|Birthplace:||Lathom, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in Uxbridge, Greater London, England, United Kingdom|
|Place of Burial:||Isleworth, Greater London, Middlesex, England|
Son of George Stanley, 9th Baron Strange of Knockin and Joan Stanley, 10th Baroness Strange of Knockin Strange
|Occupation:||2nd Earl of Derby, 2nd earl of derby, kb - Lord of Man and the Isles, 10th Lord Strange of Knokyn. Lord of Man and the Isles|
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Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby
Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby (before 1485 – 23 May 1521) was an English peer.
Thomas Stanley was the eldest son of Sir George Stanley and Joan Strange, daughter and heiress of John Strange, Lord Strange of Knockin, by his first wife, Jacquette Woodville, daughter of Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers. He was the grandson of Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby, and Eleanor Neville, fourth daughter of Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury, by Alice Montagu, the daughter and heiress of Thomas Montagu, 4th Earl of Salisbury. After the death of his first wife, Eleanor Neville, Thomas Stanley's grandfather married Margaret Beaufort, widow of Edmund Tudor, 1st Earl of Richmond, and mother of King Henry VII.
Stanley had four brothers, Anthony, John, Sir James and George, and five sisters, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Edward Stanley, Eleanor, Katherine, Joan, who married Sir Robert Sheffield, and Margaret, wife of John Osbaldeston, esquire.
As a result of his marriage to Joan Strange, Thomas Stanley's father, George, had been summoned to Parliament by writs directed to Georgio Stanley de la Strange, by which he became Lord Strange. George Stanley died at Derby House, London, on 4 or 5 December 1503, predeceasing his father. He was said to have been poisoned at a banquet.
A year later Thomas Stanley's grandfather, the 1st Earl, died at Lathom in Lancashire on 9 November 1504, and Thomas succeeded to the earldom of Derby and the barony of Stanley. When his mother died at Colham Green, Middlesex, on 20 March 1514, Derby inherited the baronies of Strange and Mohun.
Derby was at the Battle of the Spurs in 1513. Both he and his wife were in attendance at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in June 1520, and Derby attended the King at his meeting with the Emperor Charles V at Dover later that year. In the same year, Derby became a member of Gray's Inn.
Derby died at Colham Green, Middlesex, on 23 May 1521, and was buried at Syon. His widow, Anne, died at Colham Green, and was buried 17 November 1550.
Derby's line failed with the death of James Stanley, 10th Earl of Derby in 1736, when the earldom passed to a descendant of his younger brother, Sir James Stanley, ancestor of the Stanleys of Bickerstaffe.
Derby was betrothed in 1498 to Elizabeth Wells, the daughter of John Welles, 1st Viscount Welles, by Cecily of York, the daughter of King Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. A papal dispensation was obtained for the marriage. However Cecily died that year. By indenture dated 17 December 1505 Derby married Anne Hastings, the daughter of Edward Hastings, 2nd Baron Hastings, and Mary Hungerford, and by her had two sons and a daughter:
- Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby
- Margaret Stanley (d. shortly after January 1534), who married Robert Radcliffe, 1st Earl of Sussex, and by him had two daughters, Jane, who married Anthony Browne, 1st Viscount Montague, and Anne, who married Thomas Wharton, 2nd Baron Wharton.
- John Stanley (died young).
The failure of Thomas Stanley's grandfather, Lord Stanley, to come to the aid of King Richard III at Bosworth contributed to King Richard's defeat. Lord Stanley, who was by then married to the future Henry VII's mother, Margaret Beaufort, is given a major role in Shakespeare's Richard III. Lord Stanley's son, George, Thomas Stanley's father, was held hostage by King Richard, as noted in this speech given to Lord Stanley in Act IV, scene v of the play:
- .... etc.
- Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl Derby, 3rd Lord Stanley, Lord Strange of Knockin1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15
- M, #27424, b. before 1485, d. 23 May 1521
- Father Sir George Stanley, Lord Strange, Constable of Pontefract, Knaresborough, & Wicklow Castles16,17,18 b. c 1460, d. 5 Dec 1503
- Mother Joan Strange16,17,18 b. c 1459, d. 20 Mar 1514
- Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl Derby, 3rd Lord Stanley, Lord Strange of Knockin Also Viscount Kynton, Lord Mohun, Basset, Burnal, Lacy and Lord of the Isle Man and Lord of the Isles.19,3 He was born before 1485.6,12 He and Elizabeth Welles were engaged in March 1498; A dispensation for the marriage (as they were related in the 3rd and 4th degrees of consanquinity) was granted, but she died within the same year.3,6,7,8,12,14,15 A contract for the marriage of Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl Derby, 3rd Lord Stanley, Lord Strange of Knockin and Anne Hastings was signed on 17 December 1505; They had 3 sons (John; Sir Edward, 3rd Earl Derby, Lord Strange; & Henry) and 1 daughter (Margaret, wife of Sir Robert Radcliffe, 1st Earl of Sussex, Viscount FitzWalter).20,3,4,6,10,11,12 Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl Derby, 3rd Lord Stanley, Lord Strange of Knockin died on 23 May 1521 at Colham Green, Middlesex, England; Buried at Syon Monastery, Middlesex.3,6,12 His estate was probated on 27 June 1524.6,12
- Family 1 Elizabeth Welles b. c 1488, d. bt Mar 1498 - Dec 1498
- Family 2 Anne Hastings b. c 1484
- Margaret Stanley+3,4,5,6,9,10,12,13 d. a Jan 1534
- John Stanley3
- Sir Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl Derby+3 b. 10 May 1509, d. 24 Oct 1572
- [S8497] Unknown author, The Complete Peerage, by Cokayne, Vol. IV, p. 208/9; Burke's Peerage, 1938, p. 786, 2340.
- [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 386-387.
- [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 681-682.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 374.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. III, p. 228.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 94.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 309.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 415.
- [S6] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: 2nd Edition, Vol. I, p. 182-183.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. II, p. 43.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. III, p. 370.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 31-32.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 135-136.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 337.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 463.
- [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 681.
- [S16] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 93-94.
- [S4] Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 30-31.
- [S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. IV, p. 209, notes.
- [S5] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 386.
- From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p913.htm#i27424
- Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby1
- M, #13786, b. before 1485, d. 23 May 1521
- Last Edited=13 Dec 2012
- Consanguinity Index=0.13%
- Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby was born before 1485.1 He was the son of Sir George Stanley, Lord Strange (of Knokyn) and Joan Lestrange, Baroness Strange.1 He married Anne Hastings, daughter of Sir Edward Hastings, 2nd Lord Hastings and Mary Hungerford, 5th Baroness Botreaux, before 1503.1 He died on 23 May 1521.1 He was buried at Syon Abbey.2
- 10th Lord (Baron) Strange (of Knokyn) and 6th LORD (Baron) MOHUN.3 He was invested as a Knight, Order of the Bath (K.B.) in 1494.1 In 1504 succeeded his paternal grandfather as 2nd EARL OF DERBY.3 He succeeded to the title of 2nd Earl of Derby [E., 1485] on 29 July 1504.1 He succeeded to the title of 3rd Lord Stanley [E., 1456] on 29 July 1504.1 He succeeded to the title of 10th Lord Strange, of Knokyn on 20 March 1513/14.1 He succeeded to the title of 6th Lord Mohun on 20 March 1513/14.1 He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) in 1520.1
- Children of Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby and Anne Hastings
- Lady Margaret Stanley+4 d. Jan 1534
- John Stanley1
- Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby+1 b. 10 May 1509, d. 24 Oct 1572
- [S37] BP2003 volume 1, page 1101. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37]
- [S3470] Marian Hastings, "re: Hastings Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 31 Deember 2008. Hereinafter cited as "re: Hastings Family."
- [S37] BP2003. [S37]
- [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 XII/1, page 519. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
- From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p1379.htm#i13786
- Thomas STANLEY (2° E. Derby)
- Born: BEF 1484/5
- Died: 23 May 1521, Colham Green, Middlesex, England
- Buried: Syon Monastery, Middlesex, England
- Notes: See his Biography.
- Father: George STANLEY (B. Strange of Knockin)
- Mother: Joan STRANGE (10° B. Strange of Knockin)
- Married: Anne HASTINGS (C. Derby) 1502/07, Leicestershire, England
- 1. Edward STANLEY (3° E. Derby)
- 2. John STANLEY
- 3. Anne STANLEY
- 4. Margaret STANLEY (C. Sussex)
- 5. Henry STANLEY
- 6. James STANLEY (Sir)
- 7. George STANLEY
- 8. Thomas STANLEY
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/STANLEY1.htm#Thomas STANLEY (2° E. Derby)
- Second Earl of Derby and fifth King of Mann of the house of Stanley, Viscount Kynton, Lord Stanley, Lord Strange, Lord of Knokyn, Mohun, Basset, Burnal, Lacy, son of George, Lord Strange, by Joan, only daughter and heiress of John, Baron Strange of Knockin, succeeded his grand father Thomas first Earl of Derby in 1504, his father having died in 1497.
- In 1505 he granted to Bishop Huan Hesketh "all churches, lands, tithes and possessions, which our ancestors, the kings and lords of Man, have given, conceded and confirmed to the Bishopric and Church of Sodor" From the Traditionary Ballad we learn that he ravaged Kirkcudbrightshire "making such havoc of houses that some of them are yet unroofed," after which be landed at Derby haven in May, 1507, land put a full end to the commotion of the public. We are not, however, told what this "commotion " was, or how it originated. The ballad gives an enthusiastic description of the magnificence of his household and the number of his retinue, mentioning as a characteristic fad that "he wore the golden crupper" In 1508 he was one of the guarantors for the performance of a treaty of marriage between Princess Mary, daughter of King Henry Vll, and Carlos, Prince of Spain. He was a confidant of King Henry VIII, whom he attended in his expedition into France in 1513, when he was distinguished for his bravery at the capture of Terouenne and Touray. When the Emperor Carlos met Henry VIII at Canterbury in 1521 he rode between the two monarchs holding the sword of state. He was one of the peers who presided at the trial of the Duke of Buckingham during the same year. In the following year he died at his estate of Colham in the County of Middlesex, and was buried at Syon Abbey.
- From a letter of James, 7th Earl, written just before his execution to his son Lord Strange, it would appear that Thomas had relinquished the title of "King of Mann" and assumed that of "Lord of Mann " because he thought the title of a "great Lord" was more honour able than that of a petty King" but it seems more probable that he simply resigned his higher title either by the order of the King of England or from a politic desire not to give him any cause of offence. No legislation of any importance is recorded during his reign.
- By his wife Anne, daughter of Edward, Lord Hastings and Hungerford, he had issue Edward, who succeeded him.
- From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/ThomasStanley(2EDerby).htm
- Thomas Stanley
- Birth: 1483 Shropshire, England
- Death: May 23, 1521, England
- He was the son of George Stanley and Joan Le Strange. He was born about 1483 He married Anne Hastings between 1502-1507 in Leicester England
- Family links:
- George Stanley (1460 - 1503)
- Joan Lestrange Stanley (1463 - 1514)
- Anne Hastings Stanley (____ - 1550)*
- Elizabeth Stanley Scarisbrick*
- Margaret Stanley Radcliffe (____ - 1534)*
- Edward Stanley (1509 - 1572)*
- James Stanley*
- Thomas Stanley (1483 - 1521)
- Burial: Syon Monastery, Isleworth, London Borough of Hounslow, Greater London, England
- Find A Grave Memorial# 59272674
- From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=59272674
- Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 54
- Stanley, Edward (1508-1572) by Albert Frederick Pollard
- STANLEY, EDWARD, third Earl of Derby (1508–1572), second but eldest surviving son of Thomas Stanley, second earl of Derby, by his wife Anne, daughter of Thomas, lord Hungerford, was born in 1508 (Letters and Papers of Henry VIII, iii. 2820). His father, eldest son of George, lord Strange (d. 1497), and grandson of Thomas, first earl of Derby [q. v.], born before 1485, was made K.B. on 31 Oct. 1494, succeeded his grandfather as second Earl of Derby on 29 July 1504, and his mother in the barony of Strange on 20 March 1513–14. He attended Henry VIII on the French expedition in 1513, and was present at the battle of Spurs (18 Aug.) In 1520 he was in attendance on Charles V at Dover, and in the same year he was sworn of the privy council. He died on 23 May 1521, and was buried at Sion monastery, Middlesex. An anonymous portrait belongs to the present Earl of Derby (Cat. First Loan Exhib. No. 70). The third earl was a minor at his father's death, and became a ward of Cardinal Wolsey. He took his seat in the House of Lords in the parliament that met on 3 Nov. 1529, and on 13 July 1530 he was one of the peers who signed the letter to the pope petitioning him to grant Henry VIII's divorce. In 1532 he was present with Henry at his interview with Francis I at Boulogne. He was made a knight of the Bath on 30 May 1533, and on 1 June following he officiated as cupbearer at the coronation of Anne Boleyn. He took a prominent part in suppressing the northern rebellions in 1536 and 1537 (Letters and Papers of Henry VIII, ed. Gairdner, vols. xi. and xii. passim). In 1542 he accompanied Thomas Howard, third duke of Norfolk, on his raid into Scotland. He was elected K.G. on 17 Feb. 1546–7, and three days later bore the sword ‘curtana’ at the coronation of Edward VI. He was, however, strongly opposed to religious change, and protested in the House of Lords against the bills confirming the new liturgy (10 Dec. 1548), for the destruction of the old service books (December 1549), compelling attendance at divine service (January 1552–3), and legalising the marriage of priests (March 1552–3). In June 1551 it was reported that he had been commanded to ‘renounce his title of the Isle of Man,’ but refused, and was preparing to resist by force (Cal. State Papers, For. i. 119–20). Nevertheless, he was on 9 Aug. 1551 sworn a privy councillor on condition of attending only when specially summoned, and in the same year he was one of the parties to the peace with Scotland. He took little part in the proceedings of the council, but in December 1551 he was one of the peers who tried Somerset, while his eldest son was one of the principal witnesses against the duke. On 16 May 1552 he was appointed lord lieutenant of Lancashire.
- Derby naturally welcomed the accession of Queen Mary, and was one of her earliest adherents. On 17 Aug. 1553 he was made a regular member of the privy council, which he frequently attended, and in the same month was placed on a commission to investigate Bonner's deprivation of the bishopric of London. He was created lord high steward for the coronation of Mary on 1 Oct. and bore the sword ‘curtana’ at that ceremony. On 11 Nov. following he was made a special commissioner for the trial of Lady Jane Grey and others, and during Mary's reign he frequently took part in the proceedings against heretics, John Bradford (1510?–1555) [q. v.] being one of the victims of his activity (Foxe, Actes and Mon. vol. vii. passim; Maitland, Essays on the Reformation). He attended Philip of Spain at his landing on 19 July 1554, and on 30 May 1557 he was appointed captain of the vanguard to serve against the Scots. He was one of those summoned to attend Queen Elizabeth on her entry into London in November 1558, and before the end of the year became a member of Gray's Inn. He was retained as a member of the privy council, was appointed chamberlain of Chester on 16 April 1559, visitor of the churches in the province of York on 24 June 1559, commissioner for ecclesiastical causes in the diocese of Chester on 20 July 1562, and lord lieutenant of Cheshire and Lancashire on 18 Nov. 1569. But though he often took part in proceedings against recusants and gave the government timely warning of the insurrection of 1569, his sympathies and connections rendered him an object of suspicion to Elizabeth. The queen's enemies counted on his support (cf. Cal. State Papers, Dom. Addenda, 1566–79, pp. 371–2), and his sons, Edward and Thomas, were in 1571 implicated in an attempt to release Mary Queen of Scots from Tutbury (Hatfield MSS. i. 505–76). Derby died at Lathom House on 24 Oct. 1572; he had been noted for his splendid hospitality, and his funeral at Ormskirk on 4 Dec. 1572 was one of the most magnificent on record (cf. The Derby Household Books, Chetham Soc.; Cal. State Papers, Dom. 1547–81, p. 455; Collins, Peerage, iii. 55–62). His will, dated 24 Aug., was proved on 21 Nov. 1572. An engraving of an anonymous portrait of Derby belonging to the present Earl Derby is given by Doyle.
- Derby was thrice married. His first wife was Katherine (her name is given in the peerages as Dorothy), daughter of Thomas Howard I, second duke of Norfolk, who on 21 Feb. 1529–30 received a pardon ‘for the abduction of Edward, earl of Derby, and marriage of the said Edward to Katherine, daughter of the said Thomas, without royal license’ (Letters and Papers, iv. 6248, art. 21). By her Derby had issue Henry Stanley, fourth earl [q. v.], Sir Thomas Stanley (d. 1576), and Sir Edward (d. 1609); and four daughters. His second wife was Margaret, daughter of Ellis Barlow of Barlow, Essex, by whom he had one son and two daughters. She died on 23 Feb. 1558–9, and an epilogue on her death, by Richard Sheale, is printed in the ‘British Bibliographer,’ vol. iv. (cf. Stanley Papers, i. 14). His third wife was Mary, daughter of Sir George Cotton of Combermere Abbey, Cheshire, who afterwards married Henry Grey, earl of Kent, and died without issue on 16 Nov. 1580.
- [Letters and Papers of Henry VIII, ed. Brewer and Gairdner, vols. iv–xv. passim; Cal. State Papers, Dom. 1547–81, and Addenda, 1547–65, 1565–79; Derby's Corr. (Chetham Soc. new ser.); Stanley Papers, (5 pts.) and Lancashire Lieutenancy under the Tudors (Chetham Soc.); Cal. Hatfield MSS. pt. i.; Acts of the Privy Council, 1542–75; Lit. Remains of Edward VI (Roxburghe Club); Machyn's Diary, Chron. of Queen Jane, and Narr. of the Reformation (Camden Soc.); Corr. Pol. de Odet de Selve; Foxe's Actes and Mon.; Burnet's Hist. Reformation, ed. Pocock; Strype's Works; Lords' Journals; Baines's Lancashire; Hibbert Ware's Manchester; Collins's, Doyle's, and G. E. C[okayne]'s Peerages.]
- From: https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Stanley,_Edward_(1508-1572)_(DNB00)
11919 Name: Thomas III STANLEY KB, 2nd Earl of Derby, 3rd Lord Stanley of Knokyn 1 2 3 4 Sex: M Change Date: 27 DEC 2002 Note: Faris (1999, p. 147): "THOMAS STANLEY, K.B., Earl of Derby, son and heir, was born before 1485, and was grandson and heir to Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby. He succeeded to the Earldom of Derby, and later succeeded his mother as Lord Strange (of Knokin), and Mohun (of Dunster). He was married, with indenture of covenant dated 17 Dec. 1505, to ANNE HASTINGS, daughter of Edward Hastings, of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. Leicester, 2nd Lord Hastings (descendant of King Edward I), by Mary, Lady Botreaux, Hungerford and Moleyns (descendant of King Edward III), daughter and heiress of Thomas Hungerford, Knt. [see HASTINGS 7 for her ancestry). He attended King Henry VIII in the French expedition in 1513, was at the Battle of Spurs on 18 Aug. 1513, and attended the Emperor Charles V at Dover in 1520. "Thomas Stanley erle of Derby and lord Stanley" died testate (P.C.C., 21 Bodfelde) at Colham Green, Middlesex, on 23 May 1521, and was buried at Syon Monastery, Middlesex. "Anne Stanley, countess of Darbye" died testate (P.C.C., 7 Bucke) at Colham Green, and was buried on 17 Nov. 1550. C.P. 4:208-209 (1916). C.P. 12(1):251 (1953). Paget (1977), p. 264. C.P. 14:251 (1998). Child of Thomas Stanley, by Anne Hastings: i. MARGARET STANLEY, married ROBERT RADCLIFFE [see RADCLIFFE 6]." 5 Birth: BEF 1485 6 2 Death: 23 MAY 1521 in Colham Green, Middlesex, England 6 2 Occupation: 2nd Earl of Derby 6 4 Occupation: 10th Lord Strange of Knokyn 6 2 4 Occupation: Lord of Man and the Isles BET 29 JUL 1504 AND 23 MAY 1521 1 Birth: ABT 1481 1 Note: THOMAS STANLEY, 2nd Earl of Derby, 10th LORD (Baron) STRANGE (of Knokyn) and 6th LORD (Baron) MOHUN (in which two Baronies he s his mother (according to later doctrine) 20 March 1513/4), KB (1494), PC (1520); also assumed the titles VISCOUNT KYNTON and LORD (Baron) BASSETT, BURNAL and LACY (none of which he was entitled to); b by 1485; m by 1503 Anne Hastings (bur 17 Nov 1550), dau of 2nd Lord (Baron) Hastings of Hastings and sis of 1st Earl of Huntingdon (qv), and d 23 May 1521, having had issue 2 Occupation: 6th Lord (Baron) Mohun - "...in which two Baronies he s his mother (according to later doctrine) 20 March 1513/4" BET 20 MAR 1513 AND 1514 2 Note: THOMAS STANLEY, 10th Lord (Baron) Strange (of Knokyn) and 6th LORD (Baron) MOHUN; s his paternal gf 1504 as 2nd EARL OF DERBY 4
Father: George STANLEY KB, KG, PC, 9th Lord Strange of Knokyn b: ABT 1460 Mother: Joan LE STRANGE Baroness Strange of Knokyn, Baroness Mohun b: ABT 1463
Marriage 1 Anne HASTINGS Married: ABT 17 DEC 1505
Birth: BEF 1485 _SDATE: 31 DEC 1484 Birth: 1485 _SDATE: 1 JUL 1485 in Knockin, Shropshire, England Death: 23 MAY 1521 Death: 23 MAY 1521 in Colham Green, Middlesex, England
- The Derby Household Books: Comprising an Account of the Household ... By William Ffarington
- IBID. "Mr Halsoll."] Richard, son and heir of Henry and grandson of Sir Thomas Halsall of Halsall Knt., whose wife was Jane, daughter and coheiress of Sir John Stanley of Honford Knt. (base son and heir of John Stanley, brother of Thomas first Earl of Derby) and of Elizabeth his wife, daughter and coheiress of Sir John Harrington of Hornby Castle Knt. and of his wife, the daughter and heiress of Sir Robert Nevile of Hornby. In her widowhood Dame Jane Halsall married 2nd Edward VI. John Osbaldeston Esq., and in the same year her daughter Maud married Edward Osbaldeston of Osbaldeston, her husband's son by his first wife Margaret,
- daughter of George Lord Strange. The mother of Sir Thomas Halsall was Margaret, daughter of James Stanley, Clerk, and by her husband, Sir Henry Halsall of Halsall, she had issue six sons and three daughters. On the south side of the chancel of Halsall Church upon an altar tomb ornamented with escutcheons, now defaced, are the full-length figures of a knight of the Halsalls and a lady of the Stanleys. (Baines, vol. iv, p. 262.) Richard Halsall Esq. succeeded his father Henry (whose Will was proved at Chester 30th December 1574) and married before 1567 Ann, daughter of Alexander Barlow of Barlow Esq. M.P. the niece of Margaret Countess of Derby, and a lady who was a frequent visiter at Knowsley, (See p. 106, Note.) By this lady he had no surviving issue, and the name of his second wife has not been recorded in the Visit. Lanc., A° 1613, c. 5, 50 b. in Coll. Arm. She was, however, Jane, daughter of William Norres and the mother of Sir Cuthbert Halsall, mentioned page 35 and afterwards in this Diary. (Lanc. MSS., vol. iii. pp. 216-331.)
Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby's Timeline
Lathom, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
Probably Derbyshire, England
May 10, 1509
Derby, Derbyshire, England