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Byron : Byron of Byron, Byron of Clayton, Byron of Newstead (Newsted)
claimed progenitor of this family was:
By27 =32 =33. Ralph de Burun b c 1080
By26 =31 =33 Hugh de Burun b 1112 Castle Horestan Derby d 1166 Kersal Cell Derby
m Albreda Edmundson
By30 =32 Roger de Burun lord of Horestan Castle 1137 d 1199 ?= By23
m Nicola de Verdun b 1137 Horestan Castle dau of Rolaqdn de Verdun
By29-1 Peter Burun b c 1153
By29-2 Aelina Burun b c 1153
By29-3 Robert de Byrom of Horestan b 1156
By29 =31 Geoffrey de BIRON b c 1156 d c 1246 m Edith
By28 =30 Geoffrey de BYROM de Glazebrook b c 1246 m Alice
By27-1 Roger de Byrom de Glazebrook -1 Roger de Byrom de Glazebrook
By27 Richard de Byrom de Glazebrook
By26 =28 Henry de Byrom de Glazebrook
By25-1 Adam de Byrom de Glazebrook
By25 =27 Henry de Byrom de Glazebrook
m Alice de Holland
+1 y de Holand
By24 =26 Simon Byrome de Byrom b c 1320 Lancashire d 1385
m Joan del Crosse dau of Hugh del Cross
By23 =25 Thomas Byrom b c 1376 d c 1432 m Margaret
By22 =24 Henry de Byrom b c 1396 d c 1454
m Lucy Parr b c 1395 had issue
By21 =23 John de Byrom b c 1410 leigh Lancashire d c 1441 Lancashire
m Margaret Lever
By20 =22 Henry de Byrom b 1438 d 1506 m Constance
By19 =21 Sir John Byrom of Byrom b 1461 Lancashire d there 1505
m Margaret Lever b c 1462
-1 Elizabeth Byrom b c 1480 Lowton Lancshire d Ince Lncashire ?= Elizabeth Byron m William Gerard of Ince Ge 18 =20
-2 Thomas Byrom b 1481 d 1526 m Margaret Leyland dau of Sir William Leyland of Morleys and Anne Singleton
-3 Isobel Byrom
-1-1 Thomas Gerard of Ince m Matilda Bold dau of Sir Henry Bold of Bold
-1-2 Gilbert Gerard, of Ince
-1-3 Sir James Gerard b c 1510 m Margaret Holcroft dau of John Holcroft of Holcroft
-2-1 Sir Henry Byrom,
-2-2 John Byram
-2-4 William Byrom
-2-5 Elizabeth Byrom
-2-6 Raufe Byrom
-2-7 Simon Byrom
By19-2 Lucy Byrom
By19-3 Agnes Byrom
By19-4 Elizabeth Byrom
By19-5 Constance Byrom
By20-2 Raufe Byrom
By20-3 Thomas Byrom
By20-4 Simon Byrom
By22-2 Thomas Byrom
By22-3 Thurston Byrom
By22-4 Richard Byrom
By23-2 Simon Byrom
By23-3 Alicia Byrom
By24-2 John Byrom
By24-3 William Byrom
By24-4 Ibota Byrom
By28-2 Richard de Biron
By25 =27 Hugh de Byron/Buron b 1130 Horestan Castle Derby d 1166
m Albreda de Meschines b c 1126 Chester d by 1166
By24 =26 Roger de Byron b c 1157 Horestan Castle Derby d 1199
m Nichola de Verdun b 1165 Horestan Castle Derby d there 1200
By23 =25 Sir Robert de Byron, Lord of Clayton b c 1196 d c 1221 Clayton
m1 Cecelia de Clayton b 1174 Clayton Yorkshire d there 1230
+1 Richard de Clayton b 1150 Clayton Lancashire +2 Lord William Clayton b 1120 Rhuddlin Flint d 1152 Leyland Lancashire
Elizabeth Farrington b 1120 Farrington Popham Hampshire d 1151 Clayton Manor Lancashire
From geni.com: Although a 'manor' of DROYLSDEN is spoken of in the 16th century the word seems to have been used improperly. The only manor in the township was that of CLAYTON, for four centuries the seat of the Byron family. (fn. 19) To Robert de Byron the elder Robert Grelley, between 1194 and1212, granted fourteen oxgangs of his demesne of Manchester to be held by the service of half a knight. (fn. 20) The original grant was of Clayton and Barnetby; this was increased by land in Tunstead and two oxgangs of land in Failsworth, but Tunstead was soon afterwards surrendered. (fn. 21) Robert de Byron married Cecily, and had several sons; (fn. 22) in 1212 Robert's heirs were in possession of his lands; but one son, Robert, who appears to have been the eldest, afterwards surrendered all his rights to his brother Richard, (fn. 23) and it was this Richard who had a grant of the king's moiety of Failsworth. Richard de Byron's name occurs as early as 1203; (fn. 24) several grants by and to him are known. (fn. 25) The next known (fn. 26) in possession of Clayton was John de Byron, later a knight, who appears all through the latter part of the 13th century. (fn. 27) He was son of Richard, (fn. 28) probably a second bearer of the name. Sir John married Joan, with whom he had lands in the parish of Rochdale. (fn. 29) He acquired also the estate of Royton. (fn. 30) He and his wife Joan were still living in 1298. (fn. 31) ....
From: 'Townships: Droylsden', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4 (1911), pp. 282-287. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41423 Date accessed: 10 Dec 2013.
By22 =24 Sir John de Byron, lord of Clayton b 1217 Clayton w Yorkshire d there 1279 Clayton
m Joan Thies b 1226 Clayton Lancashire d 1290
+1 Baldwin Thies b 1200 Leeds W Yorkshire d 1235
m Margery de Eland
-a Cecelia Clayton m Sir Robert de Byron, Lord of Clayton b c 1196 d c 1221 Clayton s.a.
+2 Thirass de Clayton b 1175 Clayton Yorkshire
+2 Hugh de Elland b 1175 Elland w Yorkshire d 1230 Huddersfield w Yorkshire
m Joan de York b 1182 d 1204
+3 Richard de Clayton b 1150 Clayton Lancashire +4 Lord William Clayton b 1120 Rhuddlin Flint d 1152 Leyland Lancashire
Elizabeth Farrington b 1120 Farrington Popham Hampshire d 1151 Clayton Manor Lancashire
By21 =23 Sir John Byron b c 1253 Clayton w Yorkshire d 1339
m Alice Banastre b c 1257 Waltonb Lancashire
+1 Jacobus Banastre b c 1230 Mollington Banastre Cheshire
m Ellen Butler
+2 Sir Robert de Banastre b c 1219 Newton de Willows Lancashire d c 1286 Chester
Clemence de Orreby b c 1221 Elford Staffordshire d 1258 Chester
+3 Sir Thurston de Banastre
m Cecilia de Mohaut b 1197 d 1217
+3 Sir Phillip de Orreby, II b 1183 Chester d 1230 Elford Staffordshire
m Leuca de Mohaut b c 1196 Chester d there 1227
+4 Sir Phillip de Orreby
m Alice de Baumville b c 1185
+4 Roger de Montalt b c 1200 Castle Montalt Hawarden Flint Wales d 18 Jun 1260 Castle Rising Norfolk
m Cecily d'Aubigny of Arundelb 1208 Arundel d 18 Jun 1260 Chester
+5
+5 Roger DeMohaut
m Nichole b 1175 Castle Rising Norfolk
+5 William "Strong Hand" d'Aubigny/Albini b c 1139 Buckenham wWayland Norfolk d there 24 Dec 1193, 1st Earl of Arundel and Sussex 1st Earl of Lincoln
m Adelicia de Louvain/van Leuven b c 1105 Leuven Flanders d c 23 Apr 1151 Affligem Abbey Flanders she m1 Henry "Beauclerc" King of England
By20 =22 Richard Byron b 1274 Clayton w Yorkshire d there 28 Jun 1346
m Agnes/?Elizabeth x b 1278 d 1340
By19 =21 Sir James Byron b c 1299 Clayton Yorkshire d by 1350/1 continued below
m c 1326 Elizabeth Barnake b c 1301 Clayton Yorkshire
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By19 =21. Sir James Byron b c 1299 Clayton Yorkshire d by 1350 continued from above
m c 1326 Elizabeth Barnake b c 1301 Clayton Yorkshire
By18-1 Sir John Byron b c 1327 Clayton
By18 =20 By18. Sir Richard Byron of Byron and Clayton b 1327/8 Clayton d 19 Jun 1397
m c 1374 Joan de Colewick b c 1323 Colewick Nottingham d aft 1397
By17 =19 Sir John Byron of Clayton b 1386 d c 1464
m c 1441 Margery Booth dau of John Booth of Barton
By16-1 Sir Nicholas Byron of Clayton b c 1410
m Alice Butler dau of
+1 Sir John Butler of Bewsey
m Isabel Harington dau of Sir William Harington
+2 William Boteler of Bewsey and Warrington b about 1365 d 26.09.1415
m Elizabeth Standish d 1441, dau of Robert de Standish
By16-1-1 Sir John Byron of Clayton (dsp) b about 1430
By16-1-2 Sir Nicholas Byron of Clayton b c 1460
m. Jane Bussey (dau of Sir John Bussey of Haugham)
-1 Sir John Byron of Clayton and Newstead Abbey b c 1480<
m1. Isabell Shelton (dsp, dau of Peter Shelton of Lynne)
p/m2. Elizabeth Casterden (dau of William Casterden) Born before their marriage was ...
-1-1 John Byron of Newsted and Papulwicke b c 1510
m. Alice Strelley (dau of Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley)
-1-1-1 Nicholas Byron (dsp)
-1-1-2 Anthony Byron dsp
m. Margaret Beaumond (dau of _ Beaumond of Coleorton)
-1-1-3 Sir John Byron of Newsted or Newstead b about 1540
m. Margaret Fitzwilliams (dau of Sir William Fitzwilliams)
-1-1-3-1 Sir John Byron of Newstead (d 28.09.1625)
m Anne Molyneux (dau of Sir Richard Molyneux, 1st Bart of Sefton)
-1-1-3-2 Nicholas Byron (Colonel)
-1-1-3-3 Anne Byron
m. John Atherton of Skelton (son of John of Atherton by Catherine Conyers)
-1-1-3-4 Allice Byron Visitation suggests that this was the Alice who married Sir John Radcliff of Ordsall but BLG1952 (Radclyffe of Foxdenton and Hyde) identifies her as daughter of Anne Molyneux.
-1-1-3-5 Margaret Byron dsp
m Gilbert Armstrong of Thorpe
-1-1-3-6 Mary Byron br>m1. ??
m2 Thomas Hutchinson of Owthorpe
-1-1-4 Isabell Byron
m. Thomas Skeffington of Skeffington d 1600 XREFOSOS
-1-1-5 Elizabeth Byron
m. John Atherton of Atherton
-1-1-6 Mary Byron bur 12 Jan 1591-2
m. Sir Richard Assheton of Middleton, Sheriff of Lancashire (d 27.12.1617)
-2 Nicholas Byron (captain)
-2-1 Gefferey Byron
m. x Freeman of Bedfordshire
-2-1-1 Sybill Byron
m. William Spence of London
-2-1-2 Alice Byron
m William Walden of St. Ives, Huntingdonshire
-2-1-3+ other issue - Thomas of London (dsp), Richard, Elizabeth (dsp)
-3 Mary Byron
m. Christopher Wimbreth of Norton
-4 Dorothy Byron (5th/youngest dau) identified on web site
m Edmund Pierrepont of Holme Pierrepont
By16-1-3 Margery Byron
m Sir Robert Fowlesherst
By16-1-4 Alice Byron
m Henry Sutton (son of Robert of Aleham)
By16-1-5 daughter
m Sir John Savage KG
By16-1-6 Visitation also shows an unnamed daughter as married to John Radcliffe of Radcliffe Tower. Noting that her husband was of the family that was previously known as of Radcliffe Tower, we suspect that this was ...
Elizabeth Byron
m Richard Radclyffe of Oswaldtwistle and Moston (b 1454, dsp 08.06.1502)
By16-2 Raffe Byron
By16-2-1 Nicholas Byron b c 1460
m x FitzGeoffrey
-1 Sibbell Byron
m. William Spence of Pargrave
-2 Allice Byron
m. William Walden of Erith
-3 Elizabeth Byron (dsp)
By18 Richard Byron of Byron
By17 Margaret Byron
m y Staunton
St16 Margery Staunton
m Thomas Welsh of Onlip = Thomas Walsh of Wanlip or Wanlep
Wa15 Ellen Walsh
m Sir William Littleton of Franckley d 1507
Wa15-2 Elizabeth Walsh
m Sir Raff Shirley d 1517
By17-2 Johanna Byron probably of this generation
m William Basset, 'Viscomes Stafford' (a 1465, 1491)
By16 Ellen Byron b c 1425
m by 1442 Sir Walter Blount, 1st Lord Mountjoy b c1420, d 01.08.1474
+1
authorīs line of descent, registered at the College of Arms Bl15 William Blount dvp after 1471
m Margaret Echingham d 1481, dau of Sir Thomas Echyngham of Etchingham
-1 John Blount dsp
-2 Edward Blount, 2nd Lord Mountjoy b c 1464, d 01.12.1475 m 1475 Anne Cobham d 26.06.1526, dau of Sir Thomas Cobham
-3 Elizabeth Blount m Sir Andrew Windsor, 1st Lord (b 1467, d 30.03.1543)
-4 Anne Blount m1 Sir Thomas Oxenbridge m2 Sir David Owen of Medhurst

-3-1 Elizabeth Windsor, ?m George Paulet
-3-2 George Windsor
-3-3 Eleanor Windsor m1 Ralph le Scrope 9th Lord Scrope of Masham, m2 Sir Edward Neville.
-3-4 William Windsor (2nd Baron Windsor of Bradenham)
-3-5 Andrew Windsor b c 1492
-3-6 Edmund Windsor b c 1494 d aft Jan 1553
-3-7 Anne Windsor
-3-8 Edith Windsor+ m George Ludlow, Sheriff of Wiltshire, had issue
-3-9 Thomas Windsor

-3-8-1 Sir Edmund Ludlow  - m. 1st Bridget Coker, dau. of Henry Coker of Maypowder, Dorset. Bur. Sept. 1587, Hill Deverhill, Wilts. m. 2nd Margaret Manning, dau. of Henry Manning and Katherine Kirkener, widow Viscountess Howard of Binden, Wid. of Thomas Howard Viscount Binden,
-3-8-2 Thomas Ludlow b c 1555 m. Jane Pyle
-3-8-3 Anne Ludlow, m Thomas Hall of London, son of Roger Hall and Margaret, and had a daughter, Helen Hall.
-3-8-4 Margaret Ludlow m Robert Vaux of Odiham, Hants
-3-8-5 Jane Ludlow, m Nicholas Bassett son of William Bassett and Cecily Gore
-3-8-6 Mary Ludlow m Hugh Ryley
-3-8-7 Ursula Ludlow m 1st Rev. William Earth,
-3-8-8 Philippa Ludlow, m Thomas Zouch, son of Sir John Zouch

-3-8-2-1 George Ludlow, bap7 Sep 1583 at Dinton d before 1596.
-3-8-2-2 Gabriell Ludlow, bap 10 Feb. 1587 at Dinton m 1625 Phyllis Wakelyn b 1605/7 d 18 Dec 1657 dau of Alban Wakelyn and Anne Amy Washington and granddaughter of Robert Washington
-3-8-2-3 Roger Ludlow, bap 1590 at Dinton, admitted to the Inner Temple 28 Jan. 1613,
-3-8-2-4 Anne Ludlow, bap 1591 at Dinton, bur. 8 July 1613 at Dinton.
-3-8-2-5 Thomas Ludlow; bap 3 Mar 1593 at Baverstock, co. Wilts, England; m. Jane Bennett, dau of John Bennett, 1624 at Warminster, co. Wilts d. 1646 at Warminster, co. Wilts, England. He resided at Warminster, Wiltshire, England. His inventory taken 16 Jun 1646. According to ysearch.org/CJXHA he had a son, Gabriel Ludlow b about 1634 in England d about 1690 and grandson b about 1634 emigrated to NY and d. there in 1736.
-3-8-2-6 George Ludlow, bap 1596 at Dinton, acquired 1/16th share of the Mayflower, emigrated to Virginia.

-3-8-2-2-1 Gabriel Ludlow, bapt at Warminster 13 Aug. 1622, admitted to the Inner Temple 13 June 1638, killed at the Battle of Newbury in 1644
-3-8-2-2-2 Lt. Col. Thomas Ludlow bapt 1 Nov. 1624 (? mentioned in Jane Ludlow's Wa11 Will proved 6 July 1650). Thomas apparently d in Virginia before 1661.
-3-8-2-2-3 Francis Ludlow, bap Warminster 10 Sept. 1626, living at Maiden Bradley in 1666, issue.
-3-8-2-2-4 Anne Ludlow, bap at Warminster 4 Dec 1628
-3-8-2-2-5 Elizabeth Ludlow, bap 18 Oct. 1632 at Maiden Bradley
-3-8-2-2-6 John Ludlow, b c 1634 mentioned in Jane Pyle Ludlow's Py11 Will proved 6 July 1650. Lived in Virginia, d before 15 Sep 1664.
-3-8-2-2-7 Sarah Ludlow b c 1635 m c 1656 Col John Carter, mentioned in Jane Pyle Ludlow's Py11 Will proved 6 July 1650

-3-8-2-2-7-1 Sarah Carter
-3-8-2-2-7-2 Charles Carter
-3-8-2-2-7-3 Robert Carter b 1663 d 1732 m1 1688 to Judith Armistead Ar9 dau of John Armistead Arl0 and Judith Bowles Robinson Ro10
Bl15-2 John Blount, Gov of Guisnes, 3rd Lord Mountjoy d 12.10.1485
m by 1477 Lora Berkeley d c 12.1501, dau of Sir Edward Berkeley of Beverton Castle
Bl15-3 Sir James Blount (a 1485
Bl15-1
By16-4 Margaret Byron (a 1479) probably of this generation
m1 Sir William Atherton of Atherton d 1440
m2 Sir Robert Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt d 14.11.1471
By16-6 Mary Byron possibly of this generation
m Sir John de Assheton of Assheton (a 1413)

Source: Visitation (Nottinghamshire, 1569+1614, Byron)
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