22400.WilliamFox, born 1545 in England; died in England.He was the son of 44800. HenryFox.He married 22401. AnneLane 1568. 22401.AnneLaneShe was the daughter of 44802. HenryLane. Child of William Fox and Anne Lane is:
Henry Fox, born 1578 in England; died 1625 in England.
22416.WilliamWest, Baron De La Warr, born 1519 in England; died 1595 in England. Notes for William West, Baron De La Warr: . Encyclopedia Britannica, 1948 edition: "William West (c. 1519-95) .... was disabled by act of parliament (1549) from succeeding to his honours for having sought to poison his uncle. However, in 1570 he was created by patent Baron De La Warr. Child of William West, Baron De La Warr is:
Thomas WestIII, Lord Baron De La Warr, born 1556 in Wherwell, Hampshire, England; died March 24, 1602; married Anne Knollys November 19, 1571 in Hampshire, England.
22418.SirFrancisKnollys, born Abt. 1514 in of Rutherfield Greys & Caversham, Oxfordshire; died July 19, 1596.He was the son of 44836. RobertKnollys.He married 22419. Mary'Katherine'Cary 1538. 22419.Mary'Katherine'Cary, born 1522 in Chilton, Wiltshire, England; died June 15, 1569 in Hampton Court.She was the daughter of 44838. HenryVIII TudorKing of England and 44839. MaryBoleyn. Notes for Sir Francis Knollys: Encyclopedia Britannica: "Knollys, who entered the service of Henry VIII before 1540, became M.P. in 1542 and was knighted in 1547 while serving with the English army in Scotland. A strong supporter of the reformed doctrines, he retired to Germany after Mary's accession, returning to England to become a privy councillor, vice-chamberlain of the royal household and a member of parliament under Queen Elizabeth, whose cousin Catherine (d. 1569), daughter of William Carey and niece of Anne Boleyn, was his wife. Knollys was sent in 1566 to Ireland, his mission being to obtain for the queen confidential reports on the lord deputy Sir Henry Sidney, of whose conduct of affairs he gave a good report. In 1568 he was sent to Carlisle to take charge of Queen of Scots; he was afterward in charge of the queen at Bolton castle and then at Tutbury castle. He gave up the position of guardian just after his wife's death in Jan. 1569. He was treasurer of the royal household from 1572 until his death on July 19, 1596. His monument may still be seen in the church of Rotherfield Grays, Oxfordshire. Knollys was Elizabeth's commissioner on such important occasions as the trials of Mary Queen of Scots, of Philip Howard earl of Arundel, and of Anthony Babington." Sir Francis Knollys participated in the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 and was treasurer of the royal household. .
Notes for Mary 'Katherine' Cary: died on 15 Jan 1568/69 in Westminster Abbey, England. If, as some seem to believe, Henry VIII was her father, a lot of these people don't belong in the family tree! From this point back, there is a great deal of duplication of ancestors. She was Chief Lady of the Bedchamber