John Danvers, Jr. (c.1426 - 1504)

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Birthplace: Ipswell, Oxfordshire, England
Death: Died in Calthorpe, Oxfordshire, , England
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About John Danvers, Jr.

A genealogical and heraldic History of the extinct and dormant Baronetcies ... By John Burke Pg.150

John Danvers had at least 5 children with Alice Verney and at least 9 children with Joan Burley.

Alice's children: 1. Robert, 2. John, 3. Richard, 4. Agnes, 5. Alicia.

Joan's children: 1. Thomas, 2. William, 3. Simon, 4. Edward, 5. Henry, 6. Agnes, 7. Amicia or Margaret, 8. Elizabeth, 9. Jane.

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Memorials of the Danvers family (of Dauntsey and Culworth): their ancestors ... By Francis Nottidge MacNamara

http://books.google.com/books?id=rdYKAAAAYAAJ&pg=PR27&lpg=PR27&dq=John+Danvers+1426&source=bl&ots=ca-0HrBeXI&sig=oONOodmZmBTNkV4M-qQtnHLTS8A&hl=en&ei=3ve5TJmQN4HUtQOp1cyrBA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=6&ved=0CCIQ6AEwBTgU#v=snippet&q=1504&f=false

Pg.141

"The third son of John Danvers and Alice Verney was another John Danvers, who was in Holy Orders, and, as Aske tells us ('Collect. Topog. and Genealog.,' vol. i., p. 20), was a Doctor of both laws. In the year 1472 he released to his brother, Richard Danvers, any rights he might have in the manors which formerly belonged to his brother Robert (Additional Charter, 38,857). Lipscumb ('His. of Bucks," vol. iii., p. 376) states that John Danvers was Rector of Hogston on the presentation of Lady Clinton in the year 1414. But clearly Lipscumb confuses our John Danvers with another man of the same name, who, as we learn from the Lincoln Institutions, was made Rector of Hogston in 1414, after having held and officiated in another rectory--that of Apsley Guise, Beds. This would put back this John's birth to about the year 1390, and precludes his being our John Danvers, who we know died in the year 1504, and was not born till after A.D. 1400. Moreover, we learn from the Patent Roll (21 Henry VI., Part ii.) that John Danvers, jun. (sic), was preferred that year (1442) to the living of Bourne in the diocese of Canterbury (Harleian MS. 6,968, p. 65), while from the Lincoln Registers we learn that in the year 1431 John Danvers was presented by Thomas Baldington (dom. de Aldebury, his brother-in-law) to the church of Aldebury c.cantria Merson Trussell."

"Dr. Danvers died in the year 1504. His will (27 Holgrave) is as follows:

Will of Master John Danvers.

(27 Holgrave.)

In the name of God, Amen. The 8th day of February 1504, 20 Hen. 7. I Master John Danvers Clerk do make my will in manner following.

I give my body to be buried in the parish Churchyard of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul's in London in such place as by my Executrice shall be thought most convenient. 'And I will that my said Executrice in all goodly haste after that my body be ther buried provide and ordeyne a stone of Marbill to be laide over my sepultur or grave with an ymage representing my persone dedely.'

I bequeath to Margaret the wife of Michell ffisher gent. late the daughter of Sir Henry Frowyk Knt. L(english lb sign)5.

The residue of my goods, chattels and debts, after my debts and the costs of my funeral are paid and this my will in all things fulfilled, I give to Cristiana Tewkysbury of London, widow, whom I ordain my only Executrice.

Witnesses : Master Thomas Stokes, John Checherly, tailor, William Marsham, Salter, citizens of London, John Russhell and Richard Baas notories.

Proved at Lambeth the 18 day of February 1504."

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Rev. John Danvers, Jr.'s Timeline

1426
1426
Ipswell, Oxfordshire, England
1450
1450
Age 24
Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom
1504
February 8, 1504
Age 78
Calthorpe, Oxfordshire, , England
February 9, 1504
Age 78
1933
June 13, 1933
Age 78
1935
February 21, 1935
Age 78
1969
April 29, 1969
Age 78