Simon Smythe (1570 - 1596)
Mary (Smythe) Davy
Ursula (Smythe) Butler
Thomas Smythe Kt
Joan (Smythe) Fanshawe
Katherine (Smythe) Scott
Henry Smythe esq
Alice (Smythe) Harris
Richard Smythe Kt
Robert Smythe gent
Elizabeth (Smythe) Fanshawe
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. All Hallows Lombard Street, City of London
Simon/Symon Smythe was not recorded in the Smythe pedgree in the visitation of London in 1568
(unlike his older siblings) which indicates he was born after May 1568.
He was baptised Symon Smith on 01 Nov 1570 at All Hallows, Lombard Street, London
Simon was noted as a beneficiary in his father's will
Simon was also a beneficiary of the will of his mother, Alice, the will made on 10 Jul 1592
The family pedigree recorded in the Visitation of Kent in 1619
noted that Simon Smythe, son of Thomas Smythe and Alice Judde, had been killed at Cadiz.
The raid on Cadiz took place in June 1596
↑ Visitation of London, 1568: With Additional Pedigrees, 1569-90, the Arms of the City Companies, and a London Subsidy Roll, 1589. Publications of the Harleian Society. Vols 109-110. Edited by Stanford H and Rawlins SW. 1963.
↑ All Hallows, Lombard Street. Parish Register.
↑ Wadmore J F 1887. Thomas Smythe, of Westenhanger, Commonly Called Customer Smythe. Archæologia Cantiana, being Transactions of the Kent Archæological Society, vol. XVII, 1887, pp 193-208.
↑ Will of Alice Smythe, Widow of London. 11 May 1598. PROB 11/91/377. National Archives.
↑ The Visitation of Kent. Taken in the Years 1619-1621. The Publications of the Harleian Society Vol XLII. Edited by Robert Hovenden 1898. ↑ Hammer PEJ (1997) Myth-Making: Politics, Propaganda and the Capture of Cadiz in 1596. The Historical Journal Vol 40, No. 3, p621-642.
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