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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Sir John Cary & Joyce Denny

23084. Sir John Cary & 23085. Joyce Denny   

~1495, John born in England, s/o 46168. Thomas Cary & 46169. Margaret Spencer.

7/24/1506, Joice born in England, 5th d/o 46170. Edmund Denny & 46171. Mary Troutbeck. (S) The Diary of Henry Machyn, Citizen and Merchant-taylor of London, 1848, Nichols, P373.

4/21/1509, Henry VIII succeeded Henry VII as King of England.

1513, John a member of King Henry VIII’s train during his French expedition to capture Guienne, having 1 servant and 1 horsekeeper. (S) An inquiry into the place and quality of the gentlemen of his majesty’s …, 1829, Carlisle, P14.

Joyce 1st married William Waslingham of Seadbury, co. Kent. [3 sons.]

10/5/1527, John Cary, groom of the Privy Chamber. To be seneschall of the lordships of Lammershe and Colne Wake, Essex, and Bassingborne, Camb., with wages of £6 13s. 4d. (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V4, 1875.

12/22/1529, John Cary, page of the Privy Chamber. To be steward of the lordships of Lammershe and Colnewake, Essex, and Bassyngborne, Kent, in the gift of the King by the death of Sir Wm. Tyler; with £6 13s. 4d. a year. (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V4, 1875.

9/29/1532, Warrants from the King, directed to my master, …, for payment of special sums … £100 to John Pen, Nic. Sympson, Irean Brereton, John Cary, Thos. Warde, and Ant. Dynney. (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V5, 1880.

3/1534, William died.

[––John & Joyce––]

By 1536, John obtained a grant from the crown of the dissolved Priory of Thremhall.

7/1536, John Cary and Jocosa Walsingham, whom the said John is going to marry. Grant in tail male of the site, &c., of the late priory of St. James the Apostle, Thremhale, Essex, lately suppressed; the church, steeple, and churchyard; and all messuages, &c., thereto belonging; the lordships or manors of Thremhale and Engeyneshall, Essex; the manor of Beches in Pelham Furneys, Herts; the rectories of the churches of Thremhale and Stansted, Essex, and the advowsons of the churches and vicarages; and the following portions of tithes and pensions, viz., 26s. 8d. a year from the parish rectory or vicarage and church of Birchanger alias Belchanker, 6d. a year in Byerden, and 9d. a year in Ugley, Essex; and all manors, messuages, mills, &c., rectories, advowsons, tithes, and other rights lately belonging to Sim. Sponer, the late prior in right of the said monastery in Thremhale, Manewden, Stansted, Birchanger, Bierden, Ugley, Tendringe, Clakton Magna, Clakton Parva, Engayneshall, Rosebrige, Perstedes, and Watmede, Essex; Beches, Pelham Furneys, and Stortford, &c., Herts. The premises are of the clear annual value of £61. (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V11, 1888.

1537, John married Joyce. (S) The East Anglian, Tymms, 1866, P54, citing Patent Rolls.

12/4/1540, John Cary, a page of the Privy Chamber. Lease of all the demesne lands of the crown, with a croft of the demesne lands called Signor Downe; parcel of the demesne lands of the manor of Halyfeld Hall, Essex, … (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V16, 1898.

2/1/1542, John Cary, a page of the Privy Chamber. (S) Letters and Papers, F&D, V17, 1900.

10/26/1542, John Cary, King's servant. To be keeper of the messuage called Caryngtons alias Cadyngtons in Hondesdon, Herts, of which he and John Parys have hitherto had joint custody. (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V18, 1901.

8/7/1543, John Carye. Tithes of Stanstede Abbots rectory, Herts; on surrender of a 24 years' lease (recited) to Robt. Beeke, clk., and Robt. Crosse, of Ware, Herts, by Merton priory, Surr. (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V18, 1901.

3/1544, A muster book showing what soldiers may be furnished by the gentlemen of England from the King's Council … The Privy Chamber.—Sir Thos. Hennage … John Cary … (S) Letters and Papers, For. & Dom., V19, 1903.

12/24/1545, "Quarter wagis at Cristemas” … John Cary, paymaster of Hunnesdon, £4 11s. 3d. … (S) Letters and Papers, F&D, V20, 1907.

2/22/1546, John, Knight of the Carpet.

8/20/1551, John wrote his will.

8/9/1552, John, of Pleshy and Thremhall Priory, Essex, buried at Hunsdon, Essex.

11/10/1560, Joice wrote her will.

Bef. 1/13/1561, Joice died; will proved.

(S) Old Yorkshire, William Smith, 1890.  (S) The Royal Lineage of Our Noble and Gentle Families, 1883, Foster, P22. (S) The Tendring hundred in the olden time., Watson, 1877, P140.

Family notes:

·         John the ancestor of the Vicounts of Falkland.

Children of John and Joyce:

i. Sir Wymond Cary, born 3/6/1538 in England. [Heir]

1558-1603, “Wymond Cary v. Thomas Frenche. Lands belonging to the parsonage of Snettisham.”

Wymond married Catherine Jernegan, d/o John of Somerleyton, co. Suffolk, widow of Henry Crane.

1608, “Surrender by Sir Wymond Cary knight to Sir Robert Crane knight of life interest of Dame Katharine his wife in the manors of Fledehall and Waltham Hall, …”.

4/13/1612, Wymond died.

ii. Edward Cary (11542), born ~1540 in England.


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