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An Industrious MindThe Worlds of Sir Simonds D'Ewes$

J. Sears McGee

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780804785464

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804785464.001.0001

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(p.438) Appendix B

(p.438) Appendix B

The Children of Sir Edmonds D’Ewes

An Industrious Mind
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By Anne Clopton:

  1. 1. Anne (born in Islington, April 30, 1630; died at Stepney, July 26, 1641).

  2. 2. Clopton I (born in Lavenham on June 2, 1631, baptized July 5, died July 9). Buried in Lavenham under the “baby brass” in the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul.

  3. 3. Adrian (born in Bury St Edmunds on March 10, 1633 and died the same day).

  4. 4. Geerardt (twin to Adrian, died on March 13). The twins were buried with Clopton I in Lavenham.

  5. 5. Clopton II (born July 18, 1634 at Ixworth; died May 8, 1636, at Stow Hall and buried in St. George Stowlangtoft).

  6. 6. Elizabeth (probably born in the Christmas season of 1640-41 and died on June 19, 1645, at Albury Lodge in Hertfordshire..

  7. 7. Sissilia (born November 25, 1635 at Stow Hall). She married Sir Thomas Darcy, died in 1661, and on June 1 of that year was buried in the “Clopton aisle” of the Church of the Holy Trinity in Long Melford.

  8. 8. Geva (born in June or July 1638; died June 7, 1640).

  9. 9. Adrian II (born August 29, 1639; died June 1, 1640).

  10. 10. Isolda (probably born in December 1640 and died after 1651).

By Elizabeth Wilughby:

  1. 1. Mary (born in the summer of 1646 and died on September 8, 1647).

  2. 2. Willoughby (probably born in London and baptized there on March 7, 1650). At his death in 1685, the D’Ewes estate went to his son, Sir Simonds D’Ewes (third baronet).