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The spelling Lea predominates west (upstream) of Hertford , but both spellings ( Lea and Lee ) are used from Hertford to the River Thames . The Lee Navigation was established by Acts of Parliament and only that spelling is used in this context. The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority also uses this spelling for leisure facilities. However, the spelling Lea is used for road names, locations and other infrastructure in the capital, such as Leamouth , Lea Bridge , the Lea Valley Walk and the Lea Valley Railway Lines . This spelling is also used in geology, archaeology, etc. to refer to the Lea Valley . The divergent spellings of the river are also reflected in the place-names of Luton and Leyton : both mean "farmstead on the River Lea" . [5]

 8:21 . 12-7-2010 History of DeLancey from France continued. Charles II succeeded in 1535 as Fifth Vicompte his wife was Isabbeau Branche , daughter of Furie Branche, Ecuyer, Sieur deBrean, whom married 15th April 1534. This is my 10th  Grand Father. In the book by . Story The DeLancey's "A Romance of a Great Family" it starts with my 14th grandfather Guy deLancey being alive in 1432. (continuing) They had three sons, Charles III Jacques and Claude, and one daughter, Barbe. Charles III sixth Vicompte married; 1st, on July 21, 1569, Madeleine LeBrun; and 2nd on the 15th January, 1593, Claude de May. He was present at the Battle of Ivry in 1590. By his first wife he had  Charles IV Seigneur de Cocquebine, created by the King a Counsellor of State in 1652, who died in 1667, leaving by his first wife, Francoise deCrochart, a son Charles VIII, Seigneur de Charlemont, who died unmarried, when this line of the whole blood of the eldest branch became extinct in the males; and two daughters, Marie, died unmarried in 1674 and Anne, wife of Antoine le Parmentier, Ecuyer, Sieur de Cauroi. By his second wife, Dame Marthe de Resnel he had no issue. Charles III by his second wife Claude de May had Charles deLancey, Sieur de Suine et ne Neville, Councellor of the King in 1654, Antoine, a Canon of the Cathedral of Laon, and, of course unmarried, and Claude, Charles Sieur de Suine et Neville, married 25th June 1653, Jeanne de Ysore, and died 23rd November, 1689, aged 78 years. He had one son Charles Ambrose DeLancey, Ecuyer, Seigneur de Neville et du Coudai, who was confirmed in the possession of his nobility by an 'arret' or decree of the King in Council, of November 30th, 1697, in consequence of the proof of the descent then made; which declared that 'la Maison deLancey' was maintained in its 'noblesse' and its members recognized as 'nobles d' ancienne extraction'; and as much of right enjoyed, and were entitled to all the privileges belonging to the "noblesse" of France. This Charles Ambroise married, 9th January 1702, the Demoisselle Marie Madeleine Labbe', and had only one child, a son, Pierre Charles deLancey Ecuyer, Seigneur deNeville et deBlarus, born 5th June, 1707, who died without issue in 1750, when this line of the half blood of the eldest branch became extinct. " Jacques 1st 2nd son of Charles II the father of Jacques of Caen whose son Etienne , born 1663 came to New York in 1686 was the ancester of the Huguenot, or second line of the elder branch. His descendents, as Protestants, being civily dead and  not appear in the French genealogies subsequent to the beginning of the seventeenth century. " Claude 1st , the 3rd son of Charles II Seigneur deCharles , married the 5th Febuary 1577, Marguerite deBrisset and had two sons John 3rd and Charles 6th John married in 1625, Madeleine Martin and their son Charles 9th married in 1653, Elizabeth Saubinet and their son Louis deLancey, Seigneur de Bois - Carbonet , and a Chevalier of St. Louis , died in 1736 having served in the armies of Louis XIV and Louis XV forty-seven years. He left a widow, Marie Catherine Therese daughter of Francois Poschet, Seigneur deNahant, whom he married 1st April 1723 and four children, three sons, Louis Charles , Nicholas Charles , Gabriel and one daughter Francoise . These sons left no decendents. Charles 6th the second son of Claude the third son of Charles II married Elizabeth Marcigny and dying in 1643 left her a widow with young children, names not given, who did not survive.'?' Thus the third line of the eldest branch became extinct.? " Christophe the 2nd son of Charles I Ecuyer, Vicompte de Laval et de Nouvain, above named, the first of the youngest branch in France, was created Baron de Raray (sometimes spelt Raret, Rare and Rarai) a dependency of Dravegny, in the Duchy of Valois, one of the four "barronies vassales" of the Bishopric of Senlis. He married 1st Barbe de Louen on the 10th December, 1539 who died without issue,  and 2nd, Francoise Lami daughter of Pierre Lami, Seigneur de la Morliere, on the 19th January, 1553, and dying in 1584 left, by his sencond wife, a son, Nicholas second Baron who was Treasurer-General to Gaston, first Duke of Orleans and left by his wife "Lucrece de Lancise a lady of Florence , four children:- Henry deLancey third Baron , in whose favor the territory of Nery in the Valois was erected into the Marquisate of Raray in 1654 the letters of creation being registered on the 17th January of that year. 2: Francoise deLancey Seigneur d'Aramont, known as the Chevalier de Raray who died unmarried, being killed in the trenches at the siege of Conde' on the 17th of August, 1674. 3: Charles deLancey 7th , Seigneur de Ribecourt et Pimpre', who married Madeleine , widow of Philippe d'Aguesseau, but died in 1675 without issue.  4: Madeleine deLancey married 11th November, 1619, to Charles deMarnay, Seigneur de Montchevreuil Henry, his son; Gaston and his brother Charles were maternal cousin of the famous madame de Sevigne', and as such signed the contract of marriage of her daughter with the Compte de Grigman, and were present at the ceremony. "Henry deLancey third baron and first Marquis de Raray married Catherine d'Angennes January 20th, 1633 and had issue- Gaston Jean Baptiste second Marquis , Charles deLancey-Raray killed at the siege of Lille in 1667, unmarried, and a daughter Marie Charlotte who married Louis des Acres, Marquis de L'Argle and died at Paris on the 27th August 1724, aged 82 years. "Gaston Jean Baptiste deLancey fourth Baron and second Marquis  de Raray married the 4th of May, 1660, Marie Luce Aubery daughter of Robert, Marquis de Valan and  had two sons: Henri  deLancey third Marquis, made a page to the King, Louis XIV, in  1679, who died unmarried. Jean Baptiste deLancey-Rary fourth Marquis, who likewise died unmarried. Both of these brothers died in 1680, and with their death the youngest branch became extinct in the :46 . 12-7-10


Dating in waltham abbey

Dating in waltham abbey