John Waller, Kt. (c.1440 - 1517) MP

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Birthplace: Groombridge, Kent, England
Death: Died in Tonbridge Wells, Kent, England
Managed by: Michael Waller
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About John Waller, Kt.

from whom sprang

the Wallers of Beaconsfield, most, if not all, of the Wallers in Virginia and Tennessee, and Edmund Waller,

Poet Laureate of England. John was settled in Leigh, County Kent, when he purchased Beaconsfield Castle

in Buckinghamshire, somewhere around 1450, and moved his family there to become the first of the Bucks

Wallers and to begin a 200 year tenure for the Waller Family. Beaconsfield is located about 25 miles

northeast of London on the main road to Oxford. He married Elizabeth Farinfold, daughter of William of

Leigh, Kent.



Sir William Waller, Baron , High Sheriff; born about 1420, oldest son and heir, who inherited Groombridge Castle and the title of Baronet, to become a part of a line of Baronets which was still going in 1975 in England. Sir William Waller married Anne Falemer

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Sir John Waller, Kt.'s Timeline

Groombridge, Kent, England
Age 25
Groombridge, Kent, England, (Present UK)
Age 25
Kent, England, (Present UK)
March 5, 1517
Age 77
Tonbridge Wells, Kent, England
Tongbridge Wells, Kent, England, United Kingdom