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View Tree for (Sir) Francis Howard(Sir) Francis Howard (b. October 21, 1585, d. July 07, 1651)

(Sir) Francis Howard (son of William Howard and Frances Gouldwell)517, 518, 519 was born October 21, 1585 in Haling House, Croyden; chris @ Reigate, Surry, England520, 521, 522, and died July 07, 1651 in Great Bookham, Surrey, England523, 524. He married Jane Monson on July 04, 1604525, 526.

 Includes NotesNotes for (Sir) Francis Howard:
[2772810.FTW]

[Edward Howard Effingham Colonial.FTW]

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P001601 1539-1675 0908519 Film 6903676 Film
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Film Number: 184283
Page Number: 635
Reference Number: 14983


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Individual Record FamilySearch™ Pedigree Resource File

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Edward Howard Compact Disc #6 Pin #263781
Sex: M

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Event(s):
Birth: abt 1627 Place: ,Great Bookham,Surrey,England

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Parents:
Father: Francis Howard Disc #6 Pin #263772
Mother: Jane Monson Disc #6 Pin #263776

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Notes and Sources:
Notes: None
Sources: None

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Submitter:
Medieval Families Unit
(data as of 1992), 50 E North Temple St, Salt Lake City UT 84150



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Submission Search: 570414-100699133432
URL:
CD-ROM: Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #6 pin 263772
CD-ROM Features: Pedigree View, Family View, Individual View, Reports, Downloadable GEDCOM files, Notes and Sources.


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Film Number: 471443
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Film/fiche search results:
Sealings for the dead, couples and children (includes some living spouses and children) 1943-1970; heir indexes, 1943-1965 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake Temple

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Shaw, H (1992). The Gages of Haling, Bull Croydon Nat Hist Sci Soc, 92: 2-3.
The Gages of Haling
On the 21st of September last, John Cunningham led an enjoyable Society excursion to Hengrave Hall in Suffolk, with its nearby attractive pre-Reformation church and its Saxon Round Tower. On the guided tour of the Hall we saw a large stained glass window bearing the coats of arms of the families who occupied Hengrave. Among them was that of the Gage family of Firle Place, Sussex, who had, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, lived at Haling House in South Croydon.

A Roman catholic family, the 'great' Sir John Gage gave invaluable diplomatic and military service to King Henry VIII, who bequeathed £200 to Sir John in his will. Firle Place was built during the King's reign.

High in the favour of the catholic Queen Mary, in 1554 Sir John was granted the reversal of the lease of the already occupied Manor of Haling. In the 1560s Sir John's third son Robert was living at Haling and attending the Parish Church until Queen Elizabeth was excommunicated by the Papal Bull of 1570 and from this time the Gage family of Haling became recusants for failing to attend the Church of England services. In 1586 Robert's son, also named Robert, was executed for his part in the Babington plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth and to put Mary, Queen of Scots on the throne. His brother John, the last Gage to live at Haling, succeeded in 1587; he was committed to the Tower of London for life for harbouring a catholic priest at the house. In the Broad Arrow Tower there is inscribed on the wall 'January 1591 - J. Gage'.

On May 5th 1592 Haling was leased, through the Queen, to Lord Howard of Effingham for 21 years, should John Gage live so long, at a rental of £15 a year. A cousin of the Queen, Lord Howard, who had led the Fleet against the Armada, remarried in his 68th year, and on Christmas Day 1610 a son was born at Haling House, who lived to be the 3rd Earl of Nottingham, Lord Howard being the first Earl. James I granted him an extension of the lease and Lord Howard died at Haling on December 24th 1624, after 32 years there. He was buried in the family vault in Reigate Church.

John Gage was still alive in the Tower, and it was on 9th June 1626 that John and his son Henry, with Sir John Gage of Firle Place, received a licence to sell Haling, which they did for £2,350 to Christopher Gardiner. So ended the Gage family connection with Haling.

John Gage died on December 6th 1626. His son Henry later gave heroic service to Charles I in the Civil War, for which he was knighted and appointed Governor of Oxford. He was killed in action, to be buried at Christ Church Oxford, his epitaph reading 'Son and Heir to John Gage of Haling in the County of Surrey, Esquire'.

The Sir John Gage, whose signature was the third at the sale of Haling, married the heiress of Hengrave Hall. After the death of Sir John, and later, his widow, their third son Edward inherited to begin the Gage line at Hengrave Hall. The family were at the Hall until 1887.

Herbert Shaw

With full acknowledgements to 'The Manor of Haling' by C.G. Paget and the Hengrave Hall guide book.

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St Mary’s church is Reigate’s jewel in its crown. Pillars just as you come into the church on the walls of the tower are dated 1180; there you go, a bit of history. Victims of the plague are buried here and Chart Lane narrows around it as not to disturb the bodies laid in the graveyard. Blame them when you are in a service and cars disturb you as they annoyingly beep as they creep round the corner.

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Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
P001601 1539-1675 0908519 Film 6903676 Film
P001601 1539-1675 0908519 Film NONE
P001601 1539-1675 0908519 Film NONE
P001601 1539-1675 0908519 Film NONE


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Source Information:

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Film Number: 184283
Page Number: 635
Reference Number: 14983


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Individual Record FamilySearch™ Pedigree Resource File

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Edward Howard Compact Disc #6 Pin #263781
Sex: M

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Event(s):
Birth: abt 1627 Place: ,Great Bookham,Surrey,England

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Parents:
Father: Francis Howard Disc #6 Pin #263772
Mother: Jane Monson Disc #6 Pin #263776

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Notes and Sources:
Notes: None
Sources: None

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Submitter:
Medieval Families Unit
(data as of 1992), 50 E North Temple St, Salt Lake City UT 84150



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Submission Search: 570414-100699133432
URL:
CD-ROM: Pedigree Resource File - Compact Disc #6 pin 263772
CD-ROM Features: Pedigree View, Family View, Individual View, Reports, Downloadable GEDCOM files, Notes and Sources.


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Source Information:

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Film Number: 471443
Page Number:
Reference Number:

Film/fiche search results:
Sealings for the dead, couples and children (includes some living spouses and children) 1943-1970; heir indexes, 1943-1965 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Salt Lake Temple


More About (Sir) Francis Howard:
Died 2: 1651, Great Bookham, Surrey, England.527, 528, 529
Fact 1: July 10, 1651, Buried at Great Bookham, Surrey, England.530, 531, 532
Fact 2: AFN:9HSK-K3).533, 534, 535

More About (Sir) Francis Howard and Jane Monson:
Marriage: July 04, 1604536, 537

Children of (Sir) Francis Howard and Jane Monson are:
  1. +Edward Howard, b. October 28, 1628, Lingfield, Surrey, England538, 539, 540, d. Aft. June 15, 1662, (In England) (Bath Churchyard?)541, 542, 543.
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