1525, Henry born in Cornwall, England, s/o 59420. John Killigrew & 59421. Elizabeth Trewinard.
~1540, Katherine born in Essex, England, d/o 59422. Anthony Cooke & 59423. Anne Fitzwilliam.
Henry 1st married Jael de Peigne [sons Joseph and Henry.]
1553, Henry a MP for Newport & Launceston.
2/28/1558, Henry Killigrew to Walsingham. … Lord Wyllughby arrived from Utrecht, and he and I are to meet this morning and confer … (S) Cal. State Papers, Elizabeth, V21, 1931.
11/7/1560, John Killegrew: “To my best beloved brother, Henry Killigrew . . . . at Court.” (S) Cal. State Papers, Elizabeth, V3, 1865.
11/18/1561, Randolph: “To Henry Killigrew, at his house in Paul's Church Yard, next door to the Dean of Paul's. ‘Deliver herewith a dagger and a pair of knives.’”. (S) Cal. State Papers, Elizabeth, V5, 1867.
1569, Sir H. Killigrew a sent letter to Sir W. Cecil.
1563, Henry a MP for Saltash.
11/4/1565 at Gidea Hall, Essex, Henry of Lathbury of Cornwall married Katherine.
1571-2, Henry a MP for Truro.
9/10/1572, Queen Elizabeth sent a letter to “sir H. Killigrew”.
1573, 10 Letters Between Sir Valentine Browne and Henry Killigrew. (S) Cal. of State Papers, Scotland, 1905.
1574, 7 Letters involving Henry Killigrew & Walsingham. (S) Cal. of State Papers, Scotland, 1907.
[––Henry & Katherine––]
[Henry apparently divorced Jael & married Katherine. Jael is in records after Henry’s death as his previous wife.]
5/22/1576, Katherine “Killigrew” given items in the will of her father.
1584, Exchequer accounts of Henry Killigrew. (S) UKNA.
1586-87, Letters to and from Henry Killgrew. (S) Egerton MSS, Br. Museum, 1694.
8/1588, Lord Wyllughby to [Henry] Killigrew: … Hearing that Killigrew has been applying … for 2 troops to guard Walcheren, …, he hastens to explain that he has no intention of putting any cavalry in this island, … (S) UKNA.
1592-94, Henry Killigrew, knight. v. John Burd: "Prises" brought by Captain Riddlestone (defendant's partner) into the harbour of Plymouth (Devon); … (S) UKNA.
1593, Sir Henry wrote a letter to his son-in-law Sir Jonathan Trelawney.
4/1596, Sir Henry received a letter from his son-in-law Sir Henry Neville, an ambassador at Paris.
12/14/1599, “Letter from Sir Henry Killigrew [Neville's father-in-law] to Neville, dated from London.”
1603, Henry died.
(S) Peerage of England, Collins, 1812, P193. (S) UKNA. (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P797. (S) Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity, 1817, P99.
Children of Henry and Catherine:
i. Anne Killigrew, born ? in England.
Anne married Sir Henry Neville, Ambassador.
ii. Elizabeth Killigrew, born ? in England.
Elizabeth married Sir Jonathan Trelawney.
1604, John died.
Elizabeth married Sir Thomas Reynell.
[This Elizabeth was not married to John Berkeley – that was a d/o Henry’s brother William.]
iii. Dorothy Killigrew (14855), born ~1575 in England.
“Sir Henry Killegrew had three daughters: Anne who married Sir Henry Neville (the Ambassador); Elizabeth who married first Sir Jonathan Trelawney and after his death in 1604, Sir Thomas Reynell; and Dorothy, wife of Sir Edward Seymour.” (S) UKNA – Trelawney Papers, 1604-1610.