The PEDIGREE of
Alice HACKLUYT (HACKLETT)

Poss. U.S. President [KENNEDY]'s 17-Great Aunt.       HRH Charles's 15-Great Grandmother.       Lady Diana's 15-Great Grandmother.

 Husband/Partner:       Thomas BRYDGES
 Possible Child:       Thomas (of Dymock) BRYDGES
 Alternative Mother of Possible Child:       (aka?) Agnes HACKET
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/-- Leonard HACKLUYT  (? - 1413)
/-- Hugh HACKLUYT  (Herefords. 1378? - ?)
/-- poss.  Hugh LONGLAND
/-- Nicholas (Sir) de LANGELONDE
/-- Hugh (Esq.) LONGLAND  (? - 1353+)
/-- Hugh (II) LONGLAND  (1323? - ?)
/-- Matthew (de) FURNEAUX   +====> [ 255 ,hg,&]
/-- Matthew (Knight; de) FURNEAUX
\-- Margaret de FURNEAUX  (1303? - ?)
/-- Warin (Knight) de RALEGH   +====> [ 8]
\-- Matilda (Maud) de RALEGH
/-- Ralph (le) BOTELER (of WEMME)   +====> [ 6]
\-- Joanna (le) BOTELER
\-- Maud PANTULPH (PANTULF)   +==&=> [ 255 ,wH,rD,&]
/   | OR: Maud PANTULPH [alt ped]   +==&=> [ 255 ,wH,D,&]
\-- Margaret LONGLAND  (? - 1401)
/-- Henry (de) FURNELLIS   +====> [ 255 ,hg,&]
/-- Matthew (de) FURNEAUX  (? - by 1293)
/-- Matthew (Knight; de) FURNEAUX
/-- poss.  Simon (of Klive) de FURNEAUX  (? - 1351?)
/-- Warin (Knight) de RALEGH   +====> [ 8]
\-- Matilda (Maud) de RALEGH
/   \-- Joanna (le) BOTELER   +==&=> [ 255 ,wH,rD,&]
\-- prob. not  Margaret FURNEAUX
/-- John de UMFREVILLE   +==&=> [ 255 ,HG,r,&]
/-- Henry (Sir) de UMFREVILLE  (? - by 1329)
/  \-- Alice (de la HURNE) de LANHERNE   +====> [ 4]
\-- poss.  Alice de UMFREVILLE
/-- poss.  (NN) TORRINGTON   +====> [ 1]
/   | ( few missing generations)
/-- poss.  Matthew TORRINGTON  (? - 1270+)
/   \-- Isabella (poss. TORRINGTON)  (? - 1320)
- Alice HACKLUYT (HACKLETT)
\-- ?
 

 
  Her (poss.) 3-Great Grandchildren:       Henry (Sir) GARWAY   ;   John TURNER   ;   Mary (Lady) SACKVILLE   ;   Jane (Lady) SACKVILLE   ;   Anne (Lady) SACKVILLE   ;   Robert SACKVILLE (2nd Earl of Dorset)   ;   Thomas BRYDGES   ;   Anne ALFORD
 

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