Person:Sampson Lennard (1)

Sampson Lennard
m. ABT 1538
  1. Dorothy LennardABT 1527 - AFT 1611
  2. Sampson Lennard1544 - 1615
  3. Timothy Lennard1546 -
  4. Mary Lennardabt 1549 - 1620
  5. Elizabeth Lennardabt 1551 - 1630
  6. Rachel Lennard1553 - 1616
  7. Benjamin Lennard1553 -
  8. Samuel Lennardabt 1553 - 1618
  9. Anne Lennard1556 -
  10. Timothea Lennard1558 -
m. 16 Nov 1564
  1. Henry Lennard, 12th Lord Dacre1569/70 - 1616
  2. Anne Lennard1572 - 1624
  3. George Lennard1573 - 1619
  4. Mary Lennard1574 -
  5. Thomas Lennard1577 - 1638
  6. Margaret Lennard1578 -
  7. Elizabeth Lennard1580 - 1581
  8. Elizabeth Lennard1581 - 1631
  9. Frances Lennard1583 - 1625
  10. John Lennard1584 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][4][7] Sampson Lennard
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1544 Knole, Kent, England
Marriage 16 Nov 1564 , Chevening, Kent, Englandto Margaret Fiennes
Death[1][4] 20 Sep 1615 Chevening, Kent, England
Burial[3][4] 21 Sep 1615 St Botolph Churchyard, Chevening, Kent, England
Ancestral File Number 8WJZ-BH


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Sampson Lennard (died 20 September 1615), of Chevening in Kent, was an English Member of Parliament who represented an unusually large number of different constituencies during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I.

A prominent member of the Kent and Sussex gentry, Lennard was High Sheriff of Kent in 1590-1. He entered Parliament in 1571 as member for Launceston (Cornwall). He subsequently also represented Bramber (1584-5), St Mawes (1586-7), Christchurch (1589), St Germans (1593), Rye (1597), Liskeard (1601) and Sussex (1614).

Lennard married Margaret Fiennes (1541–1612), daughter of Thomas Fiennes, 9th Baron Dacre, and after her brother's death in 1594 he successfully claimed the barony on her behalf, so that she became the 11th Baroness Dacre. They had seven children, and their younger son, Sir Henry Lennard (1570–1616), succeeded his mother as 12th Baron Dacre.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 LENNARD, Sampson (c.1544-1615), of Chevening and Knole, Kent; later of Hurstmonceaux, Suss., in The History of Parliament.
  2.   Sampson Lennard, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  3. Sampson Leonard, in Find A Grave.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Cokayne, George Edward, and Vicary Gibbs; et al. The complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct, or dormant [2nd ed.]. (London: St. Catherine Press, 1910-59), 4:11-12.
  5.   Barrett-Lennard, Thomas; Thomas Barrett-Lennard Dacre; and Henry Barrett-Lennard. An account of the families of Lennard and Barrett. (Norwich: T. Barrett-Lennard], 1908 ([London : Printed by Spottiswoode & Co.])), Chapter 3.

    Chapter 3 of this work, cited by the Complete Peerage, gives an account of the life of Sampson Lennard.

  6.   LENNARD, Sampson (c.1544-1615), in The History of Parliament.
  7. Samson signed his name "Lennard" (see, for example, here), and his descendant Thomas Barrett-Lennard, in his history of the family, sometimes inserts a "sic" into quotations spelling it "Leonard", (for example, here), which seems a bit harsh given that spelling of last names was not yet regularized. In any case, contemporaries seem to have spelled it various ways.