RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoMS 310
Extent206 ff.
Date16th century
DescriptionPedigrees and historical notes, mainly in the hand of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley (c.1520-1598).
The pedigrees are roughly written, occasionally with arms in trick. Many were compiled during the 1550s, but with subsequent additions to 1593.

The pedigrees appear to have been compiled by Burghley in two separate volumes or sections, each with its own pagination and index. Subsequently the two volumes were bound together for Burghley with additional matter, and the volume repaginated, with a new composite index in Burghley's hand.

f. 1. blank.
ff. 2-7. 'The order of all estates'. The order of precedence for English peers.
ff. 8-10. A composite index, in the hand of Lord Burghley, to the pedigrees in both sections of the volume.
ff. 11-19 (original foliation by Burghley A-I). Copies of royal mandates, and extracts and notes from patent rolls, 13-14th century. Included (f. 14r-v) is a copy of a mandate inhibiting the masters and scholars of Oxford University from holding schools at Stamford, Lincolnshire, [28 March] 1335; printed in Thomas Rymer, 'Foedera', 20 vols (London, 1704-1735), vol 4, p. 638.
f. 20r. Lists of surnames of peers; lists of peers whose titles were inherited from women. In Burghley's hand.
ff. 21r-23r. Details of peers whose titles descended from female ancestors.
ff. 23v-25v. blank.

ff. 26-102. Originally a separate volume of pedigrees with its own pagination.
f. 26r. Earls of Arundel.
f. 27. Extracts from chronicles.
ff. 28r-37r. Pedigrees of English peers, arranged alphabetically, Arundel-York.
f. 37v. Pedigree of the Kings of Scotland, 10-13th century.
f. 38r. Pedigree of Henry VII and Elizabeth, his Queen.
ff. 38v-41r. Index, in Burghley's hand, to the pedigrees in this section.
f. 41v. Note, in Burghley's hand, of hereditary offices in England.
ff. 42-57. Additional matter inserted in the rebinding and paginated 28, 29, 30i-xvi.
ff. 42-45. blank.
ff. 46r-54v. 'That the sonnes of Barons in the lyf of their father, and in their wyfes right, have enioyed the name, stile, and dignitie of Barons by these examples following ...'. With pedigrees. Written in a neat hand, with further pedigrees added by Burghley, showing female descent from Barons.
ff. 55-57. blank.
f. 58. A loose sheet, pinned to f. 57. Ancestry of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland (1504-1553), shown in the manner of a 'tree of Jesse' arising from a recumbent ancestor named 'Roderycke'.
f. 59r. Three pedigrees, including the family of Mildred Cooke (1526-1589), the wife of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley.
f. 59v. Descent of John Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Bath (1499-1561) from the Dynham or Dinham family.
f. 60r. Six pedigrees, including that of Anne Bourchier, Baroness Bourchier, 1st wife of William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton (1513-1571).
f. 60v. Courtenay family, Earls of Devon.
f. 61r. Cornwall family of Berrington, Herefordshire, including Sir George Cornwall (c.1523-c.1563).
f. 61v. Lovell family; Bacon family.
f. 62r. Descent of Francis, Viscount Lovell (1454-c.1488) from the Bardolf and Beaumont families, and ancestry of William Beaumont, 2nd Viscount Beaumont (d. 1507).
f. 62v. Neville family: descent from the Beauchamp family, Earls of Warwick.
f. 63r. Brooke family, Barons Cobham.
f. 63v. Percy family, Earls of Northumberland.
ff. 64r-65r. Brooke family, Barons Cobham. 13th century-1560.
ff. 65v-66r. Ancestry of William Cecil, afterwards 1st Baron Burghley.
f. 66r. Two pedigrees including the Croft family of Holt, Worcestershire.
ff. 66v-67r. Descent of Queen Mary Tudor from the Wake family in the 13th century.
f. 68r. Butler, Boleyn and Howard families, showing the ancestry of Elizabeth I, shown here as Queen. Also shown, possibly as an addition, is the marriage of Robert Cecil, afterwards 1st Earl of Salisbury, to Elizabeth Brooke, daughter of the 10th Baron Cobham [in 1589].
ff. 68v-69r. Ancestry of Llewellin, Prince of Wales and the Mortimer family, Earls of March; descent of Henry II from the Anglo-Saxon kings and the Dukes of Normandy.
f. 69v. Ancestry of Henry Scrope, 9th Baron Scrope of Bolton (c. 1534-1592).
f. 70r. Ancestry of Walter Devereux, 7th Baron Ferrers of Chartley (c.1431-1485).
f. 70v. Five short pedigrees, including the Boleyn family. Written during the 1550s, with Elizabeth I named only as 'L[ady] Elizabeth'.
f. 71r. Throckmorton family, of Coughton, Warwickshire.
f. 71v. Grey family, including Marquesses of Dorset. Written during the reign of Mary; a later addition adds Elizabeth I as Queen.
f. 72r. Howard family, Dukes of Norfolk. Includes Anne Boleyn and Catherine Seymour, wives of Henry VIII.
ff. 72v-73r. Tregoz, de la Warr, Grandison and other families descended from Harold, Lord of Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire.
f. 73v. Three pedigrees, including Hastings family, Earls of Huntingdon.
f. 74r. Descendants of Henry de Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings (c.1235-c.1269).
f. 74v. Berkeley family, Barons Berkeley. Descent from the Kings of Denmark.
f. 75r. Descendants of the Beauchamp family, Barons Beauchamp of Bletso, including the St. John family, Barons St. John of Bletso. Written during the reign of Queen Mary (Edward VI and Queen Mary are shewn as children of Henry VIII, with no mention of Elizabeth).
f. 75v. Ancestry of William Parr (1513-1571), 1st Marquess of Northampton.
f. 76r. Ancestry of William Vaux, 3rd Baron Vaux of Harrowden (1535-1595); ancestry of John Darcy, 2nd Baron Darcy of Aston (1540-1602).
f. 76v. De Clare family, Earls of Gloucester.
f. 77r. Five short pedigrees.
f. 77v. Ancestry of Edward Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon (c.1527-1556).
f. 78r. Descendants of Edward de Guildford (b.1385), including Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick (c.1530-1590) and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester (1532-1588).
ff. 78v-79r. Harington family, including Barons Harington of Aldingham, and descendants, including Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk (1515-1554).
f. 79v. Two pedigrees, including Henry Clinton (also known as Henry Fiennes), 2nd Earl of Lincoln.
f. 80r. Two pedigrees, including Vaux family, Barons Vaux of Harrowden.
f. 80v. Knightley family, of Fawsley, Northamptonshire.
f. 81r. de Clare family, Earls of Gloucester; Shelley family, of Michelgrove, Sussex.
f. 81v. la Zouche family, including Edward la Zouche 12th Baron Zouche (1556-1625). Probably a later addition, including the latter's marriage [c. 1578].
f. 82r. Guildford family, descendants of Sir Richard Guildford (1455?-1506), Master of the Ordnance, with a note on the executors of Thomas Guildford; Shelley family of Michelgrove, Sussex.
f. 82v. blank.
f. 83r. Ingleby family, of Ripley, Yorkshire.
f. 83v. Talboys family, Barons Talboys of Kyme.
ff. 84r-85r. Neville family, including Earls of Westmorland and Barons Bergavenny.
f. 85v. Dacre and Fiennes families, Barons Dacre.
f. 86r. Boleyn family, including Anne Boleyn, wife of Henry VIII. Written during the reign of Queen Mary. Elizabeth I is named only as 'lad[y] Elizabeth'.
f. 86v. William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton (1513-1571): descent from the Say family of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire.
f. 87r. Willoughby family, Barons Willoughby de Eresby.
f. 87v. Descendants of Malcolm III, King of Scotland (d. 1093) and his wife Margaret, Saint Margaret of Scotland.
f. 88r. Ancestry of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots (1274-1329); Englefield family, of Englefield, Berkshire, including Sir Francis Englefield (c.1520-1596).
f. 88v. Sheffield family, Barons Sheffield, including Edmund Sheffield, 1st Earl of Mulgrave (1565-1665), recorded here as an infant.
f. 89r. Blount family, Barons Mountjoy; Fettiplace family.
f. 89v. Mowbray family, Dukes of Norfolk.
f. 90r. Hoo family, of Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire.
f. 90v. Unton (or Umpton) family, including Sir Edward Unton (1534-1582); two other short pedigrees.
f. 91r. Three short pedigrees.
f. 91v. de la Pole family, Earls of Suffolk; descendants of Thomas Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick (1339-1401).
f. 92r. Parr family, including Catherine Parr, wife of Henry VIII.
f. 92v. de Ros family, Barons de Ros of Helmsley.
f. 93r. Manners family, including Thomas Manners, 1st Earl of Rutland (c.1492-1543); Nowell family, including Alexander Nowell, Dean of St. Paul's (c.1507-1602).
f. 93v. Descendants of Rhodri the Great (Rhodri Mawr), King of Gwynedd (c. 820-878), including the Cecil (here recorded as Scicill) family.
f. 94r. Descendants of Robert de Scales, 3rd Baron Scales (d.1370).
f. 94v. Two short pedigrees, including Segrave family, Barons Segrave.
ff. 94v-95r. Talbot family, Barons Talbot and Earls of Shrewsbury: two pedigrees, one dated 1557.
f. 95v. Herbert family, Earls of Pembroke. Includes the marriage of Richard Cecil to Maud Herbert and their sons Philip and David.
f. 96r. Neville family, Earls of Westmorland.
f. 96v. Herbert family, Earls of Pembroke. The Cecil-Herbert marriage is recorded here as the marriage of Philip Cecil (named here as Scicill) and Maud Herbert (compare f. 95v).
f. 97r. Ancestry of John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland (1504-1553).
f. 97v. Seven short pedigrees, including Gamage family, of Roggiet, Monmouthshire and Coety, Glamorganshire (with a link to the Cecil family).
f. 98r. Descendants of Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers (1405-1469); Herbert family, Earls of Pembroke; descendants of Lionel de Welles, 6th Baron Welles (1406-1461).
f. 98v. Skipwith family, of South Ormsby, Lincolnshire.
f. 99r. Ancestry of Henry de Beauchamp, 1st Duke of Warwick (1425-1446).
f. 99v. Five short pedigrees.
f. 100r. Wingfield family, of Letheringham, Suffolk.
ff. 100v-101r. Fitzwilliam family.
f. 101r. Three short pedigrees.
f. 101v. Stonor family, of Stonor, Oxfordshire.
f. 102r. Medici family, of Florence.
f. 102v. Miscellaneous arms, notes and a pedigree.

f. 103. A vellum guard, probably from the binding of one of the two volumes or sections which it now divides, containing part of a harmony of the gospels. late 13th century.

ff. 104-circa 167r. Originally a separate volume or series of loose papers, with its own pagination [iii], 1-100, pagination ending at f. 167r.
ff. 104r-105r. An index, in the hand of Lord Burghley, covering ff. 108r -137v (original pagination 3-62) only.
ff. 105v-106v. blank.
ff. 107r-108r. Notes of office holders (15th century).
f. 108r. Children of Sir Thomas Brudenell, of Deene, Northamptonshire, including Thomas Brudenell, whose death in 1587 is noted.
f. 108v. Saunders family, of Welford, Northamptonshire (short pedigree only).
f. 109r. Cave family, of Stanford, Northamptonshire. Includes the marriage of Lord Burghley's sister Margaret to Roger Cave [in 1561], and the marriages of some of their children [c.1580s].
f. 109v. Two short pedigrees: de la Pole family; Plowden family, of Shiplake, Oxfordshire, including Edmund Plowden, whose death in 1587 is noted.
f. 110r. Thorold family, of Marston, Lincolnshire.
f. 110v. Smith family, of Withcock, Leicestershire. Includes the second marriage of Lord Burghley's sister Margaret to Erasmus Smith, and 'Francisc. Smyth, a ward, 1587'.
f. 111r. A leaf tipped in, not in Burghley's hand.
A verse concerning Sir Hugh Poyntz , 1st Lord Poyntz (1252-c.1308) and Bryan FitzAlan, Lord FitzAlan (d.1306) from the Song of Caraverlock, which records knights present at Edward I's siege of Caraverlock in 1300. On this poem see Anthony Richard Wagner, 'A catalogue of English medieval rolls of arms' (Oxford, 1950), pp. 29-34. The verse records surprise at the two knights bearing the same arms. The arms are shewn at f. 111r in colour, with a note, 'As they are at this day to be seene in the parish church of Carrimallet [Curry Malet], in the countie of Somersett sett upp there where my auncesters weare barons and dwelt there before the 5 yere of H. 3'.
A further note in another hand: 'givin me by Mr. Somerset the harowlde'.
f. 112r. Shelley family, of Michelgrove, Sussex, including Henry Shelley, whose death in 1585 is noted.
f. 112v. Gamage family, of Coety, Glamorganshire.
f. 113r. Croft family, of Croft Castle, Herefordshire; with two pedigrees of families related by marriage, including the Gamage family, of Coety, Glamorganshire, dated 1584.
f. 113v. Two short pedigrees only.
f. 114r. Pelham family, of Laughton, Sussex, including Oliver Pelham 'a ward, ob. 20 Janr. 1584'.
f. 114v. One short pedigree only.
f. 115r. Pelham family, of Laughton, Sussex, including Oliver Pelham 'ob. 19 Janr. 1584 a ward'. Also includes 'Jhon Shyrly, a ward'.
f. 115v. blank.
f. 116. Carey family: ancestry of Henry Carey, 1st Baron Hunsdon (1526-1596).
f. 116v. blank.
ff. 117r-118v. 'Clarissima propago de Clare'. Pedigree of the De Clare family, including the Earls of Gloucester. From the Norman Conquest to the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth I, ending with the marriage of Thomas Radclyffe, 3rd Earl of Sussex (c.1525-1583). Written in a neat hand, with each name encircled and, where appropriate, surmounted by a crown or coronet.
f. 119r. blank.
ff. 119v-120r. Children of Patrick Ruthven, 3rd Lord Ruthven (d.1566) and two other short Scottish pedigrees.
f. 120v. blank.
f. 121r. Broughton family and their descendants. Includes the marriage of Lucy Cecil, daughter of Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter, in 1587.
f. 121v. James Fiennes, 1st Baron Saye and Sele (c.1395-1450). Short pedigree only.
f. 122r-v. blank.
f. 123r. Poyntz family.
f. 123v. Descendants of Duncan II, King of Scotland.
f. 124r. Ancestry of the Gamage family, of Coety, Glamorganshire, and Sir William Herbert, of Swansea.
ff. 124v-125r. Morgan family.
f. 125v. Leventhorpe family, of Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, including John Leventhorpe 'aetatis 21 anno 1581'; Allington family, of Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, including Giles Allington 'infans 24 Sept 1579 erat 7 annorum'; Stuard family.
f. 126r. Descendants of Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury (1400-1460), including William Wentworth, whose marriage [in 1582] to Elizabeth, daughter of Lord Burghley, is shewn; descendants of Sir John Cutts, Treasurer of the Household of Henry VIII.
f. 126v. Clare and Fitzwalter families: descent from William the Conqueror.
f. 127r. Three short pedigrees: Tyrwhitt family; Ayscough family (Lincolnshire); Skipwith family.
f. 127v. Walsingham family, including Sir Francis Walsingham (c.1532-1590).
f. 128r. Descendants of Edmund Denny, Chief Baron of the Exchequer (d. 1520), including Sir Francis Walsingham (c.1532-1590); three other short pedigrees, including Carew.
f. 128v. Bowes family, of Streatlam, Durham (1578 or later); Musgrave family, of Hartley Castle, Westmoreland and Edenhall Manor, Cumberland.
f. 129r. Markham family, of Cotham, Nottinghamshire, including Sir John Markham (d.1564), Lieutenant of the Tower of London. 1577 or later.
f. 129v. blank.
f. 130r. Descent of the Cecil family, including Lord Burghley (who describes himself here as 'Wm Cecill miles') from Hugh de Neville.
f. 130v. Two short pedigrees.
f. 131r. Four short pedigrees, including Ferrers family, of Tamworth Castle, Warwickshire, and Dymock family, of Erdington, Warwickshire.
ff. 131v-132r. Cecil family, from 'Robert Sitsilt' (temp. William Rufus) and his son 'Joannes Sitsill' to Lord Burghley and his children.
ff. 133v-134r. Cecil family. Lord Burghley includes here the exact dates of birth of his children and grandchildren to 1578.
f. 134v. Cecil family. Descent of the 'Sitsilt' and 'Sitsill' families from Ralph, Earl of Hereford (d. 1057).
135r. Cecil family. Descent from the Stanley and Vaughan families. Continues to the birth of Lord Burghley's great-grandson William Cecil, 17th Baron de Ros (1590-1618).
ff. 135v-137r. Cecil family. Descent of Robert Cecil, afterwards 1st Earl of Salisbury (1563-1612) via the Cook and Belknap families, and the de Sudeley family, Barons Sudeley, from the Anglo-Saxon kings.
ff. 137v-138r. Cecil family. Descent from the Walcott and Pynchbeck families.
f. 139r. Cecil family (continuing the pedigree from f. 132v, ff. 133-138 being an insertion on paper of smaller size). Burghley gives his own date of birth here as 13 September 1521 (and not 1520 as generally accepted).
ff. 139v-140v. Descendants of Einion Sais, including the Vaughan and Croft families and the Herbert family, Earls of Pembroke.
f. 141r. Vaughan family. With additions to 1589.
f. 141v. Blount family, of Kinlet, Shropshire. 1580 or later.
f. 142r. blank.
ff. 142v-143r. Paston family, of Norfolk. 11-16th century.
ff. 143v-144r. blank.
f. 144v. Leventhorpe family; descendants of the de Verdon family, of Alton, Staffordshire, including the Furnival family of County Waterford and the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury.
f. 145r-v. Knyvett family.
f. 146r. Tresham family, including Sir Thomas Tresham (d.1605); Leventhorpe family, of Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire.
f. 146v. Wynter family, of Lydney, Forest of Dean, including Sir William Wynter (1519-1589).
f. 147r. Six short pedigrees, including Morgan family, of Tredegar, Monmouthsjire.
f. 148r. Five short pedigrees, including Perrott family (Sir Thomas Perrott, 1st Bt, of Haroldston, Pembrokeshire.
ff. 148v-149r. Descent of Henry Vernon, great-grandson of Sir Henry Vernon (1441-1515) of Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, from the Charleton family, Lords of Powis and the Grey family, Barons Grey of Powis. Neatly written (not in Burghley's hand), with arms in trick.
ff. 149v-150r. Savage family, descendants of Sir John Savage, Knight of the Garter [1450-1492]. Written in a neat hand (not Burghley's) c.1586.
f. 150v. Ancestry of Sir Thomas Read, who married Lady Mildred Cecil, a granddaughter of Lord Burghley. Neatly written, in the same hand as ff. 148v-149r.
f. 151r. blank.
f. 151v. Descent of Queen Mary and Elizabeth I from Henry VII.
ff. 152r-155r. blank.
ff. 155v-156r. Descendants of Arthur, King of Britain.
ff. 156v-159r. blank.
f. 159v. Fitton family, of Gawsworth Hall, Cheshire, including Edward Fitton, described as 'famul[us] D[omini] Burghly'.
f. 160r. Skipwith family of South Ormsby, Lincolnshire, including 'William Skypwith a ward'. 1584 or later.
f. 160v. blank.
f. 161r. Shelton family, of Shelton Hall, Norfolk; two other short pedigrees.
ff. 161v-162v. blank.
f. 163r. Corbet family, of Morton Corbet, Shropshire, including Sir Robert Corbet (d. 1583); 5 other short pedigrees.
ff. 163v-167r. blank.

ff. 167-206. Miscellaneous historical notes and pedigrees, partly in the hand of Lord Burghley.
ff. 167v-169r. Notes on European affairs, 1577 and 1564-5, in Burghley's hand.
ff. 170, 173. An inserted sheet, in another hand. A prophecy, beginning: 'Circa annum Domini 1577 Imperium Constantinopolis destruetur et dominium Domus Othomanorum cadet...'
Below, in another hand, is a note: 'This prophesie is sead (?) to take effect from this yere 1576 til 1580, which prophecie hath been made many yeares past and geaven to Matthias kinge of Hungarie .... 26 December 1576. signed 'T. N.'. Endorsed (f. 173v) 'a blynde prophecie' with a further endorsement in Burghley's hand: '26 December 1576. A fond prophesy'.
f. 171r. Note on office holders in France, 1570. In Burghley's hand.
ff. 171v-173r. blank.
ff. 174r-175v. Notes concerning France, Spain and Portugal 1563-65, in Burghley's hand.
f. 176r. Disney family, of Norton Disney, Lincolnshire. Short pedigree only, in Burghley's hand.
ff. 176v-177v. blank.
ff. 178r-185v. Spain. List of Viceroys of the King of Spain, 1577; details of Spanish revenues and expenditure; list of Spanish ambassadors; list of Spanish fleets and admirals; List of councils of state in 1577 etc. In Spanish, partly in Burghley's hand. (ff. 179v,180v-181v, 184v are blank). Cf. MS. 271 and MS. 251 ff. 322-334.
f. 186r. Brief note on Hungary, 1564. In Burghley's hand.
ff. 186v-189v. Italy. Pedigrees and a few historical notes, in Burghley's hand. Including an addition made in 1593.
ff. 190r-194r. Continental pedigrees, in Burghley's hand. c.1589-93 (ff. 190v, 191v-193v, 194v blank).
f. 195r. List of knights of the order of the Toison d' Or in 1557. In Burghley's hand.
ff. 195v-199r. Continental pedigrees, in Burghley's hand, some dated 1593.
ff. 199v-200r. blank.
f. 200v. Ancestry of James I of Scotland (1394-1437). In Burghley's hand.
f. 201r. Pedigree of the Kings of Scotland, from Duncan to Mary Queen of Scots in 1565.
f. 201v. blank.
f. 202r. Descent of Mary Queen of Scots and her husband Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, from James II, King of Scotland.
ff. 202v-203v. blank.
f. 204r. Short Dutch pedigrees.
ff. 204v-206r. blank.
f. 206v. Children of Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse (1504-1567).
LanguageEnglish, Latin
FindingAidsNew description by Richard Palmer, 2011
PhysicalDescriptionLimp vellum binding, 310 x 240 mm.; fragments of fabric ties. A document on vellum used to strengthen the binding (at present covered by pastedowns).
CustodialHistoryFrom the 'Carew-Sheldon' manuscripts. Recorded with MS. 302 [as items 118 and 120] in the 'Carew-Sheldon' catalogue dated 1664: 'English pedigrees and notes thereupon by Lord Tresurer Cecill; folio' and 'Another Booke of pedigrees by Lord Tresurer Cecill; folio' (Bodleian Library, Tanner MS. 275a, f. 9r). These manuscripts were acquired by Gilbert Sheldon (1598-1677), Archbishop of Canterbury. All, or nearly all, were previously owned by George Carew, 1st Earl of Totnes (1555-1629). See M. R. James, 'The Carew manuscripts', English Historical Review, vol 42, 1927, pp. 261-267, and M. R. James, 'A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Lambeth Palace: The Mediaeval Manuscripts' (Cambridge, 1932), p. 401.
CopiesMicrofilm: Lambeth Palace Library MS Film 1447 (positive) Copy of MS310f58 on Bridgeman.
RelatedMaterialMSS. 302, 310, 747 and 1148 (part) are manuscripts in the hand of William Cecil (c.1520-1598), 1st Baron Burghley, which were owned by George Carew, 1st Earl of Totnes

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