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1.2. Martin ARCHDALE (John1), born bef 1558, Stafford, Staffordshire, England; died testate 25 Dec 1597, St. Margaret Pattens, London, England; buried 3 Jan 1697/8, St. Margaret Pattens; married June 13, 1575, St. Olave Hart Street, London, England, Barbara SEXTON, b abt 1557, d December 1617 Hornchurch, Essex, England, d/o Thomas SEXTON, and later wife of Sir William AYLOFFE.

Inexplicably, Martin was not included by his nephew, Richard, in the 1633-4 Harleian Visitations, although other records do document him as John's son, including his will, in which he names, among others, "my brother Thomas ARCHDALE, draper, citizen of London." According to the Archdale Memoirs, the crest on Martin's coat of arms (included in his funeral certifcate) denotes his status as "second son." (not researched).

According to Martin's funeral certificate, which describes him as a "Citizen of London, gent.," he died 25 Dec 1597 at his house "neer Tower Street" in London, and was buried 2 Jan 1597 at St. Margaret Pattens. In his will, he is self described as a "citizen and grocer of London." The certificate also includes the name of his wife, and the names and ages of all his surviving children (all also named in his will).

Following Martin's death, Barbara SEXTON married 2nd Sir William AYLOFFE, as confirmed by the 1634 Visitation of Essex, which states that "Sr. Will'm AYLOFFE of Britteins in Essex & Broxted in the same county [Essex], Knighted 11th of May 1603 & knt. & Baronett." married "Barbara d. of ....SEXTON of ...2 wife." (See also below) Barbara had two sons by Sir William (Thomas and John) and was buried at Hornchurch, Essex 16 Dec 1617.

Issue of Martin and Barbara SEXTON Archdale:

1.2.1. John ARCHDALE, b December 30, 1578 and christened 4 Jan 1678/9, All Hallows Barking, London, d August 31, 1621; m (1) January 14, 1600/01 Eye, Suffolk, England, Frances HONINGS, b 1583, d January 1613/14, d/o Edward HONINGS and Ursula WINGFIELD; married (2) 1614-1620, Katherine TEMPLE, d November 13, 1642, Dublin, Ireland. She married 2nd Sir John VEEL (VELL), by whom Cary VELL and others

1.2.2. Alice ARCHDALE, b 1581, d November 1612; m bef 1612, Benjamin AYLOFFE, b bef 1599, d March 1661/62, s/o William AYLOFFE and Catherine STERNE

The Harleian Visitations of 1634, Essex, Ayloffe Family, also record the marriage of Martin and Barbara's daughter, Alice, to (her step-brother), Sir Benjamin AYLOFFE, son of Sir William by his first wife, the daughter and co-heiress of Thomas STERNE of Cambridgeshire near Royston.

1.2.3. Ann ARCHDALE, christened 27 Sep 1584, St. Olave Old Jewry, London, England; died young (bef death of her father in 1597).

1.2.4. Martin ARCHDALE, christened 15 Feb 1587, St. Olave Old Jewry, London, England, d aft 1631

1.2.5. Robert ARCHDALE, christened 10 Aug 1589, St. Olave Old Jewry, London, England, d 1644

Robert inherited from his father, Elmstead Farm in Bromley Kent. He received his B.A. from Christ College, Cambridge University, in 1607, and his M.A. in 1611. On 10 July, 1610, he was incorporated at Oxford University. He was the rector of Trimley, St. Martin's, Suffolk in 1627. His death year (Archdale Memoirs) not yet confirmed?

1.2.6. Samuel ARCHDALE, b 1591, St. Margaret Pattens, London, England, d June 1617, Hornchurch, Essex, England, buried St. Helen's Bishopgate, London.

Samuel's burial record states ""Samuel ARCHDALE, gentleman, sonne in lawe unto Sr. William AILOFFE, Knight."

1.2.7. Daniel ARCHDALE, b 1593 St. Margaret Pattens, London, England, d 1647, Wennington, Essex; m September 30, 1618 Chigwell, Chigwell, Essex, England, Margaret ALGER.

Daniel ARCHDALE matriculated pens. from Christ's College, Cambridge University, Dec. 1610; afterwards a Fell.-Com, and on 6 August 1612, was admitted to Lincoln's Inn (Inns of Court, London). He died testate in 1647, of Wennington, Essex, naming daughter, Mary.

1.2.8. Sarah ARCHDALE, b abt 1595 St. Margaret Pattens, London, England, d ??; m December 17, 1618, St. Helen's, Bishopgate, London, England, Richard BAKER


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