1Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, p. 639 (2005)
"12. KATHERINE VAUX, eldest daughter of her father's 1st marriage. She married GEORGE THROCKMORTON, Knt., of Coughton, Warwickshire, Sheriff of Warwickshire and Leicestershire, high steward of Evesham Abbey, son and heir of Robert Throckmorton, Knt., of Coughton, by his 2nd wife, Katherine, daughter of William Marrow, Knt., Lord Mayor of London. They had eight sons, Robert, Knt., Thomas, Kenelm, Clement, Esq., Nicholas, Knt., John, George, and Anthony, and nine daughters, Katherine (wife of Thomas Winter and Thomas Smith), Elizabeth (wife of John Gifford, Knt., William Lygon, and George Peyto), Margaret (wife of _____ Catesby and Brian Cave), Anne (wife of John Digby), Katherine (wife of Thomas _____), Mary (wife of John Hubard, Knt.), Margery, Amy, and Elizabeth. SIR GEORGE THROCKMORTON died testate (P.C.C. 22 Tashe) 6 August 1552. They were buried at Coughton.".
Baron Nicholas Vaux
1Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, p. 639 (2005).
"11 NICHOLAS VAUX, Knt., of Great Harrowden, Northamptonshire, King's esquire, Steward of Olney and Newport Pagnell, Bucks, Knight of the Body to Kings Henry VII and Henry VIII, Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Constable of Rockingham Castle, Lieutenant of Guisnes in Picardy, son and heir, born about 1460. On the accession of King Henry VII in 1485, he obtained the reversal of his father's attainder and the restoration of his estate. He married (1st) ELIZABETH FITZ HUGH, widow of William Parr, K.G., of Kirkby-Kendal, Westmorland (died shortly before 26 Feb. 1483/4) [see Parr 10 for issue of this marriage], and daughter of Henry Fitz Hugh, 5th Lord Fitz Hugh, by Alice, daughter of Richard Neville, K.G., 5th earl of Salisbury [see FITZ HUGH 9 for her ancestry]. They had three daughters, Katherine, Alice (wife of Richard Sapcott, Knt.), and Anne (wife of Thomas Strange, Knt.). He fought at the Battle of Stoke in 1487, after which he was knighted. He was made a knight banneret after the Battle of Blackheath in 1497. His wife Elizabeth, was living in 1501, and died before 10 July 1507. He married (2nd) shortly before 29 Jan. 1507/8 ANNE GREENE, 1st daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Greene, Knt. of Boughton and Green's Norton, Northamptonshire, by Jane, daughter of John Fogge, Knt. She was born about 1489 (aged 17 in 1506). They had two sons, Thomas, Knt. [2nd Lord Vaux] and William, and three daughters, Margaret (wife of Francis Poulteney, Knt.), Bridget (wife of Maurice Welsh), and Maud (wife of John Farmer, Knt.). In 1511 King Henry VIII was his guest at Harrowden. He was repeatedly summoned before the Court of the Exchequer for inclosing lands on his Harrowden property, but escaped penalties. He and his wife were both present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold in June 1520. He was created Lord Vaux of Harrowden 27 April 1523. SIR NICHOLAS VAUX, 1st Lord Vaux of Harrowden, died testate (P.C.C. 11 Bodfelde) at the Hospital of the Knights of St. John Jerusalem in Clerkenwell 14 May 1523. His wife, Anne, predeceased him.".