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- Sir Henry Rogers1
- M, #39109, b. 1 March 1448, d. 1506
- Father John Rogers, Esq.1 d. Aug 1450
- Mother Anne Echingham1 b. c 1429, d. 7 May 1498
- Sir Henry Rogers married Anne Stourton, daughter of Sir William Stourton, 2nd Lord Stourton and Margaret Chidiock.2 Sir Henry Rogers was born on 1 March 1448 at of Bryanstone, Dorsetshire, England.1 He died in 1506.1
- Family Anne Stourton
- Sir John Rogers, Sheriff of Somerset & Dorset+1 d. c 1546
- 1.[S11583] The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry, by Vernon James Watney, p., 661.
- 2.[S11583] The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry, by Vernon James Watney, p., 734, 661.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1302.htm#i39109
- Amy (Anne) STOURTON
- Born: ABT 1450, Stourton, Wiltshire, England
- Father: William STOURTON (2º B. Stourton of Stourton)
- Mother: Margaret CHIDIOCKE (B. Stourton of Stourton)
- Married: Henry ROGERS (Sir Knight) ABT 1479, Stourton, Dorsetshire, England
- 1. Thomas ROGERS
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STOURTON.htm#Amy (Anne) STOURTON1
- Encyclopedia of Connecticut biography: genealogical-memorial ..., Volume 2 By American Historical Society Pg.239
- (II) Sir John Fitz Roger and wife, Agnes Mordaunt, 1514-41. (III) Sir John Fitz Roger and wife, Elizabeth Shuttlebroke. (IV) Sir Henry Rogers and wife, Annie, dau. of Lord William Stornton. (V) Thomas Rogers and Catherine de Courtenay.
- Stourton, Baron (E, 1448)
- 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
- 1. John Stourton, later 3rd Baron Stourton
- 2. William Stourton, later 5th Baron Stourton
- 3. Edward Stourton, later 6th Baron Stourton
- 4. Ralph Stourton
- 5. John Stourton
- 6. Richard Stourton
- 1. Edith Stourton
- 2. Elizabeth Stourton
- 3. Eleanor Stourton
- 4. Catherine Stourton (d. 25 Nov 1521), mar. (1) Sir William Berkeley, of Beverstone, co. Gloucester (d. bef. 1486), (2) betw. 1486 and 5 May 1492 as his third wife Henry [Grey], 7th Baron Grey (of Codnor), and (3) betw. 1497 and 8 Jun 1501 Lord William de la Pole (b. c. 1478; dsp. in the Tower of London bef. 20 Nov 1539), 5th son of John [de la Pole], 2nd Duke of Suffolk, by his second wife Lady Elizabeth Plantagenet, sister of King Edward IV and King Richard III, and 2nd dau. of Richard [Plantagenet], 3rd Duke of York, and had issue by her first husband
- 5. Margaret Stourton, mar. James Chudleigh, of Ashton, co. Devon
- 6. Alice Stourton, mar. John Philpot
- 7. Amy Stourton, mar. Sir Henry Rogers, of Bryanstone, co. Dorset
- died 18 Feb 1477/8 (bur. at Mere, co. Wiltshire)
- suc. by son
- note Member of Parliament for Dorset 1446/7 and 1460; knighted before 1450; Commissioner of Oyer and Terminer for Wiltshire 1450, for Wiltshire, Somerset and Dorset 1462, and for Hampshire, etc., 1466; Commissioner of the Peace for Dorset 1451-61 and for Somerset and Wiltshire 1465/6; Commissioner in Dorset to raise money for the defence of Calais 1455; ordered by the Privy Council to assist the Duke of York in putting down disturbances in Devon 1455; Commissioner in Dorset to raise archers 1457; Commissioner of Array in Dorset 1458, in Hampshire and Dorset 1458/9 and in Wiltshire and Somerset 1471; appointed arbitrator between the Bishop and the City of Salisbury 1471
- From: http://www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk/online/content/stourton1448.htm
- Collectanea topographica et genealogica (1834)
- No. XIII. f. 317, 317b, 318, 319. PEDIGREE CHART
- 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.
- Avice, wedded to Harry Rogers, Esq.; ch: John, Alexander, Thomas, Margaret Rogers.
- History of the noble house of Stourton, of Stourton, in the county of Wilts; (1899)
- 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.
- 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.
- He married Margaret, eldest daughter and coheir of Sir John Chidiock, knight, of Chidiock and Caundle, Co. Dorset, .... etc.
- With him at Salisbury were included Sir Maurice Berkeley, knight of his body, who was undoubtedly the father-in-law of his son, John, 3rd Lord Stourton.
- Sir Maurice Berkeley, whose daughter, Katherine, became wife of John, 3rd Lord Stourton, was father of Sir William Berkeley, of Beverston, who died in 1486 sine prole, and Katherine, Lady Stourton, was his sister and heir.
- This Sir William Berkeley married Katherine, daughter of William, 2nd Lord Stourton, and was heir of his father (among other estates,) to the Manor of Great Kingston, Co. Dorset, which was holden of George Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence. After his death Katherine (Stourton,) his widow, became wife of William, or we think Henry, Lord Grey, of Codnor, and she, as Katherine, Lady Grey, was Lady of the above Manor, and as such she, about the 18th November, 1503, granted to her brother, William, 5th Lord Stourton, the right of patronage pro hac vice, who then presented William Turner to the rectory there.
- The Other royal commissioner, with William, Lord Stourton and Sir Maurice Berkeley, was John Cheney, then one of the Esquires of the body of King Edward. We are inclined to think he became eventually the second husband ot Margaret, widow of our William, Lord Stourton, and consequently identical with the John, Lord Cheyney, K.G., who died sine prole on the 30th May, 1499.
- Lord Stourton, had, by Margaret (Chidiock,) his wife, the following issue : —
- i. — The Right Honourable John, Lord Stourton, who succeeded his father, William, 2nd Lord Stourton, as 3rd Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts, in the peerage of England, and of whom afterwards.
- ii. — The Right Honourable William, Lord Stourton, who succeeded his nephew, Francis, 4th Lord Stourton, only son and heir of John, 3rd Lord Stourton, as 5th Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts, in the peerage of England, and of whom afterwards.
- iii. — The Right Honourable Edward, Lord Stourton, who succeeded his brother, William, 5th Lord Stourton, as 6th Baron of Stourton, Co. Wilts, in the peerage of England, and of whom afterwards.
- iv. — Ralph Stourton, who is shewn as 4th son in Harleian Manuscript 1074, but omitted from the other pedigrees.
- v. — John Stourton, the second of the name(*), mentioned in the same manuscript. On a brass plate at the bottom of the window, on the north side above an altar tomb, in the parish church of Ower-Moigne, Co. Dorset, was formerly, if
- not now, an Inscription : "Here lyeth John Sturton, Esquier, the which decessyd the xiij day of January, the year of our Lord Mvcvi (1506,) the which John causyd this wyndowe to be made the yere aforesaid . . . On whose soul Jesus have mercy."
- vi. — Richard Stourton, who is named as a son in the same manuscript.
- vii. — Edith Stourton, } Who are all three mentioned as daughters in the same manuscript.
- viii. — Elizabeth btourton, }
- ix. — Alianor Stourton, }
- The two latter, with a sister Ann, are shewn by Edmondson and Collins as the three youngest daughters, but Hoare, in his copy of the College of Arms pedigree, omits them.
- x. — Katherine Stourton, whom both Collins and Edmondson placed as the third daughter, and Harleian Manuscript 1074 as the eldest living one. She married (1) Sir William Berkeley, of Beverston, Co. Gloucester, son and heir of Sir Maurice Berkeley, of Beverston, one of the knights of the body of Edward IV., by Anne, his wife, daughter of Reginald West, Lord de la Warre. .... etc. Sir William Berkeley, of Beverston, died in 1486, having made his will 4th June, 1475, and a codicil 27th September, 1485, and Katherine (Stourton) his wife, was one of his executors, and proved them on 1st July, 1486(+). In these records he mentioned particularly William, 5th Lord Stourton, who had at that time succeeded to the peerage. He also named his own sister, Katherine Berkeley, as Dame Katherine Stourton, who was then the widow of John, 3rd Lord Stourton. She married (2) William, or, as we think, Henry, Lord Grey of Codnor, and as Katherine, Lady Grey, she was, as widow and executrix of her first husband. Sir William Berkeley, Lady of the Manor of Great Kington, which he had held as heir to his father in 1474, and about the 18th November, 1503, she granted to her brother, William, 5th Lord Stourton, the right of patronage, pro hac vice, who then presented to that rectory. The premises at Great Kington and other lands and Manors passed afterwards through Warburga Brereton and her descendants.
- Katherine, Lady Grey, is said by most historians to have married (3) Lord William de la Pole, son of John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk, — query see ante, and under William, 5th Lord Stourton. .... etc.
- xi. — Margaret Stourton, who is shewn by the Harleian Manuscripts to have been the 5th daughter, but omitted by Edmondson and Collins, although included in Hoare's copy of the College of Arms pedigree. She married James Chudleigh, of Ashton, Co. Devon. On her marriage in 1476, her father, William, Lord Stourton, gave her under her marriage settlement a portion of 100 marks, which Prince, in his Worthies of Devon, thus curiously commented on, when he said it was "a portion held so very small in this (his) age, that a very ordinary farmer, or shopkeeper, would be loath to give it with a daughter, or take it with a wife." .... etc. James Chudleigh, by Margaret (Stourton) his wife, left issue, and they were ancestors of the now extinct house of the Baronets Chudleigh, of Ashton, Co. Devon, .... etc.
- William Chudleigh, Esquire, son and heir of James Chudleigh, by Margaret (Stourton) his wife, and touched upon his Manor of Hescot, Co. Devon.
- xii. — Alice Stourton is shewn as a daughter — the youngest but one — in Harleian Manuscript 1074, and as the second eldest by Edmondson and Collins. She married John Philipot or Philpot, Esquire, who was Sheriff of Hants in 16 Henry VII. He was son and heir of Sir John Philpot, knight, citizen of London, and was aged 31 years when his father died in 2 Richard III. .... etc.
- xiii. — Amy or Anne Stourton, called Amy, eldest daughter by Edmondson and Collins, and Avice Stourton, youngest daughter, in Harleian Manuscript 1074. The Mis. Gen. et Her., Vol. I., calls her Anne, and the Visitation for Co. Gloucester — Anna, whom Edmondson and Collins say died unmarried. Hoare, in his copy of the College of Arms pedigree, omits both Anne and Amy. She married Sir Henry Rogers, of Bryanstone, Co. Dorset, knight, who was born on the 1st March, 1448, found heir to his father, John Rogers, senior, of the same place, by Inquisition 24th November, 29 Henry VI., 1450. He was then aged 2 years, and was heir to his mother, Anne Rogers, daughter and coheir of Sir Thomas de Echingham, knight, by another Inquisition 14th November, 14 Henry VII., 1498, he was then aged 42 years. He was knighted 15th November, 1501, his will dated 14th December, 1506, was proved 1st February, 1507. He had by Amy or Anne, his wife, numerous children.
- William, Lord Stourton, died on the 18th February, 1477-8, 17 Edward IV., and was buried in the parish church of Mere, dedicated to the honour of St. Michael the Archangel, probably in the Chantry Chapel of the blessed Virgin Mary, .... etc.
- 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.
- ((A)) William Stourton, 2nd Lord (b c1432, d 18.02.1477-8)
- m. Margaret Chidiock (dau of Sir John Chidiock)
- ((i)) John Stourton, 3rd Lord (b c1453, d 06.10.1485)
- m. Catherine Berkeley (dau of Sir Maurice Berkeley of Beverstone)
- ((ii)) William Stourton, 5th Lord (b c1457, dsp 17.02.1523)
- m1. Catherine de la Pole (dau of John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk)
- m2. Thomasine Wrottesley (dau of Sir Walter Wrottesley)
- ((iii)) Edward Stourton, 6th Lord (b c1462, d 13.12.1535)
- m. Agnes Fauntleroy (dau of John Fauntleroy of Marsh)
- ((iv)) Katherine Stourton
- m1. Sir William Berkeley of Beverston
- m2. Henry de Grey, 7th Lord of Codnor (dspl 1495-6)
- ((v)) Margaret Stourton
- m. James Chudleigh of Ashton
- ((vi)) Alice Stourton
- m. John Philpot
- ((vii)) Amy Stourton
- m. Sir Henry Rogers of Bryanstone
- ((viii))+ other issue - Ralph, John (d 1506), Richard, Edith, Elizabeth, Alianor
- Main sources: BP1934 (Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton) with some support from Collins (1741, Stourton)
- From: Stirnet.com
Sir Henry Rogers's Timeline
Stourton, Wiltshire, England
March 1, 1448
March 1, 1448
Bryanstone, Dorsetshire, England, United Kingdom
February 1, 1507
Bryanstone, Dorset, England