Person:Richard Townsend (18)

Watchers
Richard Townsend
m. Aft 10 Mar 1562
  1. John Townsend1568 - BEF 1593
  2. Elizabeth Townsend1569/70 -
  3. Agnes Townsend1571/72 -
  4. Marye Townsend1575 -
  5. Richard Townsend1577 - 1641
  6. Robert Townsend1580 - 1616
  7. Stephen TownsendABT 1585 -
  • HRichard Townsend1577 - 1641
  1. Christian Townsend1610 - 1662
  2. Richard Townsend1614 - 1697
  3. John Townsend1617/18 - 1662
  4. Thomas Townsend1621 -
  • HRichard Townsend1577 - 1641
  • WMargery May - 1674
m. 22 SEP 1622
  1. Clement Townsend1627 -
  2. William Townsend1629 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Richard Townsend
Gender Male
Christening[1] 9 Apr 1577 Bucklebury par., Berkshire, Englands/o Richard and Agnes Townsend
Other[2] 25 Oct 1598 Bucklebury par., Berkshire, Englandwas sworn in at the Great Assize, Manor of Burghulburye
Property[2] 17 Oct 1621 Bucklebury par., Berkshire, Englandinherited the copyhold of his mother at the Bucklebury Manorial Court
Marriage 22 SEP 1622 Bradfield, Berkshire, Englandto Margery May
Burial[1] 31 Aug 1641 Bucklebury par., Berkshire, England“an old man”
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Greene, David L. “Townsend Ancestry of Richard of the Welcome, John of Philadelphia, Joseph of Chester County, and Joan of Chester County”, in Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania), 42 (4): 293-313, Fall/Winter 2002.

    (See RichardB Townsend from page 299.)

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Humphreys, Arthur Lee. Bucklebury : a Berkshire parish, the home of Bolingbroke 1701-1715. (Reading England: The author, 1932), pp 470, 474.

    Extracted from the manor rolls:

    “Manor of Burghulburye” Court Baron, dated “25 Oct. 40 Elizabeth [1598]”:
    “Great Assize.—Richard Townsend, John Browne, Stephen Childe & John Underwood sworn in.”

    “Manor of Burghulburie” Court Baron, dated “17 October 19 James I [1621]”:
    “Also the death of Agnes Townsend, widow, who held for her life, by copy dated 10 March 4 Eliz. [1562] a messuage called Heywards in West End. Heriot, a cow worth 33s. 4d. Richard Townesend [son of Agnes] ought to enjoy the premises for term of his life, by virtue of the said copy. He does fealty, & is admitted tenant.”