Sir Paul Barrett

ID# 16841, b. about 1645, d. before 1711
Birth:
Sir Paul Barrett was born about 1645.


Marriage:
Sir Paul Barrett married Sarah Ent, daughter of Sir George Ent and Sarah Meverell, about 1678.


Death:
Sir Paul Barrett died before 1711.

Sir Francis Head

ID# 16842, b. about 1670
Birth:
Sir Francis Head was born about 1670.


Sir Francis Head was the son of Francis Head and Sarah Ent.

Marriage:
Sir Francis Head married Margaret Smithsby on 5 May 1692 at Saint Peter-Le-Poer, London.

Margaret Smithsby

ID# 16843, b. about 1670
From 5 May 1692, her married name was Head.
Birth:
Margaret Smithsby was born about 1670.


Marriage:
Margaret Smithsby married Sir Francis Head, son of Francis Head and Sarah Ent, on 5 May 1692 at Saint Peter-Le-Poer, London.

John Anthony Dernelee

ID# 16844, b. about 1710
John Anthony Dernelee was also recorded as John Anthony Demalee.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
John Anthony Dernelee was born about 1710.


Marriage:
John Anthony Dernelee married Margaret (?) on 5 May 1736 at Fleet, London,
'Dernalee John Anthony Taylor of St Giles's & Margaret Lecount B: W: at Wheelers'
May 5 1736
I am assuming that 'B:W:' is Bachelor & Widow.
Ancestry indexes these as 'Demalee' & 'Lecourt' & shows the officiating Minister as Wyatt. Wyatt's register. (1735 Apr - 1737 Mar)
source: Registers of Clandestine Marriages and of Baptisms in the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel; Class: RG 7; Piece: 146.

Occupation:
in 1736 at St Giles, London, John Anthony Dernelee was a 'Taylor.'

Margaret (?)

ID# 16845, b. about 1705
From about 1727, her married name was Lecont.
From about 1727, her married name was Lecourt.
From 6 May 1736, her married name was Dernelee.
Birth:
Margaret (?) was born about 1705.


Marriage:
Margaret (?) married (?) Lecont about 1727.


Marriage:
Margaret (?) married John Anthony Dernelee on 5 May 1736 at Fleet, London,
'Dernalee John Anthony Taylor of St Giles's & Margaret Lecount B: W: at Wheelers'
May 5 1736
I am assuming that 'B:W:' is Bachelor & Widow.
Ancestry indexes these as 'Demalee' & 'Lecourt' & shows the officiating Minister as Wyatt. Wyatt's register. (1735 Apr - 1737 Mar)
source: Registers of Clandestine Marriages and of Baptisms in the Fleet Prison, King's Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel; Class: RG 7; Piece: 146.

Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley

ID# 16846, b. about 1350, d. between 1399 and 1404
Birth:
Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley was born about 1350.


Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley was the son of Alexander Stewart of Derneley.

Marriage:
Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley married Dame Janet Keith of Galston about 1371.


Death:
Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley died between 1399 and 1404.

Child of Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley and Dame Janet Keith of Galston

Dame Janet Keith of Galston

ID# 16847, b. about 1350
From about 1371, her married name was Stewart.
Birth:
Dame Janet Keith of Galston was born about 1350.


Marriage:
Dame Janet Keith of Galston married Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley, son of Alexander Stewart of Derneley, about 1371.

Child of Dame Janet Keith of Galston and Sir Alexander Stewart of Derneley

Alexander Stewart of Derneley

ID# 16848, b. about 1325, d. after 1374
Birth:
Alexander Stewart of Derneley was born about 1325.


Alexander Stewart of Derneley was the son of Sir Alan Stewart of Dreghorn.


Note:
in 1371 at Derneley, Renfrewshire,
Alexander Stewart succeeded to the estates of Derneley before 1371.


Death:
Alexander Stewart of Derneley died after 1374.

Child of Alexander Stewart of Derneley

Sir Alan Stewart of Dreghorn

ID# 16849, d. 17 July 1333
Sir Alan Stewart of Dreghorn was also recorded as Alan Stewart of Dreggairn.
Death:
Sir Alan Stewart of Dreghorn died on 17 July 1333 at Battle of Halydonhill, Halidon Hill, near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland,
The Battle of Halidon Hill (19 July 1333) was fought during the Second War of Scottish Independence. Scottish forces under Sir Archibald Douglas were heavily defeated by the English forces of King Edward III of England on unfavourable terrain while trying to relieve Berwick-upon-Tweed. - Wikipedia.

Children of Sir Alan Stewart of Dreghorn

Sir John Stewart of Derneley

ID# 16850, b. about 1321, d. before January 1369
Birth:
Sir John Stewart of Derneley was born about 1321.


Sir John Stewart of Derneley was the son of Sir Alan Stewart of Dreghorn.


Note:
in 1361 at Derneley, Renfrewshire,
Sir John was bailie of Renfrew, in 1361.


Death:
Sir John Stewart of Derneley died before January 1369.

Children of Sir John Stewart of Derneley