Name: Jane Stoodlie
Given Name: Jane
Birth: 1 May 1593 in Hawkchurch,Dorset, Engalnd
Death: 18 Oct 1626 in West Hatch, Somersetshire, England
Change Date: 22 Jul 2017 at 22:27:30
Stoodliy, Stoodley, Stoodlie, Stoodleigh,
Note#1 -Bush found a marriage record at Marshwood, Dorset, of Simon Hoyt and Jane "Stoodlie " in 1617. Marshwood is not so far from West Hatch (about 10 miles) to negate the possibilit y that this couple had Walter and Nicholas, but Simon was otherwise in West Hatch. Marshwoo d records reveal only that there were Stoodley (variously spelled) baptisms in the early 17t h century, indicating that Jane's family probably was established in the area when she was ma rried. (14) John Stoodley was among the free tenants of Marshwood manor in 1626-41 and Walte r Stoodleigh was a member of the homage jury for Whitchurch Hundred, near Marshwood, in 1626 . Given the appearance of Walter among Simon's children, perhaps Walter Stoodleigh was Jane' s father or brother.
Research by Robin Bush Web Page URL:http://pws.prserv.net/usinet.declair/hoyt/shoyt.htm/
(as of 01/2004, above link no longer is available)
Now same web page at: www.simonhoyt.com/bush.htm
Note#2 -Go to Web Site for more information on the Stoodley family of Hawkchurch, Doset Co. , UK at: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~legends/stoodley.html
MARRIAGE: Married: 4 NOV 1617 in Marshwood (Bridport), Dorset, England 15
Married: BEF. 1618 in Marshwood, Dorset Co., England
Source: Doug Sinclair archives,
MARRIAGE: Fritz Knapp, Descendants of Simon Hoyt:
Simon is also said to have had a first wife, Deborah Stower s, daughterof Walter Stowers. Thi s has been proven to be i n error and the
first wife of Simon Hoyt is now proven to be "Jane Stoodlie ". [Hoyt's Issue, Spring 1997, :1 358]. [see GMB, II:1032 for explanation
pertaining to second wife's maiden name, which is not "Smith".] Her maiden name remains undis covered. The reference in early records to "the Smith" was reference to the village "Blacksmi th" not to the maiden name of 2d wife, Susanna(h).
MARRIAGE: Early writings claim Ruth and Deborah as being children of Simon Hoyt. Without th e Upwey dates previously claimed and found in error, there is no evidence to conclude that th ey were daug hters of Simon Hoyt.
SOURCE: HHH Book of 1871 and
Note: This new linage added to Simon Hoyt/e (*v), was from Robin Bush, an English researcher , completed in 1995 and published in 1996. I have found an article of the research by Doug Si nclair at:http://dougsinclairsarchives.com/hoyt/shoyt.htm
John E. Hoyt
* various surname derivations
NAME: Surname variants are: Stoodley, Stoodlie, Stoodleigh, Studley,Stoodley, Stodley, Studle y
Death: I have death date of 18 Oct 1626. But I had listed in Dorchester, Ne4w England, tha t was not feasible as Simon didn't sail till 1829??
Most all say before 1629, (before Simon Sailed to America), or listed as Before 1835...
Below may give another reason and death dates.
Agnes Hoyt/e death date also same date. Summation;
This amy show that both death, as same date, and may both have died during childbirth. -jehoy t 2013.
Lions/Lyons Whelps Ship link:
Paragraph titled: 1/3 down page,
A Lion's Whelp to Massachusetts
In 1629 a Lion's Whelp sailed with four other ships from Gravesend on April 25, 1629 for th e Massachusetts Bay Colony. Arrived and greeted by Governor John Endecott on June 30, 1629. A ll ships were armed merchantmen. Eight cannon were listed for this Lion's Whelp which is th e number carried by the Duke of Buckingham's Lion's Whelps and most armed pinnaces as well. I s this ship Buckingham's second Lion's Whelp, diverted for a cross Atlantic run with settler s and provisions to the Massachusetts Bay Colony? A careful scrutiny of the record is not sup portive of this conclusion. This Lion's Whelp is tentatively identified as the 120-ton ship t hat brought William Dodge, along with the Sprague family and others to Salem, Massachusetts i n 1629. The Lyon's Whelp left Gravesend 24/25 April 1629 and arrived in Salem mid-July 1629 , under Master John Gibbs (or Gibbon). It was one of six ships in a small fleet; the others i ncluding Talbot, George Bonaventure, Lyon, and a ship called Mayflower (though not the Mayflo wer of the Pilgrims). This Lion's Whelp and her sister ships the Talbot and the George carrie d goods and new settlers to Naumkaeg, the Indian name for the territory settled by England' s Massachusetts Bay Company at Salem. 
Appendix: 10 Lion's Whelps
Final costings for each Lion's Whelp are believed to have been in excess of the contracted ra te, thereby raising the possibility that shipwrights deliberately built ships larger than agr eed upon in order to inflate the final invoice. The worse example of this was Peter Pett an d the sixth Whelp. The Duke wanted each Whelp to weigh 120 tonnes, and cost £139.5.
After the Duke was assassinated in 1632, his fleet of ten Lion Whelps was taken into the Roya l Navy and the estate reimbursed £4,500 according to Captain Penington who had supervised the ir construction. Had the fleet been sold to England, as the Earl of Nottingham had done wit h his Lion's Whelp in 1602, very likely much more money would have accrued to the Buckingha m estate.
Father: Simon Stoodley b: 1570 in Dorsetshire,England
Mother: Susannah b: 1570
Simon Hoyt Hoyte The Immigrant b: 20 Jan 1590 in West Hatch,Somersetshire Co.,England
4 Nov 1612
in Marshwood,Dorset Co.,England
4 Nov. 1617
Source: Doug Sinclair archives,
- John Hoyte b: 12 Mar 1614 in West Hatch,Somerset,England
- Walter Hoyt Hoyte b: 9 Jun 1616 in West Hatch,Somersetshire Co.,England
- Nicholas Hoyt, Hoyte b: 7 May 1620 in West Hatch,Somerset,England
- Alexander Hoyte b: ABT 1623 in West Hatch,Somersetshire Co.,England c: 28 Dec 1623 in West Hatch,Somerset,England
- Mary (Hewitt) Hoyte b: ABT 1623 in ,,England
- Agnes Hoyte b: ABT Oct 1626 in West Hatch,Somerset,England c: 18 Oct 1626 in West Hatch,Somerset,England