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Moleynes and Marney
: Moleynes Molines of Moleyns Molines, Marney of Layer Marney
TCP Moleyns or Molins includes a note that reports that this family is thought to have descended from the following William de Falaise. However, it notes that the normally identified ancestor is Robert but that he probably died without male issue.
William de Falaise
1. William des Moulins a 1124
m1 Aubree a 1124, dau of Guitmond, castellan of Moulins
A. William des Moulins
B. Robert des Moulins dsp
m Agnes dau of Robert de Grandesmil
m2 Duda dau of Waleran de Meulan
C. Simon des Moulins
D. Hugh des Moulins dsp
TCP starts 'properly' with ...
Vincent de Moleyns
m Isabel
1. Sir John de Moleyns, 1st Baron d 10.03.1359/60
TCP identifies this John as having been called to a Great Council as if he was a Baron but notes that that assembly is not recognised as a formal Parliament. Accordingly TCP appears not to accept that John and his successors were real parliamentary 'Lords'. However, as TCP does include an article on the family although this is arguably in support of the fact that the undermentioned Sir Robert Hungerford was summoned to Parliament as Lord Moleyns, we follow BE1883 in identifying him and his successors as though they were. BE1883 shows that he had a second wife, Margaret daughter of Roger Pogeys of Stoke Pogeys but TCP just shows his marriage to ...
m by 1325 Gilles or Egidia Mauduit dau of Sir John Mauduit of Somerford
A. John de Moleyns dvpsp 10.1342
m by 1340 Joan Rokesley d 06.05.1369, dau of Sir Richard Rokesley
B. William de Moleyns, 2nd Baron d 14.02.1380/1
m before 12.03.1352 Margery Bacoun b 1336, d 01.06.1399, dau of Sir Edmund Bacoun of Norfolk by Margery Poynings
i. Richard de Moleyns, 3rd Baron d 14.12.1384
m Eleanor de Beaumont dau of Henry Beaumont, 3rd Lord identified by BE1883 Molines and BE1883 Beaumont
a. William de Moleyns, 4th Baron b 07.01.1377/8, d 08.06.1425
m before 25.12.1405 Margery d 26.03.1439
BE1883 only shows one generations of Williams, showing Eleanor Alianore as daughter of the 4th baron. We follow TCP.
1 William de Moleyns, 5th Baron bpt 08.12.1405, d Orleans 08.05.1429
m1 1417 Katherine Fauconer dau of Thomas Fauconer
m2 01.05.1423 Anne Whalesborough a 01.1486, dau of John Whalesborough of Cornwall
A Eleanor de Moleyns b 11.06.1426
m1 before 05.11.1440 Robert Hungerford, 3rd Lord Hungerford, Lord Moleyns, b before 1429, d 1463/4
m2 c24.03.1468/9 Sir Oliver Manyngham
2 Katherine Moleyns d 03.11.1465
m Sir John Howard, 1st Duke of Norfolk d Bosworth Field 22.08.1485
C. Isabel de Molines
m Robert Morley dvp before 12.11.1403
?? de Marney
Ma24-1. Ralph de Marney of Layr Marney a 1254
Ma24 Roger de Marney
Ma23 William de Marney a 1262
Ma22 Robert de Marney named John by Berry
m Avice Gernon dau of Ralph Gernon
Ma21 William de Marney
m Katherine Venables
Ma20=24 Sir Robert de Marney
m Alice Layer dau of Richard Layer of Suffolk
Ma19 Sir William Marney of Layer Marney, Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire d 1414
m Elizabeth Sergeants dau of Richard Sergeants or Sergiaux
Ma18-1 Sir Thomas Marney d 1417
m Margaret Knyvett Kn17
a daughter d unm
Ma18-2 William Marney d unm
Ma18-3 Sir John Marney of Layer Marney b 1447 d c 1471
m before 27.04.1447 Jane Throckmorton dau of John Throckmorton of Gloucestershire
Ma18-3-1 Sir Henry Marney, 1st Lord of Layer Marney b 1457, d 24.05.1523
m1 Thomasine Arundell dau of Sir John Arundell of Lanherne
Ma18-3-1-1 John Marney, 2nd Lord b c1493, d 27.04.1525
m1 Christian Newburgh d 06.08.1517, dau of Sir Roger Newburgh
Ma18-3-1-1-1 Katherine Marney b c 1515
m1 c1528 George Ratcliffe dsp before 11.1542, of Sussex family
m2 Sir Thomas Poynings, Sheriff of Kent, Baron dsp 17/8.08.1545
Ma18-3-1-1-2 Elizabeth Marney b c 1517
m Thomas Howard, 1st Viscount of Bindon d 28.01.1581/2
m2 Bridget Waldegrave bur 20.09.1549, dau of Sir William Waldegrave
Ma18-3-1-2 Thomas Marney d young
Ma18-3-1-3 Catherine or Elizabeth Marney
m Thomas Bonham
m2 Elizabeth Wyfold dau of Nicholas Wyfold or Wilford, Lord Mayor of London
Ma18-3-1-4 Grace Marney
m Sir Henry Bedingfield
Ma18 Anne Marney m Sir Thomas Tirrell of East Horndon and Heron
Ma19 =23 Jean de Marney of Layer Marney, probably of this generation
m Sir Robert de Peyton

1 TCP Moleyns or Molins, BE1883 Molines.
2 BE1883 Marney of Layr-Marney + TCP Marny or Marney + Warren in 'Pedigrees of Essex Families' collected by William Berry, published 1838.
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