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BROCKET - 6 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Edward I Brocket
"of Steton"
Spouse1: Maude De gouer
b.1225 Steton, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
d.1290 Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
Father: William Brochet  
Mother: Luca De brocheshevd
Edward Broket of Steton is listed on Harley 807 as the most senior ancestor of the Broket/Brocket family in Yorkshire and Hertfordshire, England. He would have been born c.1225, probably in Yorkshire. He married Maude de Gouer or Gower, an heiress Elizabethan pedigrees played specific roles in their day and while Harley 807 deviates in places from known facts, it has value: It is a good example of Elizabethan genealogy. It shows how the head of the Wheathampstead Brockett dynasty portrayed his ancestry and heraldry. Behind its contemporary context and creativity there is sound genealogical information. It was reproduced literally in the 1860 Gateshead pedigree, which in turn was republished in New Jersey 1905. From there it has become widely available in various forms on the internet. Steeton is a 'lost village', the traces partially destroyed by the building of a great pond, now dry. The outlines can be seen from an aerial photograph. The Elizabethan Brockets of Wheathampstead clearly thought of Steeton as their ultimate place of origin. Glover traced a line for them there stretching back to the 1200's, but without dates. Although this coincides with dates of the earliest records of Brokets elsewhere in the Ainsty, two deeds dated 1269 listed no Brokets among the occupants of Steeton's 27 tofts. Perhaps marriage first brought them to Steeton late 13th - early 14th century from a nearby township. Including children and those who evaded or couldn't pay the poll tax, the population of Steeton in 1379 was about 100. They lived in roughly 20 houses on either side of the one street. Nicholas Broket and family were there then and deeds suggest that his forbears had been landholders there for at least 50 years. In 1450 half the township was granted to Edward Broket, although by then there were probably no Brokets living there. Children of Edward Broket of Steton and wife Maude de Gouer: Edward II, the heir, who married Dyonise, and left at least one heir, a son Lyonell. Maude Broket, wife to Eldercare Anne Broket
Edward Brocket
Spouse1: Elizabeth Thwaites
b.1417 Brocket Hall, Appleton, Bolton Percy, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
d.1488 Jul 25 Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Father:  
Mother:
St. Helen's Churchyard, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Elizabeth Brocket
Spouse1: ? Plompton
b.
d.
Father: Sir Thomas Brockett I  
Mother: Lucy ? heiress of Harewood
Lyonel Brocket
"of Seton"
Spouse1: Margaret ?
b.1328 Stanton, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
d.
Father: ? Plompton  
Mother: Elizabeth Brocket
Lyonell Broket of Steton was the son of Edward Broket II of Steton and his wife Dyonise. He was most likely born in Steton, Yorkshire, England. He married Margery, daughter of
SIR
Thomas II Brocket
b.1340 Brockett Hall, Hertfordshire, England
d. Symonds Hide, Hertfordshire, England
Father: Lyonel Brocket of Seton 
Mother: Margaret ? daughter of Darcy of the Northe
According to the Glover manuscripts, Thomas Broket (or Brocket) was the son of Thomas Broket of Steton and wife Lucy (unk). He married Elizabeth, who was described as Thomas Broket of Steton was the son of Lyonell Broket of Steton and wife Margery Darcy. He was probably born at Steton, Yorkshire, England. He married Lucy, the daughter and heir to Harewood. Glover listed three children - Edward, Thomas and Elizabeth.
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Thomas Brocket
b.1363 Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
d.1435 Apr 13 Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Father:  
Mother:


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