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John Braye

Also Known As: "Bray", "Brache"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire, , England
Death: November 19, 1557 (29-38)
Blackfriars, City of London, Middlesex, England (Wounds received at the Battle of St. Quintin)
Place of Burial: Kensington, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Edmund Bray, 1st Baron Braye and Baroness Jane Braye
Husband of Anne Wharton
Father of Richard Bray
Brother of Anne Braye; Edmund Braye; Frideswide Hart; Dorothy Knollys (Bray), Baroness Knollys of Greys; Mary Peckham and 3 others

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About John Braye

  • John Bray, 2nd Lord Braye1
  • M, #19825, b. circa 1523, d. 19 November 1557
  • Last Edited=5 Feb 2011
  • John Bray, 2nd Lord Braye was born circa 1523.3 He married Lady Anne Talbot, daughter of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury and Mary Dacre.1 He died on 19 November 1557 at Blackfriars, London, England, from wounds received at the Battle of St. Quintin, without issue.1 He was buried on 28 November 1557 at Chelsea, London, England.1 He died intestate and his estate was administered on 14 January 1571/72, which was renounced on 22 November 1572.1
  • He was the son of Edmund Bray, 1st Lord Braye and Jane Halliwell. He succeeded to the title of 2nd Lord Braye [E., 1529] on 18 October 1539.1 He fought in the French expedition in 1546.1 He fought in the siege of St. Quintin in 1556.1 In 1556 he was implicated in the plot against Queen Mary, and was imprisoned for twelve months.1
  • On his death, his Barony fell into abeyance between his six sisters.1
  • Citations
  • 1.[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 II, page 287. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
  • 2.[S3409] Caroline Maubois, "re: Penancoet Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as "re: Penancoet Family."
  • 3.[S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 492. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p1983.htm#i19825

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  • John BRAY (2º B. Bray)
  • Born: ABT 1520
  • Died: 18 Nov 1557
  • Notes: See his Biography.
  • Father: Edmund BRAY (1º B. Bray)
  • Mother: Jane HALLIGHWELL
  • Married: Anne TALBOT (B. Bray / B. Wharton) Jun 1542
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BRAY.htm#John BRAY (2º B. Bray)
  • Only son of Edmund Bray, first Baron Bray, by his wife Jane, dau. and heiress of Richard Halywell of Harberton, Esq.
  • First came to prominence when commanding the forces sent to suppress ‘Kett’s rebellion’ of 1548, which, along with a series of uprisings across England over religion and enclosure, threatened the very foundations of Edward VI’s government.
  • In 1553, after Edward’s death, Bray was one of twenty-six peers who signed letters patent handing the Crown to Lady Jane Grey.
  • Bray was particularly mistrusted by Queen Mary, and lost valuable lands as a result. Bray seems rather to have been in the wrong places with the wrong people at the wrong time. He was first arrested on 15 Jul 1553, during Wyatt's Rebellion, on suspicion of being involved in that plot, but he was released later the same day.
  • In May 1556 he loudly declared, in the parish of St. Andrew in the ward of Baynard’s Castle, that he wished Elizabeth, Mary’s sister, was on the throne instead, for ‘he should have his lands and debts given him again, which he both wished for and trusted once to see’. For this personal insult to Mary and on suspicion of treason in connection with the Dudley Conspiracy, Bray was imprisoned in the Tower of London for a year, and for some time lived under the threat of execution. His mother, Jane Hallighwell, and his wife Mary Talbot, daughter of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury, immediately went to London to petition for his release. Neither woman managed to arrange a meeting with the Queen, but they sent tokens to influential courtiers, including Susan Clarenceaux, the Queen’s chief gentlewoman.
  • Lord Bray was confined first in the Fleet and later in the Tower and according to gossip was deprived of basic necessities. Throughout his imprisonment, Bray maintained that he was innocent of treason and the eventual charge against him was only “infraction of true obedience” for his “false and contemptuous words”. He remained in custody until the first week of Apr 1557 and was then released. He was pardoned on 13 May 1557. Mary could not, however, resist remarking that ‘God sent oft-times to good women evil husbands’. She may have been thinking of her own husband, for word had come to her on 16 Jun that King Felipe would not be returning to England as planned. Anne, Lady Bray, working at court to rescue her husband from the consequences of his involvement in the same plot, equally turned to the mistress of the robes.
  • Bray in fact repaid Mary’s mercy with interest. In 1557 he joined King Felipe's army in the siege of St Quentin, as did many who had formerly been rebels, and was wounded there on 10 Aug 1557. He contracted a fatal fever. He died soon afterwards at his home in Blackfriars on 18 Nov at three o’clock in the afternoon.
  • His mother Jane was with him and was named his executrix. The will was proved two days after his death. She made all the arrangements for his funeral, which was conducted according to Catholic ritual, and for his burial at Chelsea, where his father and grandfather were buried. There was obviously some dissention in the family. No one from John's wife's family attended the funeral, nor did the husbands of at least three of his sisters. The chief mourner was Lord Cobham, who was married to his eldest sister. An account of his death and elaborate burial is recorded in great detail at the Royal College of Arms.
  • Anne Talbot had no children by John Bray and the title went into abeyance after his death. She remarried four years later, taking as her second husband Thomas, 1st Baron Wharton. She does not seem to have had any children by her second husband, either. She could not have been the Lady Wharton at court when Queen Mary died. This was probably her second husband's first wife.
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/JohnBray(2BBray).htm

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  • Edmund Braye (or Bray), 1st Baron Braye (ca. 1484-18 October 1539), was an English peer.
  • Edmund Braye was the son of John Braye of Eaton Bray in Bedfordshire and the older brother of Sir Edward Braye.
  • He served as High Sheriff of Bedfordshire for 1514 and of Sussex and Surrey in 1522. He was knighted in 1513 and in 1529 he was summoned to the House of Lords as Baron Braye, of Eaton Bray in the County of Bedford.
  • Lord Braye married Jane (died on 24 Oct 1558), daughter of Sir Richard Halliwell or Hallighwell or Halywell of Holwell by Jane Norbury. He died in October 1539 and was succeeded in the barony by his son John. Lady Braye died in 1558. His eldest daughter Anne married George Brooke, 9th Baron Cobham (c1497 - 29 Sept 1558) before 1526.
  • References
  • Kidd, Charles, Williamson, David (editors). Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage (1990 edition). New York: St Martin's Press, 1990.
  • Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages
  • www.thepeerage.com
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmund_Braye,_1st_Baron_Braye

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  • 'Bray01'
  • William, Sr de Bray (a 1066) succeeded by ...
    • 1. Sir Robert de Bray (ranger of Sancy Forest, Northamptonshire)
      • A. Auncell de Bray mentioned by Visitation
        • i. John de Bray
      • B. Sir James de Bray (a temp Richard I who r. 1189-1199)
        • i. Anselm de Bray
          • a. William de Bray
            • (1) Thomas de Bray
            • m1. ??
              • (A) John Bray
                • (i) Thomas Bray (dsp)
            • m(2). Alice Braxby or Braveby
              • (B) William Bray
                • (i) Edmond Bray
                  • (a) Sir Richard Bray (a 1463, PC or physician)
                  • Visitation shows all Sir Richard's children by a Grace Troughton but BLG1886, BP1934 & BE1883 all show his marriages as follows.
                  • m1. Margaret Sandes (dau of John (sb. William?) Sandes of Furness Fell)
                    • ((1)) Sir John Bray
                      • ((A)) Margery Bray (d 03.1538/9)
                      • m. William Sandys, 1st Lord of The Vyne (b c1470, d 12.1540)
                  • m2. Joan shown by some sites as Joan Troughton
                    • ((2)) Sir Reginald Bray (dsp, Treasurer to King Henry VII)
                    • ((3)) John (not Richard) Bray of Eaton Braye
                      • ((A)) Edmund Bray or Braye, 1st Lord (b c1484, d 18.10.1539)
                      • m. Jane Hallighwell (d 24.10.1558, dau of Sir Richard Hallighwell or Halywell of Holwell by Jane Norbury)
                        • ((i)) John Braye, 2nd Lord (b c1523, dsp 19.11.1557)
                        • m. Anne Talbot (d 03.02.1584, dau of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury)
                        • ((ii)) Anne Braye (d 01.11.1558)
                        • m. (before 1526) George Brooke, 9th Lord Cobham (b c1497, d 29.09.1558)
                        • ((iii)) Elizabeth Braye (d 1573)
                        • m1. Sir Ralph Verney of Pendley and Middle Claydon (d 1546)
                        • A descendant from this marriage succesfully claimed the barony in 1839.
                        • m2. Sir Richard Catesby of Legers Ashby
                        • m3. William Clark
                        • m4. Henry Phillips
                        • ((iv)) Frideswide Braye
                        • m. Sir Percival Hart of Lullingstone
                        • ((v)) Mary Braye (d 1569)
                        • m. Sir Robert Peckham
                        • ((vi)) Dorothy Braye (b c1530, d 31.10.1605)
                        • m. (c1548) Edmund Brydges, 2nd Lord Chandos of Sudeley (b before 1522, d 11.03.1572/3)
                        • ((vii)) Frances Braye (d 1592)
                        • m. Thomas Lyfield of Stoke d'Auberon
                          • ((a)) Jane Lyfield
                          • m. Sir Thomas Vincent of Bernack and Stoke D'Abernon (d 14.12.1613)
                        • ((vii)) Jane Braye (d young)
                      • ((B)) Sir Edward Bray of Vachery Park and Shere, sheriff of Surrey and Sussex (d 01.12.1558)
                      • m1. (div) Elizabeth Lovell (dau of Henry Lovell of Lorting)
                      • m2. Beatrix Shirley (dau of Raffe Shirley, widow of Elderton)
                      • m3. Jane Brown (dau of Sir Matthew Brown)
                      • ((C)) Reginald Bray of Barrington
                      • m. Anne Monington (dau of Richard Monington)
                      • ((D)) Elizabeth Bray
                      • m. Sir John Norris
                    • ((4)) Lucy Bray
                    • m1. Richard Andrews (of Frisfolke), Hampshire
                      • ((A)) Richard Andrews
                      • m. Katherin Welsh (dau of Thomas Welsh, Baron of the Exchequer)
                        • ((i))+ issue - Katherine, Constance
                    • m2. Roger Walwyn
                    • ((5)) Joane Bray
                    • m. Isack ap Rhys
                  • (b) Edmond Bray
              • (C)+ other issue - Alice, Joane
  • Main source(s): BLG1886 (Bray of Shere) with input from BP1934 (Braye), TCP (Braye) and support from BE1883 (Braye), Visitation (Sussex, 1530+1633-4, Bray)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/bb4fz/bray01.php

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  • John Bray, 2nd Lord Braye1
  • M, #19825, b. circa 1523, d. 19 November 1557
  • Last Edited=5 Feb 2011
  • John Bray, 2nd Lord Braye was born circa 1523.3 He was the son of Edmund Bray, 1st Lord Braye and Jane Halliwell. He married Lady Anne Talbot, daughter of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury and Mary Dacre.1 He died on 19 November 1557 at Blackfriars, London, England, from wounds received at the Battle of St. Quintin, without issue.1 He was buried on 28 November 1557 at Chelsea, London, England.1 He died intestate and his estate was administered on 14 January 1571/72, which was renounced on 22 November 1572.1
  • He succeeded to the title of 2nd Lord Braye [E., 1529] on 18 October 1539.1 He fought in the French expedition in 1546.1 He fought in the siege of St. Quintin in 1556.1 In 1556 he was implicated in the plot against Queen Mary, and was imprisoned for twelve months.1
  • On his death, his Barony fell into abeyance between his six sisters.1
  • Citations
  • 1.[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 II, page 287. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
  • 2.[S3409] Caroline Maubois, "re: Penancoet Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as "re: Penancoet Family."
  • 3.[S37] BP2003 volume 1, page 492. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p1983.htm#i19825

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  • John BRAY (2º B. Bray)
  • Born: ABT 1520
  • Died: 18 Nov 1557
  • Notes: See his Biography.
  • Father: Edmund BRAY (1º B. Bray)
  • Mother: Jane HALLIGHWELL
  • Married: Anne TALBOT (B. Bray / B. Wharton) Jun 1542
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/BRAY.htm#John BRAY (2º B. Bray)
  • Only son of Edmund Bray, first Baron Bray, by his wife Jane, dau. and heiress of Richard Halywell of Harberton, Esq.
  • First came to prominence when commanding the forces sent to suppress ‘Kett’s rebellion’ of 1548, which, along with a series of uprisings across England over religion and enclosure, threatened the very foundations of Edward VI’s government.
  • In 1553, after Edward’s death, Bray was one of twenty-six peers who signed letters patent handing the Crown to Lady Jane Grey.
  • Bray was particularly mistrusted by Queen Mary, and lost valuable lands as a result. Bray seems rather to have been in the wrong places with the wrong people at the wrong time. He was first arrested on 15 Jul 1553, during Wyatt's Rebellion, on suspicion of being involved in that plot, but he was released later the same day.
  • In May 1556 he loudly declared, in the parish of St. Andrew in the ward of Baynard’s Castle, that he wished Elizabeth, Mary’s sister, was on the throne instead, for ‘he should have his lands and debts given him again, which he both wished for and trusted once to see’. For this personal insult to Mary and on suspicion of treason in connection with the Dudley Conspiracy, Bray was imprisoned in the Tower of London for a year, and for some time lived under the threat of execution. His mother, Jane Hallighwell, and his wife Mary Talbot, daughter of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury, immediately went to London to petition for his release. Neither woman managed to arrange a meeting with the Queen, but they sent tokens to influential courtiers, including Susan Clarenceaux, the Queen’s chief gentlewoman.
  • Lord Bray was confined first in the Fleet and later in the Tower and according to gossip was deprived of basic necessities. Throughout his imprisonment, Bray maintained that he was innocent of treason and the eventual charge against him was only “infraction of true obedience” for his “false and contemptuous words”. He remained in custody until the first week of Apr 1557 and was then released. He was pardoned on 13 May 1557. Mary could not, however, resist remarking that ‘God sent oft-times to good women evil husbands’. She may have been thinking of her own husband, for word had come to her on 16 Jun that King Felipe would not be returning to England as planned. Anne, Lady Bray, working at court to rescue her husband from the consequences of his involvement in the same plot, equally turned to the mistress of the robes.
  • Bray in fact repaid Mary’s mercy with interest. In 1557 he joined King Felipe's army in the siege of St Quentin, as did many who had formerly been rebels, and was wounded there on 10 Aug 1557. He contracted a fatal fever. He died soon afterwards at his home in Blackfriars on 18 Nov at three o’clock in the afternoon.
  • His mother Jane was with him and was named his executrix. The will was proved two days after his death. She made all the arrangements for his funeral, which was conducted according to Catholic ritual, and for his burial at Chelsea, where his father and grandfather were buried. There was obviously some dissention in the family. No one from John's wife's family attended the funeral, nor did the husbands of at least three of his sisters. The chief mourner was Lord Cobham, who was married to his eldest sister. An account of his death and elaborate burial is recorded in great detail at the Royal College of Arms.
  • Anne Talbot had no children by John Bray and the title went into abeyance after his death. She remarried four years later, taking as her second husband Thomas, 1st Baron Wharton. She does not seem to have had any children by her second husband, either. She could not have been the Lady Wharton at court when Queen Mary died. This was probably her second husband's first wife.
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/JohnBray(2BBray).htm

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  • Sir Edmund Bray, 1st Lord Bray, Sheriff of Bedfordshire, Surrey, & Sussex1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
  • M, #72364, b. circa 1480, d. 18 October 1539
  • Father John Bray2,3,6 b. c 1455
  • Sir Edmund Bray, 1st Lord Bray, Sheriff of Bedfordshire, Surrey, & Sussex was born circa 1480 at of Eaton Bray, Haynes, & Husborne Crawley, Bedfordshire, England.2 A settlement for the marriage Sir Edmund Bray, 1st Lord Bray, Sheriff of Bedfordshire, Surrey, & Sussex and Jane Halywell was made on 21 February 1497; They had 1 son (Sir John, 2nd Lord Bray) and 10 daughters (including Jane; Anne, wife of George Brooke, Lord Cobham; Elizabeth, wife of Sir Ralph Verney, of Sir Richard Catesby, of William Clarke, Esq., & of Henry Philipps, Gent; Frideswide, wife of Sir Percival Hart; Mary, wife Sir Robert Peckham; Dorothy, wife of Edmund Brydges, Lord Chandlos, & of Sir William, Lord Knolles of Greys, Viscount, Wallingford, Earl of Banbury; Ellen; & Frances, wife of Thomas Lyfield, Esq.).9,10,2,3,5,6,8 Sir Edmund Bray, 1st Lord Bray, Sheriff of Bedfordshire, Surrey, & Sussex died on 18 October 1539 at Chelsea, Middlesex, England; Buried there.2,3,6 His estate was probated on 12 March 1541.3,6
  • Family Jane Halywell b. c 1481, d. 24 Oct 1558
  • Children
    • Anne Bray+9,10,2 b. c 1509, d. 1 Nov 1558
    • Elizabeth Bray+11,3,4,5,6,7,8 b. c 1513
    • Dorothy Bray+2 b. c 1530, d. 31 Oct 1605
    • Frances Bray+12,3,6 b. c 1535, d. 27 May 1592
  • Citations
  • 1.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. II, p. 287-288.
  • 2.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 549.
  • 3.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 266.
  • 4.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 398.
  • 5.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 278.
  • 6.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 253-254.
  • 7.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 427.
  • 8.[S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 278.
  • 9.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. II, p. 288.
  • 10.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. III, p. 347-348.
  • 11.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 739.
  • 12.[S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 549-550.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2408.htm#i72364

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  • 'Bray01'
  • William, Sr de Bray (a 1066) succeeded by ...
    • 1. Sir Robert de Bray (ranger of Sancy Forest, Northamptonshire)
      • A. Auncell de Bray mentioned by Visitation
        • i. John de Bray
      • B. Sir James de Bray (a temp Richard I who r. 1189-1199)
        • i. Anselm de Bray
          • a. William de Bray
            • (1) Thomas de Bray
            • m1. ??
              • (A) John Bray
                • (i) Thomas Bray (dsp)
            • m(2). Alice Braxby or Braveby
              • (B) William Bray
                • (i) Edmond Bray
                  • (a) Sir Richard Bray (a 1463, PC or physician)
                  • Visitation shows all Sir Richard's children by a Grace Troughton but BLG1886, BP1934 & BE1883 all show his marriages as follows.
                  • m1. Margaret Sandes (dau of John (sb. William?) Sandes of Furness Fell)
                    • ((1)) Sir John Bray
                      • ((A)) Margery Bray (d 03.1538/9)
                      • m. William Sandys, 1st Lord of The Vyne (b c1470, d 12.1540)
                  • m2. Joan shown by some sites as Joan Troughton
                    • ((2)) Sir Reginald Bray (dsp, Treasurer to King Henry VII)
                    • ((3)) John (not Richard) Bray of Eaton Braye
                      • ((A)) Edmund Bray or Braye, 1st Lord (b c1484, d 18.10.1539)
                      • m. Jane Hallighwell (d 24.10.1558, dau of Sir Richard Hallighwell or Halywell of Holwell by Jane Norbury)
                        • ((i)) John Braye, 2nd Lord (b c1523, dsp 19.11.1557)
                        • m. Anne Talbot (d 03.02.1584, dau of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury)
                        • ((ii)) Anne Braye (d 01.11.1558)
                        • m. (before 1526) George Brooke, 9th Lord Cobham (b c1497, d 29.09.1558)
                        • ((iii)) Elizabeth Braye (d 1573)
                        • m1. Sir Ralph Verney of Pendley and Middle Claydon (d 1546)
                        • A descendant from this marriage succesfully claimed the barony in 1839.
                        • m2. Sir Richard Catesby of Legers Ashby
                        • m3. William Clark
                        • m4. Henry Phillips
                        • ((iv)) Frideswide Braye
                        • m. Sir Percival Hart of Lullingstone
                        • ((v)) Mary Braye (d 1569)
                        • m. Sir Robert Peckham
                        • ((vi)) Dorothy Braye (b c1530, d 31.10.1605)
                        • m. (c1548) Edmund Brydges, 2nd Lord Chandos of Sudeley (b before 1522, d 11.03.1572/3)
                        • ((vii)) Frances Braye (d 1592)
                        • m. Thomas Lyfield of Stoke d'Auberon
                          • ((a)) Jane Lyfield
                          • m. Sir Thomas Vincent of Bernack and Stoke D'Abernon (d 14.12.1613)
                        • ((vii)) Jane Braye (d young)
                      • ((B)) Sir Edward Bray of Vachery Park and Shere, sheriff of Surrey and Sussex (d 01.12.1558)
                      • m1. (div) Elizabeth Lovell (dau of Henry Lovell of Lorting)
                      • m2. Beatrix Shirley (dau of Raffe Shirley, widow of Elderton)
                      • m3. Jane Brown (dau of Sir Matthew Brown)
                      • ((C)) Reginald Bray of Barrington
                      • m. Anne Monington (dau of Richard Monington)
                      • ((D)) Elizabeth Bray
                      • m. Sir John Norris
                    • ((4)) Lucy Bray
                    • m1. Richard Andrews (of Frisfolke), Hampshire
                      • ((A)) Richard Andrews
                      • m. Katherin Welsh (dau of Thomas Welsh, Baron of the Exchequer)
                        • ((i))+ issue - Katherine, Constance
                    • m2. Roger Walwyn
                    • ((5)) Joane Bray
                    • m. Isack ap Rhys
                  • (b) Edmond Bray
              • (C)+ other issue - Alice, Joane
  • Main source(s): BLG1886 (Bray of Shere) with input from BP1934 (Braye), TCP (Braye) and support from BE1883 (Braye), Visitation (Sussex, 1530+1633-4, Bray)
  • From: Stirnet.com
  • http://www.stirnet.com/genie/data/british/bb4fz/bray01.php

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John Braye's Timeline

1508
1508
St Margarets, London, , England
1523
1523
Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire, , England
1557
November 19, 1557
Age 34
City of London, Middlesex, England
November 28, 1557
Age 34
Kensington, Greater London, England, United Kingdom