Henry Crispe [55620]
Joan Dyer [55621]
Johannes (John) I Crispe [55618]
(Abt 1450-)
Joan Sevenoaks [55619]
(1486-)
Johannes (John) II Crispe [55616]
(Abt 1450-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Margareta Queke [55617]

2. unknown [56981]

Johannes (John) II Crispe [55616]

  • Born: Abt 1450, Canterbury, Kent, England, Great Britain
  • Marriage (1): Margareta Queke [55617]
  • Marriage (2): unknown [56981] in 1475 in prob. Kingston or Kingstone, Kent, Great Britain
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bullet  General Notes:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~chute/gp680.htm#head6


Type: The Visitation of Kent, 1619
Surname: Taylor, Crispe
Obtained By: John Philipot, Marshall and Deputy to William Camden, Clarenceux
Dates: 1619-1621
Publisher: The Harleian Society, Volume 42, London
Published: London, 1898
Page(s): 69 and 54 (Taylor); 73-75 (Crispe)
This Source Has Been Cited for: John Taylor <gp690.htm> and Elizabeth Chute Taylor; Johannes (John) Crispe II <gp680.htm> and Margareta Queke (or Quekes) Crispe
Online URL: 1619 Visitation of Kent <http://www.uk-genealogy.org.uk/england/Kent/visitation>
LOCA: Chute Family Records/GP690-6 (Taylor); GP680-6 (Crispe)


Record Type: E-Mail
Subject: Crispe of Birchington, Thanet: Monumental Brasses at Birchington, Thanet (west of Margate)
Author: Francis Chute
Recipient: Lionel Chute, Steve Chute, Jacqueline Chute
Date: MAR 2006
Text: "At Birchington (west of Margate) are monumental brasses to: (1) Alys, wife of John Crispe, 1518; (2) Margaret Cryspe, 1528; (3) Margaret Cryppys, 1533; (4) John Crysp and his wife Agnes, 1535. At Wrotham, a monumental brass to Elizabeth Crispe, 1615."
This Source Has Been Cited for: John Crispe <gp680.htm> and Avice (Alys) Denne Crispe and family.
GROUP NO: Chute Family Records/GP680-4


Record Type: E-Mail
Subject: Henry Crispe, M.P.
Author: Francis Chute
Recipient: Lionel Chute, Steve Chute, Jacqueline Chute
Date: MAR 2006
Text: "John Crispe was father of Charles Chute, junior's wife. Sir Henry Crispe, M.P. [son of John Crispe] was Philip Chute's uncle [source: Bindoff], i.e., presumably his mother's brother. Sir Henry Crispe (or Cripse), c. 1505-1575, second son of John Crispe of Birchington and Avice (nee Denne) was in the 1544 Boulogne campaign. Sir Thomas Cheney got him the Winchelsea seat: M.P. for Dover, 1533; for Winchelsea 1553; for Canterbury, 1558; Sheriff of Kent 1546-7. His son Nicholas Crispe (~1530-1564), M.P., Sandwich 1554, 1558, married (1) Frances, daughter of Sir Thomas Cheney, (2) Mary, daughter of Christopher Glemham of Glemham, Suffolk. Sheriff of Kent 1559/60. Predeceased his father. Both Henry and Nicholas were friends of Sir Thomas Cheney and were appointed executors of his Will."
This Source Has Been Cited for: John Crispe and Avice (Alys) Denne Crispe and family.
GROUP NO: Chute Family Records/GP680-4

Record Type: E-Mail
Subject: Sir Thomas Cheney: Cheneys of Shurland
Author: Francis Chute
Recipient: Lionel Chute, Steve Chute, Jacqueline Chute
Date: MAR 2006
Text: "Thomas (b. 1485) was known for "the proud and overbearing manner of his youth" (which he later curbed so as to become a successful diplomat and keep in favor with all 5 Tudor monarchs.) He had an elder half-brother Francis, but was free of parental restraint in his youth, because his father had died 1487 when Thomas was 2, and then their uncle John, Lord Cheney of Shurland (the one who fought at Bosworth) died in 1496 when Thomas was 11. So, one may ask, did Charles Chute go to Shurland after 1500, at the request of Suffolk Cheneys, and help teach Thomas to curb his natrual temper so as to survive the vicissitudes of the Tudor Court? (And if so - which Charles Chute, father or son?)
Sir Thomas Cheney's memorial tomb is at Minster Abbey Church, Sheppey (picture on the internet).
Cheneys were linked by marriage inter alia ["among other things"] to families of: (1) Sandys: husband of Thomas Cheney's aunt Sir William Sandys of the Vyne; (2) Chideake: wife of Lord Cheney, Thomas Cheney's uncle - Margaret, daughter of Sir John Chideake by Kath. Lumley; (3) Kempe: husband of Thomas Cheney's daughter Catherine - Sir Thomas Kempe of Wye; (4) Sir John Perrot: husband of Thomas Cheney's daughter Anne; (5) Crispe: husband of Thomas Cheney's daughter Frances - Nicholas, son of Sir Henry Crispe.
This Source Has Been Cited for: John Crispe and Avice (Alys) Denne Crispe and family.
GROUP NO: Chute Family Records/ALLIED:Cheney


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Johannes married Margareta Queke [55617] [MRIN: 551614598]. (Margareta Queke [55617] was born in 1486 in Birchington, Isle of Thanet, Kent, England, Great Britain.)


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Johannes next married unknown [56981] [MRIN: 551615154] in 1475 in prob. Kingston or Kingstone, Kent, Great Britain.




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