'Argall1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Argall of London, Argall of Much Baddow

It appears that the following family is one of those that is fortunate enough to have been well researched. We recommend anyone who has a particular interest in it to visit the web site at argall.one-name.net. It is likely that the family originated in Cornwall.
John Argall of London (b 1450, d 1521)
m. Emme (d 1522, dau/widow of _ Butcher)
1. Thomas Argall of London (b c1500, d 15.08.1563)
  m1. ?? (dsps?)
  m2. Margaret Tallakarne (b c1518, d 1592, dau of John Tallakarne (Talkarne) of London, m2. Sir Giles Allington of Horsehed)
  A. Richard Argall of East Sutton, Kent (b c1536, d 1588)
  m1. (before 1554) Joan Marten
  m2. (1569) Mary Scott (d 1605, dau of Sir Reginald Scott of Scott's Hall, m2. Lawrence Washington)
  i. Thomas Argall (b 1572, dsp 04.03.1604)
m. Katherine Bocking
  ii. Sir Reginald Argall (b 1574, dsp by 02.12.1611)
  m. (07.04.1599) Anne Cheyney
  iii. John Argall of Much Baddow, Essex (b 1577, d 03.03.1642, 4th son)
  m. (1604) Sarah Grant (b c1585, d 10.05.1648, dau of Edward Grant or Graunt)
  a. Thomas Argall of Much Baddow (b c1611, d c1670)
  m. (20.08.1635) Alice Harris (d 06.03.1693, dau of Sir Arthur Harris of Cricksey by Anne Salter)
  (1) Thomas Argall of Much Baddow
  m. Anne Wilde (dau of Sir William Wilde (recorder of London))
  (A) William Argall of Much Baddow (bpt 08.07.1683, bur 23.04.1684)
  (B) Jane Argal (bpt 15.01.1684)
  m. William Godwin
  (C) Mary Argal (b 08.10.1686)
  m. _ Heyman
  (2) Alice Argall
  m. John Everard
(3)+ other issue - Charles, Samwell, Anne, Sarah, Elizabeth
  b. Mary Argall
  m. John Tendring of Boreham
  c.+ other issue - Richard, Samwell, Charles, Sarah
  iv. Sir Samuel Argall, Governor of Virginia (b 11.1580, d unm 24.01.1625/6)
  The Wikpedia article on Sir Samuel reports that he was the adventurer who 'negotiated' with the Powhatan Confederacy of Native Americans, taking the Chief's daughter, Pocahontas, as hostage.
v. Elizabeth Argall
  m. Sir Edward Filmer of East Sutton (d 1629)
  vi. Margaret Argall (b 1571, d 20.09.1609)
  m. Edmond Randolfe of Aylesford
  vii. Mary Argall (bpt 02.11.1572, d 1617)
  m. (11.12.1590) Raynold Kempe of Wye
  viii. Jane Argall (b c1579, bur 05.05.1645)
  m. Paul Fleetwood of Russell
  ix. Catherine Argall (b c1581, a 05.1625)
  m. (18.09.1596) Raynold (Randolph?) Bathurst of Horton
  x. Sarah Argall (b 1583, a 1635)
  m. Sir _ Jenkinson
  xi.+ other issue - Richard (b 11.1576, d unm 31.03.1614), Samuel
  B. Lawrence Argall (b 1538, d 02.1584)
  m1. (c1578) Joan Berry of Oxfordshire
  m2. Catherine Wentworth (a 1584)
  i.+ issue - Richard (b c1571, d 30.1.1592), Norrice (bpt 15.10..1579)
  C. Rowland Argall of Thanington (Kent), later in Ireland (bpt 23.12.1545, a 1602, 4th son)
  m1. (c1569) Ann Hales (dau of Charles Hales by Anne Honeywood)
  i. Mary Argall (b c1570)
  m2. Dorothy Lambe (bur 07.12.1602)
  D. Anne Argall (b c1555, a 1599)
  m1. (1579) Thomas Sisley of Essex
  m2. (c1589) Augustyne Steward of London
  E.+ other issue - John (b c1540, bur 08.10.1606, cleric), Gabriel (b 1550), Edmund/Edward of London (b 1552, d c1572)

Main source(s): extracts from the web site mentioned at the top of the page, with thanks to a contributor (CV, 08.04.16) for drawing our attention to the original version and to Ian Argall (11.04.21) for advising us of the revised version, with support from Visitation (Essex, 1612 & 1634, 'Argall'), Visitation (Essex, 1664, 'Argall of Much Baddow')
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