Family Tree: Hugh Gregory wed Mary or Maria in 1520

Hugh Gregory wed Mary or Maria _____ about 1520 in Highhurst, Lancashire, England

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Hugh Gregory

Born: 1502 in Highhurst, Lancashire, England
Died: 1520 in Highhurst, Lancastershire, England

Son of:
Father: William Gregory
Mother: Dorothy of Kempnough Parre


Interesting Fact: I find it interesting to note that Hugh died the same year that he was married. His son was born that same year. If they had not conceived a child before he died, I would not be sitting here typing these very words.

 

WED

Wed about 1520 in Highhurst, Lancashire, England 

Mary or Maria _____ (Last name unknown)

Born: About 1502 in Highhurst, Lancashire, England
Died: __________ in England

Daughter of:
Father: ____________________
Mother: ____________________

Putting things in perspective

Hugh Gregory was married at age 18. He conceived a child at age 18. He died at age 18.

His wife, Mary or Maria, was married at age 18 and conceived a child at age 18. We do not know when she died.

His father, William Gregory, died the year Hugh was born. I wonder whether the family thought there was a streak of bad luck going on when the fate of the father was visited upon the son.

An interesting source, Grant Gregory, states the following:

"Hugh Gregory II. (16th century) Born circa 1500 -- nothing is known further than the information contained in the Gregory pedigrees, all of which call him a second son; two say son of William. He married Mary and had a son Thomas. He may have lived in Urmston, and may have moved to Nottinghamshire."

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Who was their child?

Details about their child Thomas

 

Thomas William Gregory

Born: 1520 in Broughton, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 1599 in Sulney, Nottinghamshire, England 

WED

Wed on Oct. 10, 1547 in Nottingham, England 

Dorothy Beeston

Born: 1522 in Beeston, Cheshire, England
Died: 1580 in Sulney, Nottinghamshire, England

Daughter of:
Father: Sir George Beeston, Kt. of Cheshire
Mother: Alice Davenport, of Cheshire




What is my relationship to these 2 couples?

* Hugh Gregory and his wife Mary or Maria ____________ are the

(01) Great,
(02) Great,
(03) Great,
(04) Great,
(05) Great,
(06) Great,
(07) Great,
(08) Great,
(09) Great,
(10) Great,
(11) Great,
(12) Great,
(13) Great,
(14) Great Grandparents of my siblings, my first cousins, and me: Doug, Debbie, and David Dunn plus Peter, Elizabeth, and Stephen Smith

* Their son, Thomas William Gregory and his wife Dorothy Beeston are the

(01) Great,
(02) Great,
(03) Great,
(04) Great,
(05) Great,
(06) Great,
(07) Great,
(08) Great,
(09) Great,
(10) Great,
(11) Great,
(12) Great,
(13) Great Grandparents of my siblings, my first cousins, and me: Doug, Debbie, and David Dunn plus Peter, Elizabeth, and Stephen Smith





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