Sir Henry Sacheverell - St Andrew - Cubley, Derbyshire
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N 52° 56.189 W 001° 45.374
30U E 583590 N 5865928
Quick Description: CoA on the north face of St Andrew's church tower, Cubley. Believed to be that of Sir Henry Sacheverell (1475 - 1558).
Location: East Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 9/20/2021 2:41:55 AM
Waymark Code: WM14ZX8
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Alfouine
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Long Description:

CoA on the north face of St Andrew's church tower, Cubley. Believed to be that of  Sir Henry Sacheverell (1475 - 1558).

"Henry was born about 1475. He was the son and heir of John Sacheverell and Joan Stathum.

He inherited from his grandfather Ralph Sacheverall esq. the manors of Snitterton, Hopwell and Boulton, and property in Aston on Trent, all in Derbyshire.

Second on the list of the "names of the captayns and pety captayns with the bagges in the standerds of the army and vantgard of the king's lefftenent enterying into Fraunce the xvj day of June" 1513, was the Derbyshire banneret, Sir Henry Sacheverell, with John Bradburne for his petty captain, bearing "goulles a gett buk sylver". Henry was made a Knight Banneret on 16 August, 1513(?), possibly at the Battle of Spurs in France.

Sir Henry Sacheverell was appointed Sheriff of Nottingham and Derbyshire by Henry VIII in 1530/31.

Sir Henry Sacheverell was also on the lists drawn up on 7 October 1536 of the names of noblemen and gentlemen to whom it was proposed to write under privy seal requiring their aid with men and horses fit for war at the time of the Lincolnshire rising during the dissolution of the monasteries.

On 16 May, 28 Henry VIII [1536], Sir Henry Sawchev[er]ell of Morley, knt, leased for sixty years lands in Stanton, co Derby, to Thomas Alen of Wodhouse, yeoman.

Henry married Isabell, the daughter of Sir John Montgomery of Cubley. They had 6 sons and 5 daughters.

Isabel was buried on 28 March 1548 in Morley.

Then eight months later on 28 November 1548, Sir Henry and Dame Margery Holforde lady Holford maryed and the wedding was recorded in the parish registers of Morley and Smalley, Derbyshire.

In 1551-1553, Henry SECHEVERELL, knight sued Christopher HOLFORD and Roger EMERY for Money and goods (described) left at the said Christopher's house by Dame Margery his mother, wife of complainant. Flint.

Margery died in 1553, and Sir Henry married for a third time: his will recorded his wife's name as Anne. Sir Henry Sacheverell of Morley wrote his will on 6 February 1556/57; the will was proved at Lichfield on 30 July 1560."

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"Isabel (abt. 1485 - 1548) was the daughter of Sir Nicholas Montgomery of Cubley.

She was the first wife of Sir Henry Sacheverell of Morley, Derbyshire. Isabel was buried on 28 March 1548 in Morley."

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Bearer of Coat of Arms: Noble (aristocratic) family

Full name of the bearer: Sir Henry Sacheverell

Where is Coat of Arms installed (short description) ?:
north face of bell tower


Material / Design: Stone

Blazon (heraldic description):
[SACHEVERALL] Argent, on a saltier, Azure, five water-bougets, Or.; impaling [MONTGOMERY] Or, an eagle displayed, Azure.


Address:
St Andrew
Cubley
Derbyshire
England
DE6 2EY


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