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Drury: Drury of Docking, Drury of Holt House, Drury of Rougham, Drury of Tendring
The author's connection with this pedigree is Anne Drury Dr14
m Katherine Swinford d 1478, dau of Sir Thomas Swinford <
Dr18 Sir William Drury of Rougham b about1405 d 1450
Dr17 Thomas Drury of Rougham b c1430, d 1486
m Katharine Whitwell dau of John Whitwell
Dr16 John Drury of Rougham b 1456 d 1499
m Margaret Felton or Chapman dau of William Felton alias Chapman of Playford/ Sudburypossibly here
Dr15 John Drury of Rougham b about1505 d 1556
m Elizabeth Goldingham dau of John Goldingham of Belstead and Jane Lowthe
Dr14-1 Robert Drury of Rougham b about1530 dvp
m Elizabeth Tay dau of Thomas Tay of Layer de la Hay Essex
Dr14-1-1 Sir Robert Drury of Rougham b 1543 d 1625 knighted Royal Garden at Whitehall 23 July 1603, before the coronation of James I
m Elizabeth Drury d 1621, dau of Sir William Drury of Hawstead
Dr14-1-1-1 Robert Drury of Rougham b about 1570 dvp 1623
m Elizabeth Crofts dau of Charles Crofts of Bardwell Suffolk
Dr14-1-1-1-1 Charles Drury of Rougham d 1633
m Sarah Seckford dau of Henry Seckford of Woodly she m2 John North, second son of Dudley, lord North in Kirtling, co. Cambridge
-1 Seckford Drury of Rougham dsp 1634
-2 Dorothy Drury dsp 1634
Dr14-1-1-1-2 Elizabeth Drury
m 1622 William Wells rector of Rougham
Dr14-1-1-1-3 Ann Drury b 1614
m Charles Alexander
Dr14-1-1-1-4 Cecily Drury
m George Douglas DD rector of Stepney
Dr14-1-1-1-5+ other issue - Roger Drury dsp 11 May 1634, others d young - William, Susan, Robert
Dr14-1-1-2 John Drury of Holt House in Leziate, Norfolk b 1580, d 19 Jul 1653, 6th son monu Ashwicken Church
m Dorothy Barnes dau of Edward Barnes of Soham Cambs
Dr14-1-1-2-1 John Drury of Holt House b 1626 conveyed by fine 9 Feb. 1683/4 to Robert North, gent and William Jeanes, gent the Holt House property consisting of six messuages, gardens and orchards, 400 acres land, 90 acres meadow, 720 acres pasture, 400 acres of broom and heath &c. in Leziate, Ashwicken, Holt, East Winch, Middleton, Mintly, Bawsey, etc.
m1 Elizabeth Fowler dau of George Fowler of Weeting + 3 ch
m2 1684 Elizabeth Jurin dau of Isaac Jurin of St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields, London, merchant
-1 George Drury of the Inner Temple b 1657, d 1719 Will 15 Feb 1716/7 proved 22 Jan 1718/20 m1 Mary Racton dau John Racton of Walberton and Elinor Beauchamp grandau of WRichard Beauchampt Earl of Warwick cous of Samuel Nash s.b. m2 Elizabeth Jurin dau of Isaac Jurin of London
-2 William Drury went to India
-3 Dorothy Drury
-4 Elizabeth Drury
-1-1 Robert Drury of London d 1736 m Susanna x
-1-2 Mary Drury
-1-3 Elizabeth Drury m William Pitt of London
-1-1-1 Thomas Drury of London b 1719 bap St Clement Danes London 1729, d 1805, 3rd son acqu John Wesley
m Elizabeth Hilton of London
-1-1-2 Robert Drury of Colchester bap 28 Dec 1713 St brides Fleet St London dsp 1741 dramatist and comedian bur St. Peter’s, Colchester 3 Nov 1741
-1-1-3 William Drury of London bap 1 Jun 1716 dsp 1737
-1-1-4 Elizabeth Drury b 1717
-1-1-1-1 Joseph Drury prebendary of Wells, headmaster of Harrow b 1750, d 1834 had issue m Louisa Heath d 1837, dau of Benjamin Heath of Exeter
-1-1-1-2 Mark Drury d 1835, rector of Edworth
m 1790 Catherine Angelo of London d 1829

-1-1-1-2-1 Arthur Jackson Drury of Sundby d 1837
Dr14-1-1-2-2 Dorothy Drury
m Samuel Nash of Brancaster
Dr14-1-1-2-3 Anne Drury probably of this generation
m William Pell of Dersingham d before 28 Feb 1690
Dr14-1-1-3 Clement Drury d 1624
m Margaret
Dorothy Drury m y Clarke
-2 Winifred Drury
-3 Elizabeth Drury
-4 Cecily Drury
Dr14-1-1-4 Dorothy Drury
m Sir John Pretyman of Duffield/?Bacton suffolk he m2 Mary dau of William Bourchier of Barnesley Gloucesr
Dr14-1-1-5 Elizabeth Drury
m William Playne of Preston Suffolk
Dr14-1-1-6+ other issue - Edward b 1576, dsp 1616, Thomas b 1581, d 1616, William d young, Francis d young
Dr14-1-2 John Drury dsp, 3rd son
m Elizabeth Claxton dau of Hamon Claxton of Norwich
Dr14-1-3+ other issue d young - Robert, Elizabeth
Dr14-2 John Drury of Godwich Norfolk b about 1540 by order of Privy Council 22 August 1578 "Council at Norwich…this day appered before ther Lordships…Humfrey Bedingfeld on Quidenham gentleman…John Drury of Godwitt gentleman…Ruckwodd and Roberte Downes…charged…that they refused to come to the Churche at the tymes of praiers sermons and other Devine Services…Humphrey Bedingfeld and…John Drury…were ordered to enter into bonds…200 li a pece that they should not depart from their lodging…in Norwich etc."
m Eleanor Sydney dau of Thomas Sydney of Welsingham she m2 John Claxton of Chediston, co. Suffolk
Dr14-2-1 Robert Drury of Docking d 1624 will dated 27 Sep 1624 and proved 17 January following
m Mary Radcliff dau and heir of John Radcliff of Sturmer Essex
Dr14-2-1-1 John Drury of Docking dsp Royalist, and was concerned in a composition for his estate 25 December 1649: "The Committee were 15 Dec. 1649 informed that he owed l 1500…and that Drury’s lease of Docking parsonage was mortgaged…his goods were seized 15 Nov. 1644…Drury being sequestered, the Committee appointed Henry Norton to see the corn thrashed out for the benefit of the State whereupon Drury broke open the barn doors on 1 April 1647 and caused the corn to be carried away value l 40…and meeting Norton in the field…armed with guns and swords took away four of the State horses…and struck and much abused Norton. This was when the Scots came to England under command of the Duke of Hamilton…Request on Drury’s behalf for discharge on the Act of Pardon 1 June 1652, granted if he were not sequestered 1 December 1651." d before 15 April 1658, at which date Administration of his estate was granted to his brother ROBERT DRURY.
Dr14-2-1-2 Ann Drury
m Thomas Toll of Fakenham
Dr14-2-1-3 Robert Drury assumed administration of borther John's estate
Dr14-2-1-4 Thomas Drury
Dr14-2-1-5 William Drury
Dr14-2-1-6 Audrey Drury
Dr14-2-1-7 Mary Drury
Dr14-2-1-8 Elizabeth Drury
Dr14-2-1-9 Parnell Drury
Dr14-2-1-10 Catherine Drury
Dr14-2-1-11 Jane/Jeane Drury m Christopher Jetter of Heveningham
Dr14-2-1-12 Mary Drury
Dr14-2-2 Frances Drury
m Fermour Pepys of Mileham South Creake
Dr14-2-3 Thomas Drury
Dr14-2-4 William Drury
Dr14-3 William Drury of Tendring b about 1535 d 1589 bur St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London, educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he took the degree of L.L.B. in 1553. He was appointed Regius Professor of Civil Law in the university of Cambridge, with a salary of l 40 per annum, on 30 Jan. 1558-9, and proceeded L.L.D. in 1560. Admitted advocate at Doctors’ Commons on 5 May 1561, he shortly afterwards became Secretary to Archbishop Parker. He was also a member of the ecclesiastical commission as early as 1567, and on 28 June of that year was appointed visitor of the churches, city and diocese of Norwich. Dr. Drury was one of the civilians consulted by Elizabeth in 1571 on the important points of international law raised by the intrigues of the Bishop of Ross on behalf of Mary Stuart…Briefly stated the questions were – Whether an ambassador plotting insurrection, or aiding and abetting treason against the sovereign to whom he was accredited, did not forfeit his privileges as an ambassador and become amenable to the ordinary law of the land; and whether a deposed and refugee sovereign was capable by international law of having an ambassador in his land of asylum in such sense as to clothe the ambassador with the personal inviolability ordinarily belonging to his rank.
m Mary Southwell d 1622, dau of Sir Richard Southwell of Woodrising she m1 Henry Paston m3 Robert Forth L.L.D
1 Sir John Drury of Tendring b 1573, d 1619
m Ann Saunders dau of Edward Saunders of Charlton
A John Drury of Tendring b 1603
m Bridget Edon dau of Sir Thomas Edon of Sudbury
i John Drury of Tendring dsp?
ii Ann Drury
B Edmund Drury d 1669
m Alice Chapman of Bently
C Elizabeth Drury
m John Welby of London
D Catherine Drury
m Charles Clere of Stokenby
E+ other issue - Southwell, William, Robert d 1691, George, William, Robert d 1623, Jesuit
Dr14-3-2 Bridget Drury b 1575
m Richard Babingworth of Wronstable/Babington of Mucking Hill Worcester
Dr14-3-3 Elizabeth Drury b 1577
m Charles Clere of Stokesby Norfolk
Dr14-3-4 George Drury b 1580
Dr14-3-5 William Drury b 1584
Dr14-3-6 Robert Drury b 1586 (the Jesuit whose tragic end in 1623 will be alluded to hereafter)
Dr14-3-7 Sir John Drury of Tendring Essex b 1573 d 18 Dec 1619 heir mentioned in Dr. Drury’s will dated 14 December 1589 knighted at Whitehall 6 November 1604
m Ann Saunders eldest dau of Edmund Saunders of Charlton Surrey she m2 John Bowyer will dated 17 Sep 1640 proved 16 May 1642
-1 John Drury of Tendering b 1603 d 22 Mar 1640 son and heir m Bridget Edon dau of Thomas Edon of Sudbury Suffolk
-2 Southwell Drury b
-3 William Drury alias BEDFORD b dramatist, and an English gentleman (‘nobilis Anglus’) ‘of singular parts and learning’
-4 Edmund Drury b m Alice Chapman of Great Bently, co. Essex d 1669
-5 Robert Drury m Elizabeth, dau of John Welby of London will dated 14 April 1691 educated in London, and at the age of 14 was sent to the English College, at Douai, where he began his course of humanities, which he completed at St. Omer. On 9 Oct. 1605 he entered the English College, Rome, for his higher course. Society of Jesus in Oct. 1608 victim with 300 others of the extraordinary accident in Blackfriars, London, known as the "Fatal Vespers"
-1-1 JOHN DRURY born 1629 living 1640 sold Old Hall in Tendring to his uncle Robert
-1-2 Ann Drury
Dr14 Ann Drury b c 1512
m Francis Bacon of London d before 24.10.1595
-1 John Bacon of the Inner Temple of Hessett, Suffolk, b c 1553 bur 8 Aug 1618 m Elizabeth Paynell dau of Henry Paynell of Belaugh
-2 Edmund BACON was born about 1555 in Of, Hessett, Suffolk d after 1564
-3 Alice BACON b c 1557 Of Hessett, Suffolk
-4? Barbara Bacon m. Sir James Calthorpe of Cockthorpe
-5? Elizabeth Bacon m. Sir James/?Francis Bacon of Friston
-1-1 Francis Bacon of Norwich (b 1586-7, d 22.08.1657, judge m Elizabeth Robinson b 1594/5 d 09.10.1651, dau of William Robinson of Norwich
-5-1 Nathaniel Bacon of Friston b 15 May 1593 in Friston Hall, Suffolk, bap 16 Mar 1592/3 in Finsbury, London d 1644 in Friston Hall, Suffolk m Anne Legross dau of Sir Thomas Legrosse or Le Gros of Crostwick, Norfolk

-5-1-1 Thomas Bacon of Friston a 1664 m1 Elizabeth Brooke + 2 ch dau of Sir Robert Brooke of Yoxford m2 Martha Reade dau of Sir John Reade
-5-1-2 Elizabeth Bacon m1 Nathaniel Barnardison son of Sir Nathaniel
-5-1-3 Anne Bacon d unm
-5-1-4 Rev. James Bacon b 1595 to Massachusetts with Martha but later returned to England. d 9 Nov 1649 ancestor of Pres. William Henry Harrison m 1619 in London Martha Woodward b 12 Jun 1597 in London

-5-1-1-1 Gen. Nathaniel Bacon of Friston b c1646 leader of Bacons Rebellion in Virginia
-5-1-1-2 Elizabeth Bacon
-5-1-1-3 Martha Bacon
-5-1-4-1 William BACON b c 1618 Friston Hall Suffolk
-5-1-4-2 Thomas BACON b 1620 Friston, Suffolk, Ebap 29 Aug 1620 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk d 1656/1657 in Westmoreland, VA
-5-1-4-3 Elizabeth BACON b c 1622 Burgate, Suffolk m y Wilkinson
-5-1-4-4 Anne BACON b c 1626 Burgate, Suffolk m John Mason ???
-5-1-4-5 Nathaniel BACON was born in 1627 in Friston Hall Suffolk bap 29 Aug 1620 in Bury St Edmund Parish Suffolk Engl acting auditor (1675-87) and also president of the Council governor of Virginia in 1684 d 16 Mar 1692 in Williamsburg bur 18 Mar 1692 York City, Yorktown, Va m1 Ann Smith or Bassett (Capt. William Bassett referred to Nathaniel as his brother) m2 Elizabeth Kingsmill widow of Col William Taylor. Nicholas Meriwether, b. 1631, settled Surry Co., 1656 bought from Nathaniel "Island House Tract" of 80 acres on Jamestown Is. 300 ac. New Kent Co., 25 Nov. 1658, assigned by John Bull

-5-1-1-1-1 Mary Bacon m Hugh Chamberlen of Alderton Manor and Hinton Hall
-5-1-4-5-1 Elizabeth Bacon Ba10 m1 John Holloway + ch m2 John Nuthall of of Cornwalleys Cross and St. Elizabeth's in Maryland son of John Nuttle and Mary Hyde.
-5-1-4-5-1-1 Eleanor Nuthall b 1648, m Thomas Sprigg of Northhampton Md., d betw 1694/1704
Dr14-5 Mary Drury
m Edward Page of Framlingham
Dr15-2 Elizabeth Drury
m Fulk de Grey of Carbrooke
Dr15-3 Dorothy Drury
m1 Edward West of Weston
m2 Robert Downes of Melton
Dr15-4 Francis Drury
m Elizabeth Davy dau of Robert Davy of Swordston
-1 John Drury dsp
Dr15-5 Ann Drury d unm
Dr16-2 Clement Drury of Salve settled in Shropshire
m Susan/?SaRAH Rowton dau of Peter Rowton of Suffolk
-1 JOHN Drury -1-1 WILLIAM DRURY -1-1-1 HUMPHREY DRURY of Stoke Salop -1-1-1-1 John Drury of Pulborough Sussex, Doctor of Laws, one of the Masters-in-Chancery will was dated 4 proved 9 June 1614 took his degree of B.C.L. Oxford 1578 and D.C.L. 17 March 1584-5. He was canon of Chichester 1582, Rector of Pulborough 1589 and Witney, Oxon and Archdeacon of Oxford 1592 m Alice Apesley, dau of John Apesley of Pulborough
-1-1-1-1-1 William Drury of WATERGATE, near CHICHESTER Sussex son and heir sworn of the Privy Chamber March 1625 will was dated 5 Jan 1643/4 proved 11 Jul 1646 m Katherine Cowper dau of John Cowper of Dicham Sussex
-1-1-1-1-1-1 Francis Drury of Trinity College, Oxford, b 1615 d before 11 July 1646 m Elizabeth x
-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Thomas Drury Fellow of Corpus Christi, Cambridge
-1-1-1-1-1-1-2 William Drury
-1-1-1-1-1-1-3 Christopher Drury
-1-1-1-1-1-1-4 Charles Drury
-1-1-1-1-1-1-5 Susan Drury
-1-1-1-1-2 Henry Drury will dated 7 Nov. 1631 proved 22 Feb following di unm
-1-1-1-1-3 Thomas Drury m Susan Bullen, wid of Sir George Gunter
-1-1-1-1-4 Francis Drury of Lindfield Sussex D.C.L
-1-1-1-1-5 Mary Drury m Herbert Boord
-1-1-1-1-6 Ann Drury dy
-1-1-1-1-7 Jane Drury will dated 31 March 1629.
Dr16-3 Catherine Drury
m Robert Rokewood of Euston
Dr16-4 Elizabeth Drury
m Thomas Tracy
Dr17-2 Mary Drury d 1469
m Edward Grimston of Rishangles
Dr17-3+ other issue - Roger dsp, George rector of Woolpit, Catherine nun, Ann nun

Sources: 'The History of the Family of Drury in the counties of Suffolk and Norfolk from the Conquest' by Arthur Campling, 1937.
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