Edward Neville (Nevill)
|Also Known As:||"Sir Edward Neville", "6th Baron Abergavenny"|
|Birthplace:||Newton St. Loe, Somerset, England|
|Death:||Died in London, Middlesex, England|
|Place of Burial:||City of London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom|
Son of Sir Edward Neville, 7th baron Abergavenny and Catherine Neville
|Occupation:||8th baron of abergavenny|
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Edward Nevill, 8th Baron Bergavenny
Edward Nevill, de facto 8th (de jure 1st) Baron Bergavenny (c. 1550 – 1 December 1622) was an English Peer.
The son of Edward Nevill, 7th Baron Bergavenny, he succeeded to the Barony upon the death of his father.
He married Rachel Lennard, daughter of John Lennard of Knoll and Elizabeth Harman, together they had the following children:
- Henry Nevill, 9th Baron Bergavenny (b. bef. 1580 – 24 December 1641)
- Mary Nevill (b. bef. 1598–1648)
- Sir Christopher Nevill (b. bef. 1611–1649)
- Edward Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- John Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Thomas Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Charles Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Elizabeth Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Catherine Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Frances Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Margaret Nevill (b. bef. 1616)
- Edward Neville, 6th Lord Abergavenny1
- M, #14382, b. circa 1550, d. 1 December 1622
- Last Edited=18 Jan 2011
- Edward Neville, 6th Lord Abergavenny was born circa 1550.2 He was the son of Edward Neville, 5th Lord Abergavenny and Katharine Brome.1 He married Rachel Lennard, daughter of John Lennard and Elizabeth Harman, before 1580.3 He died on 1 December 1622 at his house, Great St. Bartholomew's, London, England.4 He was buried on 3 December 1622 at Birling, Kent, England.4 His will was proven (by probate) on 2 December 1622.4
- He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Windsor from 1588 to 1589.1 He succeeded to the title of 6th Lord Abergavenny [E., 1450] on 10 February 1588/89.1 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Windsor in 1593.1 On 25 May 1604 the title, Lord Abergavenny, was confirmed by the House of Lords on Edward, with precedency of 1392. This was after a lengthy claim by Lady Fane, daughter of Henry Nevill, 6th Lord Abergavenny.3 His last will was dated from 19 January 1618/19 to 24 November 1622.
- Children of Edward Neville, 6th Lord Abergavenny and Rachel Lennard
- Sir Christopher Neville+5 d. 1649
- Edward Neville2
- John Neville2
- Thomas Neville2
- Charles Neville2
- Elizabeth Neville2
- Mary Neville+2 d. c Jul 1648
- Catherine Neville2
- Frances Neville2
- Margaret Neville2
- Henry Neville, 7th Lord Abergavenny+4 b. b 1580, d. c Dec 1641
- [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume I, page 35. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
- [S8] BP1999 volume 1, page 18. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S8]
- [S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume I, page 36.
- [S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume I, page 37.
- [S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume I, page 39.
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p1439.htm#i14382
- Edward Neville, 8th Lord of Abergavenny1
- M, #132216, b. circa 1551, d. 1 December 1622
- Father Edward Neville, 7th Lord of Abergavenny2 b. c 1518, d. 10 Feb 1589
- Mother Catherine Brome2 b. c 1522
- Edward Neville, 8th Lord of Abergavenny was born circa 1551 at of Newton St. Loe, Somersetshire, England; Age 38 in 1589.1 He married Rachel Lennard, daughter of John Leonard and Elizabeth Harmon, circa 1576 at of Knole, Chevening, Kent, England.1 Edward Neville, 8th Lord of Abergavenny left a will on 19 January 1619.1 He wrote a codicil on 24 November 1622.1 He died on 1 December 1622 at Great St. Bartholomew's, London, Middlesex, England.1 His estate was probated on 2 December 1622.1 He was buried on 3 December 1622 at Birling, Kent, England.1
- Family Rachel Lennard b. c 1553
- Elizabeth Neville+1 b. c 1577, d. a 19 May 1648
- [S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. I, p. 35-37, notes.
- [S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. I, p. 34-35, notes.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p4403.htm#i132216
- Edward NEVILLE (6° B. Abergavenny)
- Born: 1551 / Feb 1554, Newton St Loe, Somerset, England
- Acceded: 1588
- Died: 1 Dec 1622, Great Saint, Bartholomews, Middlesex, England
- Buried: 3 Dec 1622, Birling, Kent, England
- Notes: He held the office of M.P. for Windsor from 1588 to 1589. He succeeded to the title of 6th Lord Abergavenny [E., 1450] on 10 Feb 1588/89. He held the office of M.P. for Windsor in 1593. On 25 May 1604 the title, Lord Abergavenny, was confirmed by the House of Lords on Edward, with precedency of 1392. This was after a lengthy claim by Lady Fane, daughter of Henry Nevill, 6th Lord Abergavenny.
- Father: Edward NEVILLE (5° B. Abergavenny)
- Mother: Catherine BROME
- Married: Rachel LENNARD (B. Abergavenny) 1576, Knole, Kent, England
- 1. Henry NEVILLE (7° B. Abergavenny)
- 2. Elizabeth NEVILLE
- 4. Catherine NEVILLE
- 5. Mary NEVILLE
- 6. Eleanor NEVILLE
- 7. Edward NEVILLE
- 8. Christopher NEVILLE (Sir)
- 9. Margaret NEVILLE
- 10. John NEVILLE
- 11. Frances NEVILLE
- 12. Thomas NEVILLE
- 13. Charles NEVILLE
- ¿14. Edmund NEVILLE (d. 1624)?
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/NEVILLE4.htm#Edward NEVILLE (6° B. Abergavenny)
- NEVILLE, Edward I (c.1550-1622), of Birling, Kent.
- b. c.1550, 1st s. of Edward Neville of Newton St. Loe, Som. by his 1st w. Katherine, da. of Sir John Brome of Holton, Oxon. educ. G. Inn 1563. m. c.1574, Rachel, da. of John Lennard of Chevening and Knole, 6s. inc. Sir Henry II 5da. suc. fa. 1589; recognised as Lord Bergavenny 1604.2
- Offices Held
- Burgess, New Windsor 1588, j.p.q. Mon., Kent and Suss. by 1595.
- On 10 Oct. 1588, Henry Neville, Edward’s cousin, was chosen burgess for New Windsor, where his father was high steward; on 24 Oct. Edward Neville was sworn ‘brother assistant’ of Windsor, and the following day was returned to Parliament for the borough, ‘because Henry Neville, esquire, was chosen a knight for Sussex’. This record of the election on 24 Oct., quoted from Ashmole’s transcripts of the borough manuscripts (the originals are now lost), continues: ‘but he [Edward Neville] served not, for that the Lord Bergavenny died before the Parliament’. Clearly, the remark ‘but he served not’, cannot have been a part of the original entry in the borough minutes for 24 or 25 October, and may well be Ashmole’s own comment. In fact, Neville’s father did not die until 10 Feb. 1589, when the Parliament was a week old, and it was another 16 years before Neville was summoned to Parliament as a peer. Therefore, it is quite likely that he did sit in the Commons in 1589, although he is not reported to have taken part in its proceedings. It is improbable—since, like his father, he called himself Lord Bergavenny—that he sought to be returned to another Parliament as a Member of the Commons; the ‘Edward Neville, gentleman’ who sat for New Windsor in 1593 was probably another of his cousins.3
- The protests of Lady Fane against Neville’s assumption of the title led to a hearing of the dispute in 1598, before the Earl of Essex and other commissioners for the office of earl marshal. Despite Neville’s vigorous advancement of precedents for the descent of titles by entail, the matter was left in suspense until an arrangement between the parties was reached at the beginning of James I’s reign, as a result of which Neville was summoned to Parliament in May 1604. Lady Fane carried her feud with Neville into the 1601 Parliament, endeavouring unsuccessfully to prevent him disposing of certain copyhold lands.4
- At the hearing before the Earl of Essex, Neville had as ally his brother-in-law, Sampson Lennard, who was himself claiming the barony of Dacre of the South. Endowed with great estates, Neville was able to arrange good matches for his children. His eldest son, Sir Henry Neville, married the daughter of his Kent neighbour, Thomas Sackville, Lord Treasurer Buckhurst; at the election of 1601 Sir Henry was supported by (Sir) Robert Sidney as a candidate for the senior seat in Kent, for which he competed with Lady Fane’s son. One of Neville’s daughters married Sir John Grey; another George Goring, later 1st Earl of Norwich. Neville himself held no great offices and had little influence of his own: he and his sons were returned to Parliament in Elizabeth’s reign through the influence of their Berkshire relatives or Kent friends. Neville lost three of his younger sons, drowned off Gravesend, in March 1616, and was himself, according to John Chamberlain, killed by the cold of December 1622.5
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1558-1603/member/neville-edward-i-1550-1622
- Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 40
- Neville, Edward (d.1538) by William Arthur Jobson Archbold
- NEVILLE, Sir EDWARD (d. 1538), courtier, was third but second surviving son of George, second baron Bergavenny, by his first wife, Margaret, daughter of Sir Hugh Fenne, under-treasurer of England. His brothers George, third lord Bergavenny [q. v.], and Sir Thomas Neville [q. v.] of Mereworth, speaker of the House of Commons, are separately noticed. Edward Neville was prominent at the court when Henry VIII came to the throne. He held the offices of sewer of the household and squire of the king's body, and from time to time received grants from the crown. He took part in the expeditions made into France in 1512 and 1513, in the latter year serving in the king's guard, in a division to which Lord Bergavenny and John Neville were also attached. On 25 Sept. 1513 he was knighted at Tournay. On 20 Oct. 1514 he landed at Calais, in disguise, with Charles Brandon [q. v.], then viscount Lisle, and afterwards duke of Suffolk, and Sir William Sydney, all three going to Paris for the coronation of the Princess Mary, who had married Louis XII. In 1516 he was a gentleman of the privy chamber and master of the buckhounds. He was present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520. He was of the party of the Duke of Buckingham, who is said to have relied upon him to counteract the influence of Lord Bergavenny at court, and gave him in 1521 a doublet of silver cloth. Although in 1521 he was forbidden the court for a time, he was soon restored to favour, and acted as ‘herbeger’ at Charles V's visit in 1522. In 1523 he held a command in the army in France (State Papers, vi. 170). In 1524 he was a commissioner for the collection of the subsidy in Kent, and in 1526 he had a grant of privilege to export a large quantity of wood from Kent and Sussex, which was afterwards rather oddly revoked. In 1531 he was the king's standard-bearer; he took an official part in the coronation of Anne Boleyn in 1533, and on 27 June 1534 was made constable of Leeds Castle in Kent. At the baptism of Prince Edward in 1537 Neville was one of those who bore the canopy.
- Suddenly, in 1538, Neville was found to be concerned in the conspiracy of the Poles. Early in November he was sent to the Tower with Exeter and Montagu [see Pole, Henry, 1492–1539]. He was tried in Westminster Hall on 4 Dec., and beheaded on Tower Hill on 8 Dec. 1538. He lived chiefly at Aldington, Kent, was reputed a fine soldier, and was a handsome courtier. But the rumour as to his being a son of Henry VIII, whom he resembled (Notes and Queries, 1st ser. ii. 307), is obviously refuted by the probable dates of their respective births, though it was revived as a joke by Queen Elizabeth.
- Neville married Eleanor, daughter of Andrew, lord Windsor, and widow of Ralph, lord Scrope of Upsall, and left several children. Of his sons, Edward of Newton St. Loe, on the death of Henry, fourth lord Bergavenny, in 1587, claimed the barony, but died 10 Feb. 1589 before he was summoned to parliament. He left, however, by Catherine, daughter of Sir John Brome, a son, also called Edward, who was summoned to parliament as sixth Lord Bergavenny on 25 May 1604. Sir Edward Neville had a second son, Sir Henry Neville of Billingbear [q. v.], who is separately noticed, and through him he was grandfather of Sir Henry Neville (d. 1615) [q. v.] His four daughters were all married.
- [Rowland's Account of the Family of Nevill, 1830; Letters and Papers Henry VIII, 1509–37; Doyle's Official Baronage, i. 5; Hasted's Kent, ii. 198 seq.; Wriothesley's Chron. (Camd. Soc.), i. 91, 92; Chron. of Calais (Camd. Soc.); Cranmer's Works, ii. 64, Zurich Letters, iii. 625, in the Parker Soc.; Rutland Papers (Camd. Soc.)]
- From: https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Neville,_Edward_(d.1538)_(DNB00)
- NEVILLE, Christopher (c.1578-1649), of Lewes, Suss., Great St. Bartholomew's, London and Newton St. Loe, Som.
- b. c.1578,1 6th but 2nd surv. s. of Edward Neville† of Birling, Kent and Rachel, da. of John Lennard of Chevening, Kent; bro. of Sir Henry II*. educ. Queens’, Camb. 1594. m. by 1608, Mary (bur. 6 Nov. 1643), da. and coh. of Thomas Darcy of Tolleshunt D’Arcy, Essex, at least 1s. d.v.p. 1da. suc. to Newton St. Loe estate 1622; 2 KB 1 Feb. 1626.3 d. May 1649.4
- .... etc.
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1604-1629/member/neville-christopher-1578-1649
- NEVILLE, Sir Henry II (1573-1641), of Birling, Kent and Drury Lane, Westminster
- bap. 8 Mar. 1573,1 1st s. of Edward Neville† of Birling and Rachel, da. of John Lennard of Chevening, Kent; bro. of Christopher*.2 educ. Queens’, Camb. 1586, BA 1589; travelled abroad 1591-4 (Germany and Italy); MA Oxf. 1594.3 m. (1) by 1596, Mary (d.1613), da. of Thomas Sackville†, 1st earl of Dorset, ld. treas. 1599-1608, 2s. d.v.p. 4da. (2 d.v.p.); (2) by 1614, Catherine (bur. 10 July 1649), da. of George Vaux of Irthlingborough, Northants., 2s. 3da.4 kntd. 27 June 1596;5 suc. fa. as 2nd Lord Bergavenny 1 Dec. 1622. d. 16 Dec. 1641.6
- .... etc.
- From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1604-1629/member/neville-sir-henry-ii-1573-1641
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