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Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives


Nicholas Noyes +

1James Atkins Noyes, Noyes Pedigree, NEHGR Vol. 53 pp. 36-37 (Jan. 1899).
"2. NICHOLAS2 NOYES (William1), son of William1 and Anne, was born 1615-6. He was made a freeman 17 May, 1637, and about 1640 married Mary Cutting, daughter of Captain John Cutting, a ship master formerly of Londonknajd Mary his wife. John Cutting in his will mentions Mary, wife of Nicholas Noyes. Nicholas Noyes was a deputy to the General Court at Boston, from Newbury, 19 Dec., 1660, 28 May, 1679, 19 May, 1680, and 4 Jan., 1680-1. He was chosen deacon of the First Parish 20 March, 1683-4, and died 23 Nov., 1701, at Newbury. His will was made 4 July, 1700, and proved 29 Dec., 1701; in it he mentions sons John. late of Newbury, deceased; Nicholas of Salem; Cutting; Timothy; Thomas deceased, and daughters Mary, wife of John French of Salisbury; Hannah, wife of John Atkinson, Sr., of Newbury; Sarah, wife of Matthew Pettingell of Newbury; Rachel, wife of James Jackman of Newbury, and Abigail unmarried; also Mary the widow of his son John. His son was made executor. The personal estate was £1521, and the real estate was £1160. (307: 233 and 307: 236 at Salem). In deed 15: 41 at Salem, he conveys property to his grandson Nicholas, son of his son John, 19 April, 1698, and deed 27: 8 at Salem, 1 April, 1673, is an agreement between Nicholas Noyes, his wife Mary, and their son Cutting.
The homestead of Nicholas Noyes was in 1885 owned by Nathaniel Little.
Children, born in Newbury:
i. MARY3, b. 15 Oct., 1641; m. 23 Mar., 1659, John French, son of Edward French and Ann Goodale. He was of Salisbury, Mass., and died 4 May, 1706.
ii. HANNAH, b.30 Oct. 1643, m. 1st, 14 May,1663, Peter Cheney, son of John Cheney and Martha. He was a miller, born 1639, and died Jan. 1694. She m. 2d, 3 June, 1700, John Atkinson, son of Theodore Atkinson, as his second wife. He was a hatter, born in Boston 1636.
3. iii. JOHN, b. 20 Jan., 1645-6; m. Mary Poore.
iv. NICHOLAS, b. 22 Dec., 1647; A.B. Harvard, 1667; freeman, 13 May, 1669; chaplain of Connecticut Regiment at Greae Swamp Fight, 19 Dec., 1675. Preached 13 years at Haddam, Conn., and was ordained 14 Nov., 1683, over the First Church at Salem, Mass. In 1698 he preached the election sermon, and about 1702 wrote the memoir of his uncle Rev. James Noyes, in Mather's Magnalia. He d. in Salem, unmarried 13 Dec., 1717.
v. CUTTING, b. 23 Sept., 1649; m. 25 Dec., 1674, Elizabeth Knight, daughter of John Knight and Bathshua Ingersoll. She was born 18 Oct., 1655, and. 20 Jan., 1746-7. He was made freeman 9 Jan., 1673-4, was a cordwainer and captain-lieutenant in the militia, and deacon of the First Parish. He d. 25 Oct., 1734, having made his will 16 July, 1730, which was proved 18 Nov., 1734.
vi. SARAH, b. 13 Sept., 1651; d. 20 Feb., 1652.
vii. SARAH, b. 22 Aug., 1653; m. 13 April, 1674, Matthew Pettingell, son of Richard Pettingell and Joanna Ingersoll. He was a feltmaker.
viii. TIMOTHY, b. 23 June, 1655; m. 13 Jan., 1681, Mary Knight, daughter of John Knight and Bathshua Ingersoll. She was b. 8 Sept., 1657. He was made freeman 13 Feb., 1684, and d. 21 Aug., 1718 (gravestone). His will was made 19 Aug. 1718., and proved 2 Oct., 1718.
ix. JAMES, b. 11 May, 1657-8; m. 31 Mar., 1684, Hannah Knight, daughter of John Knight and Bathshua Ingersoll. She was b. 30 Aug., 1664. He was a major and lieutenant colonel in the militia, and d. 1723, having made his will 22 April, 1723, which was proved 8 May, 1725.
x. ABIGAIL, b. 11 April, 1659; m. 8 May, 1707, Simeon (Symon) French of Salisbury, Mass.
xi. RACHEL, b. 20 March, 1660-1; m. 1682, James Jackman, son of James and Joanna Jackman. He was b. 22 June, 1655, and d. 16 Sept., 1723. She d. 24 May, 1720.
xii. THOMAS, b. 20 June, 1663; m. Sarah, and lived in Haverhill, Mass. He d. before 30 Dec., 1695, when an administrator was appointed on his estate.
xiii. REBECCA, b. 18 May, 1665; d. 1 Dec., 1683.".

Alice de Toeni +

1Kathryn Warner, Edward II: Alice de Toeni and Juliana de Leyburne (17 Mar 2007).
"Alice de Toeni (or Tony or Tosny or Tosni) was born in 1283 or 1284, so was the same age as Edward II. Her father Ralph, or Raoul (1255-1295) was Lord of Flamstead in Hertfordshire; her mother Mary's parentage is unknown, but her paternal grandmother Alice was the daughter of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford (great-grandfather of the earl of Hereford of Edward II's reign). The de Toeni family came over to England with William the Conqueror. . . .
Alice's first marriage, to Thomas de Leyburne (or Leyburn or Leybourne), took place sometime around 1300. The marriage produced one child, Juliana, born in 1303 or 1304. Thomas was the son of William, first Lord Leyburn, who outlived his son and died in 1310. Thomas himself - about whom I know practically nothing, sadly - was dead before 30 May 1307, so Juliana was the sole heiress of her grandfather William. Her inheritance comprised extensive estates in Kent and Sussex. . . .
The widowed Alice made an excellent second marriage in early 1309: to Guy Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, arguably Edward II's most implacable enemy. Guy was probably born in 1272, succeeded his father William Beauchamp as earl of Warwick in 1298, and was the younger brother of Isabel, wife of Hugh Despenser the Elder.
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Guy and Alice's marriage was extremely fruitful. They had two sons and five daughters, in about six and a half years of marriage. Guy's heir, Thomas, later earl of Warwick, was born in February 1314 and (presumably) named after Guy's friend and ally, Thomas, earl of Lancaster. There was a younger son, John, who played a large role in the Hundred Years War, carrying the royal standard at Crecy in 1346, and daughters Maud, Emma, Isabel, Elizabeth and Lucia. All the children lived long enough to marry. (Either Alice was perpetually pregnant, or some of her children were multiple births).
Guy died at the age of forty-three in August 1315; rumour had it that he was poisoned by Edward II for his role in Gaveston's death, but modern historians give the story little credence.
On or shortly after 26 October 1316, Alice married, as her third husband, William la Zouche de Mortimer, Lord of Ashby in Leicestershire, a distant cousin of Roger Mortimer. William was a younger son and had been a retainer of Guy Beauchamp; he is assumed to have been born about 1280, and there's no evidence I know of that he had a wife before Alice. Their son Alan, William's heir, was born on 15 September 1317, and they also had a daughter, Joyce, born about 1318 or 1320. Altogether, Alice bore ten children to her three husbands. . . .
Alice de Toeni de Leyburne de Beauchamp la Zouche (!!), countess of Warwick, died on 1 January 1324, three years before the end of Edward II's reign, aged forty or just under."

URL = http://edwardthesecond.blogspot.com/2007/03/alice-de-toeni-and-juliana-de-leyburne_17.html.