William Butler, Sir , of Tyes Hall
|Birthplace:||Tyes Hall, Cuckfield, Sussex, England|
|Death:||Died in Ashton, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom|
Son of John Butler, Sr., of Aston and Margaret Butler
|Managed by:||David William Stein|
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William BUTLER of Tyes (Sir)
Born: ABT 1530, Tighes, Essex, England
Father: John BUTLER of Aston (Sir)
Mother: Margaret SUTTON
Married: Margaret GREEKE
1. Margaret BUTLER
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William Butler, Esq. of Tyes Hall (in Cuckfield) Sussex, 3rd son. He married Margaret Greeke, daughter of Thomas Greeke, Gent., of Palsters, Lancashire, by Jane, daughter of George Thompson. They had four son, including Roger, Edward, and William, and two daughters, Margaret and Katherine (wife of William Porter).
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Lawrence I Washington, Gentleman was born in 1566 in Sulgrave Manor, and died December 15, 1616, in Wyke Hamon, Northamptonshire, England. He married Margaret Butler (b. 1568) in Tyes Hall. Margaret's parents were William Butler of Tyes Hall, Cuckfield, Suffolk County, England, and Margaret Greeke of Palsters, Lancashire and London, England. Her grandparents were John Butler and Margaret Sutton. Margaret died in 1652.
William Butler, Esq., of Tyes Hall (in Cuckfield), Sussex, 3rd son. He married Margaret Greeke, daughter of Thomas Greeke, Gent., of Palsters, Lancashire, Secondary of the Office of the Pipe, by Jane, daughter of George Thomson. They had four sons, including Roger, Edward, and William, and two daughters, Margaret and Katherine (wife of William Porter). In 1587 he and his wife, Margaret, purchased the manor of Tyes Hall (in Cuckfield), Sussex from Thomas Michell and his wife, Joan. Following William Butler's death, his widow, Margaret, married William Mill, Esq., of Charterhouse Churchyard, London and Harscombe, Gloucestershire, Clerk of the Council of the Star Chamber, Burgess (M.P.) for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, 1589, Justice of the Peace for Surrey from c.1592. William Mill, Esq., died 16 July 1608. He left a will proved 29 July 1608 (P.C.C. 69 Windebanck), naming his wife, Margaret, and her children.