42. Sr William Rooe.
Argent a chevron
azure between 3 trefoils slipt, per pale
gules & vert.
Stowe says son to
Thomas Rowe of Penshurst; Furley (III,
288) says native of
Hawkhurst; free of the Ironmongers
Company; Lord Mayor and
Knighted, 1592; died in his
mayoralty, according to
1634 Visitation of London; married
Jane Lewkenor; will
(P.C.C. 36, Dixy) proved 1594, of St
Laurence, Old Jury,
Isle of Sheppy, Muswell, Middlesex and
Hasted, who quotes from
a MS. pedigree of "E.H." says the
family originates from
Rowes Place in Aylesford.
Sir Thomas Rowe,
merchant taylor, Lord Mayor, 1569 is given
in Stowe as son to
Robert, merchant taylor and grandson to
Reynald Rowe of Leigh.
To Sir Thomas arms were granted by
Garter and Norroy,
1566, as here, with 3 bezants on the
London, 1568). Stowe shows Sir William
with the bezants also,
and both coats with a crescent in
centre chief. Sir Henry
Rowe, mercer, son to Sir Thomas and
Lord Mayor, 1607, is
given the same coat without difference,
so it seems likely both
Elizabethans were 2nd sons.
43. Sr Anthony Manye.
Per pale argent
and sable, 3 chevrons between 3 cinqfoils
Son of Anthony Mayney
of Biddenden Place; sold
Biddenden and moved to
Linton Place; married Bridget, d. of
William Tanfield of Gayton, Northants; M.I. Linton, dated
1615; Knighted by Sir
William Fitzwilliam, Lord Deputy, 1593.
44. Sr Thomas Posthumus Hoby.
Argent 3 bottoms
gules, in dexter chief a crescent gules for
Brother of Sir Edward,
Constable of Queenborough (see no.
17); in 1595 suitor to
Sir Robert Sidney's "sister" (DeLisle
and Dudley Papers,
vol. II, 173, 181, 186), d. and coheir
Arthur Dakens of
Lynton, co. York, widow of (1) Walter
Devereux; (2) Thomas
Sydney, brother of Sir Robert. "Oct.
15, 1595. They say your
sister Sydney takes your brothers
death heavily ......
Sir Posthumus Hoby is gon to see her ........
but 'tis thought she
will give no eare unto yt." "Nov. 3, 1595.
Sir Posthumus Hoby hath
had access to your sister Sydney
and likes her so well
that he meanes to return out of hand."
"Nov. 16, 1595.
Sir Posthumus Hoby is rid towards your
with good store of fair jewels and pearls."
He was Knighted
by Fitzwilliam, Lord Deputy in 1593.
"By ye occasion
wch said marriage, the said Sir Thomas
Posthumus Hoby hath
altered & is dep'ted from ye place of
his habitac'on and
byrth out of ye South into ye North p'tes
of this Realme."
Exemplification of arms by Dethick and
Camden, 10 July 1598 (Misc.
Gen. et Her., I, 141); it shows
the Hoby arms of argent
a fess between 3 hobbies sable, a
centre for difference, impaling argent an