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Descendants of EDWARD I OF ENGLAND

Generation No. 1

1. EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND. He married (1) MARGUERITE DE FRANCE. He married (2) ALIANORE DE CASTILLE.

Notes

King of England

Ref: Carr's Dictionary of English Kings, Consorts, Pretenders, Usurpers, unnatural Claimants & royal Athelings.

Edward I, (Longshanks, Malleus Scortorum) d. 1307 aged 67, of a violent flux. He was unusually tall and had curly hair, sparkling black eyes, one drooping eyelid and a stammer. His first wife, Eleanor of castile, bore 15 children and inspired an astonishing progress of memorial crosses, built whilst he was enjoying a second wife, 42 years his junior. This choleric man banished the Jews, planned several new towns, stole the Stone of Scone, subdued Wales and, at death's approach, still consumed with a lifelong antipathy against Scotsmen ordered that, after his heart had been despatched to Jerusalem, his bones must be borne before an invading army.

Child of EDWARD ENGLAND and MARGUERITE DE FRANCE is:

2. i. THOMAS OF2 NORFOLK.

Child of EDWARD ENGLAND and ALIANORE DE CASTILLE is:

3. ii. JOAN OF2 ENGLAND.

Generation No. 2

2. THOMAS OF2 NORFOLK (EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). He married ALICE DE HALES.

Notes

Earl of Norfolk

Child of THOMAS NORFOLK and ALICE DE HALES is:

4. i. MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK.

3. JOAN OF2 ENGLAND (EDWARD I OF1). She married GILBERT DE CLARE.

Child of JOAN ENGLAND and GILBERT DE CLARE is:

5. i. ALIANOR3 DE CLARE.

Generation No. 3

4. MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK (THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). She married JOHN DE SEGRAVE.

Child of MARGARET NORFOLK and JOHN DE SEGRAVE is:

6. i. ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE.

5. ALIANOR3 DE CLARE (JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1). She married HUGH LE DESPENSER.

Child of ALIANOR DE CLARE and HUGH LE DESPENSER is:

7. i. ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER.

Generation No. 4

6. ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE (MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). She married JOHN DE MOWBRAY.

Child of ELIZABETH DE SEGRAGVE and JOHN DE MOWBRAY is:

8. i. JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY.

7. ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER (ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1). She married RICHARD FITZ ALAN.

Child of ISABEL LE DESPENSER and RICHARD ALAN is:

9. i. EDMUND FITZ5 ALAN.

Generation No. 5

8. JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY (ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). She married THOMAS GRAY.

Child of JOAN DE MOWBRAY and THOMAS GRAY is:

10. i. SIR JOHN6 GREY, b. Aft 1384; d. March 22, 1420/21.

9. EDMUND FITZ5 ALAN (ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1). He married SIBYL DE MONTAGU.

Notes

Knt.

Child of EDMUND ALAN and SIBYL DE MONTAGU is:

11. i. PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN.

Generation No. 6

10. SIR JOHN6 GREY (JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND) was born Aft 1384, and died March 22, 1420/21. He married JOANE CHARLETON, daughter of EDWARD CHERLETON and ALIANOR DE HOLAND.

Notes

Created Earl of Thankerville in 1418.

Ref. "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris, p 168

John Grey, Knt, K.G., younger son, was born after 1384. He fought at the battle of Agincourt on 25 Oct. 1415. On 31 Jan 1418/9 he was granted the comte' of Tancarville in Normandy, in tail male. he was married to Joan Charleton, elder daughter and co-heiress of Edward Cherleton, Knt, 5th Lord Cherleton, of Powis, co. Montgomery, by his first wife, Alianor, eldest daughter of Thomas de holand, Earl of Kent (descendant of King Edward I). She was born about 1400 (aged twenty-one in 1421), and inherited the Lordship of Powis. Sir John Grey was slain at the battle of Bauge in Anjou on 22 Mar 1420/1. His widow died on 17 Sep. 1425.

Child of SIR GREY and JOANE CHARLETON is:

12. i. HENRY7 GREY, b. ABT 1418; d. January 13, 1449/50.

11. PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN (EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1). She married RICHARD CERGEAUX.

Children of PHILIPPE ALAN and RICHARD CERGEAUX are:

13. i. ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, b. ABT 1378; d. August 21, 1414.

ii. RICHARD CERGEAUX, d. 1306, Norton, co. Oxford,.

Generation No. 7

12. HENRY7 GREY (SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND) was born ABT 1418, and died January 13, 1449/50. He married ANTIGONE PLANTAGENET Aft January 3, 1434/35, daughter of HUMPHREY PLANTAGENET and ELEANOR COBHAM.

Notes

Ref. "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris, p 168.

Knt., Earl of Tancarville in Normandy, was born about 1418 (aged one and a half and more at his father's death). He was married after 3 Jan. 1434/5 to Antigone of Gloucester, base-born daughter of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (son of King Henry Iv). She was born before 1428. Sir Henry Grey died on 13 Jan. 1449/50. His widow was married for the second time to Jean D'Amancier , Seigneur d'Amancier.

Child of HENRY GREY and ANTIGONE PLANTAGENET is:

14. i. ELIZABETH8 GREY, b. ABT 1440; d. Aft 1501, Shropshire.

13. ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX (PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) was born ABT 1378, and died August 21, 1414. She married WILLIAM DE MARNEY ABT July 1388.

Notes

Ref Book: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", By David Faris

Elizabeth Cergeaux, elder daughter and co-heiress, was born about 1378 (aged twenty-one in 1399), and was sister and co-heiress of Richard Cergeaux (died 1306) receiving Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, and property in Cornwall. She was married about July 1388 to William De Marney, Knt., of Layer Marney, Essex, and Kingsey, co. Buckingham, MP for Essex and, Hertfordshire, son and heir of Robert de Marney, Knt., of Layer Marney, by his second wife Alice, daughter of Richard Lacer, of Bromley, Kent. He was born about 1370. They had two sons and two daughters. She predeceased her husband. "Sir William de Marny, knt., Leyr Marny, Essex" died testate (P.C.C., 29 Marche, codicil 31 Marche) on 21 Aug. 1414.

Child of ELIZABETH CERGEAUX and WILLIAM DE MARNEY is:

15. i. ANNE8 DE MARNEY, d. buried at East Horndon, Essex.

Generation No. 8

14. ELIZABETH8 GREY (HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND) was born ABT 1440, and died Aft 1501 in Shropshire. She married SIR ROGER KYNASTON 1465, son of GRUFFUDD KYNASTON.

Notes

Ref. "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris, p 169.

Elizabeth Gray, was born about 1440. She was married for the first time to ________ ________. She was married for the second time in 1465 to roger Kynaston, Knt., of Middle, co. Salop, Constable of Harlech Castle, Sheriff of Shropshire, son of Gruffudd ap John Kynaston, of Stokes, co. Salop, by Margred ferch John Hord, of Walford, co. Salop. He was born about 1430, and had been married previously to Elizabeth, widow of "Richard Lord Strange of Knockin" (died 1450), and daughter of "Lord Cobham, of Sterborough", and had one son Thomas. His first wife died in 1453. Roger and elizabeth had two sons and six daughters. Sir Roger Kynaston died in 1495/6. His widwo died in Shropshire after 1501.

Children of ELIZABETH GREY and SIR KYNASTON are:

16. i. HUMPHREY9 KYNASTON, b. Of Marton in Middle, co. Salop,; d. ABT May 1534.

ii. JANE KYNASTON.

iii. MARY KYNASTON.

15. ANNE8 DE MARNEY (ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) died in buried at East Horndon, Essex. She married THOMAS TYRELL, son of JOHN TYRRELL and ALICE COGGESHALL.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris p.146

Anne De Marney, was married to Thomas Tyrell, Knt., of Heron, Esses, son and heir of John Tyrell, Knt., of Heron, by Alice, daughter and heiress of William Coggeshall, Knt., of Codham Hall. They had four sons and one duaghter.

"Sir thomas Tyrell knyght of Esthornedon Essex" died testate in 1476. They were buried at East Horndon, Essex.

Children of ANNE DE MARNEY and THOMAS TYRELL are:

i. ROBERT9 TYRRELL, m. CHRISTIAN HARTSHORN.

17. ii. HUMPHREY TYRRELL.

Generation No. 9

16. HUMPHREY9 KYNASTON (ELIZABETH8 GREY, HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND) was born in Of Marton in Middle, co. Salop,, and died ABT May 1534. He married ELSBETH KYFFIN, daughter of MAREDUDD (lnu).

Notes

Ref. "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris, p 169.

Humphrey Kynaston, of Marton in Middle, co. Salop, Constable of Middle Castle, first son by second marriage, was married for the first time to Margred Ferch William, daughter of William ap Griffith ap Robin, and had one son and one daughter. He was married for the second time to Elsbeth Ferch Maredudd ap Hywel (or Elizabeth Kyffin, daughter of Maredudd ap Hywel ap Maurice of Glascoed, ap Ivan Gethyn of Gartheyr, by Tomasin ferch Richard. they had three sons and two daughters. The will of Humphrey Kynaston was dated 1 May 1534 and proved 16 Jan. 1534/5.

Child of HUMPHREY KYNASTON and ELSBETH KYFFIN is:

18. i. MARGARET10 KYNASTON.

17. HUMPHREY9 TYRRELL (ANNE8 DE MARNEY, ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1). He married (1) ELIZABETH WALWIN. He married (2) ISABEL HELION.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris p.146.

Huphrey Tyrell, Gent., of Little Warley, Essex, third son, was married for the first time to Isabel Helion, daughter and heiress of John Helion, Esq., of Belchamps Walter, Essex. They had five daughters. He was married for the second time to Elizabeth Walwin, duaghter of John Walwin, Esq., and had issue.

Child of HUMPHREY TYRRELL and ISABEL HELION is:

19. i. ANNE10 TYRRELL, d. 1534, Buried at Wethersfield.

Generation No. 10

18. MARGARET10 KYNASTON (HUMPHREY9, ELIZABETH8 GREY, HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). She married JOHN LLOYD, son of IEVAN LLOYD.

Notes

Margaret Kynaston, was married to John Ap Ieuan ab Owain, of Dyffryn, son of Ieuan ab Owain ap Ieuan Deg, by Gwenhwyuar ferch Maredudd Llwyd, of Meifod.

Child of MARGARET KYNASTON and JOHN LLOYD is:

20. i. HUMPHREY11 LLOYD , WYNNE.

19. ANNE10 TYRRELL (HUMPHREY9, ANNE8 DE MARNEY, ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) died 1534 in Buried at Wethersfield. She married ROGER WENTWORTH.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris

Anne Tyrell, heiress to her mother Isabel, was married to Roger Wentworth, Knt., of Cobham Hall, Wethersfield and Gosfield, Essex, jure uxoris, Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire, son of Henry Wentworth, of Cobham Hall (of Magna Charta Surety descent and descendant of Charlemagne), by Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Howard, of Terrington Howards, Norfolk (of Magna Charta Surety descent and descendant of Charlemagne). They had four sons and two daughters.

Child of ANNE TYRRELL and ROGER WENTWORTH is:

21. i. MARGERY11 WENTWORTH, d. Aft 1532.

Generation No. 11

20. HUMPHREY11 LLOYD , WYNNE (MARGARET10 KYNASTON, HUMPHREY9, ELIZABETH8 GREY, HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). He married MAWD PRYCE, daughter of OLIVER PRYCE.

Notes

Ref. "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris, p 169

Humphrey Wynne, of Duffryn in Meifod, co. Montgomery, was married to Mawd Ferch Oliver AP Thomas Pryce, daughter of Oliver ap Thomas Pryce, of Newtown, co. Montgomery, by Catrin Ferch Morus of Llangedwyn in Mochnant is Rhaiadr

Child of HUMPHREY LLOYD and MAWD PRYCE is:

22. i. CATRIN (KATHERINE) LLOYD12 WYNNE.

21. MARGERY11 WENTWORTH (ANNE10 TYRRELL, HUMPHREY9, ANNE8 DE MARNEY, ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) died Aft 1532. She married JOHN BERNEY, son of JOHN BERNEY and ELIZABETH MUNDEFORD.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris

Margery Wentworth, was married to John Berney, son of John Berney of Reedham, Norfolk, by Elizabeth, daughter of Osbert Mundeford, Esq., of Hockford. He had been married previously to Alice, daughter of Richard Southwell, of Woodrising, Norfolk. John & Margery had two sons. Margery was living in 1532.

Child of MARGERY WENTWORTH and JOHN BERNEY is:

23. i. JOHN12 BERNEY, b. ABT 1518; d. 1557.

Generation No. 12

22. CATRIN (KATHERINE) LLOYD12 WYNNE (HUMPHREY11 LLOYD , WYNNE, MARGARET10 KYNASTON, HUMPHREY9, ELIZABETH8 GREY, HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND). She married JOHN LLOYD ABT 1612, son of DAFYDD LLWYD and ALES LLWYD.

Notes

Ref. "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris, p 170

Catrin (or Katherine) Wynne, daughter and co-heiress, was married about 1612 to her cousin John Lloyd, Gent., of Dolobran Hall in Meiford, co. Montgomery, Wales, son of Dafydd Llwyd, of Dolobran, by Ales, daughter of Dafydd Llwyd of Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr, Esq. He was born in 1575, and resided at Coedcowryd. John Lloyd, Gent., was buried at Meifod on 25 May 1636.

Child of CATRIN WYNNE and JOHN LLOYD is:

24. i. CHARLES13 LLOYD, b. 1613, Dolobran Hall, Wales.

23. JOHN12 BERNEY (MARGERY11 WENTWORTH, ANNE10 TYRRELL, HUMPHREY9, ANNE8 DE MARNEY, ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) was born ABT 1518, and died 1557. He married (1) MARGARET READ, daughter of WILLIAM READ. He married (2) ALICE FERRER ABT 1552.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris p.147

Esq. of Reedham, Norfolk, son and heir, was born about 1518 (aged eighteen at father's death). He was married for the first time to Margaret Read, daughter of William Read, of Beecles, Sussolk. They had two sons and one daughter. He was married for the second time in 1552 to Alice Ferrer, relict of William Sydnor, Esq., and daughter of Robert Ferrer, Esq. John Berney, Esq., died testate in 1557.

Child of JOHN BERNEY and MARGARET READ is:

25. i. HENRY13 BERNEY, d. 1584, Buried at Reedham, England.

Generation No. 13

24. CHARLES13 LLOYD (CATRIN (KATHERINE) LLOYD12 WYNNE, HUMPHREY11 LLOYD , WYNNE, MARGARET10 KYNASTON, HUMPHREY9, ELIZABETH8 GREY, HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND) was born 1613 in Dolobran Hall, Wales. He married ELIZABETH STANLEY, daughter of THOMAS STANLEY.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris p.170

Esq., of Dolobran Hall, son and heir, was born in 1613. He was married to Elizabeth Stanley, daughter of Thomas Stanley, of Knockin, Co. Salop. They had three sons. He built a Friends meeting house near Dolobran Hall about 1660. Charles Lloyd, Esq., was buried in Meivod parish on 17 Aug. 1657 (will dated 17 June 1651.)

Children of CHARLES LLOYD and ELIZABETH STANLEY are:

i. CHARLES14 LLOYD, b. December 9, 1637, of Dolobran; m. (1) ELIZABETH LORT; m. (2) ANN LAWRENCE.

ii. JOHN LLOYD, b. 1638; m. JANE GRESHAM.

iii. ELIZABETH LLOYD, b. 1639; m. HENRY PARRY.

26. iv. THOMAS LLOYD, b. February 17, 1640/41, Dolobran, Montgomeryshire, Wales; d. September 10, 1694, Philadelphia, PA.

25. HENRY13 BERNEY (JOHN12, MARGERY11 WENTWORTH, ANNE10 TYRRELL, HUMPHREY9, ANNE8 DE MARNEY, ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) died 1584 in Buried at Reedham, England. He married ALICE APPLETON, daughter of ROGER APPLETON.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris p.147

Henry Berney Esq., of Park Hall in Reedham, son and heir, was married to Alice Appleton, daughter of Roger Appleton, Esq., of Dartford, Kent (descendant of King Edward I), by his wife Agnes, daughter of Walter Clarke, Gent., of Hadleighk, Suffolk. "Henry Berney, esquier, Readeham, Norfolk" died testate in 1584

Child of HENRY BERNEY and ALICE APPLETON is:

27. i. THOMAS14 BERNEY, d. 1616.

Generation No. 14

26. THOMAS14 LLOYD (CHARLES13, CATRIN (KATHERINE) LLOYD12 WYNNE, HUMPHREY11 LLOYD , WYNNE, MARGARET10 KYNASTON, HUMPHREY9, ELIZABETH8 GREY, HENRY7, SIR JOHN6, JOAN5 DE MOWBRAY, ELIZABETH4 DE SEGRAGVE, MARGARET OF3 NORFOLK, THOMAS OF2, EDWARD I OF1 ENGLAND) was born February 17, 1640/41 in Dolobran, Montgomeryshire, Wales, and died September 10, 1694 in Philadelphia, PA. He married (1) MARY JONES September 9, 1665 in at Friends 'Meeting in Shrosphire, Wales. He married (2) PATIENCE (GARDINER) STORY ABT 1684.

Notes

Immigrated to PA in 1683

Ref: "Colonial & Revolutionary Families of PA", John W. Jordan, Vol. 1, 1911, GPC 1978 reprint

LLOYD FAMILY

Thomas Lloyd, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania, 1684-88, and 1690-93, though a consistent member of the Society of Friends and a typical representative of that good old Quaker stock of solid respectability and sterling worth without the ostentation of pomp and display, whose home life lent such a peculiar charm of social life of the City of Brotherly Love, in Colonial days, was nevertheless of royal descent,and traced his ancestry on both maternal and paternal lines back to Edward I., of England, and on more remote paternal lines back through a long line of princes of ancient Britain. The surname of Lloyd had its original with Owen, son of Ievan Teg, otherwise, "Evan the Handsome", whose family had owned and occupied Dolobran, Wales, since 1496, and like all the old Welsh families traced its ancestry back to the Dark Ages. Owen Lloyd married Katherine Vaughn, and his brother, David Lloyd, of Dolobran, married Eva, daughter of David Goch Esq., and David Lloyd, son of David and Eva, had son John Lloyd, grandfather of Governor Lloyd, who married Catharine, daughter of Humphrey Lloyd Wyn, whose father John Lloyd, was a son of Ievan Lloyd and grandson of Owen Lloyd and Katherine Vaughn. John Lloyd, grandfather of Catharine, married Margaret Kynaston, who was a lineal descendant of Edward I., through the following line: Jane, "the fair maid of Kent," granddaughter of Edward I., and daughter of Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent, married (first Sir Thomas Holland, who was thereupon made Earl of Kent, and (second) Edward, the Black Prince, becoming by the second marriage the mother of Richard II. Her eldest son, Sir Thomas Holland, who succeeded his father of Earl of Kent and was later Marshall of England, had a daughter Eleanor who married (first) roger Mortimer, Earl of March, from which marriage descended Edward IV., and (second) Edward Cherleton , Lord of Powys, by whom she had a daughter Joane, who married Sir John Grey, who in 1418, was created Earl of Tankerville. Henry Grey, Earl of Tankerville, son of Sir John and Joane, married Antigone, daughter of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester who was a son of Henry IV., and had a duaghter Elizabeth, who married Roger Kynaston Esq., and their son, Humphrey Kynaston, was the father of Margaret Kynaston, who married John Lloyd, as above noted, and whose granddaughter Catharine married another John Lloyd, the grandfather of Thomas Lloyd of PA.

Charles Lloyd, of Dolobran, Montgomeryshire, Wales, son of John and Catherine, and father Governor Thomas Lloyd, was born at Dolobran, in 1613. He was a magistrate of Montgomeryshire, and had emblazoned on a panel at Dolobran, his coat-of-arms, with fifteen quarterings, impaled with the armes of his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Stanley, of Knockden, and a descendant of the Earls of Derby. The paternal or Lloyd arms were "azure, a chevron between three cocks argent", and the different quarterings show the descent of Governor Lloyd from the ancient male lines of the Lords of Powys, the cherletons, Greys and Kynastons. The first quarter of the maternal arms in the shield of the Earls of Derby, differenced with a crescent charged with a crescent, which indicates that Thomas Stanley was descended from a second son of a second son.

Issue of Charles and Elizabeth (Stanley)Lloyd, of Dolobran:

Charles, inherited Dolobran, and was ancestor of the Lloyd who founded Lloyd's Banking House, in London;

John, was a clerk in chancery;

Thomas, came to Pennsylvania, in 1683;

Elizabeth, m. Henry Parry, of Penamser, Merionethshire, Wales.

Thomas Lloyd was born at Dolobran, Montgomeryshire, Wales about the year 1640, and was sent to Jesus college, Oxford, where he graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Arts, January 29, 1661. both he and his elder brother, Charles, with several others of the gentry of Montgomeryshire, became converted to the faith of the Society of Friends, under the teaching of George Fox in 1663, and both were imprisoned in 1664, and continued nominally prisoners until 1672, when Charles II., by letters patent, dispensed with the laws inflicting punishment for religious offences, when according to Besse, Charles Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd and others "were discharged from Montgomery Gaol." Thomas Lloyd seems, however, to have enjoyed a nominal liberty during at least a portion of this period, as it covers the date of his marriage, and his wife was permitted to visit him while in prison. Thomas Lloyd was a physician while residing in Wales, and had a large practice. Belonging as he did to the gentry class, and being a man of high intellectual ability, he exercised a wide influence in matters of state, though of the proscribed sect religiously. According to "The Friend", it was at his solicitation that Parliament was induced to abolish the long unused writ "de heretico comburendo", with the operation of which the Friends were threatened. He was tendered high place and influence if he would renouce his religion, but adhered to the faith. In 1681 he and his brother Charles held a public disputation at the town hall of Llanwilling, with Right Rev. William Lloyd, Bishop of Asaph, one of the noted prelates whom James II. committed to the Tower.

Thomas Lloyd and his wife and children embarked from London for Pennsylvania, June 10, 1683, on board the same ship with Francis Daniel Pastorius, the "Sage of Germantown," then on his way to take possession of the lands purchased by the Frankfort Company of William Penn, on which was planted the first German Colony in PA. Lloyd and the distinguished German scholar discoursed in Latin and discussed religious and political questions on the voyage, and cemented a friendship that continued through life. They arrived at Philadelphia 6 mo. (August) 20, 1683. On December 2, 1683, William Penn appointed Thomas Lloyd Master of rolls, the office having been created by the Assembly at the request of Penn, its object being to keep an exact record of the laws enacted for the Province, as well as a record of transfers of real estate and other legal documents. Thomas Lloyd was elected a member of the Governor's Council, qualified on 1 mo. 20, 1684, and was elected its president. Before sailing for Englnad, in August of the same year, William Penn executed a commission to his Council to act as Governor in his absence, made Thomas Lloyd Keeper of the Great Seal of the Province, and made him, with James claypoole and Robert Turner, Commissioners of Property, with authority to grant warrants of survey and issue patents to purchasers of land. The commission, vesting the governing power in Council, terminated in 1688, and through Lloyd desired to be relieved from office, Penn's commission arrived 12 mo. 9, 1687/8, vesting the powers of Deputy Governor in Thomas Lloyd, Robert Turner, John Simcock, Arthur Cooke and John Eckley, and this arrangement continued for ten months, when Penn, having offered Lloyd the Lieutenant Governorship, on his declination of the honor, appointed Capt. John Blackwell, then in New England, the Lieutenant Governor, Thomas Lloyd still retaining the positions of Master of Rolls and Keeper of the Great Seal. The administration of Blackwell was far from satisfactory to the Friends, and there was considerable clash between him and Lloyd as Keeper of the Seal, so that when Thomas Lloyd was returned as a member of the Council by Bucks county in March, 1687, Blackwell presented articles of impeachment against him, and failing to eject him from the Council, adjourned that body from time to time whenever Lloyd was present. On Penn's return Blackwell resigned, and on 11 mo. 2, 1689/90, the Council accepted Penn's ultimatum that the whole Council act as the governing body, elected Thomas Lloyd its president, and made him, as Keeper of the Seal, a member of the county court, ex-officio. He was later commissioned Lieutenant Governor and served until the arrival of Governor Fletcher, when he was offered the second place in the government, but declined. Thomas Lloyd died September 10, 1694, after eleven years residence in PA, during eight of which he had served as her chief executive. He was twice married, His first wife, Mary Jones, whom he married 9 mo. 9, 1665, at the Friends' Meeting in Shropshire, Wales, died in PA, and he married (second) Patience Story, a widow of New York, who survived him.

Children of THOMAS LLOYD and MARY JONES are:

i. HANNAH15 LLOYD, b. September 21, 1666; m. (1) JOHN DELAVAL; m. (2) RICHARD HILL.

ii. RACHEL LLOYD, b. January 20, 1666/67; m. SAMUEL PRESTON.

iii. MORDECAI LLOYD, b. December 7, 1669; d. 1694, lost at sea.

iv. JOHN LLOYD, b. February 3, 1670/71; d. 1692, s.p. at Jamacia.

v. MARY LLOYD, b. March 27, 1674; d. 1735; m. ISAAC NORRIS.

vi. THOMAS LLOYD, b. September 15, 1675; d. 1718; m. SARAH YOUNG.

vii. ELIZABETH LLOYD, b. March 1, 1676/77; d. July 22, 1704; m. DANIEL ZACHARY, April 9, 1700.

viii. MARGARET LLOYD, b. February 5, 1679/80; d. September 13, 1693.

ix. DEBORAH LLOYD, b. March 1, 1681/82; m. MORDECAI MOORE.

x. SAMUEL LLOYD, b. 1684, Philadelphia, PA; d. died young.

27. THOMAS14 BERNEY (HENRY13, JOHN12, MARGERY11 WENTWORTH, ANNE10 TYRRELL, HUMPHREY9, ANNE8 DE MARNEY, ELIZABETH7 CERGEAUX, PHILIPPE FITZ6 ALAN, EDMUND FITZ5, ISABEL4 LE DESPENSER, ALIANOR3 DE CLARE, JOAN OF2 ENGLAND, EDWARD I OF1) died 1616. He married JULIANA GAWDY.

Notes

Ref: "Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists", by David Faris p.147

Knt. of Park Hall in Reedham, son and heir, Sheriff of Norfolk, was married to Juliana Gawdy, daughter of Thomas Gawdy, Knt., of Redenhall, Norfolk, Justice of the Common Pleas. Sir Thomas Berney died intestate in 1616.

Child of THOMAS BERNEY and JULIANA GAWDY is:

i. FRANCES15 BERNEY, d. July 1, 1667, buried at Southacre, Norfolk, England; m. EDWARD BARKHAM, July 31, 1622, Tottenham, Middlesex, England.