Richard WiattMargaret Bailiffe

Sir Henry WyattAnne Skinner

Margaret Margery Wyatt

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(Thomas) John Rogers

John "The Martyr" Rogers
Margaret Margery Wyatt
  • Born: Abt 1490, Allinton Castle, Boxley, Kent, England
  • Married Abt 1505, Deritend, Warwickshire, England, to (Thomas) John Rogers
  • Died: , England

    Her father was very prominent in the Courts of King Henry VII and King Henry VIII. She was half sister to Sir Thomas Wyatt - poet and statesman and aunt of Sir Thomas Wyatt who led the uprising against the marriage of Queen Mary to Philip of Spain and paid the penalty with his head.

    Rogers of Birmingham
    John Rogers I
    John Rogers I was born in 1485 to a good family of successful English gentlemen. His forbears included a very successful lawyer who “amassed a great fortune” and was able to buy a large estate, Deritend, in the parish of Aston, Birmingham County, Warwick, England. The property was located on the bank of the River Trent adjoining the boundary line of Staffordshire . He married Margaret Wyatt, half sister to Sir Thomas Wyatt (poet and statesman). John Rogers I is frequently called “John Rogers of Birmingham.” The Rogers Family Motto, imprinted in Latin on the arms shown above was Ourselves and our Possessions to God.

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