Alice Hunt was born circa 1535 at of Stanford, Hertfordshire, England. She married Richard Bull, Gent., Bailiff & Burgess of Hertford, son of Charles Bull and Joan Knighton, circa 1560; They had 2 sons (Henry; & Richard) & 3 daughters (Anne/Agnes, wife of Edmund Miles; Elizabeth; & Alice).
She married (2) Anthony Garland.
Alice Hunt died after 17 March 1586
stirnet.com has this ancestry for Ann Hunt: 1. Ann Hunt (Bull) 2. William Hunt m Ann Fotheringer/Fotheringay (dau and coheir of Roger Fotheringer) 3. William le Hunt 'of Hunt's Hall' of Ashen m Agnes Waldegrave (dau or sister of Sir William Waldegrave of Smallbridge 4. John le Hunt of Hunt's Wall in Ashen, Essex m ?
Beyond this the trail becomes muddied, with stirnet doubting the accuracy of a much quoted ancestry: Alhough the family shown in the lower section may well have been connected to that shown in the upper section, we have no evidence to support such a view. Given that a loose application of the generalisation that there were 3 generations to a century implies that the following John lived in the 12th century, whilst what we know of (for example) the Clopton family makes it difficult to make a connection to that family, we are suspicious of the early pedigree shown for the following family. It may be that generations have been confused (for example: successors being treated as sons rather than brothers) or it may be that some of the following is simply spurious. We do not know. 5.Robert le Hunt of Springfield m ___Mackwilliams of Stamborne) 6. Robert e Hunt of Springfield m Frances Topsfield (dau/heir of___ Topsfield of Yeldham) 7. Abell le Hunt of Springfield m Mary Clopton (dau of William Clopton of Kentwell) 8. John le Hunt of Springfield m Anne Rushbrook (dau/heir of Sir William Rushbrook) 9. Robert le Hunt of Springfield, Essex 10. Eustace le Hunt m Elizabeth Hunt (dau/heir of Edward Hunt of Wingham, Kent? by Joan, dau/heir of John Wingham, son of Edmond of Rushbrooke, Suffolk 11. Sir Warren le Hunt of Bayton, Suffolk 12. John le Hunte of Suffolk, m ___ Upwell, dau/heir of John Upwell of Upwell
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Alice Hunt F, b. circa 1532 Charts Charlemagne Descendant Chart Florence Lucille Ashley - Ancestor Chart She married Richard Bull.1,2 Alice was born circa 1532.1,2 She was present at Elizabeth Bull's christening on 4 August 1563 at in St. Andrews county Hertfordshire, England.1,3,4,5 Alice Hunt was present at Henry Bull's christening between 1 January 1565 and 1566 at in St. Andrews county Hertfordshire, England.6,5 Alice Hunt was present at Richard Bull's christening on 28 July 1571 at in St. Andrews county Hertfordshire, England.6,5 Alice Hunt was present at Alice Bull's christening on 14 August 1575 at in St. Andrews county Hertfordshire, England.6,5 Children of Alice Hunt and Richard Bull Ann Bull Agnes b. c 1560 Elizabeth Bull+ b. before 4 August 1563 (chr. da Henry Bull b. before 1 January 1565/1566 (c Richard Bull b. before 28 July 1571 (chr. dat Alice Bull b. before 14 August 1575 (chr. d
His widow married second Anthony Garland on 26 March 1586 at the Church of Saint Christopher le Stocks in London, England.
She was possibly the same person as Alice Garland buried on 1 September 1592 at the Church of Saint Botolph-without-Bishopsgate in London, England.
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On 8 Sep 2019 at 09:19 GMT Andrea (Stawski) Pack wrote:
On 20 Apr 2017 at 01:04 GMT Helena Blomfield wrote:
It appears that Richard Bull's children were all born after he was forty-nine or fifty years old. Whether he was a bachelor or a childless widower when he married Alice Hunt has not been determined. His Inquisition Post Mortem indicates that after his death she married on 17 March 1586 Anthony Garland.
Charles Bull's will directs that his children be bound as apprentices in London. That this happened to Richard is suggested by the following:
6 February 1547/8; Quit Claim by Richard Bull of London, Gentleman to John Forster of Bramfield, Gentleman, in regard to lands and tenements in Bramfield, Tewin and Datchworth, formerly of John Pyrte (Manor of Bramfield).
Later, he returned to Herfordshire, where he served as a bailiff in 1578 and a Burgess of the borough.
Richard Bull died in testate:
On 26 Jul 2016 at 02:18 GMT Helena Blomfield wrote:
On 25 Jul 2016 at 22:57 GMT Robert Stiles wrote: