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Visitations of Hertfordshire in 1572 and 1634: Anderson of Pendley in Aldbury

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Date: [unknown] to 1634
Location: Pendley Manor, Albury, Hertfordshire, Englandmap
Surnames/tags: Anderson Andersonn
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The pedigree of the Anderson family of Pendley in Aldbury as reported to the 1634 Visitation of Hertfordshire Appendix I

This pedigree begins on p. 109 of the Harleian edition of the Visitation.

Arms Argent, a chevron between three crosses palonce Sable, a fleur-de-lis Gules for difference.
Crest Out of a ducal coronet Argent, a hind's head Or pierced through the neck with an arrow of the first.

The main table consists of a list of the individuals who appear in the pedigree and their links with the rest of the family.

IDPersonRelationshipGenAdditional infoDatesWikiTreeComments
1 John Andersonn 0
2 Margerett Anderton wife of 1) 0 daughter and heir of UnknownM Anderton of co. Lanc.
3 Thomas Andersonn son of 1/2) 1
4 Thomas Andersonn son of 3) 2 of London, Grocer. Profile: b 1522; m 1545; d 1552 London
5 UnknownF Hopton 1st wife of 4) 2 daughter of UnknownM Hopton of co. Salop Profile: b 1525 Greet, Salop; m (1) 1545 (2) Walter Garraway 1554; d 1599 Chiswick, Middx
6 UnknownM Garraway 2nd husband of 5) 2 son of UnknownM Garraway Profile: b 1530 London; m 1554; d by 1572 London
7 Sir John Andersonn son of 4/5) 3 Kt Shreeve of London 1602, free of the Grocers
8 Elizabeth Bowyer wife of 7) 3 daughter of Francis Bowyer of London, Alderman
9 Christian Andersonn daughter of 4/5) 3 wife of John Robinson of London; died 24 April 1592; buried St Hellen's, London
10 Elizabeth Andersonn daughter of 4/5) 3 wife of Sir William Garraway of London, Kt Profile: b c 1545 London; m 1572 London; d 1636 London
11 Sarah Andersonn daughter of 7/8) 4 wife of Sir Charles Wilmot, Kt
12 Mary Andersonn daughter of 7/8) 4 wife of John Spencer of Offeley, co. Hertf.
13 Frances Andersonn daughter of 7/8) 4 wife of Robert Needham of Shavington, co. Salop
14 Frances Andersonn daughter of 7/8) 4 no offspring
15 Catherin Andersonn daughter of 7/8) 4 wife of Thomas Derham of West Derham in Norf., Esq.
16 Elizabeth Andersonn daughter of 7/8) 4 wife of Thomas Cowley of London, Merchant.
17 George Andersonn son of 7/8) 4 ob s p
18 Sir Richard Andersonn 2nd son of 7/8) 4 of Penley, co. Hertf., Kt. d 03 Aug 1632
19 Margerett Spencer wife of 18) 4 daughter of Robert Spencer, Baron of Wormleighton, co. Northampton
20 Elizabeth Andersonn 1st daughter of 18/19) 5 wife of Robert Peyton, son and heir of Sir John Peyton of Dunnington in the Isle of Ely
21 Mary Andersonn 2nd daughter of 18/19) 5
22 Frances Andersonn 3rd daughter of 18/19) 5
23 Margerett Andersonn daughter of 18/19) 5 died young
24 Margerett Andersonn 4th daughter of 18/19) 5
25 Catherin Andersonn 5th daughter of 18/19) 5
26 Dorothy Andersonn daughter of 18/19) 5 died young
27 Penelope Andersonn 6th daughter of 18/19) 5
28 Anne Andersonn 7th daughter of 18/19) 5
29 Bridget Andersonn 8th daughter of 18/19) 5
30 Henry Andersonn 1st son of 18/19 5 of Penley, Esq.
31 Robert Andersonn 2nd son of 18/19 5
32 John Andersonn 3rd son of 18/19 5
33 William Andersonn 4th son of 18/19 5
34 Richard Andersonn 5th son of 18/19 5 died young
35 Jacomina Caesar wife of 30) 5 daughter of Sir Charles Caesar of Benington, Kt.
36 Anne Andersonn died of 30/35) 6

Cussans' History of Hertfordshire states that the manor of Pendley was sold by Sir Edmund Verney to Sir Richard Anderson (18 above), son of Sir Henry Anderson of London, Kt., and that Sir Richard was succeeded in 1632 by his son Henry (30 above), who was created a Baronet on 03 July 1643. On Sir Henry's death in 1653 it came to his only son, Sir Richard Anderson. Sir Richard married Elizabeth Hewitt, daughter of Sir Thomas Hewitt of Pishobury, Herts. Sir Richard and Elizabeth had three children: Henry and Richard, who died without issue, and Elizabeth, who married Simon Harcourt. When Elizabeth died in 1694, Sir Richard Anderson conveyed the property to her husband Simon Harcourt. ([https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=coo.31924088433887&view=1up&seq=44&skin=2021 John Edwin Cussans, History of Hertfordshire: Hundred of Dacorum. London, Chatto & Windus, 1879])

This page forms part of the Heraldic Visitations of Hertfordshire project.





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