|b. c1580||[NEHGR 115:248-252]|
|d. aft 9 Oct 1666||[NEHGR 69:146-159]|
|m. 28 October 1600||Islington Co Devon||[NEHGR 69:146-159]|
[NEHGR 115:248-252] MG board probably about 1580, was very young when her mother Grace (Dowrish) Gye died suddenly without making a will. She was the youngest daughter named in the inquisition on her brother George and according to the indenture quoted in it was to receive 80 pounds as each of her older sistes did.
|d. btwn 1604 and 1608||Sandford Co Devon||[NEHGR 115:248-252]|
 Grace Dowrish
He was of Prowse, or Higher Dodderidge, in Sandford, and held lands also in Poughill nearby, at Upcott in Cheriton FitzPaine, and in Kingsbridge, south Devon, where his family had been seated as early as the fourteenth century.
He married twice. By the first wife, name unknown, he had a son and heir, Thomas of Poughill, gent,. who seems to have diied between 1615 and 1624, leaving a daughter Jane. By his second wife, Grace Dowrish, daugther of Thomas Dowrish of Dowrish Esq, he had eleven children who were living in 1587: Gilbert, Edmund, John, Walter, Peter, George, Robert, Johan, Jane, Anne and Mary.
|b after 1509||Sandford Co Devon||[NEHGR 115:248-252]|
 -- Mortimer
|d. before 1554 or 1529||[NEHGR 115:248-252]|
|m. c1509||Sandford Co Devon||[NEHGR 115:248-252]|
 Mary Prowse
Dewayne E. Perry
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