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Anne Scott (Pympe)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Nettlestead, Kent, England
Death: Died in Brabourne, Kent, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Reginald Pympe, II; Reginald depympe and Elizabeth de Pympe
Wife of Sir John Scott, High Sheriff of Kent
Mother of Richard Scott, of Scot's Hall; John Scott; Mildred Keyes; Sir Reginald Scot, of Scot's Hall and Nettlested; Pashley Scott and 6 others
Sister of Elizabeth de Pympe

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About Anne Scott

  • Anne Pympe1,2,3,4,5,6
  • F, #80927, b. before 1484, d. between August 1524 and 16 February 1540
  • Father Reginald (Reynold) Pympe, Esq.1,2,3,7,5,6 b. c 1449, d. 21 Mar 1531
  • Mother Elizabeth Pashley1,2,3,7,5,6 b. c 1449, d. b 1485
  • Anne Pympe was born before 1484 at of Pympe's Court, Nettlestead, Kent, England. She married Sir John Scott, Sheriff of Kent, Burgess of New Romney, son of Sir William Scott, Sheriff of Kent, Constable of Dover Castle and Sibyl Lewknor, before 22 November 1506; They had 5 sons (Sir Reynold; Sir John; William; Richard, Esq; & George) and 7 daughters (Mildred, wife of John Digges, Esq., & of Richard Keyes, Gent; Katherine, wife of Sir Henry Crispe; Isabel, wife of Richard Adams, Esq; Alice; Mary, wife of Nicholas Ballard, Gent; Elizabeth; & Sibyl, wife of Richard Hynde, Esq.).1,2,3,4,5,6 Anne Pympe died between August 1524 and 16 February 1540.1,3,6
  • Family Sir John Scott, Sheriff of Kent, Burgess of New Romney b. b 1485, d. 7 Oct 1533
  • Children
    • Richard Scott, Esq.+ b. c 1506
    • Sir Reginald Scott, Sheriff of Kent, Captain of Calais & Sangatte+1,3,6 b. c 1512, d. 16 Dec 1554
  • Citations
  • [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 335.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 302.
  • [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 1-2.
  • [S6] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 183.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 310.
  • [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 593-594.
  • [S6] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 182-183.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2693.htm#i80927

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  • Ann Pympe1
  • F, #333828, b. 1485, d. 1530
  • Last Edited=31 Jan 2009
  • Ann Pympe was born in 1485 at Scotts Hall, Smeeth, Kent, England.1 She was the daughter of Reynold Pympe and Elizabeth Pashley.1 She married John Scott on 22 November 1506 at Thevegate, Smeeth, Kent, England.1 She died in 1530 at Scotts Hall, Smeeth, Kent, England.1
  • Her married name became Scott.1
  • Child of Ann Pympe and John Scott
    • 1.Richard Scott+1 b. 1508
  • Citations
  • 1.[S3587] Unknown compiler, compiler, "re: Gray Family"; Ancestral File (30 January 2009), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "re: Gray Family."
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p33383.htm#i333828

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  • Sir John Scott (c. 1484 – 7 October 1533) was the eldest son of Sir William Scott of Scot's Hall. He served in King Henry VIII's campaigns in France, and was active in local government in Kent and a Member of Parliament for New Romney. He was the grandfather of both Reginald Scott, author of The Discoverie of Witchcraft,[1] a source for Shakespeare's Macbeth,[2] and Thomas Keyes, who married Lady Mary Grey.[3]
  • According to MacMahon, the Scott family, which claimed descent from John Balliol,[4] was among the leading families in Kent during the reign of King Henry VII.[5]
  • John Scott, born about 1484, was the eldest son of Sir William Scott of Scot's Hall and Sibyl Lewknor (d. 1529), the daughter of Sir Thomas Lewknor of Trotton, Sussex.[5] Scott's father, Sir William Scott, had been Comptroller of the Household to King Henry VII, and Scott's grandfather, Sir John Scott, had been Comptroller of the Household to King Edward IV. Both Scott's father and grandfather had held the offices of Constable of Dover Castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports, and Scott's father had been Marshal of Calais.[6]
  • Scott had a brother, Edward, and three sisters, Anne, who married Sir Edward Boughton; Katherine; and Elizabeth.[6]
  • As a young man Scott was knighted by the future Emperor Charles V in 1511 while serving as a senior captain, under his relative Sir Edward Poynings, with the English forces sent by King Henry VIII to aid Margaret of Austria, Regent of the Low Countries, against Charles II, Duke of Guelders. According to MacMahon Henry VIII 'transmuted the honour into a knighthood of the body'.[7] In 1512 he was elected Member of Parliament for New Romney. Scott may have participated in the French campaigns of 1512 and 1513; he was among the forces being marshaled at Calais in 1514 when negotiations for peace between England and France brought the war to a temporary halt. In 1514 and 1515 he was a commissioner for the subsidy in Sussex. In June 1520 he attended Henry VIII at the Field of Cloth of Gold. In 1522 he was in the service of George Nevill, 5th Baron Bergavenny, Constable of Dover Castle, and was placed in charge of transport[8] when the Emperor Charles V landed at Dover on 28 May 1522. In 1523 Scott was with the English forces which invaded northern France under the Duke of Suffolk. In 1523 and 1524 he was a commissioner for the subsidy in Kent. He was Sheriff of Kent in 1527 and 1528, and a Justice of the Peace in that county from 1531 until his death.[9] In May 1533 Scott was summoned to be a servitor at the coronation of Anne Boleyn.[10] He died on 7 October 1533.[11]
  • Scott married, before 22 November 1506, Anne Pympe, daughter and heiress of Reynold Pympe, esquire, of Nettlestead, Kent, by Elizabeth Pashley, the daughter of John Pashley, esquire.[12]
  • Sir John Scott and Anne Pympe had five sons and seven daughters:[13]
    • William Scott, who died in 1536 without issue.[1]
    • Sir Reginald (or Reynold) Scott (1512–15 December 1554), Sheriff of Kent in 1541–42 and Captain of Calais and Sandgate, who married firstly Emeline Kempe, the daughter of Sir William Kempe of Olantigh, Kent, by Eleanor Browne, the daughter of Sir Robert Browne, by whom he was the father of Sir Thomas Scott (1535–30 December 1594) and two daughters, Katherine Scott, who married John Baker (c.1531–1604×6), by whom she was the mother of Richard Baker, and Anne Scott, who married Walter Mayney. Sir Reginald Scott married secondly Mary Tuke, the daughter of Sir Brian Tuke.[14]
    • Sir John Scott.
    • Richard Scott, esquire, the father of Reginald Scott (d. 1599), author of The Discoverie of Witchcraft.[1]
    • George Scott.
    • Mildred Scott, who married firstly, John Digges, esquire, the son of James Digges and half brother of Leonard Digges, and secondly, Richard Keyes, gentleman, by whom she was the mother of Thomas Keyes, who married Lady Mary Grey.[15][16]
    • Katherine Scott, who married Sir Henry Crispe.
    • Isabel Scott, who married Richard Adams, esquire.
    • Alice Scott.
    • Mary Scott, who married Nicholas Ballard, gentleman.
    • Elizabeth Scott.
    • Sibyl Scott, who married Richard Hynde, esquire.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Scott_(died_1533)

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  • Memorials of the family of Scott, of Scot's-hall, in the county of Kent. With an appendix of illustrative documents. by Scott, James Renat
  • https://archive.org/details/memorialsoffamil00scot
  • https://archive.org/stream/memorialsoffamil00scot#page/159/mode/1up
  • (No. 31 in Ped.) Anne, daughter and heiress of Reginald Pympe, of Nettlested Place in Kent, and heiress of her mother, Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of JOHN PASHLEY, of Smeeth, Kent, and of Pashleys, Ticehurst in Sussex, wife to Sir John Scott, of Scot's Hall, Kent.
    • Arms. — Barry of four, gules, and argent, a vair in chief.
  • The ancient family of Pympe, originally of Saxon origin, derived its name from the pre-Domesday manor of De Pympa, in East Farleigh and Nettlested, Kent. The family would appear to have been located at Pympe's Court, and at All Saints in the hundred of Hoo, near Rochester, from an early period after the Conquest. It was William de Pympe, one of this family, who built (circa 1370) the mansion of Nettlested Place, an interesting portion of which (supposed to be the Banqueting Hall) now remains, as well as a portion of the
  • https://archive.org/stream/memorialsoffamil00scot#page/160/mode/1up
  • original gate-house, or entry into the inner court or quadrangle, and likewise a most interesting manorial barn, the ancient timbering of which is still in good preservation.(b)
  • https://archive.org/stream/memorialsoffamil00scot#page/163/mode/1up
  • Before parting with the subject of Nettlested manor and mansion, it may be well to mention that Sir John Scott built (in accordance with the wish expressed in the will of his ancestor, John Pympe) the porch to the church of Nettlested as it now exists ; and in which church (the presentation to the living of which was in the owner of the mansion and manor) formerly was buried Margaretta de Cobham (1337), wife to Sir William de Pympe, as appeared by an inscription on a brass formerly on the chancel floor, but now lost or removed. A tomb also formerly existed on the north side of the chancel, and is supposed to have contained the ashes of the founder of the church, who probably was John Pympe, who in his will, dated 1495, directs his body to be buried in the "Qeire" of the church at Nettlested, etc. .... etc.
  • https://archive.org/stream/memorialsoffamil00scot#page/168/mode/1up
  • (ED. NOTE.) We fear that John Pympe, the rhyming poet of the "Paston Letters," brother to Reginald Pympe, Sir John Scott's father-in-law, was an extravagant man; .... etc.
    • WILL OF JOHN PYMPE, OF NETTLESTED, KENT, 1496.
  • .... And I will the saide tombe bere the Epitapheyne graven in laten (brass) here lyeth buried John Pympe, Sonne of John Pympe, Sonne of John, Sonne of Reignolde, Sonne of Sr William Pympe, Knyght, that hadde to Wiffe Elizabeth, the doughter of Richard Whethill, Leuetennte of the Castell of Genys (Guines, near Calais), oon whose soules Jhu have mercy. .... etc.

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  • John Scott1
  • M, b. circa 1480, d. before 1534
  • John Scott was born circa 1480 at Scotts Hall, Brabourn, Kent, England. He was the son of William Scott and Sibill Lewknor. John Scott married Anne Pympe, daughter of Reginald Pympe and Elizabeth Pashley, before 22 November 1506 at Thevegate, Kent, England. John Scott died before 1534 at Brabourne, Kent, England.
  • Child of John Scott and Anne Pympe
    • Reginald Scott+ b. 1495, d. 16 Dec 1554
  • Citations
  • 1.[S132] Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck Jr, Charlemagne's Descendants-II, p. 28.
  • From: http://www.charlemagne.org/p89.htm#i2937

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  • Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 51
  • Scott, William (d.1350) by James McMullen Rigg
  • SCOTT, Sir WILLIAM (d. 1350), judge, and reputed founder of the Kentish family of Scot's Hall, is said to have been son of John Scott who resided at Brabourne, Kent, apparently as seneschal of the manor. But the pedigree of the Scot's Hall family has not been traced with certainty before the fifteenth century. The judge, according to a wholly untrustworthy tradition, was descended from a younger brother of John de Baliol [q. v.], king of Scotland, and also of Alexander de Baliol [q. v.], lord of Chilham, Kent. William Scott makes his first appearance as a pleader .... etc.
  • The heir, Sir John Scott (d. 1485) of Scot's Hall, a consistent Yorkist, was appointed sheriff of Kent in 1460, and, on the accession of Edward IV next year, was knighted and made comptroller of the household. Edward IV, .... By his wife Agnes (d. 1487), daughter of William de Beaufitz of the Grange, Gillingham, Kent, he had, with two daughters, an heir, William. The statement that Thomas Rotherham [q. v.] was a younger son is without foundation.
  • Sir William Scott (1459–1524) of Brabourne was concerned in the siege of Bodiam Castle .... By his wife Sybil (d. 1527) he left issue. A younger son, Edward (d. 1535), married Alice, daughter of Thomas Fogge, serjeant porter of Calais, and founded the family of Scott of the Mote, Iden, Sussex.
  • His heir, Sir John Scott (1484?–1533), was knighted by the young Prince Charles (afterwards the Emperor Charles V) for gallantry displayed in the campaign of 1511 in the Low Countries against the Duke of Guelders [see Poynings, Sir Edward]. He entered the retinue of George Neville, lord Abergavenny, constable of Dover Castle, and had charge of the transport service on the landing of Charles V at Dover on 28 May 1522. He was sheriff of Kent in 1527, and died 7 Oct. 1533. By marriage with Anne, daughter of Reginald Pympe (said to be de- scended from John Gower, the poet), his successors acquired the manor of Nettlestead, Kent. Their issue was, besides several daughters, three sons, William (d. 1536 s.p.), Reginald, and Richard, who was father of Reginald (d 1599) [q. v.], author of ‘The Discovery of Witchcraft.’
  • Sir John Scott's second son, Sir Reginald Scott (1512–1554), sheriff of Kent in 1541 and surveyor of works at Sandgate, died on 15 Dec. 1554, and was buried at Brabourne, having married, first, Emeline, daughter of Sir William Kempe; and, secondly, Mary, daughter of Sir Brian Tuke [q. v.] He had issue six sons and four daughters. .... etc.
  • From: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Scott,_William_(d.1350)_(DNB00)

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  • THIS REFERENCE HAS THE WRONG INFORMATION FOR RICHARD SON OF JOHN AND ANN. THEY HAVE HIM MIXED UP WITH RICHARD SCOTT WHO WAS THE FATHER OF ANN WHO MARRIED JOHN FROST, THE SON OF RICHARD SCOTT.
  • John Scott1
  • M, #333663, b. 1480, d. 1534
  • Last Edited=26 Jan 2009
  • John Scott was born in 1480 at Scotts Hall, Smeeth, Kent, England.1 He married Ann Pympe, daughter of Reynold Pympe and Elizabeth Pashley, on 22 November 1506 at Thevegate, Smeeth, Kent, England.1 He died in 1534 at Brabourne, Cokent, England.1
  • Child of John Scott and Ann Pympe
    • 1.Richard Scott+1 b. 1508
  • Citations
  • 1.[S3587] Unknown compiler, compiler, "re: Gray Family"; Ancestral File (30 January 2009), unknown repository, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as "re: Gray Family."
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p33367.htm#i333663

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Anne Scott's Timeline

1485
1485
Nettlestead, Kent, England
1504
1504
Age 19
Smeeth, Kent, England
1511
1511
Age 26
Hall Scotts, Kent, England
1512
1512
Age 27
Kent, England
1512
Age 27
Scotts Hall,,Kent,England
1514
1514
Age 29
Scott's Hall, Smeeth, Kent, England
1517
1517
Age 32
Scotts Hall, Brabourne, Kent, England
1523
1523
Age 38
Scotts Hall, Brabourne, Kent, England
1525
1525
Age 40
Scotts Hall, Brabourne, Kent, England