Name: Edward Restwold
Death: 24 JUL 1547
Residence: The Vache, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks
Note: 1 2 3|
Change Date: 17 SEP 2009
1. Jane RESTWOLD (m.1 Francis Hastings of Fernwick - m.2 Robert Lee )
2. Beatrice RESTWOLD (m. Thomas Waterton)
In an entry of 26 October 1540 in the Chalfont Saint Peter Manor Court Roll. (BRO D/BASM/15/9/e), Edward Restwold (Lord of Vache Manor) acknowledges holding lands in Chalfont Saint Peter Manor. These lands are clearly what is now the Roughwood estate.
In 1512 Richard settled Vache Manor on his son Edward on his marriage with Agnes Cheyne, and died in 1522, when Edward succeeded him. (fn. 64) He paid 50s. towards a subsidy in 1540 (fn. 65) and held Vache until his death in 1547, when two-thirds passed to his son Anthony, the remaining third forming the dower of his widow Agnes, (fn. 66) who in 1549 (fn. 67) married Thomas Waterton. Anthony died without issue in 1560, (fn. 68) when the two-thirds became the right of his six sisters, Elizabeth wife of John Titley*, Bridget wife of Richard Bury, Margaret Greenhill widow, Jane wife of Robert Lee, Katherine wife of John Fitzherbert and Beatrice wife of Thomas Waterton. They all combined the same year to alienate Vache to Thomas Fleetwood, who had already in 1552 acquired the life interest of Agnes Waterton, who died in 1558.
Arms of RESTWOLD, Bucks: Party per saltire, ermine and gules.
* At the dissolution the site of the convent at Marlow, Bucks, was granted to Tytley and Restwold.
Elizabeth Restwold married John Tytley 8 Feb 1541 at Saint Margaret?s, Westminster.
Death date from (Notes & Queries. 1877. p390.)
It is to be observed, however, that Edward Restwold, who died July 24, 1547,
left, by Agnes his wife, a son and heir, Anthony, aged thirty years (Inq. 2 ...
(Notes and queries?. 1877. - Page 390.)
Father: Richard Restwold b: 1457
Agnes Cheney b: in Drayton Beauchamp, Buckinghamshire
- Jane Restwold
- Type: Book
Author: James Parker
Title: A GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN HERALDRY
- Type: Book
Periodical: Magna Britannia
Author: Rev. Daniel Lysons, and Samuel Lysons, Esq
Date: 1806 onwards
- Text: IGI: Extract from parish register or other original record.