Name: John Baud 1
Residence: Lincolnshire 1
Change Date: 20 NOV 2012
Robert Bawde of Somerby, JP, d 5 Feb 1510, married Katherine, dau and heir of John Bluett of Somerby, living 1464 [Katherine or John?] and had issue. Katherine married 2nd Randolphe Harbottell, of Grantham, Lincolnshire.
Their son John Baude of Somerby married Jane, dau of Gilbert Hussey (Gilbert b abt. 1441).
John and Jane had a son John [d 1545] who had numerous issue, including a dau Anne, but she is shown as marrying three husbands none of them a Tryce.
Somerby is in Leicestershire.
In 1480 Mary, widow of Richard Boyville, died possessed of half the manor of Othorpe, in Slawston, Leics. It descended to her daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Bawdes, and in 1508 Robert Bawdes of Somerby (Lincs.), probably their son, quitclaimed his half of the manor of Othorpe to Robert Brudenell.
John Bawde (Johannes Bawdes) married Johanna Cotton 25 Sept 1592 at Somerby. (IGI extract)
Visitation of Lincs re Baud of Somerby says that Maurice Baude of Somerby (head of pedigree) married Dorothy daughter of Robert Cotton of Connington. It was his son Maurice who died at Naseby.
Lincolnshire Pedigrees says Maurice (b. 1562, living 1615) and John Bawde (younger brother) married the daus of Thomas Cotton. Thomas was MP for Huntingdon 1558.
Hugh Baude was second son of John Baude of Somerby, Lincs., who died 1545. His elder brother, Charles Baude, who was born 1533, died 10 April, 1595, seised of the manor of Somerby and lands in Ropesley and Welby. Colonel Maurice Baude of Somerby, the cavalier soldier who was taken prisoner at the storm of Lincoln Castle, 6 May, 1644, and afterwards killed at Naseby, 14 June, 1645, was grandson and representative of Charles Baude.
(English church furniture, ornaments and decorations, at the period ... - Page 130. Edward Peacock. 1866.)
Essex Record Office has:
Photograpies of material relating to Bawde family of Somerby, Lincs the family held the manor of Corringham c.1242-1613 inc. will of Ann Bawdys proved 1546 and letter of administration concerning the goods of Charles Bawdes 1595, pedigree 1500-1710 (Heralds Visitation of Lincolnshire, Herleian Society vol. 50)
- Anne Baud
- Type: Book
Periodical: The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon