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I. SALISBURY LINE
Drogo De MONTAGUE b 1040?, Montagules-Bois, Normandy, France d 1125?
m ¿?
Children:
1. William De MONTAGUE


William De MONTAGUE b 1070? d BEF 1156
Father: Drogo De MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m ¿?
Children:
Mo25. Richard De MONTAGUE


Richard De MONTAGUE Mo25 b 1095? d 1164?
Father: William De MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m possibly twice Alice ?
Children:
1. Drew De MONTAGUE
by Alice:
the William de Montague (Mo24) as father of the Drew shown below according to Stirnet, so coded here as there


Drew De MONTAGUE Mo23 b 1185? Died about 1216
Father: Richard De MONTAGUE
Mother: Alice ?
m Aliva BASSETT
Children:
Mo23-1. Drew De MONTAGUE
Mo23. William De MONTAGUE


Drew De MONTAGUE Mo22-1
Father: Drew De MONTAGUE
Mother: Aliva BASSETT
m ¿?
Children:
1. John De MONTAGUE
2. William De MONTAGUE


John De MONTAGUE Mo22-1-1
Father: Drew De MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m Lucy ?
Children:
1. Catherine De MONTAGUE


Catherine De MONTAGUE Mo22-1-1-1
Father: John De MONTAGUE
Mother: Lucy ?
m Warine BASSETT


William De MONTAGUE Mo22-1-2
Father: Drew De MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?Aliva Bassett
m ¿?Bertha
Children:
1. Margaret De MONTAGUE
2. Isabel De MONTAGUE



Margaret De MONTAGUE
Father: William De MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m William De ECHINGHAM


Isabel De MONTAGUE
Father: William De MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m Thomas De AUDHAM
Children:
1. Jane De AUDHAM (m. John De St. Claire)


William De MONTAGUE Mo22 b 1213? d 1270
Father: Drew De MONTAGUE
Mother: Aliva BASSETT
m Beota/Bertha ?
Children:
1. Simon De MONTAGUE (Mo22) 1st Baron Montagu


Simon De MONTAGUE (Mo21) 1st Baron Montagu d ABT 1316
Notes: married Aufricia, dau. of Fergus, King of the Isle of Man, descended from Orry, King of Denmark. He became in her right King of Man, and both the isle, and the title as King of the isle, descended to his son and grandson.
Father: William De MONTAGUE
Mother: Beota ?
m Aufrick ?
Children:
1. Simon De MONTAGUE
2. William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu)


Simon De MONTAGUE b 1250, Montague, Somerset, England d 26 Sep 1316, Burton Priory, Somerset, England
Father: Simon De MONTAGUE (1º B. Montagu)
Mother: Aufrick ?
m Hawise De St. AMAND (d. 1287) (dau. of Almeric De St. Amand) ABT 1270


William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu) b ABT 1275 d 1319, Gascony
Buried: Fridiswide Church, Oxford, England
Father: Simon De MONTAGUE (1º B. Montagu)
Mother: Aufrick ?
m Elizabeth De MONTFORT (dau. of Sir Peter De Montfort) ABT 1292
Children:
1. Alice MONTAGUE (B. Daubeney)
2. Simon MONTAGUE
3. Edward MONTAGUE (3º B. Montagu)
4. Catherine MONTAGUE
5. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
6. Hawise MONTAGUE
7. Mand MONTAGUE
8. Isabel MONTAGUE
9. William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
10. Mary MONTAGUE


Edward MONTAGUE (3º B. Montagu) d 15 Jul 1361
Notes: a great warrior of his day, was Governor of the Castle of Werk, when that Castle endured a memorable siege by King David of Scotland in 1342. He married Alice, dau. of Thomas Plantagenet, Earl of Norfolk. She brought as her marriage portion to Sir Edward, (among other manors) the manors of Reddenhall, and also Ditchingham Hall, Lodden Hund, Norfolk. Their issue was Edward Montague who held Reddenhall Manor in 1360, but died in 1365, and Etheldred his sister possessed the manor.
Father: William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu)
Mother: Elizabeth De MONTFORT
m Alice PLANTAGENET BEF 16 Jan 1338/39
Children:
1. Joan MONTAGUE
2. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
3. Ethelreda MONTAGUE
4. Matilda MONTAGUE (Abbess of Barking)
5. Edward MONTAGUE (d. 1365)
6. Margaret MONTAGUE


Joan MONTAGUE
Notes: William De Ufford, in 1381, as he was going to report the opinion of the House of Commons in Parliament, suddenly fell down dead as he was going up stairs to the Upper House.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (3º B. Montagu)
Mother: Alice PLANTAGENET
m William De UFFORD (2º E. Suffolk) (son of Robert Ufford, Earl of Suffolk, and Cecillia De Valoins) ABT 1360


Ethelreda MONTAGUE
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (3º B. Montagu)
Mother: Alice PLANTAGENET
m Hugh STRAULEY (Sir Knight) 1390


Matilda MONTAGUE (Abbess of Barking) b 1350 d 1394
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (3º B. Montagu)
Mother: Alice PLANTAGENET


Alice MONTAGUE (B. Daubeney) b ABT 1310 d BEF Feb 1345/6
Father: William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu)
Mother: Elizabeth De MONTFORT
m Ralph DAUBENEY (2º B. Daubeney) 27 Jan 1332/33
Children:
1. Giles DAUBENEY (3º B. Daubeney)
2. Phillip DAUBENEY (Sir Knight)
3. Ralph DAUBENEY


Catherine MONTAGUE b ABT 1316
Father: William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu)
Mother: Elizabeth De MONTFORT
m William CARRINGTON (Sir)


Mary MONTAGUE b ABT 1313
Father: William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu)
Mother: Elizabeth De MONTFORT
m Richard COGAN 10 May 1327
Children:
1. William COGAN (Sir)


William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury) b ABT 1303, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England d 30 Jan 1343/44, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England
Buried: Bisham, Berkshire, England
Notes: Ambassador to the Pope, Baron of Denbigh, Governor of Sherburn and Corffe Castles, Governor of the isles of Guernsey, Jersey, Sark and Alderney, Constable of the Tower of London, and had his crest of an eagle given him by the King. Admiral of the fleet, Earl of Salisbury, Ambassador to the Duke of Bavaria, Appointed Earl Marshall of England for life, King of Man, Member of Parliament, and one of the founders of the Royal Order of Knights of the Garter. This great man married Catherine, dau. of William, lord Grandison, descended out of Burgundy, cousin german to the Emperor of Constantinople, the King of Hungary and Duke of Bavaria. She was a lady of great beauty, and history records that she was as good as she was beautiful. Upon one occasion while attending a feast at Windsor Castle she was dancing with Edward III and lost her garter which the King took up from the floor. Some of the Nobles that stood around were seen to smile, whereupon the King remarked "that the time should shortly come when the greatest honor imaginable should be paid to that Garter". Thus originated the Royal order of the Knights of the Garter with its motto in French "Honi soit que mal y pense".
Father: William MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu)
Mother: Elizabeth De MONTFORT
m Catherine De GRANDISON (b. 1304 - d. 23 Nov 1349) (dau. of William De Grandison and Sybil De Tregoz) 1327
Children:
1. Phillippa MONTAGUE (C. March)
2. Sybil MONTAGUE
3. Robert MONTAGUE
4. Anne MONTAGUE
5. John MONTAGUE (Sir)
6. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
7. William MONTAGUE (2º E. Salisbury)


Phillippa MONTAGUE (C. March) d 5 Jan 1381/82, Bisham, Berkshire, England
Buried: Bisham, Berkshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Catherine De GRANDISON
m Roger MORTIMER (2º E. March) (son of Edmund Mortimer and Elizabeth De Baddlesmere) ABT 1354, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England
Children:
1. Edmund MORTIMER (3º E. March) (m. Phillippa Plantagenet, C. Ulster )
2. Roger MORTIMER
3. Margery MORTIMER (m. John Audley, B. Audley )


Sybil MONTAGUE b AFT 1327
Father: William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Catherine De GRANDISON
m Edmund FITZALAN (Sir) BEF Jul 1349
Children:
1. Alice FITZALAN
2. Phillippa FITZALAN


Anne MONTAGUE
Father: William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Catherine De GRANDISON
m John De GREY 12 Jun 1335


Elizabeth MONTAGUE b AFT 1327, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England d 31 May 1359, Ashley, Hampshire, England
Buried: Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Catherine De GRANDISON
Married 1: Giles De BADLESMERE (Sir) AFT Feb 1327/28
Married 2: Hugh Le DESPENCER BEF 27 Apr 1341
Married 3: Guy De BRYAN BEF 10 Jul 1350
Children:
1. Guy De BRYAN (Sir)
2. William De BRYAN
3. Phillip De BRYAN
4. Margaret De BRYAN
5. Son De BRYAN


William MONTAGUE (2° E. Salisbury) b 25 Jun 1328, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England d 3 Jun 1397
Buried: Conventual Church, Bisham, Montague, Somersetshire, England
Notes: Knight of the Garter. BEF he was of age he was Knighted when Edward landed at La Hague. He afterward served at the siege of Can, and at the glorious battle of Crecy. When the Order of the Garter was instituted he was the seventh of its original knights, and was the last survivor of the Founders. When the Black Prince obtained Aquitaine he attended him to France and served under him in all his excursions and expeditions. At the battle of Poitiers he commanded the rear of the English army, and was highly instrumental in gaining that famous victory. In short, almost his whole life was a perpetual campaign under Edward III and his son, the Black Prince. In the wars of his time he was chiefly distinguished in naval actions. In the succeeding reign, he was continued in all his posts and preferments, and also made governor of Calais, whence he harrassed the French with continual excursions. In the fifth of that reign he convoyed to England the King's intended Consort, daughter of Charles, King of the Romans, and in the seventh and eighth he served against the Scots. In the ninth, a grant was made to him during life, of the custody of the Isle of Wight and Castle of Carisbrook. In the twentieth, the year 1397, he departed this life, having ordered by his will, that every day until his corpse should be Buried at Bisham, distribution should be made of one pound five shillings to three hundred poor people; likewise that twenty poor men should bear torches on the day of his funeral, each torch eight pounds weight, and each of them wearing a gown of black cloth with a red hood; also, that there should be nine wax lights ABT his corpse, and upon every pillar of the church there should be fixed banners of his arms; moreover that £3 should be given to the religious, to sing "rentals and pray for his soul". He first married Joan, who by way of distinction was called Fair Maid of Kent, daughter to Edmund Plantagenet, Earl of Kent, but having been separated from her upon a petition from Sir Thomas Holland to the Pope Clement VI, in which he alleged that she had been pre-contracted to him, his lordship married second, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of John, Lord Mohun, one of the original Knights of the Garter. She was sister of Phillippa De Mohun who married Edward Plantagenet, 2d Duke of York, son of Edmund of Langley, 5th son of Edward III. The Lady Mohun, mother of the above Elizabeth, obtained from her husband so much good ground for the common, or park, of the town of Dunstor, as she could in one day compass about, going on her naked feet.
Father: William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Catherine De GRANDISON
Married 1: Joan PLANTAGENET (P. Wales) BEF 15 Oct 1348, Donyatt, Somerset, England
Married 2: Elizabeth De MOHUN (b. 1364 - d. 1414) (dau. of John De Mohun and Joan Burghersh)
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE (Sir)


William MONTAGUE (Sir) d 6 Aug 1382, Windsor, England
Notes: unhappily slain by his father in a tilting match at Windsor, 6 Aug 1382, in the 6th year of Richard II.
Father: William MONTAGUE (2º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Elizabeth De MOHUN
m Elizabeth FITZALAN (B. Mowbray)


John MONTAGUE (Sir) d 25 Feb 1389/90
Buried: 4 Mar 1389/90, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Notes: had summons to Parliament from the 31st of Edward to the 13th year of Richard II, when he died. He had three sons, John his heir (who became 3d Earl of Salisbury), Thomas Montague, and Richard Montague, of whose issue there is no trace. This Richard lived ABT the year 1400. None of the English genealogies make any further mention of him except to state his name. It is claimed that there was also a fourth son, whose name was Simon Montague, and from 'in the nobility of England of this name claim descent'. Collins' Peerage, however, states that there is no evidence that this Simon ever lived, and is inclined to the belief that the nobility are descended from James Montague, a natural son of Thomas, 4th Earl of Salisbury. This James Montague had large possessions in County Kent, where he was a man of distinction, and is buried in the Church of Ludsdown in Kent.
Father: William MONTAGUE (1º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Catherine De GRANDISON
m Margaret De MONTHERMER (d. ABT 24 Mar 1394) (dau. and heir of Sir Thomas Monthermer son of Joan of Acre) 2 Jul 1340, St Humbert the Confessor Church, Stokenham, Devonshire, England
Children:
1. John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
2. Thomas MONTAGUE (Dean of Salisbury)
3. Richard MONTAGUE
4. Simon MONTAGUE
5. Eleanor MONTAGUE
6. Catherine MONTAGUE
7. Sibyl MONTAGUE
8. Margaret MONTAGUE


John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury) b ABT 1327 / 1350, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England d 5 Jan 1399/00, Cirencester, Gloucester, England
Buried: Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire, England
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Lord Montagu [1299], Lord Monthermer [1309], and Lord Montagu [1357], nephew and heir, being son and heir of the Earl's younger brother John (sum. to Parl. in 1357), by Margaret, according to modern doctrine suo jure Baroness Monthermer, daughter and heir of Thomas (De Monthermer), Lord Monthermer (d. 1340). He succeeded his father, 25 Feb 1389/90, when he was aged 39, and his mother, 24 Mar 1394/5. In 1369 he was knighted by the Earl of Cambridge in the field at Bourdeilles, and in 1383 was the King's Knight. In the 15th year of Richard II he obtained leave to serve in Prussia. He was sum. to Parl. 23 Nov 1392 to 30 Nov 1396, as Lord Montagu (1357); and, as Earl of Salisbury, to the succeeding Parl. of Richard II (18 Jul and 15 Oct 1397, and 19 Aug 1399) and to the 1st Parl. of Henry IV (30 Sep 1399). Chief Commissioner of array in Herts, 1385. In 1392 he was one of the King's supporters against the Appellants of 1387; K.G.; and one of the executive committee of the adjourned Parl. to whom the bussiness remaining uncompleted was committed. In Sep 1398 Marshal of England; in Oct a commissioner to receive the Queen's dower, and envoy to Paris, upon the rumour of the proposed marriage of Hereford to Marie De Berri. Keeper of Trowbridge Castle, and commissioner to treat of peace with Scotland, in Mar 1398/9. In May he accompanied Richard to Ireland; but he was sent back, in advance of the King, to raise forces with which to meet the invading Hereford. Later they joined company in England. This Earl of Salisbury was the only temporal Nobleman, who remained firm to King Richard's interest AFT the invasion of the Duke of Lancaster. With the other Lords Appellant of 1397, he was committed to the Tower 20 Oct 1399; on the 29th in Parl. he was challenged by Lord Morley upon his defence and accepted the challenge, and the matter was referred to the Constable and Marshal. He joined the conspiracy of the Earls of Kent and Huntingdon to murder Henry IV and his sons at Windsor, at a Christmas mumming; but the King was warned and the conspirators marched across England proclaiming that King Richard was alive. At Cirencester the people rose against them, and beheaded the Earls of Kent and Salisbury, 5 Jan 1399/1400. He was attained of treason in Parl. Mar 1400/1; but this judgement was reversed in 1461. He married, before 4 May 1383, Maud, relict of John, son of Andrew Aubrey (d. 1380/1), widow (having been 2nd wife) of Sir Alan Buxhall of Sussex, Dorset and Staffs (d. 2 Nov 1381), and daughter of Adam Francis, Mayor of London, 1352-54, M.P. for London in 7 Parl., 1352-69, by Agnes, daughter and coheir of William Champnes' [Visitation of Kent, Harl. Soc., vol. lxxv, p. 31]. He died (as above) and was buried at Cirencester. His widow, for whom robes of the Garter were prepared, had a grant, in Feb 1398/9, of the manor of Stokenham, Devon. She died in 1424, before 5 Aug. His body was buried at Bisham Abbey (which his ancestor the first Earl had founded) by the side of the second Earl of Salisbury, having been removed thither by order of his widow.
Father: John MONTAGUE (Sir)
Mother: Margaret De MONTHERMER
m Maud FRANCIS (dau. of Sir Adam Francis and Agnes Champnes') (w.1 of John Aubrey - w.2 of Sir Allan Boxhull, Knight of the Garter) BEF 4 May 1383
Children:
1. Thomas MONTAGUE (4º E. Salisbury)
2. Richard MONTAGUE
3. Elizabeth MONTAGUE (B. Willoughby of Eresby)
4. Margaret MONTAGUE (B. Ferrers of Groby)
5. Anne MONTAGUE (D. Huntington)
6. Robert MONTAGUE


Anne MONTAGUE (Mo21) Duchess Huntington b ABT 1384, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England d BET 28 - 29 Nov 1457
Buried: Church of St. Katherine by the Tower, London, Middlesex, England
Father: John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Maud FRANCIS
Married 1: Richard HANKFORD (Sir Knight) (w. of Elizabeth Fitzwarren) AFT 1425
Children:
Ha20. Anne HANKFORD (d. 13 Nov 1485) (m. Thomas Butler, 7º E. Ormond )
Married 2: John FITZLEWIS of West Horndon (Sir) (d. 27 Oct 1442) (son of Richard Fitzlewis) (w. of Alice De Vere ) AFT 1430
Children:
2. Elizabeth FITZLEWIS (b. 1431) (m. John Wingfield)
3. Henry FITZLEWIS (Sir) (d. May 1480) (m.1 Elizabeth Beaufort - m.2 Alice ?)
Married 3: John HOLLAND (1° D. Huntington) (b. 29 Mar 1395 - d. 5 Aug 1447) (son of John Holland, 1º D. Exeter, and Elizabeth Plantagenet ) (w. of Anne Stafford ) ABT 1440
Children:
4. Anne HOLLAND (b. ABT 1414 - d. 26 Dec 1486) (m.1 John Neville - m.2 James Douglas)

Margaret MONTAGUE (B. Ferrers of Groby) b ABT 1372
Father: John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Maud FRANCIS
m William FERRERS (5° B. Ferrers of Groby) BEF 1416


Elizabeth MONTAGUE (B. Willoughby of Eresby) b ABT 1385 d AFT 2 Jun 1438
Father: John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Maud FRANCIS
m Robert WILLOUGHBY (6° B. Willoughby of Eresby) 21 Feb 1420/21
Children:
1. Joan WILLOUGHBY (B. Willoughby)
2. Robert WILLOUGHBY


Robert MONTAGUE b AFT 1388
Father: John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Maud FRANCIS
m Mary ?
Children:
1. John MONTAGUE
2. William MONTAGUE (b. ABT 1427)


John MONTAGUE b ABT 1421, Devon, England d 1519
Father: Robert MONTAGUE
Mother: Mary ?
m Agnes MORE ABT 1450, Devonshire, England
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE


William MONTAGUE b ABT 1450, Devon, England d AFT 1505
Father: John MONTAGUE
Mother: Agnes MORE
m Mary SUTTON ABT 1489, Devonshire, England
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE


William MONTAGUE b ABT 1490, Otslow, Somersetshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Mary SUTTON
m Margaret PEVERELL ABT 1514, Dorset, Devonshire, England
Children:
1. Margaret MONTAGUE (b. ABT 1515)
2. Emma MONTAGUE
3. Eleanor MONTAGUE
4. Elizabeth MONTAGUE (b. ABT 1521)
5. Joan MONTAGUE


Emma MONTAGUE b ABT 1517
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Margaret PEVERELL
m James DUPORT


Eleanor MONTAGUE b ABT 1519
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Margaret PEVERELL
m John BEVEN


Joan MONTAGUE b ABT 1523, Warmham, Sussex, England
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Margaret PEVERELL
m John MOLINEAUX ABT 1550
Children:
1. John MOLINEAUX (b. ABT 1558 - d. 1572)
2. Bridget MOLINEAUX


Thomas MONTAGUE (4º E. Salisbury) b 1388, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England d 3 Nov 1428, Meung-sur-Loire
Buried: Conventual Church, Bisham, Montague, Somersetshire, England
Notes: Knight of the Garter. Was only twelve years of age at his father's Died, in 1401 received an annuity of £100 for his maintenance till he should be of age. Though the great estate, of which the last Earl had been possessed, was now forfeited, yet a considerable part of it was recovered BEF his son became of age and at last, in the reign of Henry V, he retained a reversion of his father's attainder and was restored in blood. On 14 Jun 1409, after he had proved his age and done fealty, all that his father had held in fee tail was restored to him; and he was sum. to Parl. as Earl of Salisbury, 26 Oct following. In 1411 William Stourton was a party to the transactions when Thomas Montagu, Earl of Salisbury, settled manors in Wiltshire, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight on his mother, and Stourton also accepted similar employment from Sir John Berkeley. In 1412 he sailed with the expedition to France. K.G. From Jul to Oct 1414 he was occupied in treating for peace, and for the marriage of Henry V to Catherine of France. While waiting to sail at Southampton, 1415, a commissioner to try the conspirators on behalf of the Earl of Mar, and one of the body of peers who tried the Earl of Cambridge and Lord Scrope, when they claimed trial by their peers. On 26 Apr 1419, for his outstanding services, he received a grant of the Comte of Perche in tail male, and was app. Lt. General of Normandy and the Marches South of the Seine; in 1420, of the whole Duchy, with Maine. After the English defeat at Bauge', he made a notable raid through Maine into Anjou. In Mar 1426 he had a dispensation from his vow to revisit the Holy Sepulchre. In Nov he was in England as P.C. In Aug 1428 he proceeded to besiege Orleans; a shot from a cannon from the city wounded him, and he died a week later at Meung-sur-Loire. He married firstly Eleanor Holland. In 1401 she received an annuity of 100 lbs. out of the Wilts manors of the late Earl. Robes of the Garter were issued to her in 1413 and later. She was buried at Bisham. He married 2ndly, before Nov 1424, Alice, widow (having been 3rd wife) of Sir John Philip (died at Harfleur, 2 Oct 1415), only child and in 1434, heir of Thomas Chaucer, Chief Butler to RichardII and Henry IV, Speaker of the House of Commons, by Maud, dau. and coheir of Sir John Burghersh. He died s.p.m. (as above), 3 Nov 1428, "had his mass" at St. Paul's, 29 Nov, and was buried, in accordance with his will, at Bisham. His widow married 3rdly (royal lic., 11 Nov. 1430), William De La Pole, Earl (afterwards Duke) of Suffolk, who was murdered 2 May 1450. She died 20 May 1475, and was buried at Ewelme.
Father: John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Maud FRANCIS
Married 1: Eleanor HOLLAND (3º dau. of Thomas Holland, 2º E. Kent and Alice Fitzalan ) (coheir of her brother Edmund, 4º E. Kent) 23 May 1399
Children:
1. Alice MONTAGUE (C. Salisbury)
Married 2: Alice CHAUCER (D. Suffolk) (dau. of Thomas Chaucer) (w. of  Sir John Philip - m.3 William de la Pole, 1º D. Suffolk)


Alice MONTAGUE (C. Salisbury) d 1463
Father: Thomas MONTAGUE (4º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Eleanor HOLLAND
m Richard NEVILLE (1º E. Salisbury) BEF Feb 1420/21, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Children:
1. Joan NEVILLE (C. Arundel)
2. Cecily NEVILLE (D. Warwick / C. Worcester)
3. Richard "King Maker" NEVILLE (1º E. Warwick)
4. Thomas NEVILLE (Sir Knight)
5. Alice NEVILLE (B. Fitzhugh of Ravensworth)
6. John NEVILLE (1º M. Montagu)
7. George NEVILLE (Archbishop of York)
8. Catherine NEVILLE (B.Ashby-Zouch)
9. Eleanor NEVILLE (C. Derby)
10. Ralph NEVILLE
11. Margaret NEVILLE (C. Oxford)
12. Robert NEVILLE



II. BOUGHTON LINE
Simon MONTAGUE Mo20 b ABT 1353, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Father: John MONTAGUE (Sir)
Mother: Margaret de MONTHERMER
m Eleanor (Elizabeth) BOUGHTON ABT 1374
Children:
Mo19. Thomas MONTAGUE


Thomas MONTAGUE Mo19 b ABT 1375, Boughton, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Simon MONTAGUE
Mother: Eleanor (Elizabeth) BOUGHTON
m Christian BASSETT ABT 1396
Children:
Mo18. John MONTAGUE


John MONTAGUE Mo18 b ABT 1397, Northamptonshire, England
Father: Thomas MONTAGUE
Mother: Christian BASSETT
m Alice HOLCOT ABT 1419
Children:
Mo17. William MONTAGUE


William MONTAGUE Mo17 b ABT 1425, Northamptonshire, England
Father: John MONTAGUE
Mother: Alice HOLCOT
m Margaret BOLLING ABT 1439
Children:
Mo16. Thomas MONTAGUE of Hemington
Mo16-2. Richard MONTAGUE


Richard MONTAGUE Mo16-2 b ABT 1450, Northamptonshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Margaret BOLLING
m Agnes (Knotting) SNELLING ABT 1459, Hemington, Northamptonshire, England


Thomas MONTAGUE of Hemington Mo16 d 1516
Notes: the parentage of this Thomas is not proved, though a fabulous descent from Simon, stated to have been the brother of John Montagu, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, is generally attributed to him. It is stated (1812) by Sir Egerton Brydges, in Collins, vol. ii, p. 42, "that the late Mr. Thorpe (and it seems Mr. Anstis concurred in this opinion) suspected this family to be descended from James Montagu, a natural son of Thomas the [4th and] last Earl of Salisbury". This James is buried in the church of Ludsdowne in Kent, of which place he derived the manor from his father. See Thorpe's Custumale Roffense, p. 125. The bordure round the arms of the present family favours the idea. Other sources states that they descended from Richard Montagu alias Ladde, a yeoman or husbandman, living in 1471 at Hanging Houghton, Northamptonshire, where the Laddes had been tenants since the fourteenth century. The explanation of a fifteenth century yeoman's Norman name might sometimes be female descent from a knightly house through a coheir. Alias names, in some respect the forerunners of modern compound (or double-barreled) name, were common in the Middle Ages. In the earliest times, when surnames were new, an alias may just mean indecision between equally attractive alternatives. Later they sometimes indicate bastardy (one name perhaps being the father's and one the mother's), but in most cases probably mark inheritance through an heiress whose name was thus perpetuated. A good case has been made out for the possibility that the Ladde alias came from a division among coheirs about 1420 of the remaining small inheritance of a line of Montagus at Spratton and Little Creton, also in Northamptonshire. This line was of knightly origin and probably a branch of the baronial Montagus (Earls of Salisbury from 1337), whose almost certain ancestor Dru De Montagud was a tenant-in-chief in 1086. Other yeoman Montagus are found in Buckinghamshire from 1354 when Roger Montagu appears as a witness to a quitclaim of land in Great Kimble, notably in Halton where a family of Montagu alias Elot held land from about 1440 to 1610. A line of Montagus found in Waddesdon from about 1540 may have branched from these. These in the eighteenth century were shepherds and drovers and one set up in Aylesbury as a wheelwright and another as a tailor. Another line, also possibly branched from Halton, is found at Boveney and Dorney in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This produced Richard Montagu, Bishop of Chichester (1628-38) and Norwich (1638-41), and Peter Montagu, who settled in Virginia.' (Wagner). A franklin was the original name for a free tenant. In England, franklins came to be called yeomen. Sources: English Genealogy, Anthony Wagner.
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Margaret BOLLING
Married 1: Agnes DUDLEY 1485, Clopton, Northamptonshire, England
Children:
Mo15. Edward MONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mo15-2. John MONTAGUE of Brigstock
Married 2: Mary ?


Sir Edward MONTAGUE (Mo15) Lord Chief Justice d 1557
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: Thomas MONTAGUE of Hemington
Mother: Agnes DUDLEY
Married 1: Agnes KIRKMAN
Married 2: Cecily LANE BEF Oct 1512
Children:
Mo14-1. Ralph MONTAGUE (d. young)
Mo14-2. Thomas MONTAGUE (d. young)
Mo14-3. Robert MONTAGUE (d. young)
Mo14-4. Dorothy MONTAGUE
Mo14-5. Anne MONTAGUE
Mo14-6. Amy MONTAGUE
Married 3: Ellen ROPER (d. 1563) (dau. of John Roper and Jane Fineaux)
Children:
Mo14-7. Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mo14-8. Roger MONTAGUE
Mo14-9. Simon MONTAGUE
Mo14-10. Thomas MONTAGUE
Mo14-11. William MONTAGUE
Mo14-12. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
Mo14. Eleanor MONTAGUE
Mo14-14. Isabel MONTAGUE
Mo14-15. Mary MONTAGUE
Mo14-16. Margaret MONTAGUE
Mo14-17. Agnes MONTAGUE


Dorothy MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Cecily LANE
m Edward WATSON


Anne MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Cecily LANE
m John ROUSE


Amy MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Cecily LANE
m George LYNN


Roger MONTAGUE d AFT 1601
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m Alice WASTLIN


Simon MONTAGUE d AFT 1601
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m Christine WASTLIN


Thomas MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m Joan LATHAM (LATHOM)


William MONTAGUE d 1619
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER


Elizabeth MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
Married 1: Richard CAVE
Married 2: William MARKHAM


Eleanor MONTAGUE b 1525, Boughton, England d 1560
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m George TYRRELL (son of Humphrey Tyrrell and Anne Ingleton) 1550Thornton Hall, Buckingham, England
Children:
1. Edward TYRRELL
2. William TYRRELL
3. Francis TYRRELL
4. Emma TYRRELL
5. Thomas TYRRELL
6. Son TYRRELL
7. Hester TYRRELL


Isabel MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m Bryan LASCELLES


Mary MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m William WATTS


Margaret MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m Robert WOOD


Agnes MONTAGUE
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: Ellen ROPER
m John LANE


Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight) b ABT 1530, Boughton, Northants, England d 26 Jan 1601/2
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: EdwardMONTAGUE (Sir Lord Chief Justice)
Mother: EllenROPER
m Elizabeth HARRINGTON
Children:
1. Edward MONTAGUE (1° B. Montagu of Boughton)
2. Henry MONTAGUE
3. Walter MONTAGUE (Sir)
4. Henry MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
5. Charles MONTAGUE (Sir)
6. James MONTAGUE (Bishop of Winchester)
7. Sidney MONTAGUE of the Middle Temple (Sir Knight)
8. Thomas MONTAGUE
9. Lucy MONTAGUE
10. Sussanah MONTAGUE
11. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
12. Theodosia MONTAGUE


Lucy MONTAGUE
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
m William WRAY (Sir) (son of Christopher Wray and Anne Girlington) 13 Aug 1617, Ashby, Lincolnshire, England
Children:
1. William WRAY
2. Christopher WRAY
3. Benjamin WRAY
4. Charles WRAY
5. Nathaniel WRAY
6. Son WRAY
7. Dau. WRAY
8. Edward WRAY
9. John WRAY
10. Phillip WRAY


Sussanah MONTAGUE
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
m Richard SONDES (SANDYS?)


Elizabeth MONTAGUE
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
m Edward GATES


Theodosia MONTAGUE b ABT 1577 d 19 Jan 1614/5
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
m Henry CAPELL (Sir)
Children:
1. Arthur CAPELL (1º B. Hadham)
2. Anne CAPELL
3. Theodosia CAPELL
4. Henry CAPELL
5. Margaret CAPELL
6. Elizabeth CAPELL
7. Gamaliel CAPELL
8. James CAPELL


Walter MONTAGUE (Sir) b ABT 1564 d 22 May 1615 / 1660
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
m Anne MORGAN ABT 1593


Charles MONTAGUE (Sir) d 1625
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
Married 1: Lettice CLIFFORD ABT 1588, Keyston, Huntingdonshire, England
Married 2: Mary WHITMORE (dau. of William Whitmore and Anne Bond) ABT 1610, Apley, Shropshire, England
Children:
1. Anne MONTAGUE (B. North of Kirtling)
2.  Elizabeth MONTAGUE
3. Mary MONTAGUE


Anne MONTAGUE (B. North of Kirtling) b 1605, Cranbrook, Essex, England d 4 Feb 1683, Kirtling, Cambridgeshire, England
Buried: 15 Feb 1683, Kirtling, Cambridgeshire, England
Father: Charles MONTAGUE (Sir)
Mother: Mary WHITMORE
m Dudley NORTH (4° B. North of Kirtling) 24 Apr 1632, Hackney, Middlesex, England
Children:
1. Charles NORTH (5° B. North of Kirtling)
2. Francis NORTH (1° B. North of Guilford) (b. 22 Oct 1637 - d. 5 Sep 1685, Wroxton, Oxfordshire)
3. Dudley NORTH
4. John NORTH
5. Montagu NORTH
6. Roger NORTH
7. Mary NORTH
8. Anne NORTH
9. Elizabeth NORTH
10. Christian NORTH
11. Frances NORTH
12. Bridget NORTH
13. Dorothy NORTH
14. Catherine NORTH

Elizabeth MONTAGUE b 1611, Cranbrook, Essex, England d 29 Dec 1672
Father: Charles MONTAGUE (Sir)
Mother: Mary WHITMORE
m Christopher HATTON 8 May 1630, Cranbrook, Essex, England


Mary MONTAGUE b 1615, Cranbrook, Essex, England
Father: Charles MONTAGUE (Sir)
Mother: Mary WHITMORE
m Edward BYSHE


James MONTAGUE (Bishop of Winchester) b 1568? d 1618
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON


Sidney MONTAGUE of the Middle Temple (Sir Knight) d 1644, Middle Temple, London
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
Married 1: Paulina PEPYS (d. 1638) (dau. of John Pepys of Cottenham) 1619
Children:
1. Edward MONTAGUE (1º E. Sandwich)
2. Henry MONTAGUE
3. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
Married 2: Anne ISHAM (d. 1676) (dau. of Gregory Isham of Barby)


Edward MONTAGUE (1° B. Montagu of Boughton) b 1562 d 1644
Buried: 26 Jun 1644, Weekley Church
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
Married 1: Elizabeth JEFFREY (d.1611) (dau. of Sir John Jeffrey of Chiddingly and Alice Apsley) 21 Sep 1585
Children:
1. Elizabeth MONTAGUE (C. Lindsey)
Married 2: Frances COTTON (d.1620) (dau. of Thomas Cotton of Conington and Dorothy Tamworth) 24 Feb 1612
Children:
2. Edward MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu of Boughton)
3. William MONTAGUE
4. Christopher MONTAGUE
5. Frances MONTAGUE (C. Rutland)
Married 3: Anne CROUCH (dau. ofJohn Crouch of Corneybury) (w.1 of Robert Wynchell - w.2 of Richard Chamberlain - w.3 of Sir Ralph Hare of Stow Bardolph) 16 Feb 1625


Elizabeth MONTAGUE (C. Lindsey) b ABT 1593, Lindsey, Nottinghamshire, England d 30 Nov 1654
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (1° B. Montagu of Boughton)
Mother: Elizabeth JEFFREY
m Robert BERTIE (1º E. Lindsay) ABT 1605, Boughton, Northamptonshire, England
Children:
1. Peregrine BERTIE (Sir)
2. Sophia BERTIE (m. Richard Chaworth)
3. Richard BERTIE
4. Montagu BERTIE (2° E. Lindsey) (b. BEF 1608)
5. Francis BERTIE
6. Robert BERTIE
7. Henry BERTIE
8. Vere BERTIE
9. Edward BERTIE
10. Catherine BERTIE
11. Elizabeth BERTIE
12. Anne BERTIE
13. Mary BERTIE


Edward MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu of Boughton) b 1617 d 1683
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (1° B. Montagu of Boughton)
Mother: Frances COTTON
m Anne WINWOOD
Children:
1. Edward MONTAGUE
2. Ralph MONTAGUE (1º D. Montagu)
3. Elizabeth MONTAGUE


Ralph MONTAGUE (1º D. Montagu) b 1638 d 1709
Father:  Edward MONTAGUE (2º B. Montagu of Boughton)
Mother: Anne WINWOOD
Married 1: Elizabeth WRIOTHESLEY
Children:
1. Ralph MONTAGUE (b. 1679 - d. 1691)
2. Winwood MONTAGUE (d. 1702)
3. John MONTAGUE (b. 1689 - d. 1749) (m. Mary Churchill)
4. Anne MONTAGUE (m.1 Alexander Popham - m.2 Daniel Harvey)
Married 2: Elizabeth CAVENDISH 8 Sep 1692


Frances MONTAGUE (C. Rutland) b ABT 1604 d 19 May 1671
Notes: Second daughter.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (1° B. Montagu of Boughton)
Mother: Frances COTTON
m John MANNERS (8º E. Rutland) 1628
Children:
1. John MANNERS (1º D. Rutland) (b. 29 May 1638) (m. Catherine Noel)
2. Frances MANNERS (C. Exeter)
3. Margaret MANNERS (C. Salisbury)
4. George MANNERS (d. young)
5. Edward MANNERS (d. young)
6. Roger MANNERS (d. young)
7. Grace MANNERS
8. Dorothy MANNERS
9. Elizabeth MANNERS
10. Anne MANNERS
11. Mary MANNERS (d. 1669)


Henry MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester) b ABT 1563 d 7 Nov 1642
Buried: Kimbolton
Notes: See his Biography.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE of Boughton Castle (Sir Knight)
Mother: Elizabeth HARRINGTON
Married 1: Catherine SPENCER 1 Jun 1601
Children:
1. Edward MONTAGUE (2° E. Manchester)
2. Walter MONTAGUE
3. Charles MONTAGUE
4. James MONTAGUE
5. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
6. Lucy MONTAGUE
7. Theodosia MONTAGUE
Married 2: Anne WINCOTT (d. 1642) (dau. of William Wincot of Langham and Dau. Vaughan) (w. of Sir Leonard Halliday, Lord Mayor of London) 1613
Married 3: Margaret CROUCH (C. Manchester) (dau. of John Crouch of Corneybury) (w.1 of Allen Elvine - w.2 of John Hare) 26 Apr 1620
Children:
8. Susan MONTAGUE
9. Henry MONTAGUE
10. George MONTAGUE
11. Dau. MONTAGUE

Walter MONTAGUE d 1677, Paris, France
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Catherine SPENCER


James MONTAGUE b ABT 1608, Lackham, Wiltshire, England d 1 Feb 1665
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Catherine SPENCER
m Mary BAYNARD 11 Nov 1635,Lacock, Wiltshire, England
Children:
1. James MONTAGUE
2. Walter MONTAGUE
3. George MONTAGUE
4. Robert MONTAGUE
5. Henry MONTAGUE
6. Edward MONTAGUE
7. Sidney MONTAGUE
8. Mary MONTAGUE
9. Charles MONTAGUE
10. William MONTAGUE
11. Catherine MONTAGUE
12. Thomas MONTAGUE
13. John MONTAGUE


Elizabeth MONTAGUE
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Catherine SPENCER
Married 1: Lewis MANSELL (son of Thomas Mansell and Mary Mordaunt )
Children:
1. Edward MANSELL
2. Henry MANSELL
3. Mary MANSELL
4. Elizabeth MANSELL
Married 2: Edward SEBRIGHT


Lucy MONTAGUE
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Catherine SPENCER
m Hugh COLERAINE


Susan MONTAGUE
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Margaret CROUCH (C. Manchester)
m George BRYDGES (6º B. Chandos of Sudeley) 1637


George MONTAGUE b 1620, Horton, Northamptonshire, England
Christened: 28 Jul 1622, St. Margaret, Westminster, London, England d 9 Jul 1681
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Margaret CROUCH (C. Manchester)
m Elizabeth IRBY (dau. of Anthony Irby and Frances Wray) 1645, Horton, Northamptonshire, England
Children:
1. James MONTAGUE
2. Anne MONTAGUE
3. Christopher MONTAGUE
4. Theodosia MONTAGUE
5. Edward MONTAGUE
6. Charles MONTAGUE
7. Irby MONTAGUE
8. Mary MONTAGUE
9. Elizabeth MONTAGUE


Edward MONTAGUE (2° E. Manchester) b 1602 d 5 May 1671, of cholic
Buried: Chenies
Father: Henry  MONTAGUE (1° E. Manchester)
Mother: Catherine SPENCER
Married 1: Susannah HILL (dau. of John Hill and Dorothy Beaumont) 6 Feb 1623, The King's Bedchamber
Married 2: Anne RICH
Children:
1. Robert MONTAGUE (3º E. Manchester)
2. Frances MONTAGUE
3. Anne MONTAGUE
Married 3: Essex CHEEKE (dau. of Thomas Cheeke and Essex Rich )
Children:
4. Edward MONTAGUE
5. Essex MONTAGUE
6. Henry MONTAGUE
7. Charles MONTAGUE
8. Thomas MONTAGUE
9. Sidney MONTAGUE
10. George MONTAGUE
11. Lucy MONTAGUE
Married 4:  Eleanor WORTLEY (C. Sussex) (d. 1666) (dau. of Richard Wortley) (w.1 of Henry Lee - w.2 of Edward Radcliffe, 6º E. Sussex - w.3 of Robert Rich, 2º E. Warwick )
Married 5: Margaret RUSSELL (C. Carlisle) 31 Jul 1667


Frances MONTAGUE
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (2° E. Manchester)
Mother: Anne RICH
m Henry SAUNDERSON (son of Robert Saunderson and Anne Nelson) ABT 1655
Children:
1. Thomas SAUNDERSON


Anne MONTAGUE d 1689
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (2° E. Manchester)
Mother: Anne RICH
m Robert RICH (5º E. Warwick)


Robert MONTAGUE (3º E. Manchester) b 25 Apr 1634 d 14 Mar 1682
Father: Edward MONTAGUE (2° E. Manchester)
Mother: Anne RICH
m Anne YELVERTON (dau. of Christopher Yelverton and Anne Twisden) 27 Jun 1655
Children:
1. Anne MONTAGUE (C. Suffolk)
2. Charles MONTAGUE (1º D. Manchester)
3. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
4. Robert MONTAGUE
5. Heneage MONTAGUE
6. Catherine MONTAGUE
7. Eleanor MONTAGUE
8. Edward MONTAGUE
9. Henry MONTAGUE


Anne MONTAGUE (C. Suffolk) b 1660 d 19 Oct 1720, London
Buried: Walden
Father: Robert MONTAGUE (3º E. Manchester)
Mother: Anne YELVERTON
m James HOWARD (3º E. Suffolk) ABT 10 Jun 1682



III. BOVENEY LINE
Richard MONTAGUE b AFT 1388
Father: John MONTAGUE (3º E. Salisbury)
Mother: Maud FRANCIS
m ¿?
Children:
1. Edward MONTAGUE


Edward MONTAGUE
Father: Richard MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m ¿?
Children:
1. Robert MONTAGUE


Robert MONTAGUE b 1455, Boveney, Berkshire, England d 1520, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Notes: Yeoman.
Father: Edward MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m ¿?
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE
2. Robert MONTAGUE
3. John MONTAGUE


John MONTAGUE b ABT 1486
Father: Robert MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m Cecily ?
Children:
1. Edmund MONTAGUE (b. ABT 1507)
2. Ursula MONTAGUE (b. ABT 1510)
3. Thomas MONTAGUE


Thomas MONTAGUE b ABT 1513
Father: John MONTAGUE
Mother: Cecily ?
m Elizabeth ?
Children:
1. Abraham MONTAGUE
2. John MONTAGUE
3. Thomas MONTAGUE


Abraham MONTAGUE d ABT 1629
Father: Thomas MONTAGUE
Mother: Elizabeth ?
m ¿?
Children:
1. Elizabeth MONTAGUE (m. Thomas Ford)
2. Abraham MONTAGUE


John MONTAGUE
Father: Thomas MONTAGUE
Mother: Elizabeth ?
m Kattie ?
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE
2. Amos MONTAGUE
3. Anne MONTAGUE


William MONTAGUE b ABT 1485 d BEF 21 Mar 1549/50, Burnham Parish
Father: Robert MONTAGUE
Mother: ¿?
m Joan GROW 1513
Children:
1. Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney
2. William MONTAGUE of Bray
3. Catherine MONTAGUE
4. Alice MONTAGUE


Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney d 16 Jan 1576, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE
Mother: Joan GROW
m Margaret COTTON (dau. of Roger Cotton) 1547Boveney, Berkshire, England
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE of Boveney
2. Catherine MONTAGUE
3. Dau. MONTAGUE
4. Agnes MONTAGUE
5. Joan MONTAGUE
6. Lawrence MONTAGUE

Catherine MONTAGUE b ABT 1536, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Father: Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret COTTON
Married 1: John GOLDWIN 8 Jun 1550
Married 2: Roger LUTMAN 18 Nov 1564


Agnes MONTAGUE b ABT 1539, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Father: Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret COTTON
m Richard (GARMAN) GARAMOND 2 Feb 1561, Dormey, Buckinghamshire, England
Children:
1. Margaret GARAMOND
2. Edith GARAMOND
3. Elizabeth GARAMOND
4. Edward GARAMOND
5. Richard GARAMOND


Joan MONTAGUE b ABT 1542, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Father: Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret COTTON
m John LOOK
Children:
1. Roger LOOK
2. Joan LOOK


Lawrence MONTAGUE b ABT 1545, Boveney, Berkshire, England d 17 Dec 1580, Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England
Notes: Vicar of Dorney.
Father: Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret COTTON
Married 1: Joan RACKLEY 3 May 1575, Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England
Children:
1. Richard MONTAGUE (Bishop of Chichester and Norwich) (b. 18 Nov 1575 - d. 13 Apr 1641)
2. William MONTAGUE
Married 2: Joan WICKHAM (dau. of Radcliffe Wickham of Wycombe)
Children:
3. Richard MONTAGUE


William MONTAGUE of Boveney b 1536, Boveney, Berkshire, England d 20 Mar 1594, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Father: Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret COTTON
m Margaret MALTHOUSE (dau. of John Malthouse of Binfield and Margaret Bullock) 1557
Children:
1. Robert MONTAGUE (b. 24 Dec 1560 - d. 26 Dec 1574)
2. William MONTAGUE
3. Sarah MONTAGUE (b. 3 Jan 1563 - d. 22 Feb 1563)
4. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
5. George MONTAGUE
6. Anne MONTAGUE
7. Peter MONTAGUE


William MONTAGUE b 18 Apr 1562 d 1634
Notes:Admitted at King's College, Cambridge, a scholar from Eton 4 Sep 1581. M.A. Kings College, Cambridge, in 1634.
Father: William MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret MALTHOUSE
m Elizabeth BARNES


Elizabeth MONTAGUE b 24 Jun 1565, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret MALTHOUSE
Married 1: Richard BARNES 1594
Married 2: Daniel BALLARD


George MONTAGUE b 14 Sep 1567 / 1581, Boveney, Berkshire, England d 11 Sep 1640, Boveney, Berkshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret MALTHOUSE
Married 1: Joan MASTON
Married 2: Susan NORRIS 1600
Children:
1. William MONTAGUE
2. Richard MONTAGUE
3. Robert MONTAGUE
4. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
5. Anne MONTAGUE
6. Peter MONTAGUE


Anne MONTAGUE b 1569
Father: William MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret MALTHOUSE
Married 1: Edward SMITH
Children:
1. George SMITH
Married 2: Daniel BALLARD


Peter MONTAGUE b 1573, Boveney, Berkshire, England d 16 Mar 1638, Warfield, Berkshire, England
Father: William MONTAGUE of Boveney
Mother: Margaret MALTHOUSE
m Eleanor ALLEN
Children:
1. Peter MONTAGUE (b. 21 Jan 1602/03) (m. Cecily Matthews)
2. William MONTAGUE
3. Robert MONTAGUE
4. Anne MONTAGUE
5. Richard MONTAGUE
6. Elizabeth MONTAGUE
7. Margaret MONTAGUE



Edward MONTAGUE b ABT 1583
m Catherine BRYDGES (C. Bedford) AFT 1644


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