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John Stukely

Also Known As: "Stuckley"
Birthdate: (61)
Birthplace: Probably Affeton, Devon, England
Death: January 15, 1611 (57-65)
Devon, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Lewis Stukely and Dorothea Stukely
Husband of Frances Culpepper and Mary Redman
Father of Katherine Dowrish; Mary Weekes; Gertrude Bury; Anne Rowe; Thomas Stucley and 6 others
Brother of Demaris Westcott; Rev. Scipio Stucley and Hugh Stucley
Half brother of Lewis Stucley, of Affeton; Margery Hays and Joan Pollard

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About John Stukely

  • John Stucley1
  • M, #587345, d. 15 January 1610
  • Last Edited=28 Oct 2012
  • John Stucley was the son of Sir Lewis Stucley and Dorothy Hill.2 He married Frances St. Leger, daughter of John St. Leger and Lady Catherine Neville.1 He died on 15 January 1610.1
  • He lived Affeton.1
  • Child of John Stucley and Frances St. Leger
    • 1.Sir Lewis Stucley+2 d. 1620
  • Citations
  • 1.[S37] BP2003 volume 3, page 3800. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
  • 2.[S37] BP2003. [S37]
  • From:


  • Frances St. LEGER
  • Died: BEF 1597
  • Father: John St. LEGER of Annery (Sir Knight)
  • Mother: Catherine NEVILLE
  • Married 1: Son CULPEPPER
  • Married 2: John STUCLEY of Affeton (b. 1551 - d. 15 Jan 1610/1) (son of Lewis Stucley and Anne Hill) (m.2 Mary Redman) ABT 1573
  • Children:
    • 1. Catherine STUCLEY (m. Thomas Dowrish)
    • 2. Lewis STUCLEY of Affeton (Sir Knight) (m. Frances Moncke)
    • 3. Gertrude STUCLEY (m.1 Adam Williams - m.2 Humphrey Bury)
    • 4. Anne STUCLEY (m.1 John Langford - m.2 William Coede - m.3 John Rowe)
    • 5. Thomas STUCLEY
    • 6. Mary STUCLEY (m. Simon Weekes)
  • From: St. LEGER1


  • Elizabeth FORTESCUE
  • Father: Roger FORTESCUE
  • Mother: Mary NORLEIGH
  • Married: John STUCLEY of Cobleigh (son of John Stucley of Affeton and Mary Redman) 21 Jan 1629/30, Buckland Filleigh
  • Children:
    • 1. Roger STUCLEY of Chumleigh
    • 2. Mary STUCLEY
  • From: FORTESCUE4


  • Sir Lewis Stukley[2] (1552-1620) was an English gentleman and vice-admiral of Devonshire. He was guardian of Thomas Rolfe, and a main opponent of Sir Walter Raleigh in his last days. Stukley's reputation is equivocal; popular opinion at the time idealised Ralegh, and to the public he was Sir "Judas" Stukley.
  • He was the eldest son of John Stucley of Affeton in Devon, by his wife Frances St Leger, daughter of Sir John St Leger,[3] (d.1596) of Annery, Monkleigh, Devon, through whom he was related to leading families of the west of England. His grandfather Lewis Stucley (c.1530–1581) of Affeton was the eldest brother of Thomas Stucley[4] (1520-1578) The Lusty Stucley, a mercenary leader who was killed fighting against the Moors at the Battle of Alcazar.[5]
  • .... etc.
  • Stukley married Frances, eldest daughter of Anthony Monck of Potheridge in Devon, and sister of Sir Thomas, the father of George Monck. By her he had issue.[4] From the point of view of Stukley's reputation, it mattered whether Raleigh was part of his extended family: this was widely accepted, but it has been pointed out that it may depend on Sir Richard Grenville's use of "cousin" to Raleigh, when they were not related.[3]
  • From:


  • Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 55
    • Stucley, Lewis by John Knox Laughton
  • STUCLEY or STUKELY, Sir LEWIS (d. 1620), vice-admiral of Devonshire, was eldest son of John Stucley of Affeton in Devonshire, and Frances St. Leger, through whom he was related to all the leading families of the west of England. His grandfather Lewis (1530?–1581) was younger brother of Thomas Stucley [q. v.] The younger Lewis was knighted by James I when on his way to London in 1603 (Metcalfe, Book of Knights), and in 1617 was appointed guardian of Thomas Rolfe, the infant son of Pocahontas [see Rolfe, John]. .... etc.
  • .... The king possibly took this into consideration; possibly he thought that he owed Stucley something for his service against Ralegh. He pardoned him, and Stucley, an outcast from society in London, went down to Devonshire. The popular hatred pursued him even to Affeton, and he fled to hide his shame in the lonely island of Lundy, where he died in the course of 1620, raving mad it was said.
  • Stucley married Frances, eldest daughter of Anthony Monck of Potheridge in Devonshire, and sister of Sir Thomas, the father of George Monck, duke of Albemarle [q. v.] By her he had issue, and the family is still Stucley of Affeton.
  • [Cal. State Papers, Dom.; The Humble Petition and Information of Sir Lewis Stucley, knt., Vice-admiral of Devonshire, in Harl. Misc. iii. 63–8; Vivian's Visitations of Devon, 1895, pp. 721–3; Gardiner's History of England; Spedding's Life of Bacon; Burke's Baronetage.]
  • From:,_Lewis_(DNB00)
  • Dictionary of national biography (1885) Vol. LV. STOW-TAYLOR


  • Devon Perspectives
  • an infamous betrayal
  • The life of Sir Lewis Stukeley (sometimes spelt Stukely, or Stucley) will be stigmatized forever by one dishonourable deed: the betrayal of his distant cousin and Devon worthy Sir Walter Raleigh on his return from Guiana in 1618, a shameless act that lead directly to Raleigh's incarceration in the Tower and subsequent execution. Whence Sir Lewis has been branded 'the Judas of Devonshire'.
  • The oldest son of John Stukeley of Affeton by Frances St Leger, Sir Lewis was one of many who were granted a knighthood by James I on his way to London in 1603. As with others so honoured, this award was purely on account of his breeding, rather than for his achievements. He first came to public notice in 1617 when, as the recently installed Vice-Admiral of Devonshire, he was appointed temporary guardian of the infant child Thomas Rolfe, son of John Rolfe and his Indian Princess wife Pocahontas, after her sudden death just as preparations were being made for the three of them to return from England to Virginia. . . . . .
  • Sixteen miles to the westward, like a blue cloud on the horizon, rises the ultima Thule of Devon, the little isle of Lundy. There one outlying peak of granite, carrying up a shelf of slate upon its southern flank, has defied the waves, and formed an island some three miles long, desolate, flat-headed, fretted by every frost and storm, walled all round with four hundred feet of granite cliff, sacred only, then at least, to puffins and pirates. Over the single landing-place frowns from the cliff the keep of an old ruin, 'Marisco Castle,' as they call it still, where some bold rover, Sir John de Marisco, in the times of the old Edwards, worked his works of darkness: a grey, weird, uncanny pile of moorstone, through which all the winds of heaven howl day and night.
  • In a chamber of that ruin died Sir Lewis Stukeley, Lord of Affeton, cursing God and man.


  • Devonshire Characters and Strange Events/Sir "Judas" Stukeley
  • SIR LEWIS STUKELEY, or Stucley, who has been branded as the Judas of Devonshire, was the eldest son of John Stukeley, of Affeton, by Frances St. Leger. He had two brothers and several sisters. He was great-nephew to "Lusty" Stucley, and partook of that vein of meanness and treachery that characterized Thomas. He was married to Frances daughter of Anthony Monk, of Potheridge, a family which, if not more ancient, was free from the taint of baseness that savoured three of the Stukeleys. By her he had five sons; none were knighted, the shame of the father rested on them, and it was not till the next generation that knighthood was again granted to the representative of the Stukeleys, of Affeton.
  • Lewis himself was knighted, not for any worthiness that he had shown, but as the representative of a good family, when James I was on his way to London in 1603. In 1617 he was appointed guardian of Thomas Rolfe, the infant son of Pocahontas by J. Rolfe. Then he was created Vice-Admiral of Devon, and in that capacity he left London in June, 1618, with verbal orders from the King to arrest Sir Walter Raleigh, then arrived at Plymouth on his return from the Orinoco. Sir Walter had been released from his long captivity in the Tower, because he gave hopes to James of finding a gold-mine in Guiana. He had been there before, had brought away auriferous spar, and had heard tidings of deposits of gold. James was in debt and in need of money, and he clutched at the chance of getting out of his difficulties through the gold of Guiana. That there was gold there is certain; Raleigh's mine has been identified; but since he had left the Orinoco, the Spaniards had pushed up the river and annexed land and built stations.
  • Stukeley, an outcast from society in London, went down to Affeton. But even there he was ill-received. The gentry would not speak to him, his own retainers viewed him with a cold, if not hostile, eye, and rendered him but bare obedience.
  • The brand of Cain was on him, and he fled from the society of his fellow men to the isle of Lundy, and shut himself up in the lonely, haunted tower of the De Mariscoes. There he went raving mad and perished (1620), a miserable lunatic on that rock, surrounded by the roaring of the waves and the shrieks of the wind. His body was conveyed to South Molton, so that he was denied even a grave beside his ancestors at Affeton.


  • Sir John St. Leger (died 1596), of Annery in the parish of Monkleigh, Devon, .... etc.
  • He married Catherine Neville, daughter of George Neville, 5th Baron Bergavenny and according Virgoe (1982) left two sons[4] (only one according to Chope (1917)[5]) and four daughters:
    • John St Ledger, eldest son, a soldier in Ireland, died unmarried and in poverty
    • Dudley St Ledger, possibly illegitimate[6]
    • Mary St Ledger, the eldest, who married Sir Richard Grenville (1542-1591) of Stowe, Kilkhampton, Cornwall and Bideford, Devon, the famous captain of Revenge.
    • Frances St Ledger, who married John Stucley (1551-1611), of Affeton, Devon[9] and was the mother of Sir Lewis Stucley[10]
    • Margaret St Ledger, who married Richard Bellew of Ash, Braunton and Alverdiscott, Devon. A heraldic mural monument to Richard Bellew and his wife Margaret St Ledger survives in Braunton parish Church.
    • Eulalia St Ledger, who married firstly Edmund Tremayne of Collacombe, Devon, and secondly Tristram Arscott (1544-1621) of Tetcott, Devon, the latter who bought Annery from his father-in-law John St Leger.[11][12]
  • .... etc.
  • From:


  • Collectanea topographica et genealogica (1834)
  • . . . Thomas Earl of Ormonde died 8th Aug. 1515, leaving issue Anne and Margaret his heirs.
  • To which of these ladies the island was apportioned I am unable to tell. Anne, the eldest coheir, married Sir James St. Leger of Annery, co. Devon, whose only son the issue of this marriage, Sir George St. Leger, had by Ann, daughter of Edmund Knevyt, Esq. an only son Sir John, who, by Katharine daughter of George Lord Abergavenny, had issue : — John and Dudley, who both died s. p. and three daughters, of whom Mary, the eldest, had to her husband the gallant Sir Richard Grenville, of Bideford, co. Devon, Admiral of England, and by him was mother of the equally gallant Sir Bevill Grenville, who died in the cause of Charles I. at Lansdowne, and whose son and heir appears to have held Lundy at his death. If the island descended through this Mary to her grandson, it passed for a time from the family, as will presently be seen. The two other daughters were, Frances, married to John Stucley, Esq. of Affeton, Devon, and Eulalia, the wife, first of Edmund Tremain, Esq. of Cullacomb, Devon ; secondly, of Tristram Arscott, Esq. of Annery.


  • The visitation of the county of Devon in the year 1620 Vol. 6
  • Pg.352
    • STUKELEY. - (Supp.)
  • Nicholas Stewkley of Trent in Devon had
    • William Stewkley, 2, of Kene co. Devon m. Joane sister of John Stowell of Codleston co. Somers. Esq. had Christopher (m. Mary Foorde), Mary (m. Hen. English), Ann (m. Wm Anthony), Eliz. (m. Tho. Morre), Katherine (m. John Carew) Stewkley
      • Christopher Stewkley of Farindon co. Devon m. Mary d. of Edw. Foorde of Plimtree, had John (m. Frances St. Leger), Andrew, Grace, Ann, Elizabeth, Mary Stewkley
        • John Stewkley of Farindon m. Frances d. of John St. Leger or Armery co. Devon Kt. had Ludovicus (m. Franciss Monke) Stewkley.
          • Ludovicus Stewkley of Farindon miles, f. et h., ob. 1620 m. Franciss d. of Anthony Monke of Powdridg co. Devon Esq.


  • 'Stukeley1'
  • It appears to us that the name of this family varied more than most. Nevertheless, BP1934 uses "Stucley" throughout whilst Vivian mainly uses Stewkley for the early generations but moves to "Stucley" for the later generations of most of its branches. When we first prepared this page we used "Stukeley" as that was probably the most common version used in references to the family from elsewhere. This page was reviewed in July 2012 using Vivian. At that time we considered renaming the page "Stucley1" but decided to retain it as above.
  • Richard Stucley or Styvecle of Trent, Somerset (a 1414, to Somerset from Huntingdonshire?)
  • m. Elizabeth (d 10/18.04.1414, dau of John FitzRoger of Chedworth, widow of John Bonvile)
    • 1. Roger Stucley or Styvecle (b c1398, a 1414)
    • 2. Hugh Stucley or Styvecle or Stewkley of Affeton, Sheriff of Devon (a 1448)
    • m. Katherine Affeton (d 26.03.1467, dau/heir of John Affeton of Affeton (by Elizabeth, coheir of Sir Roger Manningford of Dorset), m2. Sir William Bourchier of Fitzwaren)
      • A. Nicholas Stucley or Stucle or Stewkley of Affeton
      • m1. Thomasine Kokeworthy (d 29.11.1477, dau of John Kokeworthy or Cockeworthye of Yarnescombe, widow of Robert Chudleigh)
        • i. Sir Thomas Stucley or Stewkley of Affeton, Sheriff of Devon (b 24.06.1473, d 30.01.1542)
        • m. Anne or Elizabeth Wood (a 1542, dau/heir of Sir Thomas Wood of Clyffe)
          • a. Sir Hugh Stucley of Affeton (b c1495, d 06.01.1559)
          • m. Jane (not Philippa) Pollard (a 1559, dau of Sir Lewis Pollard of Great Grilleston)
            • (1) Lewis Stucley of Affeton (b c1528, d 01.12.1581)
            • m1. Dorothea or Anne Hill (dau of Sir Giles Hill, widow of Christopher Hadley)
              • (A) John Stucley of Affeton (b c1551, d 15.01.1610-1)
              • m1. Frances St. Leger (dau of Sir John St. Leger of Amery by Catherine, dau of George Nevill, Lord Abergavenny)
              • m2. (19.07.1597) Mary Redman (d 26.12.1648, dau of John Redman of Thornton)
              • (B) Scipio Stucley (vicar of Dean Prior) had issue
              • m. _ Weeks of Honichurch
              • (C) Hugh Stucley
            • m2. Janet Powlett of Dorset
              • (D) Lewis Stucley (cleric) had issue
              • m. Margery Arscott (dau of John Arscottt of Dunsland)
              • (E) Johanna Stucley
              • m. Anthony Pollard of Way
              • (F) Margaret Stucley
              • m. John Hays of Witheridge
            • (2) George Stewkley
            • (3) Thomas Stewkley or Stucley or Stukeley had issue
            • This is the Thomas who is thought by some to have been an illegimitate son of King Henry VIII.
            • m. _ Powlett
            • (4) Hugh Stewkley of Hartland had issue
            • (5) Amiss Stewkley
            • m. Frances Pollard (dau of Sir Richard Pollard of Horwood)
              • (A) Anthony Stewkley had issue
              • m. _ Clotworthy of Meshaw (widow of _ Oland)
              • (B) Sibill Stewkley
              • m. Bartholomew Clotworthy
              • (C) Joan Stewkley
              • m1. _ Crewys
              • m2. _ Wood of Morton
              • (D) Frances Stewkley
              • m. Philip Davy
              • (E) Polynora Stewkley
              • m. John Nott of Lapford
              • (F)+ other issue - Lewis, Damaris
            • (6) Anne Stewkley
            • m. William Bellew of Alverdiscott
            • (7) Mary Stucley
            • m1. Tristram Larder of Upton Pyne
            • m2. John Prideaux of Nutwell (b c1520, d 29.09.1558)
            • (8) Elizabeth Stewkley
            • An Elizabeth of this generation is shown as wife of Sir John Wadham of Edge but we suspect that this may be confusion with an earlier Elizabeth - see below.
            • (9) Agnes Stucley
            • m. John Giles of Bowden (bur 30.11.1606)
            • (10) Katherine Stewkley
            • m. John Carew of Bickleigh
            • (11) Awdrie Stucley
            • m1. William Yeo of Braunton
            • m2. (27.01.1562-3) Roger Giffard of Tiverton Castle (b 1533, d 08.10.1603)
          • b. Thomas Stewkley of Colridge (a 1542)
          • m. Alice Spurston of Cheshire
            • (1) Augustine Stewkley of Colridge had issue
            • (2) Anne Stewkley
            • m. John Copplestone of Engesford
          • c. Maurice Stewkley
          • m. Allice Ffaringdon (dau of Charles Ffaringdon)
            • (1) Edward Stewkley
          • d. Margery (Margaret) Stukeley
          • m. Charles Farringdon of Farringdon (b c1500)
          • e. Thomazin Stewkley
          • m1. John Beare of Hunsham (b c1494, d 05.06.1531)
          • m2. William Trewynard
          • f. other issue - Christopher, George
      • m2. Ann Pomeroy (d before 07.04.1526, dau of Edward Pomeroy of Berry Pomeroy, widow of Robert Budockshyde, m3. Thomas Dudley)
        • ii. William Stewkley of Kene, Devon (b c1480)
        • m. Joane Stowell (dau of John Stowell, sister of John of Codleston)
          • a. Christopher Stewkley
          • m. Mary Foorde (dau of Edward Foorde of Plimtree)
            • (1)+ issue - John of Farindon, Andrew of Warkleigh (had issue), Grace, Ann, Elizabeth, Mary
          • b. Mary Stewkley
          • m. Henry English
          • c. Ann Stewkley
          • m. William Anthony
          • d. Elizabeth Stewkley
          • m. Thomas Moore of Taunton
          • e. Katherine Stewkley
          • m. John Carew of Bickley
        • iii. Anne Stukeley
        • m. William Dennis of Orley
        • iv. Jane Stukeley
        • m. Philip Baynard of Lackham (b by 1471, d before 21.05.1522)
        • v. Elizabeth Stucley or Stukeley (d before 07.04.1526) apparently of this generation, of this marriage
        • m. (before 31.08.1512) Christopher Fleming, 8th Lord Slane (d 08.1517/8)
      • B. Alice Stukeley
      • m. Sir Thomas Beaumont of Gittisham
      • C. Elizabeth Stukeley probably of this generation
      • m. Sir John Wadham of Branscombe & Merifield (d 1502)
  • Main source(s): Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, Stucley of Affeton), BP1934 (Stucley)
  • From:


  • 'Stukeley2'
  • John Stucley of Affeton (b c1551, d 15.01.1610-1)
  • m1. Frances St. Leger (dau of Sir John St. Leger of Amery by Catherine, dau of George Nevill, Lord Abergavenny)
    • 1. Sir Lewis Stucley of Affeton (d 1620)
    • m. (c02.1595-6) Frances Monk (a 1620, dau of Anthony Monk of Powtheridge, sister of Sir Thomas)
      • A. John Stucley of Affeton & West Worlington (d 31.01.1637-8)
      • m1. Honor Hals (dau of Richard Hals of Kenedon)
        • i. Sir Thomas Stucley of Affeton & West Worlington (b c08.1620, d 20.09.1663)
        • m. Elizabeth Sydenham (dau of Sir Ralph Sydenham of Yolston, m2. Rev. John Dodderidge)
          • a. Frances Stucley
          • m. Rev. Anthony Gregory
          • b. Mary Stucley
          • m1. Rev. Thomas Colley
          • m2. (09.08.1685) Michael Arundell
          • c.+ other issue Thomas (dvpsp), John (dvpsp), Margery, Honor
        • ii. Lewis Stucley of Affeton & Bideford (bur 21.07.1687, chaplain to Oliver Cromwell)
        • m. (06.01.1672-3) Susanna Dennis (d before 03.09.1692, dau/coheir of Robert Dennis of Bideford)
          • a. Dennis Stucley of Affeton & Bideford (b 10.02.1673-4, d unm bur 27.01.1741-2)
          • b. Thomas Stucley (b 06.06.1681, d 10.09.1735)
          • m. (24.06.1703) Sarah Middleton (bur 12.08.1729)
            • (1) Dennis Stucley of Affeton (d unm bur 29.12.1755)
            • (2) Susanna Stucley (d unm bur 16.10.1742)
          • c. Sarah Stucley (d 04.02.1742)
          • m. George Buck, Mayor of Bideford (d 09.11.1743)
          • One of their descendants assumed the name Stucley.
          • d.+ other issue - Lewis (b 06.05.1634, dsp before 22.08.1748, recorder of Bideford), Rebecca (b 18.11.1679, d young)
        • iii. Honor Stucley
        • m. _ Luttrell
        • iv. Frances Stucley
        • m. (22.11.1635) Philip Mayow of Bary (d 1679)
        • v. Anna Stucley (bpt 09.11.1623)
      • m2. (12.09.1625) Elizabeth Coode (dau of William Coode of Morval)
        • vi. Mary Stucley
        • m. John Courtenay of Molland
        • vii.+ other issue (d young) - John, Dennis, Edmond
      • B. Hugh Stucley had issue
      • m. (c08.1621) Arminilla Weeks
      • C. Lewis Stucley
      • m. (12.04.1627) Margery Coode (dau of William Coode of Morval)
        • i. Lewis Stucley of Plymouth (d 22.08.1693, cleric)
        • m. (05.02.1670-1) Elizabeth Alsopp of Plymouth (d 16.02.1701-2)
          • a. John Stucley (bpt 25.02.1675-6, d 13.09.1720, 3rd son)
          • m. (12.05.1697) Prudence Hamblyn
          • b. Charles Stucley (bpt 08.03.1676-77, bur 06.04.1720)
          • m. (20.08.1709) Anne Fownes (dau of John Fownes of Whitley, MP)
            • (1) Anne Stucley
            • m. (03.01.1730) Francis Luttrell of Venn
          • c. Mary Stucley
          • m1. (31.07.1712) Francis Pengelly
          • m2. John Bolitho
          • d.+ other issue - Jonathan (bpt 21.11.1671, dsp 09.1720), Lewis (bpt 04.03.1674, bur 20.09.1674), Judith (bpt 03.07.1673), Jane (bur 30.05.1675), Prudence (bpt 07.08.1679), Elizabeth
      • D. Frances Stucley
      • m. Robert Dillon
      • D. Gertrude Stucley see note ## for Gertrude just below
      • m. (19.05.1623) Adam Williams of Ivybridge (d before 16.06.1651)
      • E.+ other issue (a 1611) - Scipio, Anthony
    • 2. Thomas Stucley (a 1611)
    • 3. Katherine Stucley
    • m. Thomas Dowrish of Dowrish (b 1568, bur 08.01.1627-8)
    • 4. Mary Stucley (a 1611)
    • m. Simon Weeks if Broadwood Kelly
    • 5. Gertrude Stucley (a 1611)
    • m. (by 1590) Humphry Bury (d before 20.02.1631-2)
    • ## Vivian (Stucley) shows Gertrude as m1. (19.05.1623) Adam Williams, m2. Humphry Bury. In his pedigree on Williams of Stoford, Vivian shows Gertrude, dau of John Stucley, as m1. Adam Williams, m2. Humphry Bury. However, in his pedigree on Bury of Colliton, Vivian shows Gertrude as dau of John and does not mention any earlier marriage to Adam Williams. The dates for Adam & Humphry overlap. We presume that there were 2 Gertrudes, with Adam's wife being of the next generation (see above).
    • 6. Anne Stucley
    • m1. John Langford
    • m2. William Coode of Morval
    • m3. (c01.1625-6) John Rowe of Dunsford
  • m2. (19.07.1597) Mary Redman (d 26.12.1648, dau of John Redman of Thornton)
    • 7. John Stucley of Cobleigh (a 1611)
    • m. (21.01.1629-30) Elizabeth Fortescue (dau of Roger Fortescue)
      • A. Roger Stucley of Chumleigh (bur 28.12.1717)
      • m. _ Chichester
        • i. Chichester Stucley (bpt 26.12.1695, 2nd son)
        • m. (24.02.1716-7) Christian Hartnoll
          • a.+ issue - Roger (bpt 28.01.1717-8), Mary (bpt 11.08.1726)
        • ii.+ other issue - John (bpt 22.11.1687), Roger (bpt 09.05.1697, bur 26.11.1699)
      • B. Mary Stucley (bpt 31.10.1680)
    • 8. Damaris Stucley
    • m1. (19.03.1628-9) Richard Mason
    • m2. (22.12.1640) Vincent Calmady
    • 9. Frances Stucley
    • m. William Hutchinson of Kenn
    • 10. Agnes Stucley
    • 11. Elizabeth Stucley (a 1611)
    • m. Thomas Barrett
  • Possibly connected to the above family was ...
  • George Stewkley of Marsh, Somerset
  • m. Joan Luttrell (dau of Sir James Luttrell of Dunster)
    • 1. Peter Stewkley or Stukeley of Marsh
      • A. Hugh Stewkley or Stukeley of Marsh
      • m. Elizabeth Chamberlayne (dau of Richard Chamberlayne, alderman of London)
        • i. Sir Thomas Stewkley or Stukeley of Marsh and Hinton (a 1623)
        • m. Elizabeth Goodwin (dau of John Goodwin of Over Wichingdon, son of Sir John)
          • a. Sir John Stukeley (Stewkley), 1st Bart of Hinton (d c1642)
          • m. Sarah Dauntsey (dau of Ambrose Dauntsey of Lavington)
            • (1) Sir Hugh Stukeley (Stewkley), 2nd Bart of Hinton (d 1719)
            • m1. Catherine Trott (dau of Sir John Trott, Bart of Laverstoke, by Elizabeth, dau of Sir Edmund Wright, Lord Mayor of London)
              • (A) Catherine Stewkley (d c1683)
              • m. (c09.1679) Sir Charles Shuckburgh, 2nd Bart of Shuckburgh (b 1659, d 02.09.1705)
            • m2. Mary Young (dau of John Young)
              • (B) Mary Stewkley (b c1683, d 20.07.1740)
              • m. Edward Stawell, 4th Lord of Somerton (b c1685, d 07.04.1755)
            • Probably of this generation, but (if so) by which wife is unknown, was ...
              • (C) Sarah Stewkley
              • m1. John Cobb (dsp 1725)
              • m2. (1726) (Ellis) St. John of Farley
              • m3. Francis Townsend
        • ii. George Luttrell Stewkley or Stukeley (dsp)
        • m. Elizabeth Drewell (dau of Sir Humphrey Drewell)
        • iii. Joan Stewkley or Stukeley
        • m. (1580) George Luttrell, Sheriff of Somerset (d 11.04.1629)
        • iv. Susan Stewkley or Stukeley
        • m. Sir Henry Drewry of Hewgley
        • v. Ursula Stewkley or Stukeley
        • m. Henry St. John of Farley (b 1568-9, d 1621)
        • vi. Margaret Stewkley or Stukeley (d unm)
  • Main source(s):
  • (1) For upper section : BP1934 (Stucley), Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, Stucley of Affeton)
  • (2) For lower section (first uploaded within SZmisc05 on 21.12.05, in Stukeley1 from 16.05.09 to 19.07.12) : BEB1841 (Stukeley of Hinton)
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John Stukely's Timeline

Probably Affeton, Devon, England
Age 27
Of, Affeton, Devonshire, England
Age 32
Probably Ashton, Devon, England
Age 40
Affeton, Devonshire, England
Age 42
Affeton, Devon, England
Age 44
Affeton, Devon, England
January 15, 1611
Age 61
Devon, United Kingdom
Age 61
Age 61
Of Cobleigh