Joan Ernley
(-1550)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Edward Banester of Idsworth, Hampshire

  • Edward Banester of Idsworth, Hampshire
  • Barbara Banester
2. William Everard

Joan Ernley 1

  • Marriage (1): Edward Banester of Idsworth, Hampshire
  • Marriage (2): William Everard after 1511
  • Died: 7 Jul 1550 1

   Other names for Joan were Jane Ernle and Joan Ernle.

  General Notes:

Daughter of John Ernley of Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire.

[Visitation of Hampshire, https://archive.org/stream/PedigreesFromTheVisitationOfHampshireMadeByThomasBenolt/PedigreesFromTheVisitstionOfHampshire_v64_286pgs#page/n31/mode/2up/search/banester]

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Regarding her grandson, Edward:

Banester was only a few years old when his father died, and his wardship was acquired by his grandmother Joan Everard, who in her will, made in 1549, decided that Idsworth should be occupied and maintained by her son-in-law Henry Goring, until Banester was 21. She hoped that his wardship would pass to her own family, the Erneleys, but it was bought in April 1551 by Sir William Goring, Henry's father. It was not until the summer of 1562 that Banester was licensed to enter upon his lands. As well as Idsworth and the manor of Wellsworth in the same parish, he now owned Banester's Court, Millbrook, near Southampton, houses in Portsmouth, a share in four manors in the Isle of Wight, two thirds of the manor of Horton Mabank or Horton Horsey and one third of the manor of Rustington, both in Sussex, as well as land in several other Sussex parishes.

[History of Parliament, www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1558-1603/member/banester-edward-1540-1606]

  Research Notes:

Possibly the daughter of John and Anne (née Darrell), see: https://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ancestorsearch&id=I34799

See also: http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/ernle/

  Events

• Will, 9 May 1549. 1

• Inquisition: Post Mortem, 5 Sep 1550, Horsham, West Sussex, GB. 1 Joan Everard widow, Vol 92 No 104
Horsham 5 Sep 4 Edward VI d 7 July last 1550
Heir grandson, Edward Banaster, son of Edward Banaster, son of Joan Everard aged 9 yrs 9 months 2 days
Lands: Manor of Horton Horsey, Sussex.
Lands in Compton. Made will 9 May 3 Edward VI.
Lands in Beddyng, Haberton, Horton, Henfield and Southwyk
Edward Banaster my sonne's son, Mary Belyngham my daughter, Barbara Belyngham my daughter, Dorothy Goring my daughter


Joan married Edward Banester of Idsworth, Hampshire.


Joan next married William Everard, son of John Everard and Margaret Bedingfield, after 1511. (William Everard died between 24 Jun 1524 and 12 Feb 1525.)


Sources


1 Sussex Record Society, <i>Sussex Record Society </i> (N.p.: Sussex Record Society, n.d.), XIV Post Mortem Inquisitions in Sussex - 1 Henry VII (1485) to 1649 and after: 83.

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