_Richard BARTTELOT _+ _John BARTTELET _| | |_Petronella WALTON _ | |--Richard BARTTELOT | | _John ARTOUR _______ |_Olive ARTHUR ___| |____________________
_Eustace FitzJohn CLAVERING _+ _Richard FitzEustace CLAVERING _| | |_Matilda Agnes FITZNIGEL ____+ | |--Roger FitzRichard CLAVERING | | _Robert LIGURES _____________ |_Albreda LIGURES _______________| |_____________________________
__ _John DE BALIOL __________| | |__ | |--Hugh DE BALIOL | | __ |_Dervorgilla DE GALLOWAY _| |__
_David Malpas EGERTON _+ _Philip "le large" EGERTON _| | |_Isabella FULLESHURST _+ | |--David EGERTON | | _John SAINT PIERRE ____ |_Ellen SAINT PIERRE ________| |_ SUTTON ______________
__ _Edmund MOODYE _| | |__ | |--Richard MOODY | | __ |________________| |__
Richard Moody was in Moulton by 1558 and purchased lands there in 1562and lands in Gazeley Parish, two miles east of Moulton, in 1572. Heacquired a considerable landed estate in Western Suffolk and lived ina house called Fryette's in Moulton,
which he bought from the executors of Roger Fryette. He owned a flockof 400 sheep at Isleham, Cambridgeshire. He made two wills, one Jan.14 and the other Feb. 2, 1572/3. Under both wills the house calledFryette's was to go to his wife Ann and under the second will she wasto have it only for life, the remainder to the eldest son George. OnApril 25, 1574, only three days before his death, Richard Moody addedto the earlier will, strangely enough, a codicil, and on April 30,1574, two days after his death, the first will was proved with thecodicil. In June 1574, Ann Moody, the widow, brought forward thesecond will and on the 10th of June the Court decided that this secondwill was the valid one and administration was granted to the widowJune 16, 1574.
For the children of Richard Moody see N.E.H.&G. Reg.80:323.
_Thomas DE WILBURGHAM _+ _Thomas DE WILBURGHAM _| | |_Margery LEIGH ________+ | |--Thomas WILBRAHAM | | _______________________ |_Margaret GOLBORNE ____| |_______________________