Ancestors of a 21st century British family

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  • ID: I45024
  • Name: John Bosvile
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1441 1
  • Residence: Newhall, Darfield; and Ardsley
  • MEM: Darfield, Yorks: slab from which brass efigies have been removed
  • Note: 1

    Their only son, John Bosville, made two very successful marriages; the first to Mary, co-heiress of John Drax and the second to Isabel, daughter of Percival Cresacre of Barnborough. By his first wife he had William Bosville who went on to inherit Ardsley and the New Hall in Darfield and these properties were passed down through his descendants. By his second wife he had six children and Isabel became executrix of his will when he died in 1441. She gifted Gunthwaite to their eldest son, Richard, so starting the Gunthwaite branch of the family, and took the veil after the death of her second husband.
  • _UID: 5FC548B80945447EB4F59DFFB792AD6CDB90
  • Change Date: 7 JAN 2009



    Father: John Bosvile
    Mother: Isabel de Dronsfield

    Marriage 1 Mary Barley
    • Married:

    Marriage 2 Isabel Cresacre
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Elizabeth Bosvile

    Sources:
    1. Text: Papers of the Bosville-Macdonald Family
      University of Hull, Brynmor Jones Library
      http://www.genesis.ac.uk/archive.jsp?typeofsearch=i&term=notimpl&highlight=1&pk=2322
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