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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Sir Edmund Denny & Mary Troutbeck

46170. Sir Edmund Denny & 46171. Mary Troutbeck  

~1465, Edmund Deny born in Cheshunt, Herts., England, s/o 92340. William Denny& 92341 Agnes ?.

~1475, Mary born in Cheshire, England, d/o 92342. Robert Troutbeck, esq.

12/3/1484, Joan Wilteshyre, widow … Witnesses: … Edmund Denny and James Songer, each of London. (S) CCRs.

8/22/1485, Henry VII succeeded Richard III as King of England.

1485-86, Edmund Denny, our attorney in the Estcheker. (S) Manu.’s of Corp.’s of Southampton and Kings Lynn, Pt3, 1887.

Edmund 1st married Margaret Leigh, d/o Ralph Leigh, Esq. [2 children.]

9/10/1487, Margaret died.

[––Edmund & Mary––]

~1490, Edmund married Mary.

5/81493, Writ of right patent in the Court of Hustings. Edmund Denny, and Ralph Legh recovered  5 messuages in London against the said Henry Frowyk. (S) Abstr. of IsPM for London, Pt1, 1896.

1494, Edmund a clerk in the Exchequer. (S) The Plumpton Letters, Kirby, 1996, P139.

11/16/1494, Thomas Danvers, esquire of Waterstoke co. Oxford, to Thomas and Henry Frowyk…, Edmund Denny, …. Release and quitclaim of the manor of Appulderfeld with all lands and tenements, rents and services, meadows, lesues and pastures in Appulderfeld, Codam, Sundrissh and Westram co. Kent which the said Edmund Denny purchased of him. (S) CCRs,

1504-5, Edmund purchased more of the Apuldrefield manor from Margaret Breknoke.

10/3/1505, Edmund’s partner Henry Frowyk, knight, died. Edmund named in the IPM. (S) CIsPM.

2/4/1506, 3 recognizances to the king for £120 each by Thomas Kneseworth alderman, Edmund Denny gentleman, and Christopher Grantham and Ralph Thomson 'fisshmongers,' all of London. (S) CCRs. [Later cancelled because it was found that they were unjustly bonded.]

1507, the manor La Mote surrendered to Edmund by fine of Hugh Clopton.

6/29/1507, Mary died.

5/20/1508, Inquisition taken at the Guidhall … Henry Frowyk … tenements in the Barbican, in the parish of St. Giles, … the said Henry and Margaret, … died, and the said John Legh, Edmund Denny and Ralph Legh survived them and are still seised of the said premises. … All the premises aforesaid are held of the King in free burgage only, and are worth per ann., clear, £12 9s. (S) Abstr. of IsPM for London, Pt1, 1896.

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

[––Edmund––]

Edmund married 3rd Joan ?, widow of Roger Grove.

4/22/1510, The executors of Roger Grove are: Edmund Denny and Joan, his wife, formerly the wife of Roger Grove. (S) UKNA.

6/9/1512, John Banaster and Margaret, …, Edmund Denny …, granted the said premises [2 messuages in London] to the said Robert Barnerd, … (S) Abstr. of IsPM for London, Pt1, 1896.

5/6/1513, Edmund Denny. To be fourth baron of the Exchequer, [and knighted]. (S) L&Ps, For. & Dom., Henry VIII, V1, 1920.

6/15/1516, Joan died.

1519, Edmund wrote his will, “twenty eight trentals of masses to be said for his soul and the souls of  ‘William and Agnes’, his father and mother, and three wives.”

12/22/1520, Edmund died; buried in St. Bennet, Paul’s Wharf, London.

(S) The Royal Lineage of Our Noble and Gentle Families, 1883, Foster, P22. (S) The Church Hist. of Britain:, Fuller, 1845, P536. (S) Genealogy of the Denny family in England and America, Denny, 1886.

Child of Edmund and Mary: [7 sons, 9 daughters]

i. Thomas Denny, born ? in England.

Thomas, the ancestor of the Dennies of Norfolk, married Elizabeth Mannock, d/o George.

1515-1518, Defendants: Thomas, son of Edmund Denny. Subject: The manor of Apulderfyld. Subpoena and injunction. Kent. (S) UKNA.

1527, Thomas died.

ii. Sir Anthony Denny, born 1/16/1501 in England.

9/30/1544, Anthony knighted.

1535-45, Anthony a close friend of King Henry VIII; and as the last act of friendship supposedly told infirmed Henry that he needed to prepare himself for death.

iii. Joice Denny (23085), born 7/24/1506 in England.


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