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Henry THOMSON
 

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  • Birth  Of Royton Chapel, Lenham, Kent, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Person ID  I9057  Young Family Kent Ancestry
    Last Modified  17 Jan 2008 01:26:09 
     
    Father  Thomas THOMSON 
    Mother  ? MANSFIELD 
    Family ID  F452  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Dorothy HONYWOOD 
    Children 
     1. John THOMSON
     2. Peter THOMSON
     3. Anthony THOMSON
     4. Charles THOMSON
    >5. Robert THOMSON
     6. Maria THOMSON
     7. Judith THOMSON
     8. Elizabeth THOMSON
    Family ID  F2695  Group Sheet
     
  • Notes 
    • He afterwards resided at Pett in Charing, part of his wife's inheritance, and dying in 1576, was buried in Lenham church, bearing for his arms those of Honywood, with a crescent, gules, for difference. He left a numerous issue by his wife, who survived him near forty-four years, and dying in 1620, in the ninety-third year of her age, was buried near him, though a monument is erected to her memory at Markshall, in Essex. She had, as has been said, at her decease, lawfully descended from her 367 children, 16 of her own body, 114 grand-children, 228 in the third generation, and nine in the fourth. Their eldest son Robert Honywood, of Charing, and afterwards of Markshall, in Essex, was twice married; first to Dorothy, daughter of John Crook, LL. D. by whom he had one son, Sir Robert Honywood, of Charing, and a daughter Dorothy, married to Henry Thomson, gent. His second wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Brown, of Beechworth-castle, in Surry, by whom he had several sons and daughters; the eldest of whom, Thomas, was of Markshall, in Essex, esq. and father of John Le Mott Honywood, esq. of that place.
      Sir Robert Honywood, on his death, devised the manor of Royton to Dorothy, his daughter by his first wife, married to Mr. Henry Thomson, the second son of Mr. Tho. Thomson, of Sandwich, and younger brother of T. Thomson, esq. of Kenfield, in PeTham, who afterwards resided at Royton, bearing for his arms, Gules, two bars argent, a chief ermine, a crescent for difference. (fn. 8) His surviving son Anthony, was of Royton, of which he died possessed in 1682, leaving an only daughter Dorothy, who carried it in marriage to Richard Crispe, gent. of Maidstone, in whose descendants it continued down to William Crispe, gent. of Royton, who died in 1761, and by his will devised it to his surviving wife Elizabeth, for her life; and the fee of it to his nephew Samuel Belcher, who dying unmarried and intestate, his interest in it descended to his only brother Peter Belcher, and he by his will in 1772 devised it to his brother-in-law, Mr. John Foster, in fee. Mrs. Elizabeth Crispe, before-mentioned, died in 1778, and this estate then came into the possession of Mr. John Foster, who afterwards sold it to Thomas Best, esq. of Chilston, on whose death, s. p. in 1793, it came by his will, among his other estates, to his nephew George Best, esq. now of Chilston, the present owner of it.

      From: 'Parishes: Lenham', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 5 (1798), pp. 415-445. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=62922&strquery=thomson. Date accessed: 17 January 2008.
     

  

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