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This section first uploaded 18.12.08, reviewed & expanded using MGH 02.01.22.
John de la Lee of Albury, Sheriff of Hertfordshire & Esex (d 1310)
m. Joan Baard (dau/heir of John Baard of Albury & Patmore by dau of Sir Richard Gatesbury)
1. Sir Jeoffrey de la Lee of Albury, Sheriff of Hertfordshire & Essex (a 1328)
  m. Margaret (Lanway?)
  A. Sir John de la Lee of Albury (d 1370)
  m1/2. Joan de Furneaux, heiress of Furneaux Pelham (dau/heir of Simon de Furneaux)
  i. Sir Walter de la Lee of Albury, Sheriff of Hertfordshire & Essex (d 1396)
  m. Margaret
  a. Sir Thomas de la Lee (dvp)
  m2/1. Joane Pateshull (dau of Walter de Pateshull (by Joan, dau/heir of Richard de Rokesle), sister/coheir of Thomas)
  ii. Margery Lee, heriess of Furneaux Pelham, etc.
  m. Robert Newport (a 1401)
  iii. Joan Lee, heiress of Albury & Patmore
  m. John Barlee or Barley (d 1445)
  iv. Alice Lee
  m. Sir Thomas Morewell



This section first uploaded 18.12.08.
Sir Hugh Bibsworth
1. Sir Edmond Bibsworth of Bibsworth (Hertfordshire) & Southouse (Essex)
  A. John Bibsworth
  i. Thomas Bibsworth (dsp)
  B. Joan Bibsworth
  m. Thomas Glocester
  i. Joan Glocester, heiress of Bibsworth
  m. Thomas Barlee
  C. Agnes Bibsworth
  m. _ Cutts
  i. John Cutts (dsp)
  m. Joyse



This section first uploaded 17.05.17.
Nicholas Journeaulx (a 1549, jurat)
m. Collette Dumaresq (dau of John Dumaresq of Samares)
1. Clement Journeaulx (Lt. Bailly of Jersey)
  m. (c1571) Thomas Lempriere (dau/heir of Thomas Lempriere of S. John, La Hougue Boete)
  A. Abraham Journeaulx of S. John, La Hougue Boete (dsp)
2 John Journeaulx
  A. Collette Journeaulx ("only d. and h.")
m. Germain Le Febvre
  i. John Le Febvre of S. John, La Hougue Boete
  m. Jane Payn
  a. Jane Le Febvre
  m. Joshua De Carteret of Trinity
  b. daughter
  m. John Dumaresq
  c. daughter
  m. Joshua Benest
  ii. Mary Le Febvre
  m. John Payn (jurat)
  iii. Judith Le Febvre (d 1660)
  m. Francis De Carteret of La Hague
3. daughter possibly fits here
  m. Edward Le Hardy (a 1546, Jurat)



This section first uploaded 30.04.19.
William Colegrave or Colgrave father of Mary, possibly also of ...
1. William Colegrave of Cann Hall
  m. (1722) Margaret Walmesley (b 07.01.1700, d 24.04.1768, dau of Richard Walmesley of Sholley)
  A. William Colegrave of Cann Hall (dsp 27.04.1793)
  m. (31.08.1762) Mary Manby (b 1727-8, dsp 04.02.1810, dau of Francis Manby of Downsell Hall)
  B. Robert Colegrave (dsp?)
  C. Anne Colegrave (d 18.09.1803)
  m. Thomas Manby of Downsell Hall & Bracebridge (bur 15.07.1786)
  Their grandson inherited Cann Hall and assumed the name Colegrave.
2. Mary Colegrave (d 11.11.1721)
  m. Thomas Walmesley of Sholley (b 21.10.1685, d 20.04.1755)

Main source(s):
(1) For de la Lee of Albury : 'The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire' (Sir Henry Chauncy, vol I, 1826, Albury), MGH (NS5 vol 3 (1918), 'Pedigree of the Scroggs Family', p65+)
(2) For Bibsworth : Visitation (Essex, 1552, Barlee)
(3) For Journeaulx - Le Febvre : 'An Armorial of Jersey' (J. Bertrand Payne, 1859, 'Roll of the Seigneurs of S. John's Manor, La Hougue Boete', p205)
(4) For Colegrave : cross-references from elsewhere in the database
[The section on Livesey or Livesay has been moved to Livesey2. Parker of Astle has been moved to Parker11. Fisacre has been absorbed by FZmisc05.]
[The section on Burges-Lamb, uploaded on 26.01.17, was moved into Burges1 on 27.01.17. that on Mobberley to MZmisc02.]

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