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51 Found on Newspapers.com St. John, Samuel (OSA0301)
 
52 Found on Newspapers.com St. John, Samuel L (SSH12427)
 
53 ?The names of all that have been examined, since the first of January last, and now sent unto the lords of the Privy Council.?
Endorsed by Cecil :??Examinations concerning Sir Ch. and Sir H. Danvers.? (170. 91.)
The examinations of the persons named, viz.:?
(1.) Anthony Swaine, one of the soldiers of Calshot Castle : taken before Edward, Earl of Hertford, Sir Thomas West, Knt., and William St. John, Esquire, 4th January 1594.
Swaine, Kitche and Mandy, soldiers of the Castle, were at Calshot on Monday the 7th of October last, when John Dalamor, the water serjeant, came thither and gave warning to Kitche, the master gunner that there were many suspected persons in the boat that rode between St. Andrews and Calshot, and willed them bend their ordnance against them. Mr. Humminges came on the same morning in a boat to the Castle to the Deputy to know if he had received any letters from the Captain, and presently after, the Deputy went to Hampton, and came not again until Wednesday night, after the coming of the company to the Castle.
On the 9th, about four of the clock in the afternoon, he heard a shot from St. Andrews Castle, even as a boat came on shore at Calshot Castle, which was of Itchen Ferry, out of the which came four or five persons, whereof the two knights, Sir Charles and Sir Henry Danvers, and Mr. Dymmocke were three. Presently came in another greater boat ten or eleven persons more ashore to the Castle, but he knew none of them. Mr. Dymmocke, presently after his coming, had some speech with Kitche, but what the speech was, he knoweth not; after the speech Kitche took all the said company into the Castle, disarmed them, arrested them and put them all up into the Deputy's chamber, and guarded the Castle with such weapons as there were, until the help came out of the company, which they sent for, viz : John Coles, John Gouldoke, John Hancocke, and Thomas Locke, who came into the Castle within an hour and a half after the said company. The Deputy came from Hampton into the Castle after 5 o'clock the same night, and finding all things as aforesaid, willed the said company to depart, and told them that they in the Castle were the Captain's friends, and were going into Brittany for service, and that he would keep the said help harmless, and keep them from trouble, and see the company in the Castle forthcoming. And the knights, Dymmocke, and the Deputy, with the rest of the company, did sup in the Deputy's Chamber, with such victuals as they brought with them, viz.: beef, mutton, and cold pasty of venison, and this examinate going and coming amongst them, did perceive the said knights to be very sad. He remembered that Roger Fynche, the porter, came from Hampton the 10th of October, and went back again that night. During their being in the Castle, the lesser knight, whose name was Sir Charles Danvers, as he thinketh, was hurt in one of his hands, and he saw one of their men, a surgeon, being a little man and young, on the said Thursday night dress the said knight's hurt. He saw not any of the company on Friday till towards night that they departed from the Castle, which was about 4 of the clock in the afternoon, and was presently on the coming of one Gilbert, a Scottishman, in a boat that came from Hamble. Their departure was very sudden; Mr. Dymmocke went with them also, but Gilbert went not with them because the boat was overloaden, who went overland from thence. They went into the boat in such haste that they were like to sink it. The said Gilbert told him that one Mr. Payne, a man of my lord of Southampton's, at such time as Gilbert took boat to come towards Calshot willed him to tell the knights that they should presently be gone and shift for themselves or else they would be apprehended that night, upon which message delivered they all departed suddenly, in a great hurly burly.
Signed : Hertford. Thomas West. William Seint John.
Endorsed with a précis of the contents.
2 pp. (170. 81.) 
St. John, Vice Admiral Sir William Knight (SSH0007)
 
54 A biography of son Charles R. St. John states his grandfather was Jacob St. John a soldier in the War of 1812. Van Ripper, Anna (I46)
 
55 A biography of son Charles R. St. John states his grandfather was Jacob St. John a soldier in the War of 1812. St. John, Horace (I105550825)
 
56 A Note St. John, Suzanne (I110)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. St. John, J.M. Alleged (I12341)
 
58 About 1550; He is likely 3rd son, where his eldest brother John?s birth is Cal 14 Apr 1544 de Port-St. John, Thomas Gent., of Toddington, Bedfordshire (I10493)
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I8586)
 
60 Aft. 03 Mar 1908 Smith, Julia Olive (I90)
 
61 after 1441 and before 1473 St. John, John (III) of Weobley (I11734)
 
62 after 1615; about 1625 - if he was truly released from prison (not sure if assumed by the merging) de Port-St. John, Oliver Esquire of Marlborough; 'Black Oliver' (I10020)
 
63 after 1706 (not yet 21 in 1727) and probably about 1711 (+6 years) St. John, Thomas (I11822)
 
64 AGE OF MAJORITY:
WALES had a much different set of laws and customs pertaining to marriage. Even after Wales was part of England, they still followed local courts and customs and some even carry into today. The age of Majority was 21 for both men and women. This was purely for legal papers and had nothing to do with age of consent. The age of Maturity was often seen as 30 or 35 and this was an age when a person was thought worthy of being able to make judgements. These ages only applied to legal matters. A girl could marry at 12 and a boy at 14 but neither could directly inherit assets, hence they might be wards to a mature guardian. Children younger than 12 could be promised in marriage and in some cases such couples were brought up together in the same household. A girl usually needs to weigh about 98lbs to be able to conceive and that was the average weight for a non-working twelve year old.
Some say a boy had to be age 17. There is no clear-cut rule. It seems to depend on the family dynamics for each individual situation. 
Family F4328
 
65 Aged 12 in 1850 Census puts birth year about 1838 St. John, Charles (I11072)
 
66 Aged 17 at 1684 marriage de Port-St. John, Barbara (I11094)
 
67 aged 20 in Sept. 1842 marriage record filed by his father Justice. St. John, William (I8600)
 
68 aged 26 or more in the IPM of his father, Sir Walter Rodeney in 1413) Rodney, John (I104783385)
 
69 aged 30 and more in 1498 Newton, Richard Esq. (I11624)
 
70 aged 6, 7 or 8 in 1790
aged 16, 17, 18 in 1800
married 1803

born 1783 +/- 1 year 
St. John, Perez "Pierce" OSA4096 John (I11164)
 
71 aged 69 at death in 1900 St. John, Hannah Elizabeth (OSA3071)
 
72 aged 83 years St. John, Daniel (OSA0021)
 
73 Aged about 35 in will dated 9 May 1684; Was born in Windsor so probably closer to 1647-8 before the family left Windsor. Mathew Grant's records show three children were born in Windsor, Ct. St. John, James (OSA0006)
 
74 Alexander de Sancto Johanne, Close Rolls, Edw. III Sep. 1345
1345 ? Age: 59
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=100979&strquery=Alexander20de20Sancto20Johanne
at her death, held no lands in chief or of any other in her demesne as of fee or in service in that bailiwick; she held the said manor and advowsons for life with remainder to Oliver and Elizabeth and the heirs of their bodies, by a fine levied in the king 
St. John, Lord of Instow & East Luccombe Alexander Knight, of Instow, Devon, England, UK (SSH0009)
 
75 ALEXANDER ST. JOHN SSH0009 John I, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng was living in 1339, already with a second wife and five children. He was born about 1286 at Stanton-St. John, Oxfordshire, England. He was the son of JOHN ST. JOHN I, OF LAGEHAM and BEATRIX BROY . In 1307, “Alexander son of John de Staunton [John of Stanton] to grant land in Eversholt to the abbot and convent of Woburn”. The Register of Bishop Grandisson in Instow, Devon, England has three entries regarding Alexander:
• September 21, 1318, Alexander de Sancto Johanne presents to Instow (The Register of John de Grandisson, Bishop of Exeter, (A. D. 1327-1369): 1360-1369, together with the register of institutions (Google eBook) pg. 834)
• 21 Sep. 1337, Patron, Alexander de Seynt Johan, pg. (The Register of John de Grandisson, Bishop of Exeter, (A. D. 1327-1369): 1360-1369, together with the register of institutions (Google eBook) pg. 1318
• December 1336 as depicted:
On 18 Sep. 1316, Bernehous, Johannes, ad pres. Alexandri de Sancto Johanne.’ And on 17 Jun 1318 under Ordines celebrati in Ecclesia Conventuali S. Germani in Cornubia, die Sabbati Quaturo Temporum in Ebdmoada Pentecostes; viz., xvij die Mensis Junii, A.D. Mo. CCCmo. xviijo. “Wilekoc, Ricardus, ad pres. Alexandri de Sancto Johanne.” (The Register of Water de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter, A.D. 1307-1326; pgs. 504, 506, 511, and 518)
In Devon, the chapel of St. John at Tawstock (Barnstaple) (21 534296) was originally a chapel of the order of the Knights of the Temple a fact commemorated in the nearby farm of Templeton where Alexander de Sancto Johanne, a Templar, is named as living in Tawstock circa 1333. ,
Alexander was granted a license for East Luccombe likely following the joint-marriage of his son, Oliver to the East Luccombe heiress, Elizabeth and himself to the widow of Hugh Luccombe, Elizabeth; where they had priority of the estate over the children:
Licence for Alexander de Sancto Johanne and Elizabeth [the widow of Hugh Luccombe] his wife and Oliver de Sancto Johanne and Elizabeth [daughter of Hugh and Elizabeth Luccombe] his wife to enfeoff Richard de Morcestre, parson of the church of Luccumbe, of the manor of Estluccumbe, co. Somerset, and the advowsons of the churches of Luccumbe and Selyworthy, held in chief as of the honor of Pynkeneye, and for him to re-grant the same to the said Alexander and Elizabeth his wife for life, with successive remainders in tail to Oliver and Elizabeth [Luccombe] his wife, to John, Theobald, and Henry, sons of the said Alexander, and reversion into the right heirs of the said John.
 
St. John, Lord of Instow & East Luccombe Alexander Knight, of Instow, Devon, England, UK (SSH0009)
 
76 ALEXANDER ST. JOHN, SSH0009 John I, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng was born about 1286. In 1307 it is recorded: Alexander son of John de Staunton to grant land in Eversholt to the abbot and convent of Woburn (Lists and Indexes, Issue 17 Great Britain Public Record Office, pg. 94). On 18 Sep. 1316, Bernehous, Johannes, ad pres. Alexandri de Sancto Johanne.’ And on 17 Jun 1318 under Ordines celebrati in Ecclesia Conventuali S. Germani in Cornubia, die Sabbati Quaturo Temporum in Ebdmoada Pentecostes; viz., xvij die Mensis Junii, A.D. Mo. CCCmo. xviijo. “Wilekoc, Ricardus, ad pres. Alexandri de Sancto Johanne.” (The Register of Water de Stapledon, Bishop of Exeter, A.D. 1307-1326; pgs. 504, 506, 511, and 518). The chapel of St. John at Tawstock (Barnstaple) (21 534296) was originally a chapel of the order of the Knights of the Temple a fact commemorated in the nearby farm of Templeton where Alexander de Sancto Johanne, a Templar, is named as living in Tawstock circa 1333.  St. John, Lord of Instow & East Luccombe Alexander Knight, of Instow, Devon, England, UK (SSH0009)
 
77 alleged birth as son of Richard St. John. Not confirmed. 26 Feb 2017 Suzanne St. John

Name Richard St. John
Gender Male
Baptism Date 14 Feb 1715
Baptism Place Barnby-Upon-Don, York, England
Father Richard St. John
FHL Film Number 1595411
Household Members
Name Age
Richard St. John
Richard St. John

Source Information
Title
England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 
de Port-St. John, Reverend Richard Sr., of Beaufort, South Carolina, USA (I12178)
 
78 Alleged theory:

In 1860, Claiborne St. John is left with his Blankenbeckler grandparents.

Elizabeth later remarries and Claiborne returns.

In the meantime, John seems to appear with new family in 1860 with child born that year, Tennessee.

I suspect he had an affair, led to divorce, and remarriage for both.


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In 1850 Census, Elizabeth is listed as Elizabeth Blankenbeckler with 2 year old Claiborne. No John St. John listed. They must have been split up before 1850 Census. Possibly divorced.

In 1846, Elizabeth marries her second husband.  
Family F5222
 
79 already deceased in father's probate records 8 Sep 1848 St. John, Abner (OSA5009)
 
80 alt birth abt. 1746 de Port-St. John, John (I105550349)
 
81 Alt birthplace: England - see death cert. for his son Michael J. St. John 1879-1935 de Port-St. John, John Joseph Sr. (I105550353)
 
82 alt death: 1598 de Port-St. John, Thomas (I11047)
 
83 alt death: 1620 (Sonia St. John tree) de Port-St. John, Anne (I10082)
 
84 alt death: 21 Apr 1582
alt burial: 24 Apr 1582 
de Port-St. John, 01st Baron of Bletso Oliver (I8850)
 
85 Alt marriage date 15 Feb 1825

Name Abram Stjohn
Gender Male
Spouse Name Dicey Harris
Spouse Gender Female
Marriage Date 15 Feb 1825
County Charlotte
State Virginia
Household Members
Name Age
Abram Stjohn
Dicey Harris  
Family F5013
 
86 alt names
Godechild
Godeheut 
Paynell, Godehelt (I104783402)
 
87 ALT. BIRTH NOT SURE WHERE i GOT IT. 4 July 1780 Danvers, Essex, Mass Rhodes, Sarah (I8539)
 
88 Alt. Birth: 16 Mar. 1645 as recorded apparently in Merchant Taylor School records. Not sure if type-o or intentionally made to appear younger for admission purposes.  St. John, John (I10593)
 
89 alt. death: 11 JUN 1345 Exeter, Devon, England de Port-St. John, Agnes wife of Hugh de Courtney? (I10663)
 
90 alt. death: bef. 2 Jul 1699 Middlesex, England Mathew, Lord of Llandello Ferwalkt and Llandaf Theobald (I11324)
 
91 alt. death: June, 1646 de Port-St. John, 04th Baron of Bletso / 1st Earl of Bolingbroke Oliver (I8856)
 
92 Alternate Placement. John F. St. John and John G. St. John are mixed up.

1850 William Kirk & Frederick Green;
1860 William Kirk and John granville & Betty Kirk;
1870 No William Kirk, John g. St. john & betty Kirk; Markley St. John & Hellen;
1880 William Kirk & Henry [Jefferson] St. John.

These are children of George St. John suggesting John G. St. John is John F. St. John or they should be switched. ???? 
St. John, John Granville Sr. (OSA5017)
 
93 Andrea St. John has burial records showing error in OSA St. John Genealogy 1907 book for Moses and his wife Zerviah. Andrea claims first wife is Mary Wood and mother to all Moses children and Zerviah is the second wife. D.A.R. has been updated.  St. John, Moses (OSA0529)
 
94 Ann Bourne first married Thomas Chicheley (1560-1592) and had the following children:
1. Sir Thomas Chicheley b. 1578 d. 1616
2. Mary Chicheley b. 1585 d. 1617 - in her will she names her siblings Oliver and Anne St. John.
3. Devereaux Chicheley b. 1587
4. Clement Chicheley b. 1559 d. 1559
5. John Chicheley b. 1590
6. Dorothy Chicheley b. 1592
7. Elizabeth Chicheley b. 1592
 
de Port-St. John, Thomas Gent., of Toddington, Bedfordshire (I10493)
 
95 Anna Cemetery Sitter, Adora E (I12035)
 
96 ANNE ST. JOHN AND SIR CHARLES HOWARD, KNIGHT

ANNE ST. JOHN I104783434 (Thomas, Christopher, William, Oliver, William, Alexander, John, John, Oliver, Alexander, John, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng) ?Anne Sainson daughter of Thomas Sainson? was baptized October 28, 1599, St. Andrew?s Holborn, Camden, London, England. Familysearch.org has this record indexed under Samson.

Record 73 Baptism: Anne Sainson daughter of Thomas Sainson above the same day
She married Sir Charles Howard, Knight (ID#10536) on February 3, 1620-1. ?03 Feb 1620-1 Sir Charles Howard, Kt, of St Clement's Danes, Middlesex, Bachelor, 30, & Anne St John, Spinster, 18, dau. of Thomas St John, Esq., of St Ann's, Blackfriars, London, who alleges; at St Clement Danes afsd.? Charles was born about 1591 as the third son of Sir William Howard of Lingfield (d. 1600) and Frances, daughter of William Goldwell of Goldwell, Kent. He was brother to Edward Howard I and Sir Francis Howard. He was knighted February 16, 1611.
Children of Anne St. John and Sir Charles Howard, Knight
I. DAUGHTER HOWARD I11002 (Anne, Thomas, Thomas, Christopher, William, Oliver, William, Alexander, John, John, Oliver, Alexander, John, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng)
II. DAUGHTER HOWARD I11003 (Anne, Thomas, Thomas, Christopher, William, Oliver, William, Alexander, John, John, Oliver, Alexander, John, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng)
III. THOMAS HOWARD I10537 (Anne, Thomas, Thomas, Christopher, William, Oliver, William, Alexander, John, John, Oliver, Alexander, John, Roger, John, Roger, John, Raoul, Rodulf, Esperleng) ?Tho: ye sonne of ye Right Worfull Sr Charles Howard & Anne was baptized the 19th daye of Septr [1635]? ; Another record says he was baptized October 7, 1635, Cople, Bedford, England. ?Thomas ye sonne of ye Right Worfull Sr Charles Howard was buried ye 4th of August [1636].?
Death and Burial
Lady [Anne St. John] Howard was buried March 11 1636, Cople, Bedfordshire, England. Sir Charles Howard, Knight died interestate on March 15, 1653, administration of his goods being granted to his two daughters on 13 May. The daughters subsequently claimed that they were owed £2,640 for arrears of an annuity granted by the Crown to their father. In August 1654 the Council of State granted them £1,000 out of any money due to the state from royalists they discovered. None of the descendants of Howards? daughters are known to have been elected to Parliament.
 
de Port-St. John, Ann (I11088)
 
97 Appears to have lived on Kingshead or Kensington High Street
 
St. John, Mathew (I10585)
 
98 Archives of DePauw University; Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church, Greencastle, Indiana; Book Number: Vol 6019; Description: First Methodist Episcopal Church, Membership Record Book, 1896-1908 St. John, 2nd Lt. James Henry (OSA3070)
 
99 Assumption: aged at least 18 at marriage in 1677 St. John, Mary (OSA0009)
 
100 at least 12-16 in 1777; after 1763 marriage of parents St. John, War of 1812 Private Ebenezer (I10472)
 

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