The English baronetage Volume 2 ; containing a genealogical and historical account of all the English baronets, now existing their descents, ... and charitable donations deaths, places

 
9781236187321: The English baronetage Volume 2 ; containing a genealogical and historical account of all the English baronets, now existing their descents, ... and charitable donations deaths, places

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1741 Excerpt: ...tenuit Copula, Mors dirimeret, Thomas Knatchbull, Armiger, filius Richardi Knatchbull, deMerfliam-Hatch, Armigeri, Natu Quartus, et Eleonora Uxor ejus, Filia Johannis Astley, Magistri Jocalium, et a privata camera serenislimae Reginæ Elizabeths, Armigeri. Obiit () Ex Infer. Dom.-Wynd. KmtekkuU, Bar. Obiit ille An0. Dni 1623. annum agens Quinquagesimum secundum j ilia verb Ætatis sexagefimo tertio: Utrique pietate insignes, in proximos, in Liberos, in Deum singulars Habuerunt Prolem septem Filios, Richardum, Nortonum, Franciscum, Thomam, Astleyum, Johannem, ct Georgium; quorum quinque defuncti innubi; supersunt Nortonus, ct Thomas j et quatuor Filias, Bridgettam, Margaretam, Susannam, et Aliciam j quarum priores tres jam etiam defunctæ, tertia sine Prole, quarta adhuc in vivis. Justa hæc debitæ Pietatis memor exolvit tandem Dominus Nortonus Knatchbull, de Merfliam Hatch, Miles et Baronettus, eorundem Thomas et Eleonoræ, Filiuset Hæres. An. Salutis Mundi. 1653. Norton Knatchbull, Esq; his son and heir, was knighted at Whitehall, and afterwards advanced to the dignity of a Baronet, 17 Car. I. He served in Parliament as Knight of the Shire for the county of Kent, temp. Car. I. and for the Port of New Romney, in the reigns of King Charles I. and II. and was a person of great learning, of which his annotations on the New Testament, will be a lasting monument (t). He was twice married, 1. to Dorothy, daughter of the above-mentioned Mary Westrow, widow of Thomas Westrow, Esq; Sheriff of London, by whom he had issue Sir John, his successor, Sir Thomas, successor to his brother, and Norton, who died unmarried; adlj, Dorothy, relict of Sir Edward Steward, Knt. and daughter of Sir Robert Honywood, of Pett, in Charing, in Kent, Knt. by...

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