Notes for Thomas Westcott: Thomas Wescott, second son of Thomas and Mary, above named, followed the Court in the time of King Henry VIII (1509-1547), came to Devonshire with Sir Thomas Dennis of Holcomb-Burnell, knight, Chancellor to Queen Ann of Cleves, and was much desired in marriage by Anna, daughter of John Walker, the relic of John Raddon of Raddon in the parish of Shobrooke in Devon, and heir of John Collacutt of Winkleeigh in Devon. Anna's mother was Alice Collacutt, of John, and widow of John Colome of Champslon in Mollan. There was no issue of record by this marriage, and secondly, Thomas married Alice, daughter and heir of John and Mice Walker, a sister of his first wife. Thomas died Mar. 28, 1549, and Alice, Oct. 6, 1557. Issue: In pedigree of Wescote of Shobrooke, View of Devon (1630), only Philip is named as issue of Thomas and Alice Wescott. However, Harlain Society Visitation of Devon (1620), states there were two sons, but names only Philip
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