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  1. Thomas Monck. (bef. 1570 - 1627) Sir Thomas Monck. Born before 9 Apr 1570 in Potheridge near Merton, Devon, England. Ancestors. Son of Anthony Monck Esq and Mary (Savery) Monck. Brother of Frances (Monck) Stucley and Elizabeth (Monk) Luttrell. Husband of Elizabeth (Smith) Monck — married 17 Jun 1601 in Merton, Devon, England. Descendants.

  2. 29 de jun. de 2014 · Thomas Monck grew up in seventeenth-century Buckinghamshire, England in the midst of religious and political turmoil. Those who did not conform to the Church of England’s (or Anglican) faith and practices were subject to imprisonment, fines, search and seizure of property, and general harassment. Monck’s hometown certainly “drank deep of ...

  3. 30 de jul. de 2023 · Also, as an FYI, the 1564 Visitation shows all of Thomas Monck's children to be by his first wife Frances Plantagenet with the only exception being his daughter Dorothy. The later 1620 Visitation continues to show the Monck-Plantagenet marriage with Thomas Monck who married Elizabeth Smith being a grandson of Thomas Monck & Frances Plantagenet.

  4. Segundo filho do Sir Thomas Monck, George Monck começou sua carreira militar aos 16 anos de idade se juntando na expedição do exército inglês em Cadiz no ano de 1625, no mesmo ano ele foi compelido para evitar julgamentos a participar do Cerco de La Rochelle após esfaquear o sub-xerife de Devon, que tinha prendido seu pai por excesso de dividendos, então logo, para pagar essas dividas ...

  5. The origin of this Thomas Monck is not known, but he first married Joanna Broughton, daughter of Col. Thomas Broughton (later Lt. Governor), on January 6, 1732. Monck named his property "Mitton," and it was on part of this property that became the first village known as Monck's Corner.

  6. When Thomas Munck Lord of Potheridg Sire was born in 1515, in Little Potheridge, Devon, England, his father, Anthony Monke of Powdering, Esq., was 25 and his mother, Lady Elizabeth Mary Wood, was 27. He married Frances De Plantagenêt on 7 September 1542, in Devon, England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 4 ...

  7. 3 de ago. de 2022 · M. Clayton Orvin, in his history of Moncks Corner, states, “By a deed dated August 22, 1735, James Le Bas, grandson of the immigrant, conveyed one thousand acres to Thomas Monck, which according ...