|Baskerville of Bayworth |
Bayworth Manor, Sunningwell, Berkshire
Baskerville family of Bayworth
(1) Sir Thomas Baskerville (c.1540-97) (q.v.);(2) Capt. Nicholas Baskerville (d. c.1605); pursued a military career in the Netherlands, and succeeded his brother as governor of Rammekens Castle near Flushing; married, 25 July 1599, Constance (1583-1652) (who married 2nd, Sir John Sidney and had issue one son, and 3rd, Thomas Lyte (1568-1638), genealogist, by whom she had one son and two daughters), daughter of George Huntley of Boxwell Court (Glos), and had issue two daughters (the elder, Mary (1601-44), married first, John Morgan, and second, her cousin, Hannibal Baskerville (1597-1668) for whom see below); he died at Flushing between 1603 and 1608;(3) John Baskerville; died without issue;(4) Capt. Arnold Baskerville (d. 1596); pursued a military career and was a sergeant-major in Drake's last expedition under his brother's command; he died without issue at Nombre de Dios, Panama, January 1596.
(1) Hannibal Baskerville (1597-1668) (q.v.).
James Baskerville; died young and was buried at Wells (Som.);(9) Constance Baskerville (b. 1640), baptised at St Cuthbert, Wells, 21 October 1640; died young and is said to have been buried at Somerton (Som.).
|Thomas Baskerville (c.1629-1700) |
from an engraving by George Cruikshank, 1819
[Image: National Portrait Gallery]
(X1) Thomas Honey alias Baskerville (d. 1685); buried at Sunningwell, 13 April 1685;
(X2) Matthew Thomas Baskerville (1687-1721) (q.v.).
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