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Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Anne West
Spouse1: Henry Isaac Fox
b.1658 West Point, Virginia Colony
d.1708 MAY 12 New Kent, New Kent, Virginia Colony
Father: Lt.Col. John West II  
Mother:
George West b.1529
d.1595 England
Father: SIR Thomas West  
Mother:
John West b.1590 Testwood, in Eling, Hampshire, England
d.1659 West Point Plantation, New Kent County, Colony of Virginia
Father: 2nd Baron De La Warr Thomas West  
Mother:
LT.COL.
John II West
b.1632 Chicksack Bellfield Plantation, York River, New Kent, Virginia Colony
d.1689 New Kent now, King William, Virginia
Father: John West  
Mother:
John West was born about 1632 in New Kent County, Virginia. He was the son of Governor John West of Virginia and the grandson of Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr West served in the militia from 1652 to 1673, ending with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He was a supporter of Governor Berkeley during Bacons Rebellion, and appears in the list compiled by the Kings Commissioners of those who suffered grievances during the uprising:[2] Col. John West a person greatly impaired in his stock & goods by the Rebells, and a most constant Loyall Gentleman during the late Rebellion, and was for some time after Bacons death Imprisoned by the Rebell Partie.[3] West served as a member of the courts-martials which tried the rebels. In 1659, Wests father died, the last of the four sons of Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr who came to Virginia. In recognition of the familys contributions to the colonial enterprise, the Virginia Assembly passed the following Act: WHEREAS the many important favours and services rendred to the countrey of Virginia by the noble family of the West, predecessors to Mr. John West, their now only survivor, claim at least that a gratefull remembrance of their former merrits be still continued to their survivor, It is ordered, That the levies of the said master West and his family be remitted, and that he be exempted from payment thereof during life.[5] John West [Weft] represented New Kent County in the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1680-1682, 1684, 1685-86, 1688, and 1691-1692
Parlee West
Spouse1: John Varney
b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
Pricy West b.1876 NOV 18
d.
Father:  
Mother:
6TH LORD LA WARRE, 3RD LORD WEST
Raynold West
b.1395
d.1450
Father: Thomas West  
Mother:
Richard West b.1430
d.1476
Father: 6th Lord la Warre, 3rd Lord West Raynold West  
Mother:
SIR LORD WEST
Thomas West
Spouse1: Eleanor Cantilupe
b.
d.1343
Father: Thomas West  
Mother:
Thomas West
Spouse1: Eleanor Cantilupe
b.1249 Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire, England
d.
Father:  
Mother:
SIR
Thomas West
b.1322
d.1386 Oakhanger, Hampshire, England
Father: SIR Lord West Thomas West  
Mother: Eleanor Cantilupe
Thomas West b.1365
d.1405
Father: SIR Thomas West  
Mother:
8TH LORD LA WARRE, 5TH LORD WEST
Thomas West
b.1457
d.1525
Father: Richard West  
Mother:
Following the death of his father on 10 March 1475/6, Thomas received special livery of his lands on 1 September 1476, although he was still a minor.[1][3] He was summoned to Parliament from 15 November 1482 to 15 April 1523.[1][3] Thomas supported Henry VII and in 1485/6, was given large grants from estates Sussex of the attainted Duke of Norfolk.[3] In 1514 he served as Lord Attendant on Princess Mary Tudor,[1] the Kings sister, at her marriage to Louis XII of France.[3] In 1520, Thomas was one of the Kings attendants at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.[1] Thomas served in the expedition to France in 1474.[1][3] He was one of the chief commanders sent to Flanders in 1491[3] to aid Emperor Maximilian against the French.[1] In 1496/7 he commanded the forces raised to repress the rebellion in Cornwall.[1][3] In 1513, he was part of the Battle of Spurs,[1] participating in the sieges of Therouenne and Tournay
SIR
Thomas West
b.1504
d.1538 SEP
Father: 8th Lord la Warre, 5th Lord West Thomas West  
Mother:
George West, Knt., was a younger son of Thomas West, K.G., K.B., 8th Lord la Warre, 5th Lord West, by his third wife, Eleanor Copley.[1][2] His date of birth is unknown and is estimated based on the 1502 death of his fathers second wife. George was appointed Master and Warden of the Collegiate Church of Manchester, Lancashire, on 29 July 1516. In 1522 he was appointed Rector of Shepton Mallet, Somerset by his father. In 1525, Sir George was a legatee in the will of his father and, in October 1528, he resigned from both the church in Somerset and from his wardenship in Lancashire
2ND BARON DE LA WARR
Thomas West
b.1556 England
d.1602 England
Father: 1st Lord de La Warr William West  
Mother:
Thomas was knighted on 7 December 1587[3] by Robert Sidney, Earl of Leicester when the Earl landed at Flushing (Vlissingen) in what is now the Netherlands.[14] Thomas was a Justice of the Peace for Hampshire from 1582 and for Sussex from 1596.[4] He was Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire in 1585[1][2] and Sheriff of Hampshire in 1585/6.[1][2][3] He also held the post of Keeper of the Forests of Alice Holt and Wormer".[1][2][4] From 1590 he was a Chamberlain of the Exchequer.[4] In 1595/6 (38 Elizabeth) Thomas was appointed one of the commissioners for putting in execution an act passed in the first year of her reign, "An acte restoring to the crowne of the ancient jurisdiction over the state, ecclesiasticall and spirituall, and abolishing all foreigne power repugnant to the same Thomas became 2nd Lord de la Warr in 1595 on the death of his father.[1][2] This was the second creation of the title, which had previously fallen into abeyance in 1554 on the death of Thomas West, 9th Baron de la Warr of the original creation.[16] In 1597 Thomas successfully petitioned the House of Lords to have the "precedency" of the original creation of the title,[1][2][3] and thereafter on occasions styled himself the 11th Baron de la Warr. In 1599 Thomas set off with the Earl of Essex for Ireland, but there is no evidence that he actually reached Ireland.[4] Two years later, in 1601, his rank as peer meant he took part in the trials of the Earls of Essex and Southampton.[2][3][4] His son Thomas had been involved in Essexs rebellion, and had to give a bond of £2000 and pay a fine of £1000.[7] This made a sizeable dent in Thomass resources.[4] During the trial the Earl of Essex asked Thomass forgiveness for bringing his son into danger.[15] Thomas died on 24 March 1601/2 (1602 in modern reckoning).[1][2][3] He left no will.[4] Anne, his widow, was resident in the parish of St. Katherine Coleman, London in 1608. Her will, dated 2 July 1633, was proved on 17 August 1633
1ST LORD DE LA WARR
William West
b.1529 England
d.1595 DEC 30 Wherwell, Hampshire, England
Father: George West  
Mother:
At some point, William was adopted as heir by his fathers childless half-brother, the 9th and last Lord, Thomas West, "to the exclusion, apparently of the issue of that Lords next brother, Sir Owen West".[3][4] William, "being not content to stay until his uncles natural death, prepared poison to dispatch [Sir Thomas] quickly".[1][3] William was in the Tower by 1548 for his unsuccessful attempt to poison his uncle and, in 1549, Sir Thomas placed a private bill before Parliament to disinherit his nephew.[5] As punishment, on 1 February 1549/50, William was disabled from all honours by Act of Parliament.[1][3] Although he had been reinstated as heir by the time of his uncles death in September 1554, William was unable to inherit the barony due to the 1550 act of Parliament.[5] In 1556, Sir Henry Dudley formulated a conspiracy against Queen Mary I, and tried to prove that she was ineligible to be Queen. In February 1556, Henry Peckham informed William and his cousin Edward Lewknor of the plot, and asked them to obtain a copy of King Henry VIIIs will which could prove that Mary was ineligible for the crown. Lewknor sent the document to William, who gave it to Peckham.[1] For his part in the conspiracy, William was found guilty of treason[1] on 30 June 1556[3] and was sentenced to death.[5] William received a pardon in 1557 and soon after served at the Battle of St. Quintin in Picardy[5] as Captain of the Army.[1] William was restored in blood on 10 April 1563[3] by Elizabeth I[5] and soon after presented himself to the church at Shepton Mallet, Somerset, as "William West, Esq., "called Lord La Ware"".[1] He was joint Lieutenant of Sussex[1] in November 1569, styled as "William West, Esquire".[3] He was knighted by the Earl of Leicester on 5 February 1569/70 at Hampton Court and, on that same day, was created by patent "Baron Delaware",[1][3] in a new creation of that title.[5] William was summoned to Parliament from 15 September 1586 to 19 February 1591/2 by writs directed Willielmo West de la Warr Chl.[1][3] He took his seat in the House of Lords as a junior baron,[5] "in which place he sat until his death".[3] Like his uncle, William served as the governments agent in Sussex and was, at times, in the position of lord lieutenant.[5] William was a protestant and was active in the prosecution of recusants for treason.[5] In 1572, William sat as one of the peers at the trial of the Duke of Norfolk.[3][5] After Norfolk was executed, William was "sent to the Queen of Scots to expostulate with her".[3] In 1589, William sat on the Earl of Arundels trial. William West died at Wherwell, Hampshire on 30 December 1595,[1][5] aged over 75.[3] Williams Inquisition Post Mortem was held 6 April 1596.[3] Administration of his estate was granted 12 February 1600/1 to Richard Nestfield, Gent., of Wherwell.[1][3] William was succeeded by his son, Thomas, who received the precedency within the peerage that had belonged to the ancient Barony of la Warre before his father forfeited it.[5][6] His widow, Anne, remarried to Richard Kemis (or Kemish)[3] and had no issue. Anne died before 2 July 1633 and was buried in the church of Andover, Hampshire, near her mother and third husband.


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