Katherine, the second wife of Sir Rowland Hayward, was daughter of Thomas Smith, esquire, by whom he likewise had three sons and five daughters; whereof one sonne and one daughter died infants. The two sons and four daughters yet living are:
Mary was a beneficiary of the will of her grandmother, Alice (Judde) Smythe, the will made on 10 Jul 1592.
Mary was noted in the will of her uncle Sir Thomas Smythe (will made 1621/1662 and proved in 1625) as his goddaughter, the Lady St Leger.
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On 20 Feb 2018 at 05:49 GMT Anonymous (Holland) Carroll wrote:
Note: A Richardson source for Thomas Smythe, Warham Saint Leger, (St_Leger-5), married Mary Hayward, daughter of Rowland Hayward, Knt., by his 2nd wife, Katherine (Smythe-20), daugther of Thomas Smythe-577), Knt.
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