Sir Humphrey Stafford, Knt. of Cotered and Rushden, Herts (b. 01 May 1478 - d. 22 Sep 1545), son and heir, age 42 in 1517.
Sir Humphrey Stafford, sheriff of Warwickshire.
m.1. (aft. 1490) Margaret Fogge (d. bef. 1532), dau. of:
John Fogge, Knt., of Ashford, Kent, and London, Treasurer of the Household to Edward IV, Privy Councilor, Keeper of the Writs, Knight of the Shire for Kent, Burgess (M.P.) for Canterbury, Kent,
and 2nd wife, Alice, dau of William Haute, Esq. ... near kinswoman of Elizabeth Wydeville, wife of Edward IV.
Margaret was a legatee in the 1490 will of her father, she being then unmarried.
They had three sons and 3 dau
Humphrey, Knt., sheriff of Hants.
William, K.B. (b. c. 1521)
m.1 Mary Boleyn
m.2 Dorothy Stafford
Joan (Jane) (wife of _____ Williams and Maximilian Celsus),
m.2 (1532) Joan UNKNOWN, widow of William Lane.
1526-7: Sheriff of Northamptonshire.
In 1514 his father’s attainder was reversed, and the family estates partially restored to him, including the manors of
Milton Keynes, Bucks,
In 1508–9 John Hoke, butcher, of Derby, kinsman and heir of John Somerby, clerk, conveyed the manor and advowson of the church of Great Munden and the advowson of Rowney Priory, Herts to Humphrey Stafford and his cousin, William Waldegrave, Knt.
Humphrey was heir in 1517 to his uncle, Thomas Stafford, Esq., by which he inherited the manors of Blatherwycke and Dodford, Hants.
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National Archives IPM DR10/1895 - Held at Shakespeare Centre Library and Archive.
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↑ According to Weir (2011), it's Humphrey, son of Sir Humphrey Stafford and Marg. Fogge, who inherited Blatherwycke and Dodford from uncle Thos., esq., (p. 214).
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