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Pedigree of FAWKNOR / FAWCONER of Kingscleare, Hampshire, England, 1634
Sources:
1.  Henry F. Waters.  1885.  "Genealogical Gleanings in England."  New England Historical and Genealogical Record 39(Jan): 61-73.  Pedigree chart on p. 71.
2.  A.D. Mills.  1991.  A Dictionary of English Place Names.  Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford and New York.

The pedigree below is constructed from Water's Visitation of Hampshire, 1634, as cited by Waters (1885).  The individuals shown in white are as given in the Visitation.  The individuals in blue are from the will of Francis FAWCONER, which are given in their entirety in another pedigree chart (i.e., they were not on the pedigree chart in the Visitation cited by Waters). 

As Thomas FAWKNOR was the only individual supplied with a date and as that date is 1634, I take it the pedigree was compiled in 1634 and Thomas was the informant.  Thomas has had only two children and his brother John has apparently yet to marry, which suggests the brothers are still young men.  If so, this would make them approximate contemporaries with the testator, Francis FAWCONER, and his brother, Edmund FAWCONER in New England.  Therefore, one would expect to find them in the same generation (level) in the above chart and, indeed, that is where they can most logically be placed on other grounds, as well. 

The pedigree below and the one based on the will show a striking similarity, especially in the use of the given names Richard, Francis, and John.  It is a comfortable fit to make the Richard FAWKNOR above the same man as the uncle in Francis FAWCONER's will, which means either Francis FAWKNOR or John FAWKNOR below is the father of the Edmund FAWCONER in New England and of Francis FAWCONER, the testator, and their other siblings. 

There is no proof, as yet, of this scenario.  Please consider it a working hypothesis.

Margaret
__?__
=
Richard
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
Catharine
__?__
     _____ |
|
William
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
?
     _____ |
|
Thomas
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
Elizabeth
ATFELD
     _____ _ __________ _ __________ | __________ _ __________
| |
Peter
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
Joane
WITHERS
Mary
FAWKNOR
=
John
LAWRANCE
     _____ _ __________ _ __________ _ __________ | __________ _ __________ _ __________ _ __________ _ __________ _ __________
| | | | |
Edward
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
?
Catherine
(HALLWELL)
GARDINER
=
John
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
Catherine
APLETON
William
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
?
Richard
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
?
Jane
FAWKNOR
=
Hugh
LANGLEY
     _____ |      _____ _ __________ | __________ | __________      _____ | __________ _ __________
| | | | | | |
Peter
FAWKNOR
ob. s. p.
Thomas
FAWKNOR
-
=
|
Barbara
GODDARD
Ellen
FAWKNOR
=
Francis
WYRDMAN
Raffe
FAWKNOR
Richard
FAWKNOR
Francis
FAWKNOR
John
FAWKNOR
     _____ _ __________ _ __________ | __________ _ ___________ _ __________      _____ _ _____|_____      :_____ _ _____:_____ _ _______...
| | | | | | | | | |
Thomas
FAWKNOR,
1634
-
=
|
Constance
SOTWELL
Peter
FAWKNOR
ob. s. p.
John
FAWKNOR
Margaret
FAWKNOR
ob. s. p.
Catherine
FAWKNOR
ob. s. p.
Elizabeth
FAWCONER
Peter
FAWCONER
Francis
FAWCONER,
testator, 1662
Edmund
FAWCONER
in New England
et al.
     _____ | __________  
| |
Constance
FAWKNOR
ob. s. p.
Daughter
FAWKNOR
ob. s. p.
 
Notes:
  1. King's Clere/Cleere/Clear (now Kingsclear) is a Parish in the borough of Southampton in the county of Hampshire, England.
  2. "ob. s. p." = obiit sine prole = died without issue; et al. = et alia = and others
  3. Elizabeth ATFELD is the daughter of John ATFELD.  Elizabeth's husband, Thomas FAWKNOR, is of King's Clere.
  4. Joane WITHERS is the daughter of Nicholas WITHERS of Sidmanton. Harleian (MS 1139, fol. 22, British Museum) gives surname as WHITACRES, not WITHERS.  Joane's husband, Peter FAWKNOR, is of King's Clere.
  5. John LAWRANCE is of King's Cleere.
  6. Catherine APLETON is the daughter of John APLETON of King's Cleere.  Catherine's husband, John FAWKNOR, is of King's Cleere.
  7. Catherine HALLWELL is of Shrewsbury, the widow of Mr. GARDINER.
  8. Barbara GODDARD is the daughter of Thomas GODDARD of Birchenwood.  Barbara's husband, Thomas FAWKNOR is of King's Cleere.
  9. Francis WYRDMAN is of King's Cleere, the third son of John WYRDMAN of Charlton, Berkshire.
10. Constance SOTWELL is the daughter of William SOTWELL of Grenham, Berkshire.  Constance's husband, Thomas FAWKNOR, is of King's Cleere, "1634."
Will of Francis FAWCONER, 1662

Pedigree Chart Based on the Will of Francis FAWCONER, 1662

Family Group Sheet of Edmund FAULKNER & Dorothy __?__

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