Marten, Sir Henry son Martin, Capt George son Martin, Capt. George Thomas, I son Martin, Capt George Thomas, II son Martin, Reverend Martin son Martin, Valentine son Martin, Jobe Henry son Martin, Valentine Clarkson son Martin, Valentine George son Martin, Valentine `Cub` George son Martin, John Dalton son Martin, David Radford son Martin, Vernon Eugene son Martin, Ian Oliver:
Marten, Sir Henry Edit
add Spouse #2
St. Michael Bassishaw, London
d. Sep 26 1641
Longworth, Oxfordshire, England
Hinton Manor, Longworth Parish Church, Longworth, Oxfordshire, England
m. Webb, Elizabeth
Sir Henry Sr Marten of Hinton Manor, Longworth England
4620. Henry Sir. (Knight) of Hinton Manor, Longworth MARTEN was born 1, 2, 3 in 1562 in St. Michael Bassishaw, London, Middlesex, England. He died on 26 Sep 1641 in Bray, Berkshire. He was buried 4 in 1641 in Hinton Manor, Longworth, Berkshire. He married Elizabeth , possibly WEBB. Henry resided in Hinton Manor, Longworth, Berkshire. He resided in 1620 in Beckett Manor, near Shrivenham Berkshire. He resided in of Longworth and Hinton Waldrist, Berkshire. He resided in 1641 in of Saint Botolph Aldersgate, City of London. He signed a will in Aug 1641 in of Saint Botolph Aldersgate, City of London. He was employed as City of London Knight on 16 Jan 1616/1617. He was employed 5, 6 as Judge of the Admiralty Court. He was employed as Judge of the Perogative Court of Canterbury. [Parents]
Henry MARTEN anywhere between 1641 and 1671 in National Burial Index (Oxfordshire FHS).
Name Henry MARTEN Date — — 1641 Aged — Place Longworth Description St Mary Denomination Anglican County code BRK
2. Name Henry MARTEN Date — — 1667 Aged — Place Longworth Description St Mary Denomination Anglican County code BRK
3. Name Henry MARTEN Date — — 1671 Aged — Place Longworth Description St Mary Denomination Anglican County code BRK
Description Will of Sir Henry Marten of Saint Botolph Aldersgate, City of London
Date 15 October 1641
Catalogue reference PROB 11/187
Dept Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece Name of Register: Evelyn Quire Numbers: 105 - 155
4621. Elizabeth , possibly WEBB was born 1 in 1578 in of Berkshire, England. She died on 19 Jun 1618.
Elizabeth's death has been advised as 19 Jun 1618. However, the undermentioned information is edited from Chapter 16
(1644) regarding Hinton Waldrist and Sir Henry Marten of "Hanley Castle by W.S. Symonds"
Regarding the surname of Sir Henry's wife, there is a footnote in a booklet 'Coats of Arms in Berkshire Churches' to say that Sir Henry PROBABLY married in 1597 Elizabeth Webb. I have not found anything to collaberate this.
The defeat of Waller at Copredy Bridge was so complete that it "broke the heart of his army" and he had to retire to London.
I now received orders from the Governor of Worcester to carry despatches of moment and meet his Majesty on his road from Somersetshire to Oxford, at Hinton Waldrist, a village in Berkshire between Faringdon and Oxford. I was to await the arrival of his Majesty at the Manor House, the residence of Sir Henry Marten (Hinton Waldrist).
Sir Henry Marten received me with the welcome of a true Cavalier, and I remained with him three days expecting the arrival of his Majesty every hour. At last Sir Henry came to me in much tribulation and informed me I was to ride to Buckland, a village nearer Faringdon, where the King had arrived. He did not tell me the reason the King did not honour him by a visit; but I learnt, afterwards, that it was owing to the conduct of his son, Colonel Harry Marten, who, notwithstanding that the King had made a large grant of land to his father had deserted the royal cause, and joined the Roundheads.
Dame Marten was as unhappy as her husband at the sad disloyalty of her son, nevertheless she was not forgetful of her guests. Before I left she gave me some excellent advice, begging of me, at this season of the year, "to beware of superfluous drinking, but to eat heartily and abstain from fisick." "Use not," she added, "to sleep much, especially in the afternoon, for that bringeth opilations, headach, agnes, cathars and all notorious distempers of the same kind."
At Buckland I found his Majesty seated in an arbour of the Rectory garden engaged in reading a number of papers. He enquired how long I had been at Hinton Manor, and told me that Harry Marten, the rebel, maintained so close an espionage over all that went on at his father's house, that it was deemed inexpedient for him to go there.
Possible connection to IGI :
ELIZABETH LOVELES Female Christening: 20 DEC 1612 St Botolph Without Aldgate, London, London, England
Parents: Father: WILLYAM LOVELES
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:
C025552 1594 - 1607 0370928 Film 6901255 Film ; C025552 1595 - 1616 0370924 Film NONE
Elizabethe Lovelace Female Christening: 18 SEP 1622 Canterbury, Kent, England
Parents: Father: William Sir Lovelace Family
Source Information: Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type: Batch : I012258
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