Richard DYNELEY of Charlton
Margaret TRACYE
John HARDWICK of Lindley
(Abt 1441-1511)
Elizabeth BOTELER
(Est 1445-Bef 1496)
William DYNELEY of Charlton
(Aft 1463-)
John DYNELEY of Charlton


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Elizabeth ST. NICHOLAS

John DYNELEY of Charlton 1 2 3

  • Married: Est 1510
  • Died: 1541, Cropthorne, Worcester, England 4

  Orthographic variations: DINELEY, DYNGLEY, DINGLEY

  Research Notes:

11 Nov 1511: For JOHN DYNGLEY, groom of the Chamber.

To be bailiff of the lord-ship of Upton-upon-Severn, Worc., and keeper of the park of Hamley, during pleasure. Richmond, 28 Oct. 3 Hen. VIII. 5


Recognizance cancelled: made by John Dyngley, of Charleton, Worc., groom of the privy chamber, 5 July 7 Hen. VIII [1515], Greenwich, 17 Aug. 11 Hen. VIII. [1519]—S.B. 6


23 Aug 1534: Remise and quitclaim by John Dyngley of Hanley, county Worcester (Wigorn'), esquire, for himself, his heirs, executors and assigns, or any other in his place or name, in perpetuity.

To William Frewen his serjeant (servienti), his heirs and executors, of all and all kinds of actions both real and personal, suits, pleas, dues and demands, which he ever had, has or can have in the future against him, by reason of any agreement, condition, obligation, receipt of money, account or demand or any other matter from the beginning of the world to the day of the execution of this document. Sealing clause. Witnesses: [none given]. Signed : John Dyngley. Dated at : [no place given]. Seal: (on tongue) red wax, device of five pointed star in ornate frame with letters I D below. 1. John Dingley (Dineley, etc.) appears here for the first time in Hanley. The family seat was at Charlton in Cropthorne. Henry Dingley was a verderer of the chase in 1584 and members of the family were lords of Hall manor in the late seventeenth century, selling it to Edmund Lechmere in 1743. 7


John's son Henry succeeded to the manor of Charlton in 1541 on the death of John. 4

  Marriage Information:

John married Elizabeth ST. NICHOLAS, daughter Roger ST. NICHOLAS of Thorne, Est 1510. (Elizabeth ST. NICHOLAS was born Est 1480 in Thorn, Minster, Thanet, Kent, England.)


1 The Visitation of the county of Worcester in the year 1569, Dyneley Pedigree, p. 50.

2 Villare Cantianum, Or, Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Being an Exact Description of All the Parishes, Boroughs, Villages, and Other Respective Manors in the County of Kent, To which is Added an Historical Catalogue of the High Sheriffs of Kent, by Thomas Philipott, John Philipott, p. 388.

3 The Visitation of Kent taken in the years 1619-1621, Dingley Pedigree, p. 45.

4 British History Online: Parishes: Cropthorne, citing Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), lxiv, 103.

5 Letters and Papers: Foreign and Domestic. Calendar of Henry VIII, 3 Henry VIII, p. 298.

6 Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, of the Reign of Henry VIII.: Preserved in the Public Record Office, the British Museum and Elsewhere. 1519 - 1523, Volume 3, Issue 1, Grants in August 1519.

7 UK National Archives, reference: 705:134/1531/59/3/5.

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