Michael Arston or Austin

(8 September 1802 - )
     Michael Arston or Austin was born on 8 September 1802 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett. Michael Arston or Austin was christened on 19 September 1802 in Bradfield St George.

Nathan Arston or Austin

(23 January 1806 - )
     Nathan Arston or Austin was born on 23 January 1806 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was the son of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett. Nathan Arston or Austin was christened on 2 February 1806 in Bradfield St George.

Sophia Arston or Austin

(8 January 1808 - )
     Sophia Arston or Austin was born on 8 January 1808 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett. Sophia Arston or Austin was christened on 19 January 1808 in Bradfield St George.

Susan Arston or Austin

(13 February 1811 - )
     Susan Arston or Austin was born on 13 February 1811 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Austin (Aston or Arston?) and Elizabeth Bullett. Susan Arston or Austin was christened on 24 March 1811 in Bradfield St George.

Arthlwys ap Arthfoddw

     Arthlwys ap Arthfoddw was born in Wales. He was the son of Arthfoddr ap Boddw.

Child of Arthlwys ap Arthfoddw

Clydog ab Arthlwys

     Clydog ab Arthlwys was born in Wales. He was the son of Arthlwys ap Arthfoddw.

Child of Clydog ab Arthlwys

Mary Arthur

     Mary Arthur was born in Barbados?. She may be the Mary Arthur baptised 16 Oct 1764 at Christ Church, daughter of Samuel Arthur & Mary Ann.
Mary Arthur married Robert Moore Ashby, son of Robert Ashby and Susanna Sisnett, on 24 December 1774 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Children of Mary Arthur and Robert Moore Ashby

Rebecca Arthur

     Rebecca Arthur married Jarrett Chase, son of John or Joseph Chase and Ann Jarrett, on 11 April 1766 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Roberta Arthur

(circa 1817 - September 1899)
     Roberta Arthur was also known as Arthure in records. She was born circa 1817. She was the daughter of Thomas Athure MD.
Roberta Arthur married Rev Elias Handcock, son of Rev Thomas Handcock MA and Olivia Potts, on 27 February 1838 in St Peter, Dublin. He was of Stradbally and she was of 30 Lower Mount St. Witnesses were G D Handcock and Arthur Benedick. Roberta Arthur was an executor of Rev Elias Handcock's estate on 1 June 1870 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Roberta's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1899 in Dublin South RD, Dublin, Ireland.

Children of Roberta Arthur and Rev Elias Handcock

Elizabeth Arundel?

     Elizabeth Arundel? married James Bowker, son of James Bowker and Lucy Scotney, in 1898? In Doncaster, Yorkshire.

Sir Oliver de Arundell

     Sir Oliver de Arundell was born in England. Sir Oliver Arundel of Carshay Burke's Commoners identifies Sir Oliver's wife as Margery, daughter of Ralph, Lord of Albominster, son of George, Lord Arundel, by Maud. Not being certain as to which family she belonged to, we show her as just ... m. Margery.
The Cornwall Record Office states: The earliest record of an Arundell in Cornwall is in 1131 in the Pipe Roll but no connection can be demonstrated between that individual and the later Arundells of Lanherne. An Arundell occurs in Dorset and Somerset in Domesday Book and there are also instances of the name in Devon in the Middle Ages but again there is no evidence to link these people with the Cornish Arundells. The Devonshire manors of Morchard Arundell and Uton Arundell received their affixes from their ownership by the Cornish family.
The Arundells extended their land-holdings and rose to prominence through a series of good marriages to wealthy heiresses. Some of their property was purchased but the majority was acquired in this way from the mid-thirteenth century to the late 1500s. Between these dates the Arundells were active locally and nationally. Ralph Arundell was sheriff of Cornwall in 1259-60 and John Arundell became Bishop of Exeter in 1502. Sir John Arundell fought for Henry VI at the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471 and his grandson was one of those appointed to put down the Cornish rebellion of 1497-8. Two Arundells served as stewards of the Duchy of Cornwall in the sixteenth century and Arundells led Royalist troops during the Civil War. Branches of the family were established at Trerice and Tolverne by younger sons in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. The influence of the Arundells declined after the Reformation, when their staunch adherence to Catholicism made them ineligible for public office, but they remained prominent in Cornwall as long as they retained their lands there.
The direct male line of the family died out in 1701, the estates being inherited by an heiress and then in 1739 passing to the Wardour Arundells on the marriage of Mary Arundell to her distant cousin Henry Arundell, later seventh Baron of Wardour. From the late seventeenth century the family had ceased to live permanently in Cornwall and when financial problems struck the Cornish estates were at first heavily mortgaged and then, in the late 18th century, began to be sold.
The following is an account of the direct descent of the family, noting the additions of land to the estate. The evidence for the 14th century is not very clear and there may have been another John Arundell at that time.
Remfrey Arundell I; floruit 1230-50; in possession of Treloy manor in circa 1230; possibly married to Maud.
Ralph Arundell son of Remfrey; sheriff in 1259-60; took possession of Restormel Castle on behalf of Thomas de Tracy in July 1265; married Eve de la Roche in 1242 x 1245 and was given Trembleath manor by Eve's father Sir Richard de la Roche (Rupe) in circa 1255 [Trembleath became the family's principal residence in the later thirteenth and the fourteenth centuries]; purchased Mitchell manor in circa 1270; died Aug 1275 x Feb 1276.
Remfrey Arundell II son of Ralph [?; the sole evidence that he was Ralph's son is that Odo his brother and executor in 1281 was son of Eve]; married in 1265 x 1268 Alice de Lanhern the heiress to Connerton manor, the Hundred of Penwith, Lanherne manor, land in St Columb Major and, in Devon, the manors of Morchard Arundell and Uton Arundell; died 1278 x 1281. Alice remarried in 1285-6 to John de Umfraville and consequently Alice's inheritance did not revert to the Arundells until after her death, in 1302 x 1311, and that of her second husband, in 1311 x 1322.
John Arundell I son of Remfrey II; asserted his title to a market and fair at Mitchell in 1302 (Quo Warranto, p.109b); married Joan, daughter and heiress of Ralph le Soor (this marriage resulted in the Arundells acquiring the manors of Prospidnick and Tolverne in the early 15th century); died 1306 x 1309.
John Arundell II son of John I; inherited lands of Alice de Lanherne in 1311 x 1322; knighted by July 1334; died ?
Arundell of Trerice: This was a junior branch of the Arundells of Lanherne which appears to have been established in the fourteenth century, probably by a younger son. According to Carew's Survey of Cornwall a Ralph Arundell married Jane/Joan, the daughter of Michael Trerise, during the reign of Edward III. Compare Public Record Office JUST I/1476, mem.73 dorse, July 1367 in which the defendants include Ralph Arundell of Treres and Joan his wife. AR/1/104 is a grant from Sir John Arundell to Ralph Arundell of Trerys in 1358. This Ralph died between July and November 1369 (AR/1/241; AR/32/1 and AR/1/846), and had at least two sons, Nicholas (AR/41/6) and Thomas (AR/41/5), and a daughter Joan (AR/32/1). There is no record of the split in the Lanherne archive and unfortunately the archive of the Arundells of Trerice has disappeared virtually without trace.
In 1664 Richard Arundell was created Baron Arundell of Trerice. The title became extinct in 1773 on the death without issue of his great-grandson John
. He was the son of Thomas Arundell and Mary Dumford.
Sir Oliver de Arundell of Carshayes, Kt, temp Hen III. See Arundell of Lanhern for his ancestry..
Sir Oliver de Arundell married Margery Arundell, daughter of Ranulph Arundell.

Child of Sir Oliver de Arundell and Margery Arundell

Alice Arundell

(say 1565 - )
     Alice Arundell was born say 1565. She was the daughter of John Arundell and Catherine Cosworth.
Alice Arundell married Henry Somaster.
Bargain and sale: Rich. Carew of Antony, esq., and w. Julian, dau. of Jn. Arundell of Trerice, esq., decd., Hen. Somaster of Payneford, Devon, esq., and w. Alice, dau. of Jn. Arundell, decd., Edw. Cosowarth of St. Enoder, gent., and w. Dorothy, dau. of Jn. Arundell, decd., and Oliver Dynham of Lifton, Devon, gent., and w. Mary, dau. of Jn. Arundell, to Jn. Rashleigh of Fowey, esq.
Property as above. (F 22)
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Ann Arundell

(1549 - )
     Ann Arundell was born in 1549 in Trerice, Madron, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Arundell and Juliana Erisey.

Ann Arundell

( - 1701)
     Ann Arundell was the daughter of John Arundell and Mary Cary.
Ann Arundell married John Arundell, son of John Arundell. They were childless.
     Ann died in 1701.

Anne Arundell

(8 May 1574 - )
     Anne Arundell married William Cornfew. Anne Arundell was christened on 8 May 1574 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis.

Blanch Arundell

(4 September 1568 - )
     Blanch Arundell was christened on 4 September 1568 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis.

Catherine Arundell (Prideaux)

     Catherine Arundell (Prideaux) was born in England. She married Richard Prideaux of Thuborough. She was the daughter of Sir John Arundell and Mary Beville.

Dorothy Arundell

(30 July 1567 - )
     Dorothy Arundell married Edward Cosworth. Dorothy Arundell was christened on 30 July 1567 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Arundell and Catherine Cosworth. They was listed as Gertrude Dennis's ward in 1580.
Dorothy Arundell and Mary Arundell, Richard Carew, Henry Somaster and Oliver Dynham were mentioned on 5 January 1591.

Elizabeth Arundell (Tredenham)

     Elizabeth Arundell (Tredenham) was born in England. She married Robert Tredenham. She was the daughter of Sir John Arundell and Mary Beville.

Grace Arundell (Dinham)

(1541 - )
     Grace Arundell (Dinham) was born in 1541 in Trerice, Madron, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Arundell and Juliana Erisey.

Jane Arundell

      John Arundell XII of Lanherne, married Anna/Anne Arundell of Trerice as his second wife. She had previously been married to a Trevanion and AR/17/118-125 concern provision made for her children by this marriage.
In 1671 Frances Arundell, the daughter and heiress of the last Sir John Arundell, married Sir Richard Bellings, son of the Irish historian Richard Bellings. They had at least four children: Charles who died in 1710, Richard who became the heir and assumed the name Arundell in accordance with his grandfather's will (he is usually referred to as Richard Bellings Arundell), John who survived Richard and married Mary Compton, and Mary who became Lady Hales. Lady Frances Bellings died in 1714 and Sir Richard in 1716. Jane Arundell was also known as Joan in records. She was the daughter of Ralph Arundell and Jane Trerice.
Jane Arundell married Robert Trevanion.

Jane Arundell

(21 January 1569/70 - )
     Jane Arundell was christened on 21 January 1569/70 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. She was the daughter of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis.

Jane Arundell (Vyel)

(1537 - )
     Jane Arundell (Vyel) was born in 1537 in Trerice, Madron, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Sir John Arundell and Juliana Erisey.

Jane Arundell (Wall)

     Jane Arundell (Wall) was born in England. (She married William Wall. She was the daughter of Sir John Arundell and Mary Beville.

Joan Arundell

     Joan Arundell was the daughter of Sir John Arundell.

John Arundell

(1533 - 15 September 1580)
     John Arundell was born in 1533 in Madron, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir John Arundell and Juliana Erisey.
Catherine Hill married secondly John Arundell in May 1562. Pre-nuptial settlement. Jn. Cosowarth of Cosowarth, esq., with Jn. Arundell of Trerice, on marriage of Jn. A. with Kath. Hill, wid., daughter of Jn. C. He was widowed on 15 June 1572? On the death of his wife Catherine Cosworth.
See http://www.ukheritage.net/houses/trerice.htm for more about the house.
He succeeded his nephew John Arundell after 1561. Sheriff, Cornw. 1573-4; j.p.q. 1579.
A junior branch of the ancient Cornish family of Arundell had been seated at Trerice since Edward III's reign. Sir John Arundell, who had been a courtier, died in 1561 leaving as his heir his three year-old grandson John: this boy was not to enjoy his inheritance for long, and on his death the family property passed to his uncle and namesake. This John Arundell had been a favourite son, and that partiality doubtless contributed to Arundell's two appearances at Westminster during his father's lifetime, although neither occurred while Sir John Arundell was sheriff in 1554. Mitchell was owned by Arundell's kinsmen, the powerful Arundells of Lanherne, and until the accession of Elizabeth that family's support was a pre-requisite for election there. In 1555 Arundell's prospects were improved by a combination of circumstances: his namesake of Lanherne was returned for Preston, Sir John Arundell of Lanherne was sheriff, and a cousin Richard Chamond was elected knight of the shire for Cornwall. Three years later John Arundell of Lanherne was to sit for the shire, and his promotion made way for Arundell's re-election for Mitchell. The Catholicism of the Arundells of Lanherne was distasteful to Elizabeth, and after 1558 their authority in Cornwall waned. It was perhaps for this reason, as much as for his being ‘a somewhat inarticulate man ... who preferred to stay at home and superintend the building of Trerice’, that Arundell did not reappear in Parliament.
In view of his retiring nature it is not surprising that Arundell played little part in the public life of Cornwall. As sheriff in 1574 he was of some assistance to the 2nd Earl of Bedford when he came to Cornwall as lord lieutenant; in 1580 he was asked to help with the survey of coastal defences and with the apprehension of escaped pirates. Arundell died not long after receiving these instructions; he made his will on 14 Sep and on 3 Nov an inquisition post mortem was held at Bodmin. He entrusted much of his property to feoffees, who were to pay his debts, look after his children and transfer the estate to his heir when he came of age. He left £400 each to his two unmarried daughters and named as supervisors Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, Sir John Chichester, Thomas Cosworth, Sir Richard Grenville, Francis Godolphin and Thomas St. Aubyn.
One of the feoffees appointed to administer Arundell's property was his son-in-law Richard Carew, who left this description of him:
'Private respects ever with him gave place to the common good; as for frank, well-ordered and continual hospitality, he outwent all show of competence; spare but discreet of speech: better conceiving than delivering ... Briefly, so accomplished in virtue, that those who for many years together waited in nearest place about him, and by his example learned to hate untruth, have often deeply protested how no curious observation of theirs could ever descry in him any one notorious vice'.
John Arundell married secondly Gertrude Dennis circa 1 March 1573.
     John resided at Trerice, East Newlyn, Cornwall.
     John Arundell made a will dated 1580.
     John died on 15 September 1580 in Madron, Cornwall. He was buried in East Newlyn.
     John Arundell was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held on 3 November 1580.
Easter term: (27 Eliz) - Final concord; with counterpart John Arundell, knight, claimant = (1) Robert Arundell esquire, Elizabeth his wife, Christopher Arundell esquire and Katherine his wife, deforciants = (2)-(5)
1 messuage, 2 tofts, 2 gardens, 60 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture and 40 acres of furze and heath in Trewheverack (Constentyn); (2)-(5) acknowledge them to be the right of (1) as by their gift, and quitclaimed them to him and his heirs for ever. Warranty by (2)-(5) against themselves, their heirs, and the heirs of John Arundell of Trerice, knight (deceased). For this (1) gave £41 to (2)-(5)
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Children of John Arundell and Catherine Cosworth

Children of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis

John Arundell

(7 July 1564 - )
     John Arundell was christened on 7 July 1564 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. He was the son of John Arundell and Catherine Cosworth.

John Arundell

(11 June 1575 - before 1576)
     John Arundell was christened on 11 June 1575 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. He was the son of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis.
     John died before 1576.

John Arundell

(22 November 1576 - 5 December 1654)
     John Arundell was born on 22 November 1576 in East Newlyn, Cornwall. See Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Online) for full details. He was the son of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis. John Arundell was christened on 2 December 1576 in East Newlyn. They was listed as Gertrude Dennis's ward in 1580.
John Arundell married Mary Cary. They had other issue: William, Francis, Agnes.
John Arundell was a Member of Parliament in Trerice, Madron, Cornwall, between 1601 and 1621/22.
He was governor of Pendennis Castle from July 1643 to August 1646 during the Civil War when Thomas Fairfax (3rd Baron Fairfax of Cameron) laid seige to the Castle (March 1645). He surrendered on August 17th and this ended the Civil War in Cornwall.
     John Arundell made a will dated 14 June 1654. He directed that his body was to be buried near his late wife in the parish church of Newlyn in Pyder, He bequeathed his lands in Cornwall, Devon & Somerset, to his second son Richard (his eldest son John having pre-deceased him).
     John died on 5 December 1654 aged 78.
     His will was proved on 22 May 1656 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of John Arundell and Mary Cary

John Arundell

(after 1265 - between 1306 and 1309)
     John Arundell was born after 1265 in England. He was in wardship to his grandmother Eva Rupe in 1284. He was the son of Remfrey Arundell and Alice de Lanherne.
(St Dunstan, 13 Edw [I]); at Lahern. Grant of wardship of lands during minority
Alice de Arundell who was wife of Remfrey de Arundell, widow = (1)
Master Odo de Arundell = (2)
(1), in her widowhood, to (2), all right that she has after the death of Lady Eve de Arundell who was wife of Lord Ralph de Arundell, in the manor of Trembleyd, in the new mill in the land of Trerofel (in novo molend' sito in terra de Tre an unknown person ofel), and in 1 acre of land in the vill of Penros, together with all appurtenances of that manor except for the manor of Tredreysec, [all] belonging to her by reason of the custody of John de Arundell, son and heir of Remfrey; for (2) to hold until the full age of John; if he does not attain full age (quod absit), then (2) shall hold them until the full age of John's successor. When the heir attains full age, then (2) is bound to give him the lands. Warranty.
Sir Oliver de Arundell, Sir Laurence de Dinesel, and Sir Robert le Flamang, knights, Laurence de Arundell, Richard le Flamang, Stephen de Trenewed, John de Tregod, Portell (Portello) de Treueben, Nicholas de Trenewed.
[16th century?] "Alicia de Arundell". [17th century?] "Deed sans date -- Alice de Arundel wife of Remphry d'Arundel grants custody of John son & heir of said Remphry to Odo de Arundel."
manor of Trembleyd [= Trembleath, in St Ervan]
Novum mo lendinum (in Trerofel) [= Millingworth, in St Ervan; tenement of Trembleath manor]
Penros [= Penrose, in St Ervan; tenement of Trembleath manor] manor of Tredreysec [= Tredrizzick, in St Minver: see AR/2/1341] Portellus de Treueben [in Little Petherick]
Cf. AR/3/27 and AR/4/179 (same people, same year).
Lady Eve de Arundell was still alive later in 1285: AR/3/27 and AR/4/179.
Portell de Treveben occurs also in AR/4/179 (also 1285)
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John Arundell I married Joan, daughter of Ralph le Soor, in circa 1290. As a result of this marriage the Arundells inherited the manors of Prospidnick and Tolverne after the death of Ralph Soor in 1409 x 1417. Bodwannick was also a Soor manor but seems to have gone to the Colyns family before being acquired by the Arundells by the year 1464.
John Arundell married Joan le Soor. She was the daughter of Ralph (or John Soor & Rosea Pridias).
He married Joan, daughter and heiress of Ralph le Soor (this marriage resulted in the Arundells acquiring the manors of Prospidnick and Tolverne in the early 15th century)..
John Arundell I son of Remfrey II; asserted his title to a market and fair at Mitchell in 1302 (Quo Warranto, p.109b).
     John died between 1306 and 1309. His son was in wardship to the Bishop of Exeter.

Child of John Arundell