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  • Name WHITE, John 
    Prefix Sir 
    Born 1422  Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
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    Buried May 1472 
    Died 18 May 1472  Hampshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
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    Family HUNGERFORD, Lady Eleanor Alice ,   b. 11 Jun 1426, Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1471, Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 44 years) 
    Married 1446  Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    +1. WHITE, Sir Robert ,   b. 1446, Merriott, Crewkerne, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Aug 1513, South Warnborough, Hants, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
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    • BIOGRAPHY: Merchant of Staple Calias, Keeper of Chasis and Parks

      JOHN WHITE, GENT (1422-1518) \\
      5-a-3. LADY ALICE ELEANOR HUNGERFORD (1426-1472)

      JOHN WHITE GENT (JOHN JOHANNES ESQUIRE WHITE III) was born about 1422 of Swanborne, Hampshire, England to Robert White (1371-1464) and Alice Alecia Lynhorne (1374-1469.) He married Lady Eleanor Alice Hungerford about 1442 of Hampshire, England.

      Occupation: Calais, (Pas-de-Calais), (Nord-Pas-de Calais), France.

      John White died about 1518 of Winchester, Hampshire, England, age 86. His will was proved at Winchester prior to 1518.

      LADY ALICE ELEANOR HUNGERFORD was born 11 June 1426, at Swanborne, Hampshire, England, to Sir Robert Hungerford (1409-1459) and Margaret Botreaux (1406-1478.) She married John White about 1442 of Hampshire, England.

      Alice died about 1472 of Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England, age 46.


      Hungerford's Farleigh Castle

      Eleanor Hungerford was born circa 1430 at of Swanborne, Hampshire, England. [2]
      Marriages and Children
      Eleanor married John White, Gent., son of Robert White and Alecia (Alice), before 1456.[1] They had 3 sons (Robert; Richard, Gent; & John) & 1 daughter (Margaret).[3] [1] They had four children:
      1. Robert, Gent. (married Margaret Gainsford) [1]
      2. Richard, Gent. (married Maude Tyrrell) [4]
      3. John
      4. Margaret
      John White died in 1469. [1]
      Eleanor (Hungerford) White married (2nd), circa 30 June 1470, Sir William Tyrrell the Younger, Knight, son of Sir Thomas Tyrrell and Anne Marney. [5] [1]
      Eleanor (Hungerford) (White) Tyrrell married (3rd), before 1475, Sir Henry FitzLewis, Knight, son of Sir Lewis John, Knight, Sheriff of Essex & Hertfordshire and Alice Vere. They had no issue.[6][1] Sir Henry FitzLewis died in 1480. [1]
      Eleanor (Hungerford) (White) (Tyrell) FitzLewis married (4th) Thomas Garth, Esq. of Boxted, Essex, and London. [7] [1]
      Eleanor Hungerford: about 1430 to 1489, married four times. She is the daughter of Robert Hungerford and Margaret Botreaux. [8]
      Unsourced Child
      No sources indicate that Eleanor Hungerford and John White, Gent. had a son named, Thomas White
      Death
      Eleanor (Hungerford) (White) (Tyrell) (FitzLewis) Garth died before 1489, and was buried at New Abbey, London. [1]

      Children of John White and Alice Eleanor Hungerford:

      1. William White (1450-1528)
      2. Richard White (1454-1519)
      3. Joan White (1457-)
      4. *MARCUS WHITE (1460-1530)


      SIR JOHN WHITE (1484-1579)
      5-a-1. MILDRED WESTON (1485-1567)

      SIR JOHN WHITE was born about 1484 of Timsbury, Hampshire, England, to Marcus White (1460-1530) and Margaret Strelly (1477-1530.) He married Mildred Weston of Timsbury, Hampshire, England.

      John White died 1 February 1579 at Hutton, Somerset, England, age 95. He was buried 1 February 1579, at Timsbury, Hampshire, England.

      According to The Royal Forum by Bryan K Beets: 18X Gentleman, of Farnham and Cranstock in Woking, Surrey, South Warnborough, Binsted St. Clare and Wyke (both in Binsted), Kingsley, and Pennington in Milford, co. Hampshire, and Rigleton (in Woodnesborough), Sarre,9n St Nicholas), and Upper Court (in St Laurence), Kent merchant of the Staple of Calais. Merchant of Staple Calias, Keeper of Chasis and Parks fro Franham Castle.
      John White
      •ST. STEPHEN COLEMAN-STREET.
      WHITE'S CHARITY.
      John White, by his will dated the 22d of December 1584, devised out of a messuage and garden in Coleman-street, wherein he dwelt, the sum of 50s. a year to the use of 13 poor people, dwelling in the parish of St. Stephen Coleman-street, being yearly and weekly on every Friday, bestowed amongst them in penny loaves of bread, at the said messuage, to every poor man and woman a penny loaf, at the discretion of his wife, during her life, and after her death, of the person to whom he should devise the said messuage; and in case of default by them in the payment and delivery of the said loaves, he gave a power of distress to the parson and churchwardens of the said parish.
      The house charged with this payment, is No. 19, in Coleman-street, the property of Mr. Thomas Edwards, who regularly pays the annuity to the churchwardens. It is applied together to other donations for the distribution of bread, in giving away to poor people of the parish, three dozen twopenny loaves and one half quartern loaf every sacrament Sunday, and two dozen twopenny loaves with the half quartern every other Sunday in the year, the cost of which exceeds the amount of the donations.

      REPORT FROM COMMISSIONERS: CHARITIES IN ENGLAND AND WALES


      MILDRED WESTON was born about 1485 of Hutton, Essex, England, to John Weston of Lichfield (1475-1573) and Baroness Cecilla de Neville (1491-1573.) She married Sir John White of Timsbury, Hampshire, England.

      Mildred Weston passed away on 8 January 1567, at Hutton, Essex, England, age 82.

      Children of John White and Mildred Weston:

      1.*JOHANNA WHITE (1507-1535)
      2.Joan White (1533-1579)
      3.Ellen White (1535-1588)
      4.Alice White (1540-1620)
      5.Thomas White (1540-)
      6.John White (1551-1618)
      7.Walter White (1551-1588)
      8.Avis or Avys White (1552-1620)
      9.Cicily or Sysley White (1552-1579)
      10.Elizabeth White (1564-1632)
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      5-a. MARCUS WHITE (1460-1530)
      5-a-2. MARGARET STRELLY (1477-1530)

      MARCUS WHITE was born about 1460 of Timsbury, Somerset, England, to Sir John White (1422-1518) and Lady Alice Eleanor Hungerford (1426-1472.) He married Margaret Strelly about 1505 of Timsbury, Hampshire, England.

      Marcus White died 27 March 1530, Timsbury, Hampshire, England, age 30. Probate was 5 April 1530, Bishops Court, Devonshire, England.


      Area, England - Leckford, Hampshire - landscape
      general scenic - landscape of Leckford, Hampshire, England
      MARCUS / MARK WHIT



      St. Andrews_Timsbury
      http://www.southernlife.org.uk/timsbury_church.htm
      "Will of Markes White: In the name of God Amen. the 25 Day of Marche in the yere of Lord God mvxxx I Markes White being of good mynd and parfett memory make my last will & testament in this manner of wisse; First I bequeath my Soule to all myghtie god my body to be buryed in the churchyard of tymmysbury; also i bequeath to the forsaid church a great broche and a table cloth..."
      jolleymom4 originally shared this on05 Nov 2014
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      MARCUS MARKES WHITE



      MARGARET STRELLY was born about 1477 of Staunton Harrold, Breedon, Leicestershire, England, to John Strelly (1448-1501) and Sanchia Willoughby (1453-1470.) She married Marcus White about 1505 of Timsbury, Hampshire, England.
      Margaret Strelly passed away 27 March 1530, at Hutton, Essex, England, age 54. She was buried at Timsbury, Hampshire, England.

      Antique print of Christchurch
      jdtimothy originally shared this on15 Mar 2012
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      MARGARET STRELLEY

      Children of Marcus White and Margaret Strelly:

      1.*SIR JOHN WHITE (1484-1579)
      2.Robert White (1507-1592)
      3.Richard White (1508-1588)
      4.Alice White (1510-1534)
      5.John White (1510-1579)
      6.Edith White (1511-)
      7.Alice White (1513-1559)
      8.Alice White (1514-) Md. Lane
      9.Thomas White (1514-1588)
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      5-a. JOHN WHITE, GENT (1422-1518) \\
      5-a-3. LADY ALICE ELEANOR HUNGERFORD (1426-1472)

      JOHN WHITE GENT (JOHN JOHANNES ESQUIRE WHITE III) was born about 1422 of Swanborne, Hampshire, England to Robert White (1371-1464) and Alice Alecia Lynhorne (1374-1469.) He married Lady Eleanor Alice Hungerford about 1442 of Hampshire, England.

      Occupation: Calais, (Pas-de-Calais), (Nord-Pas-de Calais), France.

      John White died about 1518 of Winchester, Hampshire, England, age 86. His will was proved at Winchester prior to 1518.

      LADY ALICE ELEANOR HUNGERFORD was born 11 June 1426, at Swanborne, Hampshire, England, to Sir Robert Hungerford (1409-1459) and Margaret Botreaux (1406-1478.) She married John White about 1442 of Hampshire, England.

      Alice died about 1472 of Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire, England, age 46.


      Hungerford's Farleigh Castle

      Eleanor Hungerford was born circa 1430 at of Swanborne, Hampshire, England. [2]
      Marriages and Children
      Eleanor married John White, Gent., son of Robert White and Alecia (Alice), before 1456.[1] They had 3 sons (Robert; Richard, Gent; & John) & 1 daughter (Margaret).[3] [1] They had four children:
      1.Robert, Gent. (married Margaret Gainsford) [1]
      2.Richard, Gent. (married Maude Tyrrell) [4]
      3.John
      4.Margaret
      John White died in 1469. [1]
      Eleanor (Hungerford) White married (2nd), circa 30 June 1470, Sir William Tyrrell the Younger, Knight, son of Sir Thomas Tyrrell and Anne Marney. [5] [1]
      Eleanor (Hungerford) (White) Tyrrell married (3rd), before 1475, Sir Henry FitzLewis, Knight, son of Sir Lewis John, Knight, Sheriff of Essex & Hertfordshire and Alice Vere. They had no issue.[6][1] Sir Henry FitzLewis died in 1480. [1]
      Eleanor (Hungerford) (White) (Tyrell) FitzLewis married (4th) Thomas Garth, Esq. of Boxted, Essex, and London. [7] [1]
      Eleanor Hungerford: about 1430 to 1489, married four times. She is the daughter of Robert Hungerford and Margaret Botreaux. [8]
      Unsourced Child
      No sources indicate that Eleanor Hungerford and John White, Gent. had a son named, Thomas White
      Death
      Eleanor (Hungerford) (White) (Tyrell) (FitzLewis) Garth died before 1489, and was buried at New Abbey, London. [1]

      Children of John White and Alice Eleanor Hungerford:

      1.William White (1450-1528)
      2.Richard White (1454-1519)
      3.Joan White (1457-)
      4.*MARCUS WHITE (1460-1530)
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