead, Suffolk (died 24 October 1452), by wife, as her second husband, married before 2 March 1422/1423, Margery or Margaret Despencer (c. 1400 - 20 April 1478), widow of John de Ros, 8th Baron de Ros, daughter and heiress of Philip le Despencer, 1st Baron le Despencer, Knight.
- 'He married Mary Clifford, daughter of John Clifford, 7th Baron de Clifford and Lady Elizabeth Percy.
- From Douglas Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry:
- 'In 1458 he and his mother, Margery, Lady Ros, and their children "of both sexes" received a papal indult that a confessor of their choice may absolve them from all their vows and grant them absolution for their sins.
- 'Philip Wentworth served in the army of King Henry VI of England, and died intestate 18 May 1464, being beheaded at Middleham, Yorkshire, after the Battle of Hexham, where he had been taken prisoner by the Yorkists. His wife, Mary, was buried at the Friars Minor at Ipswich, Suffolk.
- Sir Henry Wentworth, His daughter Margery Wentworth married Sir John Seymour and had several notable children
- Elizabeth Wentworth m. Martin De La See, Knight, of Barmston, East Riding of Yorkshire, son of Brian De La See, by Maud, daughter of John Monceaux.
- 'Sir Philip Wentworth, Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk1,2
- M, b. circa 1424, d. 18 May 1464
- Father Roger Wentworth, Esq.3 d. 24 Oct 1452
- Mother Margery le Despenser3 b. c 1398, d. 20 Apr 1478
- 'Sir Philip Wentworth, Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk was born circa 1424 at of Nettlestead, Suffolk, England.3 He married Mary Clifford, daughter of Sir John de Clifford, 7th Lord Clifford, Sheriff of Westmoreland and Elizabeth Percy, circa 1446; They had 1 son (Henry) and 2 daughters (Margaret & Elizabeth).4,3 Sir Philip Wentworth, Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk died on 18 May 1464 at Middleham, Yorkshire, England; Beheaded after the Battle of Hexham.5,3
- Family Mary Clifford
- Elizabeth Wentworth+3 b. c 1441, d. b 20 Nov 1494
- Sir Henry Wentworth, 4th Lord le Despenser, Sheriff of Norfolk, Suffolk, & Yorkshire+2 b. c 1448
- 1.[S4763] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. IV, p. 292; Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, by F. L. Weis, p. 25.
- 2.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 380-381.
- 3.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 380.
- 4.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 216.
- 5.[S11575] The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, by Gerald Paget, Vol. I, p. 92.
- 'Phillip WENTWORTH (Sir Knight)
- 'Born: ABT 1424, Nettlestead, Suffolk, England
- 'Died: 18 May 1464, Middleham, York, England
- 'Buried: Newsam Abbey, Wiltshire, England
- Notes: Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk, M.P. Army of King Henry VI; taken prisoner and beheaded by the Yorkists after the battle of Hexham. Burke's Peerage.
- Father: Roger WENTWORTH of Nettlestead (Sir)
- Mother: Margery (Margaret) DESPENCER (B. Ros of Hamlake)
- 'Married 1: Mary BARON Nettlestead, Suffolk, England
- 'Married 2: Mary CLIFFORD 1447, Skelton, Yorkshire, England
- 1. Henry WENTWORTH (Sheriff of Yorkshire)
- 2. Margaret WENTWORTH
- 3. Elizabeth WENTWORTH
- http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/WENTWORTH.htm#Phillip WENTWORTH (Sir Knight)1
- 'Sir Philip Wentworth
- 'M, #3338, d. 18 May 1464
- Last Edited=19 Jan 2003
- ' Sir Philip Wentworth was the son of Sir Roger Wentworth and Margaret Despenser. He died on 18 May 1464, beheaded.
- 'Child of Sir Philip Wentworth and Mary Clifford
- 1.Sir Henry Wentworth+
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Wentworth Sir Philip Wentworth, Knight, of Nettlestead, Suffolk (1424 - 18 May 1464) was an English knight, Usher of the King's Chamber, King's Sergeant, Esquire of the Body, King's Carver, Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, Knight of the Shire for Suffolk, Constable of Llanstephen and Clare Castles, and Chief Steward of the Honour of Clare.
From Douglas Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry (see above Wikipedia link): "In 1458 Sir Philip and his mother, Margery, Lady Ros, and their children "of both sexes" received a papal indult that a confessor of their choice may absolve them from all their vows and grant them absolution for their sins. Philip Wentworth served in the army of King Henry VI of England, and died intestate 18 May 1464, being beheaded at Middleham, Yorkshire, after the Battle of Hexham, where he had been taken prisoner by the Yorkists. His wife, Mary, was buried at the Friars Minor at Ipswich, Suffolk."
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Nettlestead, Suffolk, Englnd
Nettlestead, Suffolk, England
of, Suffolk, , England
Nettlestead, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
of Skelton, Yorkshire
May 18, 1464
New Sarum Abbey, Wiltshire, England
May 28, 1912
May 28, 1912
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