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Edmund 
Maskelyne
1564 - 1630


Edmund 
Maskelyne
, gent., of Purdon, Wilts. M.P., Cricklade. Lord of the manors of Crickdale & Chillsoth, Feodary for Duchy of Lancaster (1608), Barrister-at-Law, M.P for Crickdale (1625). Wiltshire: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned Into the Court of Chancery in the Reign of Charles 1st Edmund Maskelyne, gentleman. Edmund Maskelyne, gentleman. Edmund Maskelyne, gentleman. County: Wiltshire Country: England Edmund Maskelyne died on the 19 Feb [1630] last past; Nevell Maskelyne is his son and heir, who is of the age of 21 years and more. Wiltshire: - Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned Into the Court of Chancery in the Reign of Charles 1st Edmund Maskelyne, gentleman. Edmund Maskelyne, gentleman. Edmund Maskelyne, gentleman. County: Wiltshire Country: England Edmund Maskelyne, late of Pirton, gent., was seised in fee of the hundred and borough of Crickladde, co. Wilts, and the rents of assize of the free tenants, and perquisites and profits of the court of the hundred and borough of Crickladd, and an acre of meadow in the common meadows and fields of Chelworth in the parish of Crickladd, formerly enjoyed by the bailiff of the hundred of Highworth and Crickladd, commonly called Stray Acres, which premises were formerly parcel of the possessions of Thomas, late Lord Seymour, attainted, and late the lands of George Whitmore, esquire, and are held of the King as of his manor of Est Greenewich by fealty only, in free and common socage, and are worth by the year, clear, £3; of the manor of Chelworth alias Chelworth, Crickladd alias Servingtons manor of Chelworth, co. Wilts, and a toft and close of pasture containing one acre and a half and one virgate of land, meadow, and pasture, in Calcott and Chelworth, late the land of Sir George Trenchard, knight, which are held of the King in chief by knight service, and are worth by the year, clear, 3s. 4d.; one messuage and 2 virgates of land in Chelworth in the parish of Crickladd St. Sampson, called Gallons alias Gaions, and another messuage and 2 virgates of land in Chelworth called Redwaies and Perridge, late the land of Edward Goddard, esquire, which are held of Henry, Earl of Danby, as of his manor of Chelworth, and are worth by the year, clear, 20s.; one messuage lying in Chelworth, late the land of Robert Hobbs, which is held of the said Earl of Danby, as of his manor of Chelworth, and is worth by the year, clear, 2s.; of an acre of arable land in the fields of Chelworth called Meade Furlong, late the land of John Trynder, which is held of the Earl of Danby, as of his manor of Chelworth, and is worth by the year, clear, 1d.; and 1/2 acre of pasture in a place called Walter Furlong in Chelworth, and 1/2 acre of arable land in Meade Furlong, late the land of Henry Rutter, which are held of the Earl of Danby, as of his manor of Chelworth, by fealty and suit of court, and are worth by the year, clear, 1d.; and also of 2 acres of pasture in Walter Furlong in Chelworth, late the land of Edward Vaughan, gent., worth by the year, clear, 2d.; of 2 acres of land and meadow, whereof one is in Northmeade and the other in a field called Spittle, late the land of John Clerdye, worth by the year, clear, 2d.; of one messuage in Crickladd St. Sampson and 5 acres of arable land lying in the Fields of Chelworth, late the land of John Greene, worth by the year, clear, 2s. 6d.; of one messuage with a garden adjoining in Crickladd St. Sampson, and of certain parcels of arable land and pasture in the fields of Chelworth in the parish of Crickladd St. Sampson, containing 4 acres, and one parcel of wood in the parish of Pirton called Shooterclyffe Hill, containing 16 acres, late the land of Sir John Hungerford, knight, held of the manor of Pirton by fealty and suit of court, and worth by the year, clear, 3s. 4d.; of one burgage in the parish of Crickladd St. Sampson, late the land of William Hutchins alias Balle, which is held of the King as of the manor of East Greenwich by fealty, and is worth by the year, clear, 2s.; of a messuage, 8 cottages, 9 gardens, 9 orchards, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 10 acres of arable land, 3 acres of wood, in several places and fields of Puritan alias Pirton, late the land of Edmund Dowdswell, held of the manor of Pirton by fealty only, and worth by the year, clear, 30s.; one close of pasture called Hursteeds Close containing 3 acres, and a parcel of meadow called Stitche, lying in a little meadow in Pirton, late the land of Edmund Grenaughe, held of the King by knight service, and worth by the year, clear, 1s.; of one messuage, forecourt, garden, and land now enclosed called Ringesburye, containing 20 acres; and of certain parcels of arable land in Betwell Field in Pirton, containing 2 acres, with common of pasture late the land of Edward Jenkins alias Morgan, held of the manor of Pirton, worth by the year, clear, 6s. 8d.; one cottage, garden, and close of pasture containing 3 acres in the parish of Pirton, parcel of the manor of Pirton Kaynes, late in the occupation of William Keblewhite or his assigns; and of an annual rent of 3s. 8d. from the lands and tenements of the aforesaid Edmund in Pirton to Gray Lord Chandos, his heirs and assigns, that is to say, 2s. 2d. for land late Dowdswells, 1s. 6d. for land called Webhay, parcel of the manor of Pirton Kaynes, and of 2 small cottages with gardens containing a quarter of an acre in Pirton near the cottage aforesaid and parcel of the manor of Pirton Kaynes, late in the occupation of Robert Band and John Litle, and of a parcel of waste in Pirton containing 20 perches, and of a parcel of meadow called the Tething Halfe containing 1/2 acre in a place called Litle Meade, and of a parcel of land called Downe Way, containing 1/2 of acre, late the land of Gray Lord Chandos, held of the King, and worth by the year, clear, 4s.; and of certain parcels of meadow called Steane Meade in the parish of Pirton in a place called Vennys, and in another meadow adjoining to a bridge called Woodwardes Bridge in Pirton, late the land of Thomas Bargett, held of the King in chief by fealty only, and worth by the year, clear, ...; of certain parcels of meadow in the parish of Pirton on the east part of Rea, containing 2 acres, late the land of [blank] Saunders alias Mills and held of the King in chief by fealty only, and worth by the year, clear, 6d.; of certain parcels of meadow in or near the parish of Rodborne upon the east side of Rea, containing 2 acres, late the land of Thomas and William Saunders alias Mills, which are held of the King in chief by fealty only and worth by the year, clear, 4d.; of one close in Woodwardes Craftes, containing 6 acres, late the land of George and Aldam Penfold, which are held of the King by knight service and worth by the year, clear, 3s. 4d.; and of one parcel of arable land and meadow in the parish of Pirton called the Syde of the Downe, containing 4 acres, late the land of Thomas Pannell, which are held of the King in chief by knight service and worth by the year, clear, 4d.; of a close of pasture in Pirton called Webhay containing 3 acres, late the land of Richard Bath, which are held of the manor of Pirton Kaynes by fealty and the rent of 1s. 6d., and worth by the year, clear, 1s., and of a close of pasture in the further part of the plain in the said parish of Pirton; of an acre of arable land in Downefeild in Pirton, and of a close of pasture in the upper part of the east marsh of Pirton called Mopes, late the land of William Bayne alias Ellis, which are held of the King in chief by knight service, and worth by the year, clear, 1s.; of one close of meadow containing 5 acres in the north part of the plain in the parish of Pirton; of a certain parcel of meadow containing 1/2 acre in the parish of Pirton, and of a parcel of meadow containing 4 acres in Brookmeade in Pirton, late the land of William Reade, which are held of the King in chief by knight service and worth by the year, clear, 5s.; of 2 closes on the further side of the plain in the parish of Pirton and 1 1/2 acre of arable land near a little meadow and a virgate of land in Hurne and 7 buttes of land and certain land lying in several places and fields of Pirton, late the land of Anthony Gleede, which are held of the King in chief by knight service, and worth by the year, clear, 5s.; of one close of meadow called Litle Meade Plott in Pirton, and 9 acres of land in the fields of Pirton late the land of John Sadler, which are held of the King in chief by knight service, and worth by the year, clear, 5s.; of a messuage and 2 other messuages, one whereof is called Malfordes, late of Gray Lord Chandos, and held of the King in chief by knight service; of a certain parcel of land in the parish of Pirton in a place there called Barfeild, containing 200 perches, which is held of the King in chief by knight service, and worth by the year, clear, 2s.; of a parcel of wood called Succond alias Sokthones in Bradon in the parish of Pirton, at or near a place called Greenehills, containing 14 acres, late the land of Robert Webbe, which is worth by the year, clear, 5s.; of a parcel of ground in Restropp in the parish of Pirton, and one cottage with a close of pasture called Buthey, and 4 acres of land in Pirton called Lytle Landes, late the lands of the church, which are worth by the year, clear, 1s.; of the reversions of a messuage in Liddiard Tregoze, of 2 messuages in Liddiard Millicent and Shawe, co. Wilts, of a messuage in Pirton and of a messuage in Pirton Stoke, co. Wilts; and of a cottage and close of pasture in Pirton called Begburies, of another messuage and close in Pirton called Cripps, late the land of Thomas Gates and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of William Maskelyne, which reversions are expectant upon the death of Robert Maskelyne, and which are worth during the life of the said Robert Maskelyne nothing, and after his death 30s.; of 2 messuages, one cottage, and 2 closes of pasture in Pirton, called Brayes and Rymans, late the land of [blank] Pepwall, which are held of the King in chief by fealty only, and are worth by the year, clear, 10s.; of a messuage, a cottage, and 10 acres of meadow in the parish of Pirton, late the land of William Ware, and held of the manor of Pirton, by fealty, suit of court and 3d. rent, and are worth by the year, clear, 13s. 4d.; of a close of pasture in Pirton in a place called Pond Plain Anglic‚ behynde the Downe, containing 2 acres, late the land of Robert and William Hawkyns, which are held of the King in chief by fealty only, and are worth by the year, clear, 4d.; of a close in Pirton in a place called Combefeild, late the land of William Lytle, which is worth by the year, clear, 1s. 8d.; of 4 acres and 78 perches of meadow, parcel of a meadow lying in Pirton adjoining Rea, and of one little parcel of meadow containing 8 perches in a close called Dowdswells adjoining a bridge called Elvers Bridge, late the land of William Holcroft, which are worth by the year, clear, 1s. 8d.; of a parcel of land containing one acre in the field of Ufcott in the parish of Brodehinton, co. Wilts, late the land of Thomas Lord, which is held of the King in chief by knight service and is worth by the year, clear, 4d.; of the tithe of hay and every kind of corn from a messuage and 5 virgates of land in Ufcott, formerly in the occupation of William Tuck, senior, late the tithe of [blank] Constable, [blank] Sadler, and of [blank] Woodlyes, which are held of the King in chief by knight's service, and are worth by the year, clear, 6s. 8d.; of one messuage in Burford, co. Oxon, late the land of John Legge, which is worth by the year, clear, 1d.; and of one messuage called Cowfeilds and 64 acres of meadow in the parish of Teuxburye, co. Gloucester, with all tithes, late the land of Richard Davys, gent., which are held of the King in chief by knight's service, and are worth by the year, clear, 20s. See also Burke's Landed Gentry ed. 1937 - Story-Maskelyne (now Arnold-Foster) of Basset Down

Born: 22nd Apr 1564Baptised:
Died: 19th Feb 1630Buried: 22nd Feb 1630
Family:
Maskelyne
  of Purden

Ancestors
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1.
Edmund 
Maskelyne
(
Davys
) 1564 - 1630
2.
George 
Maskelyne
(
Webbe
)
4.
5.
Agnes 
Stephens
(
Maskelyne
)
3.
Jane 
Webbe
(
Maskelyne
)
6.
7.
Jane 
Pulley
(
Webbe
)

Siblings



Spouses



1. ante 1611
Katherine 
Davys
(
Maskelyne
) * ante 1590

Descendants
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a.
Katherine 
Davys
(
Maskelyne
) * ante 1590
1.
Nevill(e) 
Maskelyne
(
Nordon
,
Jacob
) 1611 - 1679
1a.
Sibyl 
Jacob
(
Maskelyne
) + 1692
1.1.
Alice 
Maskelyne
1.2.
Anne 
Maskelyne
1.3.
Catherine 
Maskelyne
1b.
Jane 
Nordon
(
Maskelyne
) 1607 - 1632
1.4.
William 
Maskelyne
(
Best
) 1631 - 1676 ...
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Timeline


???Made a will (will)
22nd Apr 1564Born
ante 1611Married
Katherine 
Davys
(
Maskelyne
) * ante 1590
19th Feb 1630Died
22nd Feb 1630Buried
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