Susan Norton (Neville)
|Also Known As:||"Conyers alias Norton", "Susanna"|
|Birthplace:||Snape Hall, Bedale, North Yorkshire, England|
|Death:||Died in Kippax,,West Yorkshire,England|
Daughter of Richard Neville, 2nd Lord Latimer and Anne de Neville, Baroness Latimer
|Managed by:||Justin Swanström|
About Susan Norton
From Jorge H. Castell's page on the Nevilles:
- Born: 28 Apr 1501, Snape Hall, Snape, Yorkshire, England
- Father: Richard NEVILLE (2° B. Latimer)
- Mother: Anne STAFFORD (B. Latimer)
- Married: Richard CONYERS NORTON ABT 1525
- 1. Catherine CONYERS NORTON
- 2. Clare CONYERS NORTON
- 3. Francis CONYERS NORTON
- 4. John CONYERS NORTON
From Darryl Lundy's page on Susannah Neville:
- F, #16648, b. 28 April 1501
- Last Edited=22 May 2004
- Consanguinity Index=5.58%
Susannah Neville was born on 28 April 1501. She was the daughter of Richard Neville, 2nd Lord Latimer and Anne Stafford.
And paraphrased from the Genuki page on Norton Conyers:
Norton Conyers is in the parish of Wath, within the wapentake and liberty of Allerton. It is located 3/4 miles south-southwest of Wath and 3 miles north of Ripon (54°10'51.64"N, 1°30'40.48"W). Historically, this was the seat of the Norton family (which included Richard Norton, Chief Justice of England in 1400), until in 1569 Richard Norton carried out an unsuccessful religious rebellion on behalf of the Earls of Northumberland and Westmoreland against Queen Elizabeth I and was executed. After that, the estate was confiscated and given to the Musgraves.
NOTE: Susan Neville descends from the great Neville family of northern England, Earls of Westmoreland, Dukes of Northumberland, Barons of Raby Castle, etc., who ultimately descend from Edward III through John of Gaunt.
Mentioned in Dictionary of National Biography By Leslie Stephen as one of the daughters of Richard Neville and spouse of Richard Norton.
Susan Norton's Timeline
April 28, 1501
Bedale, North Yorkshire, England
Abt. 1522 Of Norton Conyers, Yorkshire, England
Norton Conyers, Yorkshire, England
Of York, York, Eng
Came To Allesley, Juxta Coventry, Wrwk, Eng.
York, Yorkhire (now York), England
Abt. 1555 At Allesley, Warwick, England
Yorkshire , England