STAFFORD FAMILY

II. GRAFTON LINE

William STAFFORD of Broomshull

Born: BEF 1214

Father: Hervey BAGOT (B. Stafford)

Mother: Millicent De STAFFORD

Married: Aditha VERNON

Children:

1. William STAFFORD


William STAFFORD

Father: William STAFFORD of Broomshull

Mother: Aditha VERNON

Married: Ermentrude FITZWAKELIN

Children:

1. William STAFFORD


William STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1259

Died: AFT 1307

Father: William STAFFORD

Mother: Ermentrude FITZWAKELIN

Married: Isabella De STAFFORD

Children:

1. John STAFFORD (Sir)


John STAFFORD (Sir)

¿Born: ABT 1315, Wickham, England?

Died: ABT 1370

Notes: of Scales, Knt. of Amblecote and Bramshall, Stafford. Sir John Stafford, son of William Stafford, of Bromshull, county Stafford, and a descendant of Hervey Bagot and Milicent Stafford; which Sir John married Margaret, youngest daughter of Ralph Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, and left issue, Sir Humphrey, his heir, a distinguished soldier in the martial reign of King Edward III, and one of the retinue of the Black Prince, who married the dau. and heir of John Grenvil; and Ralph, who married Maud, daughter and co-heir of Sir John Hastang, and was ancestor of the Staffords of Grafton, county Worcester, and of the Staffords of Blatherwycke, county Northampton. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 501, Stafford, Barons Stafford, of Suthwyk, Earl of Devon].

Father: William STAFFORD

Mother: Isabella De STAFFORD

Married 1: Elizabeth De SOMERVILLE

Children:

1. Matilda (Maud) STAFFORD

Married 2: Margaret STAFFORD

Children:

2. Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

3. Margaret STAFFORD

4. Ralph STAFFORD

5. Joan STAFFORD


Matilda (Maud) STAFFORD

Notes: Memorial Brass in Clifton Campville Church, 1360, is believed to be that of Maud, wife of Sir Richard Stafford.

Father: John STAFFORD (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth De SOMERVILLE

Married: Richard STAFFORD (Sir Knight) ABT 1357


Margaret STAFFORD

Born: 1356, Wichham, Norfolk, England

Died: BEF 6 Apr 1418, Over Peover, Cheshire, England (Inq. Date)

Father: John STAFFORD (Sir)

Mother: Margaret STAFFORD

Married 1: John De WARREN (Sir Knight) 1371, Poynton, Cheshire, England

Children:

1. Nicholas De WARREN (b. ABT 1375) (m. Alice De Winnington)

2. Margaret De WARREN

3. Isabel De WARREN

Married 2: John MAIWARING (Sir Knight) AFT 1390


Ralph STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1354, Chebsey, Staffordshire, England

Died: 1 Mar 1410, Hastings

Notes: Steward of the Household to Edward III.

Father: John STAFFORD (Sir)

Mother: Margaret STAFFORD

Married: Maud HASTINGS ABT 1383, Chebsey, Stafford, England

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

2. Joan STAFFORD


Joan STAFFORD

Father: Ralph STAFFORD

Mother: Maud HASTINGS

Married: Nicholas BEKE


Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Born: 1370 / 1384, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Died: 20 Feb 1419

Father: Ralph STAFFORD

Mother: Maud HASTINGS

Married 1: Elizabeth BURDETT (b. 1375 - d. 1434) ABT 1398, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)


Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Born: 1400, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Died: AFT 1467, Bromgrade, Worcester, England

Notes: Governor of Calais. Commissioner 1436. His wife brought Blatherwyke to the Staffords.

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BURDETT

Married: Eleanor AYLESBURY (b. 1407 - d. AFT 1467) (dau. of Thomas Aylesbury and Catherine Pabenham) ABT 1426, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England

Children:

Sir Humphrey Stafford of Grafton alabaster effigy Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

1. Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

2. Elizabeth STAFFORD

¿3. Anne STAFFORD (B. Clinton of Marstoke)?

¿4. William STAFFORD (Sir)?


Elizabeth STAFFORD

Born: 1435, Beauchamp Court, Worcestershire, England

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Eleanor AYLESBURY

Married: Richard BEAUCHAMP (2º B. Powis) (b. 1436 - d. ABT 19 Apr 1475 / Jan 1503) (son of John De Beauchamp and Margaret Ferrers) 27 Jan 1466, Private Chapel, Beauchamp Court, Worcestershire, England

Children:

1. Anne BEAUCHAMP (m. Sir Richard Lygon)

2. Elizabeth BEAUCHAMP (m. Robert Willoughby, 1º B. Willoughby of Broke)

3. Margaret BEAUCHAMP (m. William Reade)


Anne STAFFORD (B. Clinton of Marstoke)

Born: ABT 1447, Alnwick, Northumberland, England

Died: AFT 1508 / BEF 1522

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Eleanor AYLESBURY

Married 1: William BERKELEY (Sir Knight)

Children:

1. Catherine BERKELEY

2. Richard BERKELEY of Stoke Gifford

3. John BERKELEY

Married 2: John CLINTON (6° B. Clinton of Marstoke) AFT 1471, Alnwick, Northumberland, England

Children:

4. John CLINTON

Married 3: Thomas WILLICOTE

Married 4: Richard WILLOUGHBY 4 Aug 1488


Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1427, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Died: 8 Jul 1486, Tyburn

Notes: executed by order of King Henry VII for siding with Richard III.

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Eleanor AYLESBURY

Married: Catherine FRAY (b. 1437 - d. 1482) (dau. of Sir John Fray, Chief Baron of the Exchecker, and Agnes Danvers) 1452, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Children:

1. Anne STAFFORD (B. Latimer)

2. Joyce STAFFORD

3. Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke


Anne STAFFORD (B. Latimer)

Born: ABT 1471, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Died: AFT 1513

Buried: Well, Yorkshire, England

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine FRAY

Married: Richard NEVILLE (2º B. Latimer) 1490, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Children:

1. John NEVILLE (3° B. Latimer)

2. Dorothy NEVILLE

3. Elizabeth NEVILLE

4. Margaret NEVILLE

5. William NEVILLE

6. Catherine NEVILLE (b. 17 Jan 1498/99)

7. Susan NEVILLE

8. Thomas NEVILLE (Sir)

9. Joan NEVILLE (b. 7 Mar 1503/1504)

10. Humphrey NEVILLE (b. 11 Aug 1505)

11. Marmaduke NEVILLE (b. ABT 1506 - d. AFT 1542)

12. Marmaduke NEVILLE

13. George NEVILLE (b. 29 Jul 1509 - d. 1567)

14. Christopher NEVILLE (b. 2 Oct 1511)

15. Christopher NEVILLE (b. 2 May 1513 - d. AFT 1542)

¿16. Anne NEVILLE?


Joyce STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1460, Grafton, Worcestershire, England

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine FRAY

Married: Marmaduke CONSTABLE (Sir Knight) ABT 1480, Burton, Yorkshire, England

Children:

1. Eleanor CONSTABLE (B. Berkeley)

2. Marmaduke CONSTABLE of Everingham (Sir Knight)

3. Robert CONSTABLE of Nuneaton (Sir Knight)

4. Agnes CONSTABLE

5. John CONSTABLE of Knowlton (Sir)

6. William CONSTABLE of Hatfield

7. Catherine CONSTABLE


Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Born: ABT 1461, Blatherwick, Northumberland, England

Died: 1545

Notes: In 1521 regained the Manor of Milton Keynes. Humphrey's father was executed at Tyburn as a traitor after the Battle of Bosworth field. At this time, his lands were taken from him and granted to Sir Edward Poynings. Sir Humphrey gradually restored the family to royal favour. He received a pardon from Henry VIII, and in 1515 was granted a partial restoration of his land. At the time of his fathers death, Sir Humphrey was only eight years old, but was betrothed to Margaret Fogge, dau. of Sir John. In 1532 he made a settlement of the manor on his further marriage with Joan, widow of William Lane. On his death in 1545 another Humphrey inherited Milton Keynes.

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine FRAY

Married: Margaret FOGGE

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

2. William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)


Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Died: 1548

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Mother: Margaret FOGGE

Married: Margaret TAME

Children:

1. Anne STAFFORD

2. Humphrey STAFFORD (Sir)

3. John STAFFORD


Anne STAFFORD

Born: BEF 1513, England

Died: AFT 1613, England

Notes: her husband, Anthony Cope of Bedhampton, was denounced by Justices 1569 for refusing to subscribe to the Act of Uniformity.

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Mother: Margaret TAME

Married: Anthony COPE of Bedhampton (Sir Knight) (b. 1509 - d. 1586)

Children:

1. Anne COPE

2. George COPE

3. Jane COPE

4. Elizabeth COPE

5. Margaret COPE

6. Stephen COPE

7. Anthony COPE

8. John COPE

9. John COPE

10. Edward COPE


Humphrey STAFFORD (Sir)

Died: 1574

Notes: in 1555 he and his wife Elizabeth leased the site of the manor of Milton Keynes for twenty-one years to Laurence Woodall and his son Richard. This arrangement ended in a quarrel, as Thomas Digby alleged that Richard Woodall had transferred his interests to him rather than his son Thomas. In 1563 the manor retuned to Sir Humphrey. In 1562, before the Court of Requests, he stated that he had beaten his wife (a husband’s right in those days) because she had uttered "many unseemly and quarrelous words". His goal was to reform "her manners and life".

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Mother: Margaret TAME

Married: Elizabeth CAVE (d. AFT 1562) (dau. of Thomas Cave of Stanford and Elizabeth Danvers)

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD (d. unm.)

2. John STAFFORD (d.1596)


John STAFFORD

Died: 1595

Notes: inherited Milton Keynes in 1574.

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Mother: Margaret TAME

Married: ¿?

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD of Sudbury

2. William STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

¿3. Robert STAFFORD?


Robert STAFFORD

Father: John STAFFORD

Mother: ¿?

Married: Jane SPENCER


William STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Notes: came to an arrangement with his brother whereby William took the manor of Milton Keynes. On his demise in 1606 his son William, then a minor held the manor. In 1637 William's first son Edward held the manor, dying the following year leaving the manor to his brother Charles; who was succeeded by his younger brother William in 1643. He did not enjoy the profits of the estate. It was mortgaged for £6000 in 1634 to Sir Lewis Watson (who became Lord Rockingham) and John Loddington. Parliament were ignorant of this fact and granted Sir John Corbett the estate in recompense for losses caused by the kings troops. Corbett and Rockingham fought out their case in the Chancery and in 1652 it was referred to Parliament . Corbett pleading the Act of Oblivion. Rockingham died in 1653 and his son Edward Watson and John Loddington joined William Stafford in levying for Milton Manor. Henry Stafford, son of William, was sued whilst a minor in 1669 by Dr. Lewis Atterbury with regard to the glebe lands. In 1667 Henry Stafford conveyed the manor to Heneage Finch and his son Daniel.

Father: John STAFFORD

Mother: ¿?

Married: ¿?

Children:

1. William STAFFORD of Blatherwycke


William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Born: BEF 1512, Chebsey, Staffs., Rochford, Essex & London

Died: 5 May 1556, Geneva

Notes: See his Biography.

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Blatherwycke

Mother: Margaret FOGGE

Married 1: Mary BOLEYN ABT 1533

Children:

1. Son STAFFORD (b. 1535 - d. 1545)

Married 2: Dorothy STAFFORD AFT Jul 1543

Children:

2. Edward STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

3. John STAFFORD of Marlwood Park (Sir)

4. William STAFFORD

5. Elizabeth STAFFORD

6Ursula STAFFORD


Edward STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Born: ABT 1552

Died: 5 Feb 1604/5

Buried: Westminster Abbey

Notes: See his Biography.

Father: William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Mother: Dorothy STAFFORD

Married 1: Roberta CHAPMAN

Children:

1. William STAFFORD

2. Dau. STAFFORD

3. Dau. STAFFORD

Married 2: Douglas HOWARD (B. Sheffield of Butterwick) 29 Nov 1579

Children:

4. Son STAFFORD

5. Son STAFFORD


John STAFFORD of Marlwood Park (Sir)

Born: 1 Apr 1553, Bobbing Court, Bobbing, Kent, England

Died: 28 Sep 1624

Father: William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Mother: Dorothy STAFFORD

¿Married 1: Bridget CLOPTON (b. ABT 1554)?

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD

Married 2: Millicent GRESHAM

Children:

2Thomas STAFFORD

Married 3: Anne MOODY

Married 4: Susan WYNNARD ABT 26 Oct 1607


Humphrey STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1574

Father: John STAFFORD of Marlwood Park (Sir)

Mother: Bridget CLOPTON

Married: Lucy EYRE

Children:

1. Alice STAFFORD

2. Gertrude STAFFORD


Alice STAFFORD

Born: 1610

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD

Mother: Lucy EYRE

Married: Anthony SAVAGE

Children:

1. Alice SAVAGE

2. Dorothy SAVAGE


Thomas STAFFORD

Born: 5 May 1580

Died: 1607

Father: John STAFFORD of Marlwood Park (Sir)

Mother: Millicent GRESHAM

Married: ¿?

Children:

1. Thomas STAFFORD (b. 1605)


Elizabeth STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1546

Died: 6 Feb 1598/9

Buried: Nettlestead, Kent, England

Notes: was in exile during Mary Tudor's reign with her parents and returned to England in 1559. On 28 Nov 1568 she became a chamberer to Queen Elizabeth at £20 per annum. In 1573, she married Sir William Drury of Hawstead. The Queen graciously granted their union and was in attendance at the wedding. Both Elizabeth and her daughters received gifts of clothing from Elizabeth.

Father: William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Mother: Dorothy STAFFORD

Married 1: William DRURY of Hawsted (Sir)

Children:

1. Robert DRURY of Hawstead (Sir)

2. Charles DRURY

3. Frances DRURY

4. Elizabeth DRURY (C. Exeter)

5. Susannah DRURY (d. 1607, while hunting, in Lincolnshire)

6. Diana DRURY (V. Wimbledon)

7. Dorothea DRURY (d. infancy at age 4 months)

Married 2: John SCOTT of Nettlestead (Sir) (d. 1616) AFT 1589

Elizabeth Stafford,

attributed to William Seger c. 1585


William STAFFORD

Born: 1554

Died: 16 Nov 1612

Notes: educated at Winchester College, where he was admitted in 1564, and New College, Oxford, where he matriculated in 1571. In 1573 he was elected a fellow of New College, but two years later he was deprived of his fellowship for being away without leave. He came to London, where his mother Dorothy  was in attendance on Queen Elizabeth. In 1585, William went to France secretly, staying in the lodgings of his brother Sir Edward Stafford, ambassador to France, and spying on his own account. When this was found out, he begged Sir Francis Walsingham's intercession with his mother. He soon returned to England. The following year, William became involved with the plans of Châteauneuf, the French ambassador. By 1587, Châteauneuf was conspiring to poison Queen Elizabeth, using William Stafford's court connections to plant a poisoned gown or saddle for the Queen's use. William confessed the plot to Walsingham, who arrested the conspirators. William was released from the Tower in Aug of 1588 without any charges being brought. It is speculated that William was an agent provocateur for Walsingham in this plot; certainly he suffered no lasting harm from the episode. After this, William retired to a quiet life in the country. His son was another William Stafford, a notable author of 'The Reason of the War, with the Progress and Accidents Thereof, Written by an English Subject' which was published in 1646, arguing for Charles I to give more power to the Parliament.

Father: William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Mother: Dorothy STAFFORD

Married: Anne GRYME (dau. of Thomas Gryme of Antingham) 1593

Children: 

1. William STAFFORD

2. Dorothy STAFFORD


Ursula STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1553, Bobbing Court, Kent, England

Notes: Richard Drake obtained a Court appointment as Equerry to Queen Elizabeth in 1577, and bought an estate in Esher. He received a ransom of 2,500 pounds for a distinguished Spanish prisoner who was captured after the defeat of the Armada and housed with Richard Drake for four-and-a half years until his exchange with an English prisoner in the hands of the Spaniards. The family of Drake of Shardeloes in Buckinghamshire are descendants of this Richard.

Father: William STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir)

Mother: Dorothy STAFFORD

Married: Richard DRAKE (Esq.)

Children: 

1. Francis DRAKE


Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

Died: 31 Oct 1413

Father: John STAFFORD (Sir)

Mother: Margaret STAFFORD

Married 1: Elizabeth AUMARLE (w. of John Maltravers)

Married 2: Alice GREVILLE ABT 1365

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

2. Elizabeth STAFFORD


Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

Born: ABT 1379, Hooke, Dorset, England

Died: 27 May 1442

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

Mother: Alice GREVILLE

Married: Elizabeth MALTRAVERS (b. ABT 1380 - d. 1442) (dau. of John Maltravers and Elizabeth Aumarle) BEF Oct 1397

Children:

1. Alice STAFFORD

2. Richard STAFFORD of Southwick

3. John STAFFORD

4. William STAFFORD (d. 1450, during Cade's Rebellion)

5. Humphrey STAFFORD of Southwick


Alice STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1391

Died: BEF 24 Apr 1448

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

Mother: Elizabeth MALTRAVERS

Married 1: Edmund CHENEY

Children:

1. Elizabeth CHENEY

2. Anne (Agnes) CHENEY

Married 2: Walter TALBOYS (Sheriff of Lincoln) BEF 1432

Children:

3. William TALBOYS (Sir Knight)

4. Eleanor TALBOYS


Richard STAFFORD of Southwick

Died: ABT 1427

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

Mother: Elizabeth MALTRAVERS

Married: Maud LOVELL

Children:

1. Avice STAFFORD


Avice STAFFORD

Born: 4 Dec 1423, Woodsford, Dorset

Died: 3 Jun 1457

Father: Richard STAFFORD of Southwick

Mother: Maud LOVELL

Married: James BUTLER (1° E. Wiltshire) BEF 4 Jul 1428


John STAFFORD

Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Hook

Mother: Elizabeth MALTRAVERS

Married: Anne BOTREAUX (dau. of William Botreaux, 1º B. Botreaux, and Elizabeth Daubeney)

Children:

1. Humphrey STAFFORD



William STAFFORD (Sir)

Born: ABT 1420, Bishop's Frome, Herefordshire, England

Died: 18 Jun 1450, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

¿Father: Humphrey STAFFORD of Grafton (Sir Knight)

Mother: Eleanor AYLESBURY?

Married: Catherine CHIDIOCKE (dau. of Sir John Chidiocke and Catherine Lumley) 11 Mar 1435/1436

Children:

1. Margaret STAFFORD


Margaret STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1445

Father: William STAFFORD (Sir)

Mother: ¿?

Married: George De VERE (Sir)

Children:

1. George De VERE

2. John De VERE (14° E. Oxford)

3. Dorothy De VERE (B. Latimer)

4. Elizabeth De VERE

5. Ursula De VERE



Elizabeth STAFFORD

Father: William STAFFORD of Bradfield

Mother: ¿?

Married: Henry FORTESCUE of Faulkbourne (Esq.) BEF 1546

Children:

1. Francis FORTESCUE

2. Son FORTESCUE

3. Son FORTESCUE

4. Son FORTESCUE

5. Catherine FORTESCUE

6. Dau. FORTESCUE

7. Dau. FORTESCUE

8. Dau. FORTESCUE

9. Dau. FORTESCUE



William STAFFORD

Born: 1500

Died: 1556

Married: Anne LANGFORD (b. 1500) (dau. of John Langford and Catherine Norreys)

Children:

1. Thomas STAFFORD

2. John STAFFORD (b. ABT 1531)

3. George STAFFORD (b. ABT 1532)

4. Humphrey STAFFORD (b. ABT 1533)

5. Elizabeth STAFFORD (b. ABT 1534)
6. Margery STAFFORD (b. ABT 1535)
7. Mary STAFFORD (b. ABT 1536)

Thomas STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1530

Died: 1584

Father: William STAFFORD

Mother: Anne LANGFORD

Married: Anne BEST

Children:

1. Eleanor STAFFORD

2. Reade STAFFORD

3. Anne STAFFORD

4. Elizabeth STAFFORD

5. Edward STAFFORD

6. Francis STAFFORD (b. ABT 1565)

7. Edmund STAFFORD


Eleanor STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1550

Father: Thomas STAFFORD

Mother: Anne BEST

Married: Francis WELLESBORNE (b. 1526 - d. 5 Nov 1602, West Hanney, Berkshire) (son of Oliver Wellesborne and Joan Humphrey) (m.2 Alice Martin) 1565

Children:

1. Frances WELLESBORNE (b. ABT 1566 - d. 1631) (m. Paul Ambrose Crooke)

2. Catherine WELLESBORNE (b. ABT 1567)

3. Anne WELLESBORNE (b. ABT 1568) (m. Edward Clarke)


Reade STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1555

Died: 1605

Father: Thomas STAFFORD

Mother: Anne BEST

Married: Mabel STAVERTON 1570 (dau. Richard Staverton and Anne Norreys)


Anne STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1557

Father: Thomas STAFFORD

Mother: Anne BEST

Married: Son FABIAN


Elizabeth STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1559

Father: Thomas STAFFORD

Mother: Anne BEST

Married: John BERRY


Edward STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1563

Father: Thomas STAFFORD

Mother: Anne BEST

Married: Mary FORSTER (b. ABT 1594 - d. 1668) (dau. of William Forster and Mary Steward) (m.1 Elias Ashmole - m.2 Thomas Hamley - m.3 Thomas Mainwaring) 1620

Children:

1. Edward STAFFORD (b. ABT 1622) (m. Elizabeth Chichester)

2. Humphrey STAFFORD

3. William STAFFORD (b. ABT 1626) (m. Elizabeth Anderson)

4. Mary STAFFORD (b. ABT 1628 - d. ABT 1630)

5. Anne STAFFORD (b. ABT 1630 - d. ABT 1632)


Edmund STAFFORD

Born: ABT 1567

Father: Thomas STAFFORD

Mother: Anne BEST

Married: Anne DOCKWRAY



Jane STAFFORD

Born: 1572, Tottenhoe, Buckinghamshire, England

Married: Thomas Arthur SAVAGE 1590, Walgrange, Staffordshire, England

Children:

1. Elizabeth SAVAGE (b. 1592)

2. Thomas SAVAGE


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