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Thomas Dayntrie

Died after 1614

Father Humphrey Dayntrie
Mother Jane
Wife Margaret Alcocke
Children Elizabeth, Tristram, Amy


Thomas was probably born in Fauld in the late 1540s or early 1550s, the eldest (surviving) son of Humphrey and Jane. He had younger siblings Tristram, John & Ann, and possibly Elizabeth too (1).

He married Margaret Alcocke in Hanbury on 14th June 1579 (2), and their daughter Elizabeth was born the following year (3). Their son Tristram was born in 1583 (4) and younger daughter Amy in 1585 (5).

In 1582 he and Margaret sold some land (6), but otherwise nothing more is known of him except that he was apparently still living in 1614 (7).


Brief details of his children:



Sources:

  1. Thomas's date of birth is estimated in relation to his father being fairly newly married with just one son in 1549, and Thomas being his father's eldest living son by 1577. He is likely to have been either the son mentioned in 1549 or born relatively soon afterwards. See his father's page
  2. Parish Register of St Werburgh, Hanbury includes the entry:
    [1579]
    Weddinges
    Thomas Dantree et Margareta Alcocke [matri .....] 14 die Junii
  3. Parish Register of St Werburgh, Hanbury includes the entry:
    [1580, Chrysteninges] Elizabetha Dantree filia Thomas Dantree bapta fuit 2 die Aprilis
  4. Parish Register of St Werburgh, Hanbury includes the entry:
    [1583, Chrystininges] Trystram Dantree filius Thomas Dantree baptus fuit 22 Decemb
  5. Parish Register of St Werburgh, Hanbury includes the entry:
    [1585, Chrysteninges] Amy Dantree filia Thomas Dantree bapta fuit 5 Augusti
  6. Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Vol XV, 1894, page 143, amongst a collection of extracts from final concords lists one as follows:
    On the Morrow of All Souls. 24 Elizabeth.
    Between Thomas Swenson, complainant, and Thomas Dayntre and Margaret his wife, deforciants of 4 acres of meadow, and 4 acres of pasture in Fald.
    The deforciants remitted all right to Thomas Swenson and his heirs, for which Thomas Swenson gave them 40.
    .
  7. Collections for a History of Staffordshire, New Series, Vol IV, 1901, page 72, amongst a collection of extracts from final concords lists one as follows:
    On the Octaves of St Michael. 12 James I.
    Between William Burton, George Alsopp, and John Alcock, complainants, and Tristram Daintree and Lidia his wife, deforciants of a messuage, 4 acres of land, 30 acres of pasture, 3 acres of wood, and common of pasture for all cattle in Fald.
    Tristram & Lidia remitted all rights to the complainants and to the heirs of William, and granted that they would warrant the said tenements against Thomas Daintree, father of the said Tristram, and his heirs forever, for which the complainants gave them 60.
    .



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