25) Sir Thomas Hoo born before 1420 died 1485/6 wife unknown was half brother to Thomas, 1st Lord of Hoo and Hastings. Lord Hoo's daughter Anne became the great grandmother of Anne Boleyn, 2nd Queen Consort of Henry VIII, King of England, and mother of Elizabeth I, Queen of England;

26) Joyce Hoo married John (Toke) Tooke of Bere Parish, Westcliff County, Kent, Temporary of Henry V, King of England, and son of John Tooke of Bere and Elizabeth Malmayns, and was 7th in line from Robert de Toke who was at the Battle of Northampton; (Clutterbuck's Herts II, 351).

(The origin of the (Toke) Tooke Family is said to be from Le Sire de Toke who was with William the Conqueror (1027-1087) at the Battle of Hastings (1066). His descendant Robert de Toke who is the first mentioned in the lineage of this family was with Henry III, King of England (1207-1272) in 1264 at the Battle of Northampton and from him were descended the Tokes of Bere in Westcliffe and Goddington. His great grandson was called Toke, de Toke of Westcliffe, from whom descended in the fifth generation John Toke of Bere who married Joyce daughter of Sir Thomas Hoo);

27) Ralph (Toke) Tooke was the second son of John (Toke) Tooke and Joyce Hoo. He was from Dover, Kent County and married Jane, daughter and coheir of Roger Hawte of Kent County;

28) Walter (Toke) Tooke married Mary, daughter of ______ Stanhope;

29) Ralph (Toke) Tooke of Goddington, Kent County married Alice daughter of William Meggs;

30) William (Toke) Tooke of Popes County, Hertfordshire died 1588, Auditor of the Court of Wards and Liveries married Alice daughter of Robert Barley of Bibbesworth County, Hertfordshire. Both are buried in the church at Essenden, Hertfordshire, and there is a brass plaque that documents the same;

31) William Tooke, Gentleman, of Hertford Town married Mary daughter of Nicholas Tichborne, Gentleman, of Roydon County, Essex. Both are buried at the church at Essenden, Hertfordshire;

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