Sir Heneage Finch

(1580 - 5 December 1631)
     Sir Heneage Finch was born in 1580. He was the fourth son. He was the son of Sir Moyle Finch (Bt) and Countess Elizabeth Heneage. Heneage was admitted at the Inner Temple in November 1597, in London. Heneage was admitted to the Bar from 1606.      
Sir Heneage Finch was was an M.P. and Speaker of the House of Commons.
     He married twice and had thirteen children. See the Account of the Worshipfu Company of Grocers, 1829 for a detailed account of his son Heneage.
     Heneage died on 5 December 1631. He was buried in Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire. There is a 1632 monument to him held in the Victoria & Albert Museum, removed from the ruined church of St Mary, Eastwell, Kent. It was carved by Nicholas Stone (1586/7-1647). His parents are commemorated in a large table top tomb nearby.

Sir William Finch

     He was knighted for his services at the siege of Terouenne in 1513 and attended Henry VIII with a great retinue in 1520..
     Sir William Finch married Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace), daughter of Sir James Cromer. She was the widow of Sir Richard Lovelace..

Child of Sir William Finch and Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace)

Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace)

     Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace) married Sir William Finch. She was the widow of Sir Richard Lovelace.. Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace) was born in Tunstall, Kent, England. She was the daughter of Sir James Cromer.

Child of Elizabeth Cromer (Lovelace) and Sir William Finch