5 Annotations

First Reading

Wim van der Meij  •  Link

Colonel Henry Honywood of Little Archer's Court, River, Kent, who had taken up arms against Charles I. He was the son of Arthur Honywood, of Lincoln's Inn and Maidstone, and had sepulchre at Christ Church Canterbury. (Warrington)

Second Reading

Sasha Clarkson  •  Link

Mary Honywood (1527 – 1620), their great-grandmother "had 367 descendants in her lifetime".

"She achieved this by having sixteen children herself who in turn had 114 grandchildren. In her lifetime they had 228 great grandchildren and they had nine great great chandchildren. Honywood died at the age of 93."


Terry Foreman  •  Link

Henry Honywood of West Hawkes, Kingsworth, Kent; brother of Peter Honywood who lodged at Tom Pepys's house in Salisbury Court. [L&M footnote, 1/25/1663]

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