Family Tree: John of Broughton Sulney Gregory wed Alice Baylye in 1579
John of Broughton, Sulney Gregory wed Alice Baylye in 1579 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
John of Broughton, Sulney Gregory
Wed 1579 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Born: 1554 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: __________ in England
Putting things in perspective
John of Broughton, Sulney Gregory was either 29 or 31 when he married in 1579. His wife, Alice Baylye, was 25.
They had their son, Henry Gregory, of Boston, in 1586. John would have been 38 or 43. Alice would have been 32.
Most likely, they had other children as well.
Grant Gregory, a very resourceful historian, quotes the following:
"John Gregory, son of Thomas and Dorothy, married Alice, who may have been a Baylye [She has also been conjectured to be Alicia Alton, daughter of John Alton, born in Sulney]. He is called 'of Broughton Sulney,' more likely in his day to mean the manor than the township. I believe they were the John and Alice Gregory who, Aug 9, 1588 in Trafford, Lancs., signed papers transferring for £40, to Ralph Sorrocolde their interest in the same Tyldesley (Highhurst?) and Worsley lands and houses that John jr., Gilbert and Richard Gregory had conveyed a year and a day earlier. This delay perhaps was due to the distance between our John's Over Broughton home and Trafford. To make Sorrocolde's title good this couple had to sign, as John was a 'remainder man,' meaning that after the deaths of his three cousins and their direct heirs he would have succeeded to these entailed lands. It was Sir Edmund, or his ancestor, who had bought the Urmston lands on which Thomas and John Gregory were tenants. The registers of St. Luke's church, Upper Broughton, go back only to 1571. The rector examined them (in 1923) for this book. He reported finding no reference to Thomas or Henry, and just one to John, as follows: 'Wynefret Gregorie, daughter to John Gregorie, was buried Dec. 20, Anno Dom. 1614.'"
Interesting info from historian, Grant Gregory
Who was their child?
Details about their child Henry
Henry Gregory, of Boston
Born: 1586 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: June 14, 1655 in Stratton, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
Interesting Fact: Henry and his family were Immigrants to the United States. They left Dorchester, England in 1636 aboard the Nova Anglia. Destination: Boston, Massachusetts.
Wed in 1603 in England
Born: 1586 or 1588 in Sulney, Nottinghamshire, England
Died: 1641 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut
Father: Roger Goody
Mother: Alice Allen
What is my relationship to these 2 couples?
* John of Broughton, Sulney Gregory and his wife Alice Baylye are the
(12) Great Grandparents of my siblings, my first cousins, and me: Doug, Debbie, and David Dunn plus Peter, Elizabeth, and Stephen Smith
* Their son, Henry Gregory, of Boston and his wife Abigail Goody are the
(11) 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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