1. Edward III, King of England, born at Windsor Castle 13 Nov. 1312, died Sheen Palace (Richmond), Surrey 21 June 1377. He married at York 24 January 1327/8, Philippe of Hainault, daughter of Guillaume [William] III, Count of Hainault and Holland and Jeanne de Valois, daughter of Charles of France. Philippe was born ca. 1313-5 and died at Windsor Castle on 15 August 1369. [Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co. 2004), hereinafter PA, pp. 23-26.]
2. Thomas of Woodstock, K.G., Duke of Gloucester, born at Woodstock, Oxfordshire 7 January 1354/5, died [murdered] at Calais, France 8 (or 9) September 1397. He married before 24 August 1376, Eleanor de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford, Essex, and Northampton and Joan de Arundel. Eleanor was born about 1366 and died at the Minoresses Convent in Aldgate on 3 October 1399. She was a descendant of Edward I through her father and Henry III through her mother. [PA, pp. 138-39]
3. Anne of Gloucester, Countess of Buckingham, Hereford, and Northampton, born ca. 1383, died 16 October 1438. She married first Thomas Stafford, 3rd Earl of Stafford, by whom she had no issue. She married second Edmund Stafford, her first husband's brother. They had three children. She married thirdly before 20 November 1045, Sir William Bourgchier, son of Sir William Bourgchier and Eleanor de Lovaine. He was born ca. 1374 and died at Troyes, France 28 May 1420. He was granted the title Comte (Count) d'Eu on 10 June 1419. [PA, pp. 139-40.]
4. Sir William Bourgchier, 1st Baron Fitzwarin, born ca. 1407, died before 12 December 1469 when his will was probated. He married Thomasine Hankeford, born 23 February 1423 at Tavestock, Devonshire, daughter of Sir Richard Hankeford and Elizabeth FitzWarine. She died 3 July 1453. Thomasine was a descendant of Henry III through her mother. [The Complete Peerage, (London, England: Doubleday, H.A. & Lord Howard de Walden, 1936), hereinafter CP, V: 507].
5. Sir Fulke Bourgchier, 2nd Baron Fitzwarin, born 25 October 1445, died 18 September 1479, Bampton, England. He married Elizabeth Dinham, daughter of Sir John Dinham and Joan Arches. Elizabeth was born ca. 1450 and died at London on 19 October 1516. She was a descendant of Edward I through her father. Their eldest son became the first Earl of Bath. [PA, p. 275 and CP V:508].
6. Elizabeth Bourgchier, born ca. 1475, died 8 August 1557. She married as her last husband, Sir Richard Page, of unknown origins who died in 1548. Elizabeth's second husband was Edward Stanhope, by whom she was the mother of Anne, wife of Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector in the reign of Edward VI. [Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004), 42:330, and Gerald Paget, The Lineage and Ancestry of H.R.H. Prince Charles, Prince of Wales (Edinburgh, 1977), Reference: O 29476.]
7. Elizabeth Page born ca. 1518 at Beechwood, Herts. England, died South Ormsby, Lincolnshire, England April 1573. She married about 1538, Sir William Skipwith, son of Sir William Skipwith by his first wife Elizabeth Tyrwhit. Sir William was born ca. 1510 and died in October 1586. [Maddison's Lincolnshire Pedigrees III:895 (Skipwith) and III:1019 (Tyrwhit); PA, pp. 733 and 658.]
8. (a) Sir Richard Skipwith ca. 1540-1611 married Mary Chamberlain, the daughter of Sir Ralph Chamberlain and Elizabeth Fiennes. Elizabeth was a descendant of Edward I through her mother and Henry III through her father. [Lincolnshire Pedigrees III:895; Visitation of Cambridge, 1575 (London, 1897), pp. 41; PA pp. 642 for Sir Roger Fiennes and Elizabeth Holand, the paternal grandparents of Elizabeth (Fiennes) Chamberlain.]
9. William Skipwith, Esquire ca. 1566-1622 married his first cousin Anne Portington, as his second wife. His first wife was Anne Hussey, the widow of John Ryther and Sir Robert Constable. The widow Anne (Portington) Skipwith remarried to Francis Guevara and was living in 1648. No. 10, below is the son of the second wife. [Lincolnshire Pedigrees III:896 and 795.]
10. Willoughby Skipwith, Esquire, baptized 3 January 1612/13, died about 1658 when administration to his estate was granted to his widow. He married 20 July 1634 at Barnet, Hertfordshire, [extracted and with thanks to Will Johnson] Honora Saunders, the daughter of Patrick Saunders or Sanders, M.D. of London and his wife Sarah Smith. Honora became a Quaker martyr dying in prison at York Castle on 15 April 1679. Administration to her estate was granted to her son John on 16 September 1680. [Lincolnshire Pedigrees III:896; Visitation of London, 1633, pp. 227; NYGBR 29 (1898):172; Lincolnshire Notes & Queries 8 (1904/5):188-89. Burial record of Patrick Saunders.]
11. Anne Skipwith, born ca. 1642, died Philadelphia, Penn. on 2-3-1723[April 3, 1723]. She married first at Hull in a Quaker ceremony on the 11th day 7th mo. 1662: Download Goforth Marriage Certificate Here, William Goforth, son of Miles Goforth, born at Knedlington, England ca. 1631, died Burlington, New Jersey between 1677 and 1686. They had (at least) five sons, perhaps six and possibly daughters who escape the records. By 12 October 1686 Anne had remarried William Oxley by whom she had three children. William Oxley died at Philadelphia on 2-15-1717 [April 15, 1717]. [See source notes under generation #10 as well as the following: On 12 October 1686, George Goforth, yeoman of Burlington, New Jersey, son and heir of William Goforth and Anne Oxley, wife of William Oxley and mother of said George, deeded to Ricahrd Bassnett [John David Davis, West Jersey New Jersey Deed Records 1676-1721 (Baltimore, Md.: Heritage Books, 2005), p. 240, a similar deed dated 1706 on p. 244; George Tuttle Goforth, The Goforth Genealogy: A History of the Descendants of George Goforth of Knedlington, England (Annandale, Va.: the author, 1981), pp. 1-4; Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., Passengers and Ships Prior to 1684 (Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1970), pp. 142-43; death records from the Philadelphia Monthly Meeting at William Wade Hinshaw, The Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, II:401; No records of William and Anne remain in the Burlington, N.J. meeting records; The Skipwith Family also has an account in Notes on the Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1634, pp. 178-86.]