(1475-1541/2) - Affeton, Devonshire, England; East and West Wolrington, Devonshire, England; Mewshaw, Devonshire, England; Bridgerule, Devonshire, England; Drayford, Devonshire, England; Huntshaw, Devonshire, England; Thelbridge, Devonshire, England; Studlegh, Devonshire, England; Bradford Tracy, Devonshire, England; Pyllaven, Devonshire, England

(Fifth Generation - Stuckley Family)


BIRTH Thomas was born on 24 June 1475 in Affeton, parish of West Wolrington, Devonshire, England[34], as estimated from the fact that he was aged 4 at his mother's Inquisition post mortem [Henry VII, I:558-560].
DEATH Thomas died in Affeton on 30 January 1541/2; he was 65[34].
FAMILY STATUS Thomas was the son and heir of his father, Nicholas[34].
OCCUPATION Thomas was a Knight and Sheriff of Devonshire, England in 1520-1521[34].
RESIDENCE & REAL ESTATE He held manors of Affeton, East and West Wolrington (both with advowsons), Mewshaw (with advowson), Bridgerule, Drayford, Huntshaw, Thelbridge (with advowson), Studlegh, Bradford Tracy, and Pyllaven. All were located in Devonshire, England.
LEGAL MENTION The Inquisition post mortem for Thomas Stuckley, Knt. was held on 34 Henry VIII (1542)[34].
MARRIAGE Thomas married Anne WOOD[34,35,37], daughter of Sir Thomas WOOD & Margaret DE LA MARE [LENHAM].

CHILDREN 7. i. Margery STUCKELY Please see her own page.

GENERATION Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great (G13) Grandfather twice
FAMILY NUMBER 59,738 (via Elias Maverick) and 59,994 (via Moses Maverick)
SOURCES 1. Weis, Frederick Lewis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonist Who Came To America Before 1700, 7th Edition With Additions & Corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc.), [WeisAR7], line 261-37.

2. Ibid. line 261-37; line 90A-9.

3. Weis, Frederick Lewis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, Fourth Edition, with additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., M.S. with David Faris, (Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.: 1991), [Weis-MCS], line 90A-9.

4. [WeisAR7], line 261-37; line 124A-36.

5. Cokayne, George, Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom/13 Volumes Bound in 6 Books, (Originally published between 1910-1938, reprint published by Sutton Publishing, 2001), [CP], II:218 [Bonville].

6. Victoria County Histories: Sussex, [VCH-Sussex], IV:158-9.

7. Victoria County Histories: Leicester, [VCH-Leicester], V:77, 104.

8. National Genealogical Society Quarterly, (Arlington, VA: National Genealogical Society), [NGSQ], 59:254-262; 60:25-35.

9. Feudal Aids, III:123.

10. Calendar of Close Rolls, [Cal. Close Rolls], (Henry VI) I:194; (Richard II) VI:364, 368; 1346-1349, 551; 1377-1381, 287.

11. Calendar of Patent Rolls, [Cal. Pat. Rolls], (1364-1367), 391; (1367-1370), 379; (1391-1396), 700, 719; (1441-1446), 26-7.

12. Vivian, J.L. Lieutenant-Colonel, The Visitations of the County of Devon. Comprising the Herald's Visitations of 1531, 1564 & 1620. With Additions By Lieutenant-Colonel J.L. Vivian (Exeter, Eng.: For the Author by Henry S. Eland), [Vivian-Devon], 101 (Bonville), 721 (Stucley).

13. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, [Cal. Inq.p.m.], 15:203; 16:92-3, 209-10.

14. List of Escheators for England and Wales, editor, A.C. Wood, (London: List & Index Society), [List-Escheators], 72:139.

15. [Weis-MCS], line 22-9; line 90A-9.

16. Dorset Feet of Fines from Edward III to Richard III (Dorset Records), [DorsetFOF-Edw3ToRich3], X:243.

17. [WeisAR7], line 261-38.

18. [CP], 507-508 and notes e and f. 19. [Vivian-Devon], 106 (Bourchier),721 (Stukley).

20. Lists of Sheriffs for England and Wales (volume IX), (London: Lists and Index Society), [Lists-Sheriff], IX:35.

21. Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries; A Quarterly Journal Devoted to the Local History, Biography and Antiquities of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall., (Exeter, Devon, Eng: 1906-current), [DCNQ], 28:120.

22. The Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum, [HarleianMSS], 14,315 folio 65.

23. [Weis-MCS], line 90A-10.

24. Colby, Frederick Thomas, D.D., The Visitation of Devon, 1620, (London: Harl. Soc. Publ., 1872), [Colby-Devon1620], 6:352 (Stukeley).

25. [DorsetFOF-Edw3ToRich3], X:331-2.

26. [Cal. Close Rolls], 1447-1454, Henry VI, vol. V, 138, 415.

27. Prerogative Court of Canterbury, [PCC], 32 Godyn.

28. [WeisAR7], line 261-39.

29. [CP], especially note f. 30. [Vivian-Devon], cit.; 114 (Buddockshide); 607 (Pomeroy); 721 (Stucley).

31. [Cal. Inq.p.m.], (Henry VII) 1:172-173, 178-179, 181, 558-560.

32. [DCNQ], vol. 13: 42-3; April 1959, pp. 60-61.

33. [Weis-MCS], line 90A-11.

34. [WeisAR7], line 261-40.

35. [Vivian-Devon].

36. [Cal. Inq.p.m.], 1:558-560.

37. [DCNQ], XXVII:52, 61, 120.

38. [Weis-MCS], line 90A-12.

39. [WeisAR7], line 261-41.

40. New England Historic and Genealogical Register. Vols. 1+, (Boston: New England Historic and Genealogical Register, 1845+), [NEHGR], 115:248-253.

41. [Vivian-Devon], 340,721.

42. [WeisAR7], line 261-42.

43. [Vivian-Devon], 290,292,339,340.

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