'Moyle02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Moyle of Buckwell, Moyle of Eastwell, Breton of Kennington

Presumably connected to the family shown in Moyle01 was ...
Thomas Moyle of Bodnam (Bodmin), Cornwall
1. Henry Moyle
  A. Sir Walter Moyle (3rd son)
  m. _ Lucomld (dau of John Lucomld of Cornwall) ## see here ##
  i. John Moyle of Eastwell
  m1. ?? Arundell (dau of Arundell of Treris)
Visitation identifies the only child of this marriage as a daughter who married Nicholas Gainsford of Allington Castle and had a daughter who married Lambert of London. This is presumed to be, as reported in BP1934 (Cavan), ...
  a. Margaret Moyle
  m. Sir Robert Gaynsford or Gainsford of Allington Castle (son of John of Carshalton)
  m2. _ Darcy (dau of Sir Robert Darcy of Essex)
  b. Sir Thomas Moyle of Eastwell
  m. Katherine Jorden
  (1) Catherine Moyle (d 09.02.1586-7)
  m1. Sir Thomas Finch of Eastwell (d 02.1563)
  m2. Nicholas St. Leger
(2) Amye Moyle
  m. Sir Thomas Kemp of Wye (a 1574)
  c. John Moyle
  m. Elizabeth Warham (dau of Nicholas Warham of Malshanger)
  (1) Raulfe Moyle
  m. Frances (dau of Sir Edward Bougham or Boughton)
  (A) Thomas Moyle
  (2)+ other issue - William, Thomas
  d. Walter Moyle of Barton, later of Buckwell in Kent (bur 10.12.1558) - continued below
  Visitation just shows a Walter as a younger son. BHO (History & Topographical Survey of Kent, vol 7, 'Parishes: Boughton Aluph') reports that Walter obtained Barton from his brother Sir Thomas of Eastwell and that Walter "afterwards resided at Buckwell" and that Buckwell passed down the generations until the heiress Mary.
e. Margaret Moyle
  m. Thomas Wood of Canc. (Canterbury?)
  f. Alice Moyle
  m. _ Draper
  g.+ other issue - William (dsp), Gillis (dsp), Moyle (dsp)
  ii. Richard Moyle
  a. Alice Moyle
  m. _ Manning of Exeter
  iii. Luce Moyle
  m. John Clarke of Wortham (and Basildon) (d 06.07.1497)
  iv. Anne Moyle probably of this family, of this generation
  m. Sir John Arundel of Trerice



Walter Moyle of Barton, later of Buckwell in Kent (bur 10.12.1558) - continued above
Berry starts with a Sir Walter who, by his 2nd wife (Bennett Honeywood), was father of the Robert who m. Alice Worley. We presume that this Sir Walter was the same person as (rather than, say, the father of) the last Walter mentioned by the 1574 Visitation and that his 1st wife was ...
m1. Isabel Stanley (dau/coheir of Sir John Stanley of Pipe Hall) wife of Walter, mother of ...
1. Mary Moyle
  m. Erasmus Heveningham of Aston (b 1515, d 1559-60)
m2. Bennett Honeywood (sister (probably not dau) of Robert Honeywood of Charing)
2. Robert Moyle of Buckwell (d 1600) the first mentioned by Armytage
  m. Alice Worley (d 1596, dau of John Worley of Dodfold)
  A. Walter Moyle (dsp 03.05.1599, of the Middle Temple)
  B. John Moyle of Buckwell (d 02.01.1613)
  m. Mary Honywood (d 06.01.1613, dau of Robert Honywood of Charing)
  i. Robert Moyle of Buckwell (b c1596, d 22.06.1639 or 02.02.1639/40, Captain)
  m. (c1615?) Priscilla Fotherby (b c1594, d 10.11.1661, dau of Charles Fothersby or Fotherby, Dean of Canterbury)
The 'KentArch' site provides various details around this generation (with notes apparently taken by different people at different times) and in one place mentions that Robert & Priscilla had 3 sons & 10 daughters and in another that they had 10 sons & 3 daughters.
  a. Sir Robert Moyle of Buckwell (b 1636-7, d 02.01/06.1661)
  m. (03.06.1654) Mary Toke (b 1640, dau of Nicholas Toke of Godington)
  (1) John Moyle of Buckwell (d 20.08.1682)
  m. Bridget Tooke (b 1649, d 1732)
  (A) Mary Moyle (d 1713)
  m. Robert Breton of Elms, later of Buckwell (d 1708, son of Richard of Elms)
  (i) Moyle Breton of Kennington, last of Buckwell (b 1691-2, d 19.05.1735)
  Berry identifies Moyle's wife as Martha Whitfield (d 1766) but the 'KentArch' site identifies his wife as Mary Moyse. As Berry shows his mother Mary as d 1713 and his having a brother Robert who is shown by 'KentArch' as d 1808 aged 84 (so born in 1723-4), we presume that Berry has missed out a generation.
  m. Mary Moyse (dau/heir of William Moyse of Bennenden)
  (a) Moyle Breton of Kennington
  m. Martha Whitfield (d 1766)
  ((1)) Moyle Breton of Kennington (dsp 1821)
  m. (1803) Sarah Billington (dau of John Billington of Bybrook)
  ((2))+ other issue - Robert (d 1748), Moyse (d 1763), Whitfield (a 1828), Martha (d young?)
(b) Robert Moyle (b 1723-4, d 13.07.1808, vicar of Boughton Aluph),
  m. Elizabeth (b c1745, d 12.09.1804) mentioned in the 'KentArch' site
  (c)+ other issue - Richard, Frances (d 1760)
  (2) daughter (postumous, d infant)
  b. Elizabeth Moyle probably the Elizabeth who married ...
  m. Thomas Fotherby of Canterbury (b c1608)
  c. Phoebe Moyle (b c1620, d 20.06.1686) who married ...
  m. (18.08.1650) Sir Lyon Pilkington of Stanley & Nether Bradley, 2nd Bart (bpt 1613, d 1684)
  d.+ other issue including Cicely
  ii. John Moyle (d infant?)
  iii. John Moyle of Wye, Kent (a 1663) only person shown by Armytage in this generation
  m. Dorothy Thompson (dau of Robert Thompson of Royton Chappell)
a.+ issue (a 1663) - John (b c1652), Robert, Mary
  iv. Thomas Moyle
  m. Amy
  a.+ issue - Walter, Mertyn, Richard, Anthony
  v. Mary Moyle probably the Mary (d 1654) who married ...
  m1. Richard Godfrey (b 1591, d 1641)
  m2. Robert Scott
  vi. Ann or Amy Moyle (b c1600, d 24.08.1631) identified by 'KentArch' as a dau of John & Mary Honywood
  m. Josias Clerk of Essex
  a.+ 1 son (b 08.1631) & 2 daughters
  C. Margaret Moyle (b c1574, d 1623) probably of this generation
  m. Robert Sprackling of St. Laurence
  D. Benedicta Moyle (b c1575, d 10.1625) probably of this generation
  m1. Francis Bourne of Sutton St. Clere
  m2. (01.08.1601) John Hoskyns of Morehampton (b 1566, d 27.08.1638)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 21.11.06) : Visitation (Kent, 1574, Moyle)
(2) For lower section (a draft was uploaded to a Temporary page on 29.05.13, amended & moved here on 26.08.15) : CountyGen (Berry, Kent, p205) with a little input/support from Visitation (Sir George Armytage 1906, Kent, 1663, 'Moyle') and 'KentArch', a web site which includes monumental inscriptions in various Kent churches (see here)
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