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Elizabeth Gaskrik, of Middle Soyle, Killingholme

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Date: 1433 [unknown]
Location: Killingholme, Lincolnshire, Englandmap
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Elizabeth Gaskrik, daughter of William Gaskrik

b. abt 1430, North Killingholme?, Lincolnshire, England
d. aft 1460, North Killingholme, Lincolnshire, England


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Biography

Elizabeth married Henry Booth, the Admiral of the White. Henry was the son of Sir Thomas Booth, and wife, Isabell Carrington.

Given the nature of her Husband's high position in the Navy, it is hoped that someone can tie out to where I have placed her in the Gaskrik lines.



Marriage & Children

bef 1457, England[1]

Henry Booth to Elizabeth Gaskrik
  1. William Booth, b. abt 1460, d. 20-Oct-1509, Killingholme, Lincoln., married Margaret Elizabeth Ayscough



Research Notes

Finding an anchor for the Booths of Killingholme, we use the verbal tree given in the ref as a starting point:

  • Adam de Booth of Lancashire, alive in 1275
    • ...
      • ...
        • John Booth of Barton, alive during Rich II and Hen IV, had three sons
Sir Thomas Booth, of Barton (knighted 14-Hen-VI)
Robert Booth, ancestor to Lords Delamere created 1661
Henry Booth, Admiral of the White, stationed in the Humber at Killingholme, married this elizabeth and had children
William Booth, of Killingholme, b. 1608, d. 1657, married Elizabeth Wright

QUICKLY we see this is not a correct entry point, which helps us navigate and also distrust the verbatim info in this source.

  • If William b. 1608 had a dad REALLY old at 50, b. 1558, we are to believe this is our Henry, Admiral of the White, born 100yrs too late. Likely missing 2-3 generations.


Sources

  1. "Notices and remains of the family of Tyrwhitt: originally seated in Northumberland, at Tyrwhitt (or Trewhitt): Afterwards in Lincolnshire, at Kettleby, Stainfield, Scotter, and Cameringham; and more recently in Shropshire and Denbighshire, (A.D. 1067 to 1862)." Tyrwhitt, R. P. (1858)., pg. 112 Books.Google.com

Acknowledgements

Research Notes

Re: Marriage date

they are quoted as married at near the end of the reign of Henry VI




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