Person:Franncis Honnyng (2)

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Franncis Honnyng
b.1560
d.16 Mar 1618
m. c. 1542
  1. Jane Honnyng1542 - 1557
  2. Elzabethe Honnyng1544 -
  3. Catterin Honnyng
  4. Franncis Honnyng
  5. Anne Honnyng1548 -
  6. Edward Honnyng1550 - 1609
  7. William Honnyng1552 - after 1610
  8. Henry Honnyng1553 - 1635
  9. Nicholas Honnyng1555 - after 1585
  10. Joan Honnyng1556 - 1556
  11. Captain John Honnyng1557/8 - 1585
  12. Thomas Honnyng1559 - 1572
  13. Franncis Honnyng1560 - 1618
  14. Jemes Honnyng1562 - after 1605
  15. Charles Honnyng1563 - 1589
  16. Roger Honnyng1564 - after 1566
  17. Robert Honnyng1566 - after 1588
Facts and Events
Name Franncis Honnyng
Gender Male
Birth? 1560
Death? 16 Mar 1618
Burial[1] 16 Mar 1618 Eye, Suffolk, England

Born circa 1560; baptised at Sudbury. Pictured in black dress and ruff, but little beard; he holds a bag of money, and there is more on the table before him, together with an inkstand and a book of accounts, an entry of which is crossed through.

Family

He married firstly Brigit, daughter of Edward DUKE of Brampton, Suffolk; and secondly Grace (baptised 1578), daughter of Arthur PENNING of Ipswich; he had no children however. He lived at Darsham in 1593, when he sold the manor to Martin ARCHDALE. He was a merchant in London in 1598; may have been the Francis HONYNG who was deputy-porter for the Council of the Marches of Wales in 1605; and was Receiver of the Crown rents in the counties of Suffolk and Cambridgeshire in 1609. He was buried at Eye on 16th March (or May) 1618.

References
  1. Barry, T. The Life and Family History of William Honnyng. (London, England: ISBN-13 978 0 9532685 3 5, 2008), 80.