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Monday, May 17, 2010

Lord Henry Aucher Esq. & . Elizabeth Dygge

312520. Lord Henry Aucher Esq. & 312521. Elizabeth Dygge     

~1355, Henry born in Kent, England, heir & s/o 625040. Henry Aucher & 625041. Isabel Atte Towne.

By 1373, Henry’s father died.

12/11/1373, IPM of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex. Kent: … Rolvidenn. Two knights' fees, held by Richard atte Lese, knight, and the heirs of Henry Aucher … . (S) CIsPM, V13.

[––Henry & Alice––]

By 1375, Henry married Alice de Knelle. [His brother John married her sister Joan.]

1375, Sussex. — Henry Auchier and Alice, his wife, and John, brother of Henry, and Joan, his wife, sued William de Welles for a moiety of the manor of Knelle. (S) Pedigrees of the Plea Rolls, Wrottesley.

1376, Henry, his brother John, and their wives in the plea rolls.

6/21/1377, Richard II succeeded Edward III as King of England.

10/1377, Henry Auger, esq., on naval expedition with Captain Sir Gilbert Talbot [his uncle], and Richard FitzAlan, earl of Arundel for 3 months.

~1380, Elizabeth born in England, d/o 625042. John Dygge & 625043. Juliane de Northwode.

6/22/1380, The fourth part of one knight's fee in Lossenham held by Henry Fitz Aucher at Rolvenden at 25s. (S) CCRs.

5/13/1389, Henry, as heir of his father, and his brother John conveyed land in Waltham Holy Cross to Matthew Langridge and his wife Margaret. (S) CCRs.

11/25/1390, Elizabeth (625041) leased her dower rights to her son Henry: “Elizabeth who was wife of Henry Auchier to Henry son and heir of Henry Auchier. Indenture of lease of her estate in the manors of Lossenham, Godenne and Cassyngham and lands, rents, and services in Kent which the said Elizabeth and her husband held to them and the heirs of their bodies, the manor of Lovedale …  rendering to her and her assigns for term of her life £40 a year (S) CCRs.

Alice died.

1396-97, Henry Anger, and John Lovell …, to grant rent in Selling, Sheldwich, and Badlesmere to the chaplain of the chantry of St. Stephen, Selling. Kent. (S) UKNA.

[––Henry & Elizabeth––]

~1398, Henry married Elizabeth Dygge.

9/30/1399, Henry IV succeeded Richard II as King of England.

~1403, Elizabeth died.


1403, Henry held Lowden manor in Kent, for which he paid aid at the marriage of Blanche, the King’s sister. (S) Hist. & Topo. Kent, Hasted, V7, 1798, P193.

Henry married 2nd Joan Saint Leger, heir & d/o Thomas Saint Leger of Otterden, Kent.

1406-24, “Henry, son of Henry Ancher (or ? Aucher). v. William Edward: Lands in Rolvenden and Benenden, &c. enfeoffed by Henry the father.: Kent.” (S) UKNA.

Aft. 1406, Henry died.

(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P249. (S) Hist. and Topo. Survey … Kent, V7, 1798, PP163-172.

Children of Henry and Elizabeth:

i. Thomas Aucher (156260), born ~1400 in Kent, England.

ii. Richard Aucher, born ? in England.

[Ancestor of the Westwell line.]

Child of Henry and Joan:

i. Henry Aucher, born ~1405 in England.

Henry married Alice, d/o (625028) Ralph Ropere & Alice Kempe.

By 1424, “Henry, son of Henry Ancher (or ? Aucher). v. William Edward: Lands in Rolvenden and Benenden, &c. enfeoffed by Henry the father.: Kent.” (S) UKNA.

1429-30, “Parties to Indenture: Indentures between the king and the following, retaining them to accompany him in an expedition to France. Hugh Malet, Thomas Charles, Thomas Malefaunt, William Suthewell, Michael Power, Henry Aucher, Thomas Pope, John Sanke and William Seymour, esquires of the household.” (S) UKNA.

By 1433, Plaintiffs: Henry Anger and Alice his wife, and Adam Beggenden and Jane his wife. Defendants: Thomas Kempe, archdeacon of Richmond, and his half brethren, John and Edmund Roper. Subject: Divers oppressions: (petition for a writ of `dedimus potestateum' to examine divers aged witnesses): Kent. (S) UKNA.

10/6/1434, “Demise. 1) Hen. Aucher, esq., and wife Alice. …”. (S) UKNA.

1437, A list of names of creditors for wages from the war for 08/1431-01/1432, … Henry Anger … (S) UKNA.

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