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‎1810 227 High Street, St George, Southwark, Surrey, England;

Roger Lee was recorded as "Hop Merchant / Hop and Seed Factor - in partnership with Joshua Lee"

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Latest update2021-12-19 23:19
No. of families2092
Most children13
No. of individuals4464

Family


man Roger Cholmeley, Sir‏‎ 1) 2) 3) 4)
Born ‎± 1495‎ 5)
Died ‎21 Jun 1565‎, approximately 70 years 6) 7) 5)
Buried ‎2 Jul 1565 St Martin Ludgate, London, England 6) 5)
Occupations: ‎1531; Serjeant-at-Law 5), ‎between 1518 and 1535 London, England; Common Pleader 5), ‎between 1535 and 1545 London, England; Recorder 5), ‎1545; King's Serjeant 5), ‎between 1545 and 1552; Chief Baron of the Exchequer 5), ‎between 1552 and 1553; Lord Chief Justice 5) 1)
Election: Elected 4 times as MP for London and 4 times as MP for Middlesex ‎between 1529 and 1559 5)


Notes: Sir Roger Cholmeley rose through the legal ranks, ultimately becoming Lord Chief Justice under Queen Mary I. Roger found Highgate School in 1565.

Married ‎before 1522 5) 8) (at least 43 years married)
to:

woman Catherine Constable‏‎ 9)
Born ‎± 1498
Died ‎1585‎, approximately 87 years

Child:

1.
woman Frances Cholmeley‏ 1) 10)
Born ‎1529 Beoley, Yorkshire, England‎

Sources

1) Source: The Visitation of the County of Worcester made in the year 1569. Reference: Russell Pedigree; pages 116-119 (Data from secondary evidence)
2) Source: London, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records "I John Russell of Streynshame, intending shortly to travel into parts beyond the seas, do make my will concerning the manors, lands, &c., which have descended to me from my father Sir Thomas Russell, knight, from my grandfather Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight.". Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
3) Source: Chancery: Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series II, and other Inquisitions, Henry VII to Charles I " Barton, widow, and all other his lands and tenements within the City of London and the suburbs thereof and in Walworth within the parish of Newington in co. Surrey or elsewhere in the said county: all which premises were sometime the inheritance of Sir Roger Cholemley, knight, late of London, deceased, grandfather of the said John Russell and his heirs male: which said fine shall remain and be to the use of the said John Russell for the term of his life; after his decease to the use of such heirs as he shall have by any wife after the death of Elizabeth his now wife and of the heirs of their bodies; for default, to the use of Richard Ligon of Madresfeld in co. Worcester, esq., for his life; after his decease, to the use of the heirs of the body of Mary Ligon, deceased, late wife of the said Richard Lygon and sister of the said John Russell; and for default, to the use of the right heirs of the said John Russell for ever: Provided always that it may be lawful for the said John Russell at all times to make leases and grants of the said premises for 21 years, 3 lives or otherwise, or by his will to change or determine the said uses". External Link. Reference: Chan. Inq. p. m., ser. 2, vol. 241, No. 126. - IPM for John Russell, son of Thomas Russell (Data from secondary evidence)
4) Source: The History of Parliament . External Link. Reference: Russell, Sir Thomas (c.1520-74), of Strensham and Witley, Worcs. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
5) Source: The History of Parliament . External Link. Reference: Cholmley, Sir Roger (c.1495-1565), of Ludgate, London, Highgate and Hampstead, Mdx. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
6) Source: London, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812. Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)
7) Source: Dictionary of National Biography, Volumes 1-20, 22. Reference: Database online. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
8) Source: The visitation of Yorkshire in the years 1563 and 1564. Reference: 63-66: Constable of Flamborough
9) Source: Heraldic Visitation of the Northern Counties in 1530 by Thomas Tonge, Norroy King of Arms "The peytgre of Roger Cholmundeley of Golston, Esquier.". Reference: Page 21 (Unreliable evidence or estimated data)
10) Source: London, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records "It is agreed between the said parties to the said indenture that the said John Russell shall before the end of Michaelmas Term next ensuing the date of these presents, by fine convey to the said Earl and Gilbert Littleton and their heirs the manor of Holmehall in Stowquy in co. Cambridge and all other his lands, tenements, in Stowquy, Ditton, Fenn Ditton, Fulbourne or elsewhere in co. Cambridge; the manors or the moieties of the manors of Easte Hamburnels, Weste Hamburnels, Estwesham and Plays in co. Essex; and all other his lands, tenements, &c., in the towns and parishes of Westham, Eastham, Railiegete, Hockley and Thundersley in co. Essex; all those 32 a. of marsh ground lying in the parish of Walwiche in co. Kent, now or late in the tenure of Robert Stepnethe, gent.; the moiety of a farm in ... in co. Middlesex, in the tenure of Robert Northe; all other his lands and tenements being freehold in the parishes and towns of Hamsted, Willesdon, Islington and Holloway in co. Middlesex; 1 messuage in the par. of St. Martin within Ludgate in the suburbs of the City of London; the tenement next adjoining and the tenement called the Shipp; the moiety of 1 messuage without Ludgate in the said parish of St. Martins in the tenure of Elizabeth Hodgson; the moiety of 1 other tenement within Ludgate in the said parish of St. Martin called the Doggeshedd in the pott in the tenure of Richard Graundiche; the moiety of 2 tenements lying in the parish of St. Peter in Cornhill over against Leaden Haule in the tenure of Thomas Dalton and Richard Lackson; the moiety of 1 other messuage lying in the parish of St. Martin Orgar, in the tenure of -- Barton, widow, and all other his lands and tenements within the City of London and the suburbs thereof and in Walworth within the parish of Newington in co. Surrey or elsewhere in the said county: all which premises were sometime the inheritance of Sir Roger Cholemley, knight, late of London, deceased, grandfather of the said John Russell and his heirs male: which said fine shall remain and be to the use of the said John Russell for the term of his life; after his decease to the use of such heirs as he shall have by any wife after the death of Elizabeth his now wife and of the heirs of their bodies; for default, to the use of Richard Ligon of Madresfeld in co. Worcester, esq., for his life; after his decease, to the use of the heirs of the body of Mary Ligon, deceased, late wife of the said Richard Lygon and sister of the said John Russell; and for default, to the use of the right heirs of the said John Russell for ever: Provided always that it may be lawful for the said John Russell at all times to make leases and grants of the said premises for 21 years, 3 lives or otherwise, or by his will to change or determine the said uses.". Reference: Database online. (Data from secondary evidence)