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|John Lister of Wrenthorpe a 1407|
|1.||Richard Lister of Wrenthorpe a 1419|
|2.||Thomas Lister of Wakefield a 1426|
|A.||Richard Lister of Wakefield a 1443|
|i.||Thomas Lister of Wakefield d 1507|
|a.||John Lister of Wakefield|
|m Elizabeth Beaumont d before 17.06.1545, dau of John Beaumont of Lascelles Hall by Alice, dau of John Soothill of Soothill Hall, m2. John Birkhead of Wakefield|
|1||Sir Richard Lister d 14.03.1553, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Chief Justice|
|m1 Jane Shirley dau of Sir Ralph Shirley of Wistneston, widow of Sir John Dawtrey sic of Petworth|
|m2 Elizabeth Stoke d 18.03.1567|
|A||Sir Michael Lister of Hurstbourne, Hampshire|
|m1 05.1529 Elizabeth Delabere b 1500, d 23.11.152, dau of Senarce De-la-Bere of Hereford|
|i||Richard Lister b 23.11.1532, d 1558|
|m Mary Wriothesley dau of Thomas, 1st Earl of Southampton|
|ii||Elizabeth Lister d 1582|
|The Blount records suggest that Elizabeth was a generation earlier but Maddison shows her as of this generation.|
|m Sir Richard Blount of Maple Durham d 1564|
|m2 Margery Horsman|
|iii+||other issue - Charles of New Winsdor b 1534, d 26.11.1613, Laurence d unm|
|2||Thomas Lister had issue|
|m c04.1505 Isabel Kent|
|m _ Thorpe of Thorpe|
|m Christopher Methley of Elston son of John of Elston by Joane, sister of Edmond Perrye, widow of _ Handard, son of John|
|The following comes from Visitation Nottinghamshire, 1569+1614, Lascells.|
|A||Bartholomew Methley of Elston|
|m Joan Bingham of Carralston|
|m John Lascells of Elston|
|b.||William Lister d before 22.01.1573|
|m Edith d before 14.08.1578|
|c.||Richard Lister of Wakefield|
Sources: Walker's Yorkshire Pedigrees 1942, Lister of Wakefield
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