Sir Reginald Scott of Kent (#38) was born c. 1495 at Scott’s Hall in Brabourne, Kent, England, the son of Sir John Scott and Anne Pympe. Ann was the daughter of Reginald Pympe (son of John Pympe and Philippa Thornberry) and Elizabeth Pashley. Elizabeth was the daughter of John Pashley and Lowys Gower, daughter of Thomas Gower. John was the son of Sir John Pashley, who married Margaret Woodville. He first married Emeline Kempe and second married Mary Tuke.
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Sir Reginald Scott was
•Sheriff of Kent in 1541—1542
•Captain of the castles of Calais and Sangatte
Will of Eleanor (Browne) Kempe [mother-in-law]
The testatrix’ (Eleanor Browne) five daughters by Sir Thomas Kempe were: Emmeline Kempe, who married, before 1537, Sir Reynold Scott (c.1511 - 16 December 1554) of Scott’s Hall in Smeeth, Kent by whom she had one son,
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carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
Husband of Mary Tuke — married 1538 in Layer Marney,,Essex,England
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