Name: William Sacheverell
Birth: ABT 1501 in Morley, Derbyshire
Death: 5 SEP 1558 in Staunton, Nr. Swarston, Derbyshire
Burial: St. Michael's, Stanton-by-Bridge, Derbyshire
Residence: Stanton-by-Bridge, Derbyshire
MEM: Stanton-by-Bridge, Derbys. Incised slab. Separate slab with kneeling children taken from the front of tomb chest.
Note: 1 2|
Change Date: 1 APR 2008
William Sacheverell died seized of the Grange of Alvaston in 1557, which had belonged to Daley Abbey, and had been granted in 1547 to Henry Needham.
4th son (acc. to Visitation pedigree; 2nd son acc. to Cox)
the epitaph for William Sacheverell and his wife Mary (Cox, vol. 3,
p. 470) states:
' Hic jacent corpora Wilhelmi Saucheverell armiger et Maria uxoris
ejus filia et heredis Clement Lowe de Denby qui quidem Willelms
obiit quinto die mensis Septembris anno dni MDLVIII quorum
animabus propicietur Deus Amen "
trans. by Rosie Bevan:
' Here lie the bodies of William Sacheverel, armiger, and Maria his
wife, daughter and heir of Clement Lowe of Denby, of whom the said
William died the fifth day of September 1558. May god have mercy
on their souls. Amen '
Father: Henry Sacheverell b: 1476
Mother: Isabella Montgomery b: in Cubley, Derbyshire
- Ralph Sacheverell
- Type: Web Site
- Type: Book
Periodical: Topographical and Historical Account of Derbyshire