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Ancestors of Margaret May Harvey

      6662. Christopher Mitford II, born in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland; died Unknown. He was the son of 13324. Christopher Mitford I. He married 6663. Jane Anderson Abt. 1546 in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

      6663. Jane Anderson, born Abt. 1523; died Abt. 1608.

More About Christopher Mitford II:
Burial: Unknown, St Nicholas
Political 1: 1551, the sheriff of Newcastle upon Tyne was a Christopher Mitford
Political 2: Alderman of Newcastle
Political 3: 1556, the mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne was a Christopher Mitford
Political 4: 1569, the mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne was a Christopher Mitford

More About Jane Anderson:
Burial: Unknown, St Nicholas

More About Christopher Mitford and Jane Anderson:
Marriage 1: Abt. 1546, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Marriage 2: 19 Apr 1597, A Christopher Mitford m. Anna Conyers at Sockburne, Northumberland
Children of Christopher Mitford and Jane Anderson are:
  3331 i.   Alice Mitford, born Abt. 1546 in New Castle, Northumberland; died Bef. 06 Mar 1599/00 in England; married Edmund Craster.
  ii.   Henry Mitford, born Abt. 1547; died Unknown; married Barbarie Carr; born Abt. 1549; died Unknown.
  iii.   Robert Mitford, born Abt. 1549 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland; died 04 Dec 1592 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland; married Eleanor Shafto; born Abt. 1553; died 03 May 1585.
  More About Robert Mitford:
Burial: Unknown, St Nicholas

      6668. Henry Ogle, born 1474 in Berwick, Northumberland; died 1541 in Eglingham, Northumberland. He was the son of 13336. William Ogle and 13337. Margaret~. He married 6669. Elizabeth^ Musgrave Abt. 1519 in Eglingham, Northumberland.

      6669. Elizabeth^ Musgrave, born in England; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 13338. Unknown^ Musgrave.

Notes for Henry Ogle:
page 191
"...he appears to have been a man of an ecclesiastical turn of mind, it it is correct that his sons were named after the four evangelists and St Cuthbert the northern saint."

More About Henry Ogle:
Lineage: 1st of the Ogles of Eglingham
Property: 23 Mar 1513/14, Received lands of Eglingham and Bewick

  Notes for Elizabeth^ Musgrave:
page 191

"...The Musgraves (lords of the marshes and mosses) are of German origin and are descended from an arch duchess of Austria, the traditional history of which is this: ---The Emperor had two great generals who made court to his daughter at the same time, and as he had experienced singular services from both, did not prefer one before the other, but to decide the matter, ordered the two heroes to run at the ring. It so happened that Musgrave, one of the contending generals, had the fortune to pierce the ring with the point of his spear, by which action he gained her as the reward. From this marriage issued that Musgrave who accompanied, as it is usual to say, William the Conqueror to England."

The exact connection to the Musgrave family line with Elizabeth Musgrave would be approximately the generation following Edward I, son of Richard. These Musgraves had close associations with the Ogles and it is probably that the connection is at this generation. ---RCM

More About Elizabeth^ Musgrave:
Lineage 1: Connection to the Musgrave family line would be at this generation.
Lineage 2: The exact connection to the Musgrave family line is uncertain.

More About Henry Ogle and Elizabeth^ Musgrave:
Marriage: Abt. 1519, Eglingham, Northumberland
Children of Henry Ogle and Elizabeth^ Musgrave are:
  3334 i.   Luke I Ogle, born in Eglingham, Northumberland; died Abt. 1542 in Eglingham, England; married Unknown Wife Of Luke I Ogle 1539 in Eglingham, Northumberland, England.
  ii.   Mark Ogle, died Unknown.
  iii.   Cuthbert Ogle, died Unknown.
  iv.   John Ogle, died Unknown.
  v.   Mathew Ogle, died Unknown.

      6672. George I Pringle, born in of Craigleith; died 1602. He was the son of 13344. Alexander Pringle.

More About George I Pringle:
Political 1: Bef. 1587, temporarily lost Craigleith in litigation with neighbors
Political 2: 1587, received lease in feu of the land and fortilice s of Craigleith
Political 3: 1597, Craigleith granted to James Pringle of Smailholm, by the king, because George was a fugitive
Political 4: 1597, resigned the lands of Craigleith
Children of George I Pringle are:
  i.   George II Pringle, born in of Craigleith; died Bef. 1631.
  More About George II Pringle:
Heir: 1602, to his father
Political 1: 1601, Contracted with James Pringle of Smailholm for Craigleith
Political 2: 1605, received a feu charter for Craigleith

  3336 ii.   Robert Pringle, born in of Stichill, Roxburghshire; died Aft. 1643; married Katherine Hamilton.

      7168. Roger Bradshaw, died 1574. He was the son of 14336. William Bradshaw and 14337. Alice~. He married 7169. Margaretta De Ince.

      7169. Margaretta De Ince, died Unknown. She was the daughter of 14338. Hugh~ De Ince.

More About Margaretta De Ince:
Heiress: of her father
Child of Roger Bradshaw and Margaretta De Ince is:
  3584 i.   Ralph Bradshaw I, died 1570.

      7296. Sir John Lowther, Kt587, born Abt. 1488 in Lowther Hall, Westmoreland, England588; died 03 Feb 1551/52. He was the son of 14592. Sir Hugh X Lowther, KB and 14593. Anne Threlkeld. He married 7297. Lucye Curwen 27 Jan 1501/02 in Workington, Cumberland.

      7297. Lucye Curwen, born Abt. 1490 in Workington, Cumberland; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 14594. Sir Thomas Curwen, Kt and 14595. Anne Huddleston.

Notes for Sir John Lowther, Kt:
The Popular History of England of Society and Government from the Earlisest Period to Our Own Times, Volume III
Chapter LXX.

When Mary arrived at Workington she was received with kindness by the country gentlemen, and was conducted with respect to Carlisle by Mr. Lowther, the deputy-governor. She was attended by her friends, Lords Herries and Fleming. Herries had taken the precaution to write to Lowther on the 15th, to know if the queen could come safely to Carlisle; but Mary was too impatient to wait for the answer, which was to the effect that, without instructions, he could only undertake to receive her with due honor, and to keep her in safety till the pleasure of the queen of England was known.

More About Sir John Lowther, Kt:
Political 1: 1516, Sheriff of Cumberland
Political 2: 1543, Sheriff of Cumberland
Political 3: 1551, Sheriff of Cumberland

More About Lucye Curwen:
Lineage: Burke says d/o Sir Christopher/Thomas Curwen of Workington

More About John Lowther and Lucye Curwen:
Marriage: 27 Jan 1501/02, Workington, Cumberland
Children of John Lowther and Lucye Curwen are:
  3648 i.   Sir Hugh Lowther, Kt, born Abt. 1508 in Lowther, Westmorland; died 1546; married Lady Dorothy Clifford 1529 in Skipton, Yorkshire.
  ii.   Mabel Lowther, born Abt. 1512; died Unknown; married Christopher Dalston; born in of Uldale; died Unknown.

      7298. Sir Henry I Clifford Lord Clifford589, born Abt. 1458 in Skipton, Yorkshire590; died 23 Apr 1523. He was the son of 14596. Sir John Clifford Baron Clifford and 14597. Lady Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford. He married 7299. Florence Pudsey Bef. 11 Jul 1511 in Barfoot, Yorkshire.

      7299. Florence Pudsey, born Abt. 1484 in Berforth, Yorkshire; died 23 Apr 1533. She was the daughter of 14598. Sir Henry Pudsey Lord Of Bolton and 14599. Margaret Conyers.

More About Sir Henry I Clifford Lord Clifford:
Date born 2: Tufton, Westmoreland?
Title or Name: Lord Clifford 10th

More About Henry Lord Clifford and Florence Pudsey:
Marriage: Bef. 11 Jul 1511, Barfoot, Yorkshire
Child of Henry Lord Clifford and Florence Pudsey is:
  3649 i.   Lady Dorothy Clifford, born Abt. 1510 in Lowther, Westmorland; died 13 Sep 1562 in Lowther, Westmorland; married Sir Hugh Lowther, Kt 1529 in Skipton, Yorkshire.

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