Genealogy - KNIGHTs from Continental Europe to England/Ireland, to Philadelphia (PA), to France -Sept. 2018

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Ancestors of Jane HUNGERFORD [5533]
Thomas HUNGERFORD, Knt. [5051]
(Abt 1427-1494)
Edward BLOUNT, of Mangotsfield [5097]
Sir John HUNGERFORD, Knt., of Down Ampney [5043]
(Abt 1460-1524)
Margaret BLOUNT [5096]
(Abt 1463-1531)
Jane HUNGERFORD [5533]
(Abt 1481-1543)


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Henry LONGE, Sr., Knt., of Draycot Cerne, High Sheriff of Wiltshire [5511]

Jane HUNGERFORD [5533]

  • Born: Abt 1481, Tettenhall, Staffordshire, England
  • Marriage: Henry LONGE, Sr., Knt., of Draycot Cerne, High Sheriff of Wiltshire [5511]
  • Died: 1543, Draycot Cerne, Wiltshire, England about age 62

bullet   Another name for Jane was Johane, Frideswide.

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[Henry's wife, mother of Henry Jr. = Jane Hungerford or Eleanore Wrottesley ?]

Source <Wikipedia>:
"Sir Henry Long (ca. 1489-1556) was born in Wiltshire, eldest surviving son and heir of Sir Thomas Long of Draycot, landowner, of Draycot Cerne in Wiltshire. ...

Long married firstly, Jane (or Frydeswyde), daughter of Sir John Hungerford and Margaret Blount. He married secondly, Eleanor, daughter of Sir Richard Wrottesley and Dorothy Sutton. He had several children with both his wives, including Sir Robert Long. Sir Henry Long died 8 October 1556 and is buried at Draycot in Wiltshire. His second wife died about 1543.
Source <A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great ..., Volume 4> Par John Burke:
"THOMAS LONGE, of Semington, in the parish of Steeple Ashton, directs, by his will proved in 1509, to be buried in the chapel of St. George, at Semington, which chapel of St. George we find noticed in the will of Henry Longe, of Wraitall, who d. in 1490, (see p. 212, vol. 3.) He mentions his brother, William Longe, as being then living, and left by Johan, his wife, the following issue,
The eldest son,
Henry Longe, of Trowbridge, s. his father, d. in 1535, and was buried in the chapel at Semington, leaving issue by Johan, his wife,

The fourth son,
HENRY LONGE, of Whaddon. m. Mary, daughter of Thomas Horton, of Iford, in the county Wilts, grandson of Sir Roger Horton, of Catton, in the county of Derby, and by her, who d. n 1562, had issue,
VI. Anne, m. William Yerbury, grandson ot' Lawrence Yerbury, of Batcombe, and had issue. ..."
Source <>:
"Eleanore Wrottesley
Birth about 1481 Tettenhall, Staffordshire, England
Death 1543 Draycot Cerne, Wiltshire, England
Father Richard Wrottesley 1458-1521
Mother Dorothy Sutton of Dudley 1465-1518, Marriage: about 1473, Dudley Castle, Staffordshire, Engl
Husband Sir Henry Long of Draycot Cerne 1487-1556, Marriage: about 1510
Children (17) ...

Custom Fact
According to "The House of Commons 1509-1558, Vol.1", Eleanor had 5 sons and 2 daughters with Sir Henry Long (who already had 1 son and 2 daughters from his first marriage)."

Jane married Henry LONGE, Sr., Knt., of Draycot Cerne, High Sheriff of Wiltshire [5511] [MRIN: 3263], son of Sir Thomas LONGE, Knt., of Draycot & Wraxhall, Sheriff of Wiltshire [5514] and Margery DARELL [5534]. (Henry LONGE, Sr., Knt., of Draycot Cerne, High Sheriff of Wiltshire [5511] was born about 1489 in Draycot Cerne, Wiltshire, England, died on 8 Oct 1556 in , Wiltshire, England and was buried in Draycot Cerne, Wiltshire, England.)

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