Anyone with access to the below source, does it discuss any other marriage than Elizabeth Brent's Hawthen / Hawten marriage, please? Thanks!
- Richardson, Douglas. Royal Ancestry. Vol I. 2013, p. 519.
Some other notes about this Elizabeth Brent and her extended family:
* Both Elizabeth and her Hawthen / Hawten husband were noted in her father's 1595 will.
* A Francis Glanville / Glanffeild - with no wife specified, had a son at what would be considered a late, but not impossible date, but I have yet to find a proof that places the couple together, nor a proof for daughter Elizabeth Glanville (ca. 1565-1616 -need proofs on these dates); whereas, a christening record does exist for the son, John, only names the father, Francis Glanffeild (christened 4 Dec 1597).
* Francis and Elizabeth Glunfield's probable daughter Elizabeth Glanfield, married Christopher Newport, and is thusly in his 1618 will (connecting profiles are yet to be created):
Sister Amye was referred to by Elizabeth's husband Christopher Newport, thusly in his will: To my aunt Amye Gluntfield one gold ring with garnet unset.
Whereas, in the same will of husband Christopher Newport: To my kinswoman Elizabeth Glunfield one China box.
Thus, it stands to reason that Christopher would distinguish his wife's sister as aunt, but his wife's mother as a (closer) kinswoman.
Brothers of Elizabeth, Sir Francis (Jr) and Richard Glanville, were members of the Virginia Company in London.  Waters, Henry F. Genealogical Gleanings in England: Abstracts of Wills Relating to Early American Families, with Genealogical Notes and Pedigrees Constructed from the Wills and from Other Records. Vol II. 1907 & 1969, p. 875-6. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company.  "The Genesis of the United "States " contains a sketch of Christopher Newport pp. 956-958. References to the Glanvilles are on page 898. Cited in Waters (1969) Genealogical Gleanings in England. See the daughter's probable profile: Elizabeth (Glanville) Newport (1568-aft. 1615)