COATS OF ARMS OF NOBLE FAMILIES

HOUSE
 
ARNUDELL
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BOLEYN
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BOURCHIER
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BUTLER
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CAREY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CECIL
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLIFFORD
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
COURTENAY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DE LA POLE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DE VERE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DACRE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DUDLEY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
GREY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
HASTINGS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
HOWARD
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
KNOLLYS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEVILLE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PERCY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
POLE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SEYMOUR
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
STAFFORD
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
STANLEY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TUCHET
 
 
  • SIR JOHN ARUNDELL (1474–1545) KNIGHT BANNERET, JOHN MARRIED THE COUSIN OF QUEEN CONSORT ELIZABETH OF YORK.
  • THOMAS ARUNDELL ( 1502 – 26TH FEBRUARY 1552) KNIGHTED AT THE CORONATION OF QUEEN ANNE BOLEYN, COUSIN OF ELIZABETH OF YORK QUEEN CONSORT. SERVED AS RECEIVER TO QUEEN ANNE OF CLEVES, AND CHANCELLOR OF THE HOUSEHOLD TO QUEEN CATHERINE PARR. THOMAS MARRIED MARGARET HOWARD, A SISTER TO THE FUTURE QUEEN CONSORT CATHERINE HOWARD, AND COUSIN OF ANNE BOLEYN. THOMAS WAS ATTAINED AND EXECUTED.
  • THOMAS ARUNDELL, 1ST BARON ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR (1560– 7TH NOVEMBER 1639) ELDEST SON OF SIR MATTHEW ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR CASTLE
 
 
 
  • THOMAS BOLEYN, 1ST EARL OF WILTSHIRE, 1ST EARL OF ORMOND,1ST VISCOUNT ROCHFORD (1477 – 12TH MARCH 1539)FATHER OF QUEEN CONSORT ANNE BOLEYN, GRANDFATHER TO THE FUTURE ELIZABETH I ENGLAND
  • GEORGE BOLEYN, 2ND VISCOUNT ROCHFORD (1503 APRIL 1504 – 17TH MAY 1536) BROTHER TO QUEEN ANNE BOLEYN, UNCLE TO THE FUTURE ELIZABETH I ENGLAND
 
  • JOHN BOURCHIER, 1ST EARL OF BATH (20 JULY 1470 – 30 APRIL 1539)
  • SIR JOHN BOURCHIER, 2ND EARL OF BATH, 1499 IN DEVON – 10 FEBRUARY 1560/61) HE WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TO DECLARE QUEEN MARY HIS RIGHTFUL HEIR., IN 1533. AS ALSO A COMMISSIONER AT THE TRIAL OF LADY JANE GREY
  • WILLIAM BOURCHIER, 3RD EARL OF BATH29 SEP 1557 – 12TH JULY 1623
 
  • FOUNDER: THEOBALD WALTER, 1ST CHIEF BUTLER OF IRELAND (1165-1206)
  • THOMAS BUTLER, 7TH EARL OF ORMOND, (1426 – 3RD AUGUST, 1515)
  • PIERS BUTLER, 8TH EARL OF ORMOND, 1ST EARL OF OSSORY (1467 – 26TH AUGUST, 1539)
  • RICHARD BUTLER, 1ST VISCOUNT MOUNTGARRET (1500 – 20TH MAY 1571) WAS THE SON OF PIERS BUTLER, 8TH EARL OF ORMOND
  • JAMES BUTLER, 9TH EARL OF ORMOND AND 2ND EARL OF OSSORY (1496 – 28TH OCTOBER 1546), KNOWN AS THE LAME, WAS THE SON OF PIERS BUTLER, 8TH EARL OF ORMOND JAMES JOINED THE HOUSEHOLD OF CARDINAL WOLSEY. JAMES WAS A COUSIN OF QUEEN ANNE BOLEYN
  • SIR THOMAS BUTLER, 10TH EARL OF ORMONDE, 3RD EARL OF OSSORY, VISCOUNT THURLES KG (IRISH: TOMÁS DUBH DE BUITLÉIR, ( 1531 – 22ND NOVEMBER 1614)
 
  • WILLIAM CAREY (1500 – 22ND JUNE 1528) WAS A COURTIER AND FAVOURITE OF KING HENRY VIII OF ENGLAND. FIRST HUSBAND OF MARY BOLEYN.FATHER TO CATHERINE AND HENRY CAREY
  • HENRY CAREY, 1ST BARON HUNSDON (4TH MARCH 1526 – 23RD JULY 1596), WAS AN ENGLISH NOBLEMAN AND COURTIER. HE WAS THE PATRON OF LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S MEN, WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYING COMPANY.1ST COUSIN OF ELIZABETH 1ST OF ENGLAND.
  • JOHN CAREY, 3RD BARON HUNSDON (DIED 1617) SON OF HENRY CAREY 1ST BARON HUDSON
  • ROBERT CAREY, 1ST EARL OF MONMOUTH (1560 – 12TH APRIL 1639)
 
  • SIR RICHARD CECIL (1495 - 19TH MARCH 1553)FATHER OF WILLIAM CECIL.
  • WILLIAM CECIL, 1ST BARON BURGHLEY (13TH SEPTEMBER 1520 – 4TH AUGUST 1598) WAS AN ENGLISH STATESMAN, THE CHIEF ADVISOR OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I FOR MOST OF HER REIGN. WILLIAM IS THE FOUNDER OF THE CECIL DYNASTY
  • ROBERT CECIL, 1ST EARL OF SALISBURY, (1 JUNE 1563? – 24TH MAY 1612)
  • THOMAS CECIL, 1ST EARL OF EXETER (5TH MAY 1542 – 8TH FEBRUARY 1623), KNOWN AS LORD BURGHLEY
 
  • HENRY CLIFFORD, 1ST EARL OF CUMBERLAND1493 – 22ND APRIL 1542 HE WAS A CLOSE FRIEND OF KING HENRY VIII  SEATED AT SKIPTON CASTLE FROM 1310 TO 1676
  • HENRY CLIFFORD, 2ND EARL OF CUMBERLAND (1517 – JANUARY 1570) HIS WIFE WAS LADY ELEANOR BRANDON, A NIECE OF KING HENRY VIII. FIRST SON OF HENRY CLIFFORD.
  • SIR GEORGE CLIFFORD, 3RD EARL OF CUMBERLAND, (8TH AUGUST 1558 – 30 OCTOBER 1605 COURTIER OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I
  • FRANCIS CLIFFORD, 4TH EARL OF CUMBERLAND (1559 – 4TH JANUARY 1641SECOND SON OF HENRY CLIFFORD.
 
 
 
  • WILLIAM COURTENAY, 1ST EARL OF DEVON (1475 – 9TH JUNE 1511)HIS PRINCIPAL SEAT WAS TIVERTON CASTLE KNIGHT BACHELOR ON 25TH NOVEMBER 1487, AT THE CORONATION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH. WILLIAM MARRIED CATHERINE OF YORK, THE SIXTH DAUGHTER OF EDWARD IV ENGLAND.
  • HENRY COURTENAY, 1ST MARQUESS OF EXETER1498 – 9TH DECEMBER 1538 GRANDSON OF KING EDWARD IV, NEPHEW OF THE QUEEN CONSORT, ELIZABETH OF YORK AND A FIRST COUSIN OF KING HENRY VIII GENTLEMAN OF THE PRIVY CHAMBER AND MEMBER OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL
  • EDWARD COURTENAY, 1ST EARL OF DEVON1527 – 18TH SEPTEMBER 1556) HE WAS A SECOND COUSIN TO EDWARD VI, MARY I AND ELIZABETH. I THROUGH KING EDWARD IV.
  • SIR WILLIAM COURTENAY, KNIGHT, (1553 – 24TH JUNE 1630) HE TRAINED AS A LAWYER IN THE MIDDLE TEMPLE
 
  • RICHARD DE LA POLE (1480 – 2TH4 FEBRUARY 1525) WAS A PRETENDER TO THE ENGLISH CROWN. COMMONLY NICKNAMED "WHITE ROSE", HE WAS THE LAST MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF YORK TO ACTIVELY AND OPENLY SEEK THE CROWN OF ENGLAND
 
 
 
  • JOHN DE VERE, 13TH EARL OF OXFORD (8 SEPTEMBER 1442 – 10 MARCH 1513), HE WAS THE PRINCIPAL COMMANDER OF KING HENRY VII'S ARMY AT THE BATTLE OF BOSWORTH
  • JOHN DE VERE, 14TH EARL OF OXFORD (14 AUGUST 1499 – 14TH JULY 1526 LORD GREAT CHAMBERLAIN OF ENGLAND
  • JOHN DE VERE, 15TH EARL OF OXFORD, LORD GREAT CHAMBERLAIN (.1482 – 21ST MARCH 1540)
  • JOHN DE VERE, 16TH EARL OF OXFORD (1516 – 3RD AUGUST 1562) WAS BORN TO JOHN DE VERE, 15TH EARL OF OXFORD
  • EDWARD DE VERE, 17TH EARL OF OXFORD  12 APRIL 1550 – 24TH JUNE 1604) WAS AN ENGLISH PEER AND COURTIER
 
  • THOMAS DACRE, 2ND BARON DACRE OF GILSLAND, KG (25TH NOVEMBER 1467 – 24TH OCTOBER 1525) TOOK PART IN THE BATTLE OF BOSWORTH, KNIGHT OF THE BATH
  • WILLIAM DACRE, 7TH BARON GREYSTOCK, LATER 3RD BARON DACRE OF GILSLAND (.1493 – 18TH NOVEMBER 1563) SON OF THOMAS DACRE, 2ND BARON DACRE CAPTAIN OF NORHAM CASTLE
  • GEORGE DACRE, 5TH BARON DACRE OF GILSLAND, (1561 - 17 MAY 1569)
  • FRANCIS DACRE ( 1529 – 19TH FEBRUARY 1633) SON OF WILLIAM DACRE, 7TH BARON GREYSTOCK, LATER 3RD BARON DACRE OF GILSLAND
 
  • SIR JOHN DE SUTTON (1310-21 NOVEMBER 1359 WAS FOUNDER OF THE NAME DUDLEY, WHO INHERITED DUDLEY CASTLE AND THE FAMILY TOOK ON THE NAME EVENTUALLY
  • JOHN SUTTON, 1ST BARON DUDLEY 25 DECEMBER 1400 – 30TH SEPTEMBER 1487) HE FOUGHT IN SEVERAL BATTLES DURING THE HUNDRED YEARS WAR AND THE WARS OF THE ROSES.
  • ROBERT DUDLEY, 1ST EARL OF LEICESTER (24 JUNE 1532 OR 1533) FAVOURITE AND CLOSE FRIEND OF ELIZABETH I', FROM HER FIRST YEAR ON THE THRONE UNTIL HIS DEATH. HE WAS A SUITOR FOR THE QUEEN'S HAND FOR MANY YEARS. ROBERTS SECOND MARRIAGE WAS TO LETTICE KNOLLYS, THE COUSIN OF ELIZABETH I ENGLAND
  • AMBROSE DUDLEY, 3RD EARL OF WARWICK, BARON LISLE (1530 – 21ST FEBRUARY 1590) SON OF JOHN DUDLEY, DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND
  • JOHN DUDLEY, 2ND EARL OF WARWICK (152? – 21ST OCTOBER 1554) WAS AN ENGLISH NOBLEMAN AND THE HEIR OF JOHN DUDLEY, 1ST DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND
  • LORD GUILDFORD DUDLEY 1535– 12TH FEBRUARY 1554) WAS THE HUSBAND OF LADY JANE GREY
  • SIR ROBERT DUDLEY (7 AUGUST 1574 – 6 SEPTEMBER 1649) WAS AN ENGLISH EXPLORER AND CARTOGRAPHER. ILLEGITIMATE SON OF ROBERT DUDLEY
 
 
  • THOMAS GREY, 1ST MARQUESS OF DORSET, 1ST EARL OF HUNTINGDON AND 7TH BARON FERRERS OF GROBY(1455 – 20 SEPTEMBER 1501, HALF BROTHER TO ELIZABETH OF YORK, AND BOTH MISSING PRINCES IN THE TOWER.
  • THOMAS GREY, 2ND MARQUESS OF DORSET KG KB PC (22 JUNE 1477 – 10 OCTOBER 1530) COUSIN TO HENRY VIII OF ENGLAND.
  • HENRY GREY, 1ST DUKE OF SUFFOLK, 3RD MARQUESS OF DORSET KB KG (17 JANUARY 1517 – 23 FEBRUARY 1554, FATHER TO THE LADY JANE GREY3RD COUSIN TO EDWARD VI OF ENGLAND.
  • LEONARD GREY, 1ST VISCOUNT GRANE OR GRANEY (1479/1492 – 28TH JULY 1541) YOUNGER SON OF THOMAS GREY, 1ST MARQUESS OF DORSET
 
  • GEORGE HASTINGS, 1ST EARL OF HUNTINGDON (1488 – 24 MARCH 1544
  • EDWARD HASTINGS, 1ST BARON HASTINGS OF LOUGHBOROUGH, KG (. 1521 -1571) PRIVY COUNCILLOR AND MASTER OF THE HORSE. SON OF GEORGE HASTINGS
  • FRANCIS HASTINGS, 2ND EARL OF HUNTINGDON, (1514 – 20 JUNE 1561) WAS THE ELDEST SON OF GEORGE HASTINGS, 1ST EARL OF HUNTINGDON FIRST COUSINS INCLUDED HENRY STAFFORD, 1ST BARON STAFFORD
  • SIR GEORGE HASTINGS, 4TH EARL OF HUNTINGDON (1540 – 30TH DECEMBER 1604) SON OF FRANCIS HASTINGS, 2ND EARL OF HUNTINGDON,
 
  • THOMAS HOWARD, 3RD DUKE OF NORFOLK (1473 – 25 AUGUST 1554) (EARL OF SURREY HE WAS AN UNCLE OF TWO OF THE WIVES OF KING HENRY VIII, NAMELY ANNE BOLEYN, AND CATHERINE HOWARD,
  • HENRY HOWARD, EARL OF SURREY (1516/1517 – 19 JANUARY 1547) ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF ENGLISH RENAISSANCE POETRY. HE WAS A FIRST COUSIN OF BOTH QUEEN ANNE BOLEYNAND QUEEN CATHERINE HOWARD, SECOND AND FIFTH WIVES OF KING HENRY VIII,
  • THOMAS HOWARD, 4TH DUKE OF NORFOLK, (10 MARCH 1536 – 2ND JUNE 1572, SON OF HENRY HOWARD
  • THOMAS HOWARD, 1ST VISCOUNT HOWARD OF BINDON ( 1520 – 1582)
  • WILLIAM HOWARD, 1ST BARON HOWARD OF EFFINGHAM (. 1510 – 12 JANUARY 1573), WAS THE SON OF THOMAS HOWARD, 2ND DUKE OF NORFOLK AND AGNES TILNEY SERVED FOUR MONARCHS, HENRY VIII, EDWARD VI, MARY I AND ELIZABETH I
  • CHARLES HOWARD, 1ST EARL OF NOTTINGHAM, 2ND BARON HOWARD OF EFFINGHAM (1536 – 14 DECEMBER 1624), KNOWN AS HOWARD OF EFFINGHAM CHARLES MARRIED HIS SECOND COUSIN CATHERINE CAREY
  • WILLIAM HOWARD, 3RD BARON HOWARD OF EFFINGHAM (27TH DECEMBER 1577 – 28TH NOVEMBER 1615 ELDEST SON OF CHARLES HOWARD, 1ST EARL OF NOTTINGHAM
  • KNOLLYS, THE NAME OF AN ENGLISH FAMILY DESCENDED FROM SIR THOMAS KNOLLYS (DIED 1435), LORD MAYOR OF LONDON
 
  • SIR FRANCIS KNOLLYS, MARRIED CATHERINE CAREY, FIRST COUSIN TO ELIZABETH I ENGLAND, FRANCIS WAS THE FATHER OF LETTICE KNOLLYS. COURTIER IN THE SERVICE OF HENRY VIII, EDWARD VI AND ELIZABETH I,
  • WILLIAM KNOLLYS, 1ST EARL OF BANBURY, (1544 – 25TH MAY 1632 WILLIAM REBUILT CAVERSHAM PARK, IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF READING, ENGLAND.
 
 
  • RICHARD NEVILLE, 2ND BARON LATIMER (1468 – 28 DECEMBER 1530) OF SNAPE, NORTH YORKSHIRE, WAS AN ENGLISH SOLDIER AND PEER. HE FOUGHT AT THE BATTLES OF STOKE AND FLODDEN.
  • JOHN NEVILLE, 3RD BARON LATIMER (17TH NOVEMBER 1493 – 2 MARCH 1543) HIS THIRD WIFE WAS CATHERINE PARR, LATER QUEEN CONSORT OF KING HENRY VIII
  • JOHN NEVILLE, 4TH BARON LATIMER (1520 – 22ND APRIL 1577) STEPSON OF CATHERINE PARR, LATER THE SIXTH WIFE OF KING HENRY VIII
  • CHARLES NEVILLE, 6TH EARL OF WESTMORLAND (18TH AUGUST 1542 – 16TH NOVEMBER 1601) SON OF HENRY NEVILLE, 5TH EARL OF WESTMORLAND ENGLISH NOBLEMAN AND ONE OF THE LEADERS OF THE RISING OF THE NORTH IN 1569
 
  • HENRY ALGERNON PERCY, 5TH EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND, (13TH JANUARY 1477 – 19TH MAY 1527) MEMBER OF THE COURTS OF BOTH KINGS HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII
  • HENRY PERCY, 6TH EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND, (. 1502 – 1537) WAS AN ENGLISH NOBLEMAN, ACTIVE AS A MILITARY OFFICER IN THE NORTH. HE IS NOW PRIMARILY REMEMBERED AS THE BETROTHED OF ANNE BOLEYN,
  • THOMAS PERCY, 7TH EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND, 1ST BARON PERCY, (1528 – 22ND AUGUST 1572), LED THE RISING OF THE NORTH AND WAS EXECUTED FOR TREASON.
  • HENRY PERCY, 8TH EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND, 2ND BARON PERCY (1532 – 21 JUNE 1585)
  • HENRY PERCY, 9TH EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND KG (27 APRIL 1564 – 5TH NOVEMBER 1632) UNDER JAMES I, NORTHUMBERLAND WAS A LONG-TERM PRISONER IN THE TOWER OF LONDON.
  • SIR RICHARD POLE, KG (1462 – BEFORE 18 DECEMBER 1505) WAS A WELSHMAN WHO WAS A SUPPORTER AND CLOSE RELATION OF KING HENRY VII, MARRIED THE MARGARET PLANTAGENET, THE NEICE OF EDWARD IV, AND COUSIN OF ELIZABETH OF YORK. ONE OF RICHARD’S SONS WAS REGINALD POLE CARDINAL, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
  • HENRY POLE, 1ST BARON MONTAGU (1492 – DIED 9TH JANUARY 1539), THE ONLY HOLDER OF THE TITLE BARON MONTAGU
 
  • THE SEYMOUR WERE DESCENDANTS OF AN ANGLO-NORMAN FAMILY THAT TOOK ITS NAME FROM ST. MAUR-SUR-LOIRE IN TOURAINE SEYMOUR (THE MODERNISED FORM OF THE NAME APPEARS TO HAVE COME INTO USE ABOUT 1390, BY SIR WILLIAM ST. MAUR
  • JOHN SEYMOUR (1474–1536) FATHER TO QUEEN JANE SEYMOUR.
  • THOMAS SEYMOUR, 1ST BARON SEYMOUR OF SUDELEY, 1508 – 20TH MARCH 1549) WAS THE BROTHER OF THE ENGLISH QUEEN JANE SEYMOUR, SON OF JOHN SEYMOUR, BROTHER TO EDWARD SEYMOUR, AND UNCLE TO EDWARD VI, OF ENGLAND, THOMAS MARRIED QUEEN DOWAGER CATHERINE PARR. EXECUTED FOR TREASON IN 1549
  • EDWARD SEYMOUR, 1ST DUKE OF SOMERSET KG (1500 – 22ND JANUARY 1552) WAS LORD PROTECTOR OF ENGLAND, EXECUTED FOR TREASON IN 1552
  • EDWARD SEYMOUR, 1ST EARL OF HERTFORD, 1ST BARON BEAUCHAMP, (22ND MAY 1539 – 6TH APRIL 1621) OF WULFHALL FIRST MARRIAGE WAS TO CATHERINE GREY, WHO WAS THE SISTER OF THE LADY JANE GREY
  • EDWARD SEYMOUR, LORD BEAUCHAMP OF HATCH (21ST SEPTEMBER 1561 – 21 JULY 1612) SON OF CATHERINE GREY AND EDWARD SEYMOUR IST EARL OF HERTFORD
 
  • HENRY STAFFORD, 2ND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, KG (4 SEPTEMBER 1454 – 2ND NOVEMBER 1483) WAS AN ENGLISH NOBLEMAN KNOWN AS THE NAMESAKE OF BUCKINGHAM'S REBELLION, MARRIED TO CATHERINE WOODVILLE, SISTER TO QUEEN CONSORT ELIZABETH WOODVILLE HE WAS BEHEADED IN SALISBURY MARKET-PLACE.
  • EDWARD STAFFORD, 3RD DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM KG (3RD FEBRUARY 1478 – 17TH MAY 1521) WAS AN ENGLISH NOBLEMAN. HE WAS THE SON OF HENRY STAFFORD, 2ND DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM. EXECUTED BY HENRY VIII ENGLAND
  • HENRY STAFFORD, 1ST BARON STAFFORD (18TH SEPTEMBER 1501 – 30TH APRIL 1563) MARRIED THE DAUGHTER OF MARGARET PLANTAGENET, URSULA
  • EDWARD STAFFORD, 3RD BARON STAFFORD (7 JANUARY 1535 – 18TH OCTOBER 1603) WAS THE SECOND SURVIVING SON OF HENRY STAFFORD, 1ST BARON STAFFORD
  • SIR WILLIAM STAFFORD, OF CHEBSEY, IN STAFFORDSHIRE (C.1500–5TH MAY 1556) WAS AN ESSEX LANDOWNER AND THE SECOND HUSBAND OF MARY BOLEYN, WHO WAS THE SISTER OF ANNE BOLEYN AND ONE-TIME MISTRESS OF KING HENRY VIII OF ENGLAND
  • WILLIAM STAFFORD (1554–1612) WAS AN ENGLISH COURTIER AND CONSPIRATOR.
 
  • THOMAS STANLEY, 1ST EARL OF DERBY, (1435 – 29TH JULY 1504) WAS AN ENGLISH NOBLEMAN AND POLITICIAN. HE WAS A TITULAR KING OF MANN, AND STEPFATHER TO KING HENRY VII OF ENGLAND
  • GEORGE STANLEY, 9TH BARON STRANGE, OF KNOCKIN, (1460–1503) HEIR APPARENT OF THOMAS STANLEY, 1ST EARL OF DERBY
  • EDWARD STANLEY, 3REARL OFOF DERBY (10TH MAY 1509 – 24TH OCTOBER 1572)
  • HENRY STANLEY, 4TH EARL OF DERBY  (SEPTEMBER 1531 – 25TH SEPTEMBER 1593) PARTICIPATED IN THE TRIALS OF MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS
  • WILLIAM STANLEY, 6TH EARL OF DERBY, (1561 – 29TH SEPTEMBER 1642) SON OF HENRY STANLEY,4TH EARL OF DERBY
 
  • JAMES TUCHET, 7TH BARON AUDLEY (. 1463 – 28TH JUNE 1497) WAS A LEADING REBEL IN THE 1ST CORNISH REBELLION OF 1497 OPPOSING THE RULE OF HENRY VII OF ENGLAND.
  • JOHN TUCHET, 8TH BARON AUDLEY, 5TH BARON TUCHET (. 1483 – C 1557)
  • GEORGE TUCHET, 9TH BARON AUDLEY, 6TH BARON TUCHET (DIED 1560)
  • HENRY TUCHET, 10TH BARON AUDLEY, 7TH BARON TUCHET (DIED 30 DECEMBER 1563
  • GEORGE TUCHET, 1ST EARL OF CASTLEHAVEN 1ST BARON AUDLEY OF ORIER (COUNTY ARMAGH) ( 1551 – 1617),[WAS THE SON OF HENRY TUCHET, 10TH BARON AUDLEY

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