John I'anson, 14651546 (aged 81 years)

Name
John /I'anson/
Given names
John
Surname
I'anson
Name
John /Janson/
Given names
John
Surname
Janson
Birth estimated 1465
MarriageWife Of John I'ansonView this family

Mil-Action 1485 (aged 20 years)

Note: fought with Henry of Richmond (later King Henry VII of England) against King Richard III of England at the Battle of Bosworth
Mil-Action between 1509 and 1546 (aged 81 years)

Note: said to have been Captain of an English Man-of-War during the reign of King Henry VIII and to have later settled down in Hawkswell in Richmondshire
Mil-Action

Note: gallantly defended Corfe Castle for Lady Bankes against the Parliamentarians, and it is believed that the I'Anson Coat of Arms and Crest were awarded at this time
Death 1546 (aged 81 years)
Family with Wife Of John I'anson
himself
14651546
Birth: estimated 1465Flanders, France
Death: 1546Ulverston, Co. Lancaster, England, United Kingdom
wife
Marriage
Marriage: England, United Kingdom
son
15051577
Birth: before 1505 40Hauxwell, Durham, England, United Kingdom
Death: September 18, 1577Hauxwell, Durham, England, United Kingdom
12 months
son
15051584
Birth: 1505 40England, United Kingdom
Death: about 1584
3 years
daughter
15071525
Birth: about 1507 42England, United Kingdom
Death: after 1525
Leonard I'anson + Wife Of John I'anson
partner’s partner
1738
Birth: June 4, 1738 24Constable Burton, Parish Of Fingall, England, United Kingdom
Death:
wife
Marriage
Marriage: before 1780England, United Kingdom
12 months
step-son
17801829
Birth: 1780 41England, United Kingdom
Death: June 24, 1829Spitalfields, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
Leonard I'anson + Wife Of John I'anson
partner’s partner
16251692
Birth: June 24, 1625 30Constable Burton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: May 6, 1692Constable Burton, Durham, England, United Kingdom
wife
Marriage
Marriage: before 1670England, United Kingdom
1 month
step-son
16701728
Birth: February 3, 1670 44Constable Burton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: December 10, 1728England, United Kingdom
Mil-Action

fought with Henry of Richmond (later King Henry VII of England) against King Richard III of England at the Battle of Bosworth

Mil-Action

said to have been Captain of an English Man-of-War during the reign of King Henry VIII and to have later settled down in Hawkswell in Richmondshire

Mil-Action

gallantly defended Corfe Castle for Lady Bankes against the Parliamentarians, and it is believed that the I'Anson Coat of Arms and Crest were awarded at this time