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  • ID: I48584
  • Name: Simon Warde
  • Prefix: Sir 1
  • Sex: M
  • Death: AFT 1391
  • Note:

    Had License to Perform Feats of Arms.
    1st husband of Margery Mortimer.
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    The following authorities are given for the Ward Chart, which goes back to Osbert de Varde, 1130: Burton's "Monasticon," pp. 139-166; Whittaker's "Leeds" ; Dugdale's "Monasticon," Vol. V, P 139 ; Tanner's "Notitia.":
    In 1130 there were three brothers de Varde: Simon, Godewin and Osbert of Givendale, Yorkshire.
    Osbert had two sons, Richard and William de Varde of Givendale Living, 1150.
    William de Varde had son, Simon de Varde, who married Maude _____. Simon de Varde founded Escholst Priory the end of the Twelfth Century; he had two sons, John de Varde of Scotton and William de Varde of Givendale.
    William de Varde had sons: William of Capes and Simon (made Sir Simon 1260, by Henry III).
    Sir Simon had son, Sir Simon, knight and baronet, "A great Baron against the Scots;" and Sir Simon the second had two sons, Sir John, 1350, and Simon, "the Simon de Varde who married Margaret, a daughter of the House of Mortimer, Lords of Attilbury, County Norfolk, and ancestors of the Lords of Norfolk."
    Simon and Margaret de Varde's son John married Elena de Boost or de Bois; their son, John, 2d, married Katherine Applegard.
    Robert de Varde, son of John and Katherine Applegard de Varde, married Alice Kemp, had a son, Robert, 2d, who married a Copperdick ; and their son, Robert, 3d, married a daughter of Sir Giles Capel of London, ancestor of the Earls of Essex, and had three sons, Henry Warde of Kirby?Bedon, Jeffrey of Broke, and Thomas Warde of Homersfield, who married _____Hare, daughter of John Hare, D.C.L., of Homersfield, Norfolk.
  • _UID: AC81C395F03A4555838D35C0FBE0191F61C5
  • Change Date: 2 OCT 2007



    Father: Simon Warde
    Mother: Maude

    Marriage 1 Margaret Mortymer
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children John Warde

    Sources:
    1. Text: Descendant chart of the Ward family.
      Mrs. Frances B. Hamlin, wife of Rev. Teunis S. Hamlin, D.D., daughter of James H. Bacon and Amanda Ward, and granddaughter of Nathan Ward.
      The chart lists as its authorities:
      ?Barton?s Monasteon p. 166
      Whittaker?s Deeds
      Dugdale?s Monasteon, Vol 5, p. 159
      Buronton?s Monasteon, page 139
      Tanner?s Notitia
      Munsell?s American Ancestry
      History of Essex and Washington Co., N.Y.
      History and Town Records in Fairfield and Killingworth, Conn.
      Church records in Dover, N.Y.
      History of Wells, Vt.
      Records of Wells, Vt. and Addison, Vt.
      New York in the Revolution
      U.S. Office of Records and Pensions
      Old family bible of John Ward, brother of David Ward?

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