Name: Richard Reynes 1
Residence: Clifton Reynes, Bucks
Change Date: 12 MAY 2011
Thomas Reynes was succeeded by his brother Richard, during whose tenure of the manor a renunciation of rights appears to have been made in 1528 by Lawrence Taillard, probably son and heir of Elizabeth wife of William Taillard, and daughter and co-heir of Joan Anstey, the claimant in the suit of 1440.
Richard Reynes settled Clifton on his wife Maud, and left three daughters and co-heirs, of whom one married Thomas Lowe, esquire of the body and captain under Henry VIII.
Mary, daughter of Richard Reynes (ob. 1556) the brother (and coheir with his niece, Elizabeth Reynes Decons) of Sir John Reynes of Clifton and Marston, ob. 1509.
(The Descent of the Family of Deacon of Elstowe and London, by Edward Deacon. - Page 267)
After the death of the Queen, Decons retired from the court, and married Elizabeth, sole daughter, by his second wife, of Sir John Reynes of Clifton-Reynes.
(Notes & Queries for Somerset and Dorset. 1909. Page 210)
His other dau and coheir married Thomas Lowe, who obtained Clofton partly by inheritance and partly by purchase.
Richard Reynes, his youngest brother, next succeeded as Lord of Clifton. He had married Maud, daughter of John Booth, of Dunham Massey, and obtained Clifton partly by purchase and partly by inheritence. He died in 1566.
(History and Antiquities of the Newport Pagnell Hundreds, by Oliver Ratcliff. 1900. Page 30)
Richard Reynes, of Clifton Reynes, in Bucks, (by Maud, his wife, daughter of George Booth, of Dunham-Massey, in Cheshire) who was the son of John Reynes, of Clifton aforesaid.
Father: Thomas or John Reynes
- Mary Reynes
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Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham