Husband of Joan (Unknown) Ryves — married [marriage date?] [marriage location?]
Husband of Joan Vak — married 1487 in Blandford Forum, Dorset, Englandmap
Husband of Jane Ryves Sewell — married 1514 in England
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Occupation: Nobleman,Armiger,and high member of the court of King Henry VIII
Note: Robert Ryves is the Progenitor of the modern-day Reeves family,our most ancient ancestor by name and direct linage. He may havebeen an early generation in England and may have had a father orgrandfather who was born in the Languedoc region of France, butthis is a subject of great contention and debate amongst eventhe most well-studied of Ryves Scholars.
Next Line: Of some fifty-six members of the family who attained manhoodduring the five generations succeeding the death of Robert ,Five had Knighthood confirmed upon them ; one became Deputy LordLiutenant of Dorset; one ,speaker of the Irish House of Lords;one, Warden of New College, Oxford; one, an Alderman of Londond;Thrre High Sheriffs; one, Mayor of Shaftesbury; one Town Clerkof Woodstock, and one, Steward of the University of Oxford.
Next Line: The Influence of Robert Ryves in encouraging education and loyalservice to church and crown is indisputable. Robert Ryves was anavid supporter of four churches in the Blandford Parish area,which included Blandford Parish Church .
Next Line: With a Proven and Consistant record of service to God, Churchand Crown, The Ryves family and thier descendants, are deservingof having a replacement plaque identifying the family cryptwithin their original Church of Worship in Dorset Countyembodied ina memorial to Robert Ryves.
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