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Valentine Chicke, Kt.

Birthdate: (70)
Birthplace: Goodnestone, Kent, England
Death: Died in Goodnestone, Kent, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Chichley and Elys Chicheley
Husband of Phillipa Chicke
Father of Margaret Judde and Emeline Kempe

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About Sir Valentine Chicke, Kt.

Given name has also been reported to be the following:

  • Allen
  • Allaine

Surname has also been reported to be the following:

1st cousin of his wife

  • Sir Valentine Chicke1,2
  • M, #22299, b. 1430, d. 1462
  • Father John Chicheley, Chamberlain of London
  • Mother Margery Knollys
  • Sir Valentine Chicke was born in 1430 at Goodneston Manor, Turnbridge, Kent, England. He married Philippa Chicheley, daughter of Sir Robert Schickeley, Mayor of London and Agnes Apulderfield, circa 1454 at of Turnbridge, Kent, England. Sir Valentine Chicke died in 1462.
  • Family Philippa Chicheley d. 1463
  • Child
    • Emelyn Chicke+2
  • Citations
  • 1.[S6899] Unknown author, Plantagenet Ancestry of 17th Century Colonists, by David Faris, p. 207.
  • 2.[S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 275-276.
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  • IF THIS IS CORRECT THEN THE FATHER WOULD BE AT THIS PROFILE John Chicheley, Lord Chamberlain of the City of London
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  • The family of Barden continued in possession of this manor till the reign of king Henry IV. when it was alienated by one of them to Hadlow, in which name it did not continue long; for John Hadlow dying without issue, Alice, his sister, became his heir, and entitled her husband, John Woodward, to the possession of it; she survived him, and afterwards sold it to John Hopday, who in the 38th year of Henry VI. alienated it to William Hextall, of Hextalls-court, in East Peckham, and he dying without issue male, Margaret, his daughter and heir, entitled her husband, William Whetenhall, commonly called Whetnall, esq. citizen and alderman of London, to the possession of it. Their descendant, William Whetenhall, esq. of Hextall-court, about the middle of king Henry VIII.'s reign, alienated it to Fane, alias Vane, from which name it passed away by sale, in the 24th year of queen Elizabeth, to Sir Andrew Judde, Citizen and skinner of London, and lord-mayor in the 5th year of king Edward VI. who bore for his arms, Gules, a fess ragule between three boars heads, erased fessways argent. He was the eldest son of John Judde, of Tunbridge,by his wife Margaret, daughter of Valentine Chiche, and widow of Clovel, and dying in 1558, was buried in St. Helen's church, London, having founded a school in this parish, and other charities elsewhere,which he endowed with lands, and intrusted them to the care of the Skinners company. (fn. 29)
  • From: 'The lowy of Tunbridge: Tunbridge', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 5 (1798), pp. 196-255. URL: Date accessed: 14 November 2013.
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  • Genesis of the White family, a connected record of the White family beginning in 900 at the time of its Welsh origin when the name was Wynn, and tracing the family into Ireland and England. Several of the name entered England with the Norman conqueror. Representatives of the English branch emigrated to America in 1638. The Scotts of Scot's hall in the county of Kent, England. One of the oldest recorded families, their traditionary history beginning in Ireland about 300 B.C. The authenticated record herein given dates back to 400 A.D. Emigration to America was in 1740. Their descendants are to be found in every state of the Union. Supplemental records, biographical sketches and coats of arms of nearly seventy allied families (1920)
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  • 1. Thomas Chicheley, of Hingham Ferrers, Northants, died 1400; m. Agnes, dau. of William Pincheon.
  • 2. Sir Robert Chichele, Knt., Lord Mayor of London, 1411-21; m. Agnes, dau. and heir of William de Apuldrefeld, of Otterplay, in Chalock, Kent.
  • 3. Philippa Chichele, m. Sir Valentine Chiche.
  • 4. Emeline Chiche, m. Sir Thomas Kempe, K. B., of Ollantigh, son of William Kempe and Alice Scott, dau. of Sir Robert Scott, of the Scot's Hall family.
  • 5. Sir William Kempe, b. 1487; m. Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of Sir Robert Brown, fifth son of Sir Thomas Brown, of Betchworth, Surrey, by Eleanor, dau. of Sir Thomas Fitzallan and sister of John Lord Maltravers, of Betchworth Castle.
  • 6. Emmeline Kempe, m. Sir Reginald Scott, of Scot's Hall.
    • The eminent and knightly family of Kempe of Ollantigh in Wye, Kent, held for many generations a high and honourable position in that county. Ralph Kempe (the ancestor of Sir William) was in possession of that manor in the reign of Edward I. Of this family was John Kempe, Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal of Rome.
    • ARMS OF KEMPE OF OLLANTIGH: Gules within a bordure engrailed, three garbs, or.
    • ARMS OF CHICHELE: Or. a chevron between three cinquefoils, gu.
    • ARMS OF CHICHE: Azure three lions rampant, and a bordure argent.
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  • Stemmata Chicheleana; or, A genealogical account of some of the families derived from Thomas Chichele, of Higham-Ferrers in the county of Northampton; all of whose descendants are held to be entitled to fellowships in All Souls College, Oxford by virtue of their consanguinity to Archbishop Chichele, the founder (1765)
  • Pg.viii
  • Robert Chichele, the fecond son of Thomas,
  • Pg.ix
  • Elizabeth, Agnes, Agnes his wives ...
  • By one of his Wives, namely Agnes the Daughter of William Apulderfield(a), ...., he had a Daugher named Philippa, married to Valentine, otherwife Allan, Chiche, and through whom many of the following Tables are derived.(b) ....
  • Pg.1
    • No. 1 Pedigree Chart
  • Thomas Chichele of Higham Ferrers in Northamptonfhire, ob. 25 Feb. 1400. had Henry (Archbifhop of Canterbury, ob. 1443.), Sir Robert (Lord Mayor of London, 1411 and 1421), William (See No. 21.), A Daughter (m. _ Tooke) Chichele
    • Sir Robert, Lord Mayor of Lond, 1411 and 1421. had Philippa (m. Valentine Chiche), Another Daughter (m. _ Roper) Chichele
      • Philippa Chichele m. Valentine Chiche. had Margaret (m. _ Clovel & John Judde), Emelyn (see No. 8.) Chiche
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  • CHICHELE, Robert (d.1439), of London.
  • yr. bro. of William Chichele*. m. ?(1) by Mich. 1403, Elizabeth (d.c.1421), wid. of William More I* (d.1401/2) of London, vintner; ?(2) by Dec. 1422, Agnes, da. of John Faryngton and wid. of Richard Marlow* (d.1420/1) of London, ironmonger; ?(3) Agnes, da. of William Apulderfield of Challock, Kent; poss. 3 da.1
  • etc.
  • Notes
  • Variant: Chychele.
  • 1. Reg. Chichele, ii. 564-8; Cal. Letter Bk. London, K, 4-5; Corporation of London RO, hr 132/1, 146/34, 149/43. According to A. Wood, Colls. and Halls Univ. Oxf. i. 259, Chichele’s third wife, Agnes, was Apulderfield’s da., but the source of this information cannot now be traced. Nor is there any further evidence to support his belief that Chichele had three da. by her. Neither of the MP’s two wills mention any offspring, alive or dead.
  • etc.
  • 16. Cal. Letter Bk. London, K, 231; Reg. Chichele, ii. 564-8; Stow, i. 109. Wood, loc. cit., states that Chichele’s three daughters married respectively Valentine Chicche, Thomas Toke of Bore in Kent and an unknown member of the Roper family.
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Sir Valentine Chicke, Kt.'s Timeline

Goodnestone, Kent, England
Age 57
Canterbury, Kent, England
Age 63
Olantigh, Wye, Kent, England
Age 70
Goodnestone, Kent, England