Family:William Honnyng and Frances Cutler (1)

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Facts and Events
Marriage? c. 1542
Children
BirthDeath
1.
4 Aug 1542
1557
2.
1544 to 1550
 
3.
 
 
4.
 
 
5.
1548
 
6.
21 May 1550
1609
7.
1552
after 1610
8.
11 Feb 1553
9.
13 May 1555
after 1585
10.
8 Aug 1556
1556
11.
19 Jan 1557/8
12.
c. 1559
1572
13.
1560
16 Mar 1618
14.
26 Jul 1562
after 1605
15.
1589 France
16.
1564
after 1566
17.
after 1588

William and Frances had seventeen children - starting with a run of girls who died in infancy, then having a succession of boys. Some of the information is from the genealogical research of David Elisha Davy of Ufford (1769-1851), the Suffolk antiquary and collector whose manuscript collection is now in the British Library. His HONING pedigree was incorporated into an article by I. G. Nichols published in Collectanea Topographica at Genealogica in 1841. The article was about the HONING family portrait, painted in 1585, allegedly by Marcus GHEERAERTS is the source of the physical descriptions of the family in the pages linked to this family page.

William and Frances were buried in the 'alter tomb' within the parish church of St Peter and St Paul, Eye, Suffolk (pictured below).

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References
  1.   Davy, David Elisha. Suffolk Collections. (London, England: British Library), ff75-83.
  2.   Collectanea topographica et genealogica. (London: J.B. Nichols, 1834-1843), vii.