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Elizabeth Bampfield (Sydenham)

Also Known As: "Bampfield", "Bamfield", "Sidenham;"
Birthplace: Brimpton, Somerset, England
Death: March 04, 1599 (66-67)
Poltimore, Devon, England
Place of Burial: Devon, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir John Sydenham, Kt., MP and Ursula Sydenham
Wife of Richard Bampfield, Sheriff of Devon
Mother of Amias Bampfield, MP; Ursula Fulford; Mary Moore; Margaret Glisson; Susan Hicks and 4 others
Sister of John Sydenham "the elder"; Sir George Sydenham, Sheriff of Somerset; William Sydenham; Henry Sydenham; Mary Fitz and 3 others

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About Elizabeth Bampfield

  • Devonshire wills: a collection of annotated testamentary abstracts, together with the family history and genealogy of many of the most ancient gentle houses of the west of England (1896)
  • http://www.archive.org/details/devonshirewillsc00wortiala *http://www.archive.org/stream/devonshirewillsc00wortiala#page/480/m...
  • . . . . the said Sir Richard Merton, Kt, presented to Poltimore only sixteen months later, 24th March, 1362, as "Guardian of John Baunfeld, a minor, son and heir of John Baunfeld." This youthful heir also died young, but added much to the fortunes of the family by his marriage with Joan, daughter and heir of John de Hocesham, through which alliance his posterity acquired the adjacent manor of Huxham,1 which is still the property of Lord Poltimore. His widow, Joan, presented to Poltimore Rectory, as "relict of John Baunfeld," and by right of her dowry, 4th January, 1372-73. Her eldest son, Thomas "Bampfeld," presented to Poltimore 24th September, 1404, and to Huxham, as " true patron," 3rd February in the same year.2 He married Agnes, daughter and co-heir of John Faber of Bovey Tracy, and was the grandfather of John Bamfield of Poltimore, who by his wife Agnes, daughter and heir of John Pederton, by Cecilia, daughter and heir of John Turney, was the father of Sir William Bamfield, son and heir of Poltimore. This John and his wife rebuilt the Parish Church of Poltimore, as shown by an inscription on a gravestone which was, some years since, removed from the nave to the chancel, and which bears the following inscription : . . . .
  • Their son, Sir William Bamfield,3 was sheriff of Devon in 1426, and died in 1474. The Manor of Huxham appears to have been settled upon his second son William Bamfield,
  • http://www.archive.org/stream/devonshirewillsc00wortiala#page/481/m...
  • who may have acquired the Pinhoe property, mentioned in the mortgage above noted, by his second marriage with Margaret Kirkham, widow of John Cheyney, of Pinhoe ; he succeeded his elder brother Walter "Bamfield," at Poltimore, 1st Sept., 1478, and was the father, by his first wife Margaret St. Maur, of Sir Edward Bamfield of Poltimore, who married Elizabeth Wadham, and died in 1528. His son and heir, Richard Bamfeild, who was an only child and but two years of age at his father's death, was, presumably, the hero of a sensational story which has been handed down to us by John Prince, the author of the "Worthies of Devon," published in 1701, and which he tells us is "a most memorable passage of undoubted credit," and to the effect that "one of the heirs of the house, not many generations back," being ward to "some very great person in the east country," was taken away in his infancy, and brought up in ignorance of his real position and prospects. He was trained to be a servant, and, when discovered by one of his late father's tenantry, was employed as huntsman in his said guardian's establishment. The Poltimore farmer is then said to have abducted him, to have taken him before the proper authorities, and to have duly established the right of his young landlord to his inheritance.
  • This Richard Bamfeild, at the age of fifty, became Sheriff of Devon in the eighteenth year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth. His mother, a widow, at the time of her second marriage, was a daughter of Nicholas Wadham, of Merrifield, co. Somerset, and his wife was a daughter of Sir John Sydenham of the same county ; by her he had a family of twelve children, viz., nine daughters and three sons. The eldest of the latter, Giles, predeceased him, having been drowned during his passage to Ireland, so he was succeeded in 1594 by his second son, Amias, then over thirty years of age, who was Sheriff of the county in 1603, and was knighted that same year at Windsor.* He married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Clifton, of Barrington, Somerset, and had ten children ; one of *http://www.archive.org/stream/devonshirewillsc00wortiala#page/482/m...
  • his daughters married the nephew of the great Sir Francis Drake, who was created a baronet in 1622, and whose sister, Elizabeth, was the wife of his eldest son and successor, John Bamfeild, of Poltimore, who was born about 1590. The latter also had a large family, fifteen children ; one of the daughters, Dorothy, was the wife of Henry Worth, of Worth. The sixth son, Francis, was a Nonconformist minister, and died in Newgate Gaol in the spring of 1604 ; the eighth son, Thomas Bampfield, was Recorder of Exeter during the Usurpation, and member for Exeter in 1656. The third son, John Bamfield, was created a baronet 14th July, 1641, and through the deaths of his two elder brothers, Amias and Arthur, succeeded to Poltimore at his father's death, and married Gertrude, sister and co-heir of John Coplestone, of Warleigh. During the great rebellion this first baronet was active on the side of the Parliament, and Poltimore House was garrisoned by Fairfax in 1645 ; its owner died in 1650, aged forty, when he was succeeded by his son, Sir Coplestone Bampfield, the eldest of a family of nineteen, and who was as zealous for the Restoration of monarchy as his sire had been for its overthrow, and who was duly "pricked " Sheriff of Devon as soon as the king "came home again." He was, however, equally zealous in his promotion of the Revolution, being actuated, as evidently as his father had been, by perfectly conscientious motives, and on his death-bed he called his family around him, and impressed upon them the necessity of an invariable adherence to the "religion of the Established Church of England, and of allegiance to the right heirs of the Crown." He experienced a great domestic bereavement shortly before his demise, through a melancholy and fatal accident of which his eldest and promising son was the victim. This son, Colonel Hugh Bampfield, who commanded the county militia, was returning from a wedding, when his horse tripped whilst descending a hill near Plymouth, and the young rider's neck was broken. He left a widow, Mary, daughter of James Clifford, of Ware, who administered to the will of her father-in-law in the minority of her eldest son, Coplestone Warwick Bampfield, who succeeded as third baronet in 1692, and also, by devise, to the estates of his far away kinsman, Warwick Bampfield, of Hardington, . . . .
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  • Ursula BRYDGES
  • Born: ABT 1499
  • Died: Jan 1575/6
  • Notes: her will of 31 Oct 1575 was proved in Feb 1576. Her husbands will of 8 Apr 1557 was proved 21 May 1557. He was Justice of the Peace for Somersetshire, 1543-1557; served in the French campaign of 1544; Sheriff of Somerset and Dorsetshire, 1546-1547 and 1554-1555; knighted 3 Nov 1549; Knight of the Shire for Somerset, 1554.
  • Father: Giles BRUGGE (Sheriff of Gloucester)
  • Mother: Isabel BAYNHAM
  • Married: John SYDENHAM (Sir) (b. 1494 - d. 16 Apr 1557) (son of John Sydenham and Elizabeth Touchet) 1515, Somerset, England
  • Children:
    • 1. John SYDENHAM (Sir Knight) (b. 1520 - d. BEF 1596) (m1. Grace Godolphin - m2. Mary Blount)
    • 2. Walter SYDENHAM
    • 3. George SYDENHAM (Sir Knight) (father of Elizabeth Sydenham Drake)
    • 4. Henry SYDENHAM
    • 5. John SYDENHAM (Sir Knight) (b. 1528 - d. 1 Jan 1590)(m. Mary Poyntz)
    • 6. Anne SYDENHAM
    • 7. William SYDENHAM
    • 8. Elizabeth SYDENHAM
    • 9. Mary SYDENHAM (m. Sir Henry Knyvett of Charlton)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BRYDGES.htm#Ursula BRYDGES2
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  • Sir John Sydenham, Sheriff of Somerset & Dorset1,2,3
  • M, #87490, b. circa 1494, d. 16 April 1557
  • Father John Sydenham, Esq., Sheriff of Somersetshire & Dorsetshire1,4,5 b. c 1468, d. 6 Dec 1542
  • Mother Elizabeth Audley1,4,5 b. c 1466, d. b 8 Oct 1530
  • Sir John Sydenham, Sheriff of Somerset & Dorset was born circa 1494 at of Brimpton, Ashbrittle, Combe Sydenham in Stogumber, Somersetshire, England; Age 50 in 1544.1,2,3 He married Ursula Bridges, daughter of Sir Giles Brugge, Sheriff of Gloucestershire and Isabel Baynham, circa 1532; They had 6 sons (John; Walter; Sir George; Henry; John, Esq. & William) and 3 daughters (Elizabeth, wife of Richard Bampfield; Anne, wife of Alexander Sydenham, Esq., & of (Mr.) Wakes; & Mary, wife of John Fitz, Esq., & Sir Henry Knyvett).1,2,3 Sir John Sydenham, Sheriff of Somerset & Dorset died on 16 April 1557.1,2,3 His estate was probated on 21 May 1557.2,3
  • Family Ursula Bridges b. c 1503
  • Child
    • John Sydenham, Esq.+1,2,3 b. c 1540
  • Citations
  • 1.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 699.
  • 2.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 159.
  • 3.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 107.
  • 4.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 158-159.
  • 5.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 106-107.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2912.htm#...
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  • The visitations of the county of Somerset, in the years 1531 and 1573, together with additional pedigrees, chiefly from the visitation of 1591 (1885)
  • https://archive.org/details/visitationscoun00benogoog
  • https://archive.org/stream/visitationscoun00benogoog#page/n94/mode/1up
  • Pg.76
    • Sidenham
  • Walter Sidenham.; ch: John (m. Agnes _ ) Sidenham.
  • John = Agnes.; ch: John (m. Alice Stourton) Sidenham
  • John. = Alice, d. and h. of (John Stourton of Preston Plucknett. & d. and h. Payne); ch: Alex. (m. d. Popham), Joan (m. John St. Barbe), Walter (m. Margt. Harcourt), Marcell (m. John Larde?), Richard (m. Joan Cambrey) Sidenham.
  • Walter of Brimpton. = Margt., d. Sr. Rob. Harcourt.; ch: (Pg.77 John (m. Eliz. Awdeley) Sidenham.)
  • https://archive.org/stream/visitationscoun00benogoog#page/n95/mode/1up
  • Pg.77
  • John. = Eliz., d. Sir Hugh Awdeley.; ch: Sr. John (m. Anne Bridges) Sidenham.
  • Sr. John. = Anne, d. Sr Billes [Gyles] Bridges sister to John Bridges.; ch: Sir John (m. Eliz. Pawlett), Geo., Eliz. (m. Ric. Bamfield), Anne (m. Alex. Sidenham), Mary (m. John Fitz), Walter (m. _ Lawrance) Sidenham.
    • Sir John. = Eliz., d. Sr Amias Pawlett.
    • Anne. = Alex. Sidenham of Earlston.
    • Geo.
    • Eliz. = Ric. Bamfield.
    • Mary. = John Fitz [of Fitzford, nr. Tavisstock 1564 Devon, p. 96].; ch: John Fitz.
    • Walter. = d. and coh. Lawrence of Lawrance.; ch: George, Walter Sidenham.
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  • Sir Amyas Bampfylde (or "Amias Bampfield" etc.[1]) (1560 – 9 February 1626) was an English Member of Parliament who sat in the House of Commons in 1597.
  • Bampfylde was the son of Richard Bampfylde of Poltimore in Devon and Bampfylde House in Exeter by his wife Elizabeth Sydenham, daughter of Sir John Sydenham of Brympton d'Evercy, Somerset.[2] .... etc.
  • Bampfylde married Elizabeth Clifton, daughter of Sir John Clifton of Barrington Court, Somerset in 1576. The Bampfylde monument in South Molton Church shows the arms of Bampfylde impaling Clifton: Argent, semee of cinquefoils pierced a lion rampant gules. They had six sons and two daughters. In 1602 Bampfylde and Thomas Drake, brother and heir of Sir Francis Drake, made a double marriage settlement for his son John Bampfylde aged 14 and a daughter, aged 16, who were to marry Drake’s daughter and son with each parent settling £660 on the other’s daughter.[2]
  • Bampfield died at the age of about 65 and stated in his will his wish to be "buried in South Molton church with his parents".[2][4]
  • A fine stone monument to his memory exists against the south wall of the south aisle chapel ("Bampfylde Chapel") in North Molton Church. On the wall to its right is affixed a stone tablet inscribed with the following lines:
    • "Stand passenger gaze such was he
    • As thou tremble such shalt thou be
    • He dy'd to live so live to dye
    • Depart muse on eternity"
  • Ameae Bamfylde equiti aurato patri suo charissimo ex antiqua Bamfydeorum (sic) de Poltimore familia patre Richardo Bamfyde (sic) armigero matre Elizabetha Clifton de Barrington per 45 annos conjugato ex qua 12 filios 5 filias suscepit prudenti sed pio animoso sed affabili provido sed hospitali et benigno de suis de patria bene merito ex hac miseriarum valle anno aetatis suae 67 ad immortalitatem commigranti et sui reliquias his in terris quas post diuturna litigia et graves expensas sui posteritati foeliciter recuperavit in spem resurrectionis requiescere volenti Johannes Bamfylde filius et haeres qui etiam ex Elizabeth Drake de Buckland 8 filios et 7 filias ante patris obitum habuit anno Christi 1626 regis Caroli 2 hoc monumentum pietatis ergo posuit quas terras mea cura meis non parva redemit hae mea jure sinu molliter ossa fovent.
  • Translated literally into English thus:
  • "To Amyas Bampfylde, knight bachelor, most dear to his father, from the ancient family of the Bampfyldes of Poltimore from Richard Bampfylde, esquire, his father, from Elizabeth Sydenham of Brympton his mother; with Elizabeth Clifton of Barrington having been married during 45 years from whom he received 12 sons, 5 daughters. Prudent but with a pious spirit but easily spoken to; forward-looking but hospitable and benign, well-merited from his country. From this vale of miseries he migrated towards immortality in the 67th year of his age and having wished the remains of him to rest in hope of resurrection in these lands which after long-lasting dispute and heavy expenses happily he regained for his posterity. John Bampfylde his son and heir, who also from Elizabeth Drake of Buckland had before the decease of his father 8 sons and 7 daughters, in the year of Christ 1626, 2nd. of King Charles, therefore of piety placed this monument that these bones might gently warm the lands he redeemed not with small care".
  • There is a monument in Exeter Cathedral to his married daughter Dorothy Bampfield, daughter of Sir Amyas Bampfield, formerly wife of Edward Hancock (d.1603), MP, of Combe Martin, later wife of Sir John Doddridge (1555–1628), Justice of the King's Bench. The Latin inscription on a tablet within a strapwork surround is as follows: "Hic jacet d(omi)na Dorothea uxor Johannis Dioderidge militis unius justiciarioru(m) d(omi)ni regis as placita coram rege tenenda assignati et filia Amisii Bampfield militis quae obiit primo Martii Anno Dom(ini) 1614" ("Here lies Dorothy the wife of John Doderidge, knight, one of the Justices of the Lord King assigned at the Pleas held before the King, and daughter of Amisus (Latinised form) Bampfield, knight, who died on the first of March in the Year of Our Lord 1614")
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amyas_Bampfylde
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  • Extract from Devon by W.G.Hoskins (1954), included by kind permission of the copyright holder:
  • POLTIMORE gives its name to the barony of Poltimore, created 1831. The manor came to the Bampfyldes soon after 1303 and has remained with them to the present day. Their house, a plain square mansion in a dull park, was probably rebuilt by Sir Coplestone Bampfylde, the 2nd baronet (1636-91). The date 1681 appears on the stone gate-piers at the main entrance to the park and may indicate the date of completion of the house, which was altered in the 1840s by the first Lord Poltimore. A new wing was added in 1909. The house is now a private hospital.
  • The church (St. Mary) was rather heavily restored by Medley Fulford in 1878-84 when a number of drastic changes were made, but it retains some interesting features, including a fine chancel screen. This has its ancient tracery, with beautiful Renaissance detail of late date in the vaulting (c. 1520-30). The 18th century Bampfylde pew is a good specimen of its kind with a fireplace. In the south transept is the tomb with recumbent figures of Richard Bampfylde (d. 1594) and Elizabeth, his wife (d. 1599).
  • From: http://www.devon.gov.uk/contrast/index/cultureheritage/libraries/lo...
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  • A view of Devonshire in MDCXXX, with a pedigree of most of its gentry (1845)
  • https://archive.org/details/viewofdevonshire00west
  • https://archive.org/stream/viewofdevonshire00west#page/466/mode/1up
  • Pg.466
  • John Fitz, of Fitzford, had issue John, Walter, Roger. Walter Fitz, esq., second son to John, and heir to his brother John, married Mary, daughter of Sampson, and had issue John, Robert. John Fitz, esq., son and heir, married Agnes, daughter of Roger Grenvile, of Stow in Cornwall, and had issue John, Edward, George, Francis, Margaret, (married to Richard Arscot ;) Grace, (married to John Eliot of Plymouth ;) Honor, (married to William Kanzewyowe;) Katharine, (married to William Bond.) John Fitz, son and heir, married Mary, daughter of Sir John Sydenham, of Brimpton in Somersetshire, and hath issue Sir John.
  • Sir John married Mary, daughter of Sir William Courtenay, of Powderham in Devon, knight, and had issue only one daughter and heir, married to Sir Alan Percy, knight, sixth son to Henry, Earl of Northumberland, sans issue ; secondly she married Thomas, son and heir apparent of Thomas, Lord Darcy of Chiche, now Viscount Colchester, sans issue ; thirdly to Sir Charles Howard, fourth son to the Earl of Suffolk, by whom she had two daughters and heirs, Elizabeth, Mary : he killed himself. [She after this married Sir Richard Grenvile, by whom she had issue, which she disinherited, and settled Fitzford and her other estate on Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle ; whose second son, James Courtenay, esq., now dwelleth at Walreddon, in Whitchurch near Tavistock.]
  • https://archive.org/stream/viewofdevonshire00west#page/474/mode/1up
  • Pg.474
  • Sir William Pawlet, of Hinton St. George, knight, married Elizabeth, daughter and heir to John Deneband, son and heir to John Deneband, son and heir to Thomas, son and heir to William, son and heir to Philip, son and heir to Willliam, son and heir to Sir Philip, son and heir to Sir Philip Deneband, of Prostenant in Wales, knight, and of Alice his wife, daughter and coheir of John Giffard, of Hinton, esq., and of his wife, daughter and
  • https://archive.org/stream/viewofdevonshire00west#page/475/mode/1up
  • Pg.475
  • heir of Roger Powtrell, esq., of Hinton St. George ; and this Sir William had issue Sir Amias, Ann, (married to Sir William Cary, knight;) Florence, married to John Ashford, esq.;) Christian, (first married to Nicholas Chichester, esq.; secondly to Henry Hull ; thirdly to William Martin ;) Alice, (married to John Pawlet, of Basing, esq.) Sir Amias married, first Margaret, daughter of John Pawlet of Basing ; secondly Loore, daughter to Sir William Callaway, of Cockborn, Hampshire, and had issue Hugh, John, Hemy, Elizabeth married to John Sydenham, secondly to John Carswell, thirdly to Francis Copleston. Sir Hugh married, first Philippa, youngest daughter of Sir Lewis Pollard, of Girleston, Devon, knight, and had issue Amias, Nicholas, George, Jane married to Christopher Copleston, of Copleston, Devonshire, esq.: secondly he married Elizabeth, daughter of Blount.
  • https://archive.org/stream/viewofdevonshire00west#page/492/mode/1up
  • Pg.492
  • John Bampfield, of Poltimore, .... etc.
  • Edward married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Richard Wadham, of Merryfield in Somerset, knight, the relict of Warr in Somerset, and had issue Richard, Joan, (married to Richard Pollard, of Horwood in Devon, esq.;) Lawrence, (married first to Bidwell ; secondly to Robert Fulford, and had issue Katharine, married to Erasmus Pine ;) Elizabeth, (married to George Percival ;) Mary, (married to Wilham Warder of Hampshire.)
  • Richard (sheriff of Devon 20th Elizabeth,) married Elis, daughter of Sir John Sydenham, of Brymton in Somerset, knight, and had issue Giles, who died in a voyage towards Ireland; Sir Amias, knight; Richard; Elizabeth, (married to George Cary of Clovelly, esq.;) Joan ; Ursula, (married to Thomas Fulford, of Fulford, esq.;) Susan, (married, first, but second wife to, John Hays, of Myll in the parish of Witheridge, esq.; secondly to Simcock ;) Mary, (married to Humphrey Moor, of Moorhays, Cullompton, esq.
  • https://archive.org/stream/viewofdevonshire00west#page/493/mode/1up
  • Pg.493
  • secondly to Richard Bowden, parson of Okehampton ;) Gertrude, (married to John Harding, of Longbredy in Somerset, esq.;) Ann, (married, first to Christopher Morgan, of Maperton in Dorset, esq.; secondly to Lutterel ;) Katharine ; Margaret, (to William Lacy, of Hartrow in Somerset, esq.)
  • https://archive.org/stream/viewofdevonshire00west#page/614/mode/1up
  • Pg.614
  • Sir Francis Fulford (the son of Thomas, by Ursula Bampfylde,) married, at Dunsford, 13th September, 1601, Ann, daughter and heir of Bernard Samways, of Toller in Dorsetshire, esq., and was buried at Toller-Fratrum, 1664. Sir Thomas Fulford, his brother, had issue Sir Francis, William, Thomas, Bridget, (who was married to Arthur Champernon, of Dartington, esq.;) Elizabeth, and Ann, (married, at Dunsford, 23rd May, 1615, to George Sydenham, of Somerset, esq.; she died in 1635.)
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  • Elizabeth Sydenham[1, 2, 3]
  • Father Sir John Sydenham, Knight, b. Cal 1494, of, Brimpton, Somerset, England , d. 16 Apr 1557, of, Brimpton, Somerset, England
  • Mother Ursula Brydges, b. Abt 1500, of, Cubberley, Gloucestershire, England , d. Bef 4 Feb 1575-1576, of, Brimpton, Somerset, England
  • Family Richard Bampfield, Esquire, b. Cal 1526, of, Poltimore, Devonshire, England , d. 24 May 1594
  • Children
    • 1. Ursula Bamfield, bur. 11 Dec 1639
  • Sources
  • 1.[S265] #5310 The History of the Sydenham Family (1928), Sydenham, George Francis and Allan Thomas Cameron, (East Molesey, Surrey: E. Dwelly, 1928), FHL book 929.242 Sy24s; FHL microfiche 6,035,565., p. 134.
  • 2.[S20] Magna Carta Ancestry: A study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Richardson, Douglas, (Kimball G. Everingham, editor. 2nd edition, 2011), vol. 4 p. 159.
  • 3.[S2212] #249 Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica (1868-1938), Church of England. Parish Church of Shere (Surrey), (31 volumes. London: Hamilton, Adams, 1868-1938), FHL book 942 B2m., 2nd series vol. 3 p. 327.
  • From: https://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I42690&tree...
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  • 'Sydenham2'
  • Families covered: Sydenham of Brimpton, Sydenham of Whetstow
  • Walter Sydenham of Brimpton
  • m. Margaret Harcourt (dau of Sir Robert Harcourt)
    • 1. John Sydenham of Brimpton, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset (d 07.12.1542)
    • m1. Elizabeth Audley (d 08.10.1530, dau of Sir Humphrey Audley)
      • A. Sir John Sydenham of Brimpton
      • m. Ursula (not Geilis) Brydges (dau of Sir Giles Brydges)
        • i. Sir John Sydenham of Brimpton
        • m1. Grace Godolphin (dau of Sir William Godolphin of Godolphin)
          • a. .... etc.
        • m2. Mary Blunt
        • ii. Sir George Sydenham of Combe Sydenham
        • m. Elizabeth Hales (dau of Sir Christopher Hales)
          • a. .... etc.
        • iii. John Sydenham of Hatch Bishop
        • iv. Elizabeth Sydenham
        • m. Richard Bampfield of Poltimore
        • v. Anne Sydenham
        • m. Alexander Sydenham of Luxburgh
        • vi. Mary Sydenham
        • m. John Fitz of Fitzford
      • B. .... etc.
  • Main sources: BEB1844 (Sydenham of Brimpton) with just a little support from Visitation (Somerset, 1623, Sidnam)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/ss4tz/sydenham2.php#link2
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  • Links
  • http://records.ancestry.com/elizabeth_sydenham_records.ashx?pid=363...
  • http://www.penrose.org/getperson.php?personID=I92448&tree=penrose
  • http://www.celtic-casimir.com/webtree/19/38452.htm
  • http://fabpedigree.com/s007/f656896.htm
  • http://en.inforapid.org/index.php?search=Baron%20Poltimore
  • http://ukga.org/england/Devon/visitations/Bamfieldofpoltimore/D0001...
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Elizabeth Bampfield's Timeline

Brimpton, Somerset, England
Poltimore Manor, Devon, England (United Kingdom)
Poltimore, Devon, England
Poltimore, Devon, England (United Kingdom)
Poltimore, Devon, England (United Kingdom)
Chilfrome, England (United Kingdom)
March 4, 1599
Age 67
Poltimore, Devon, England