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19. John PATTEN Dean of Chichester (Richard "Barbour" Of Wainfleet14, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1).

20. Richard PATTEN of London (Richard "Barbour" Of Wainfleet14, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1) died in 1536.

Richard was a Cloth Worker.

Richard married Grace BASKERVILLE, daughter of James BASKERVILLE of Herefordshire and Grace GODARD. Grace was born circa 1489, died before 1536 in St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, London, and was buried in St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, London.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 27    i. Alice PATTEN was born before 1510 and died about 1557.

+ 28    ii. Helen PATTEN was born before 1510.

+ 29    iii. William PATTEN (Historian), Lord of Stoke Manor 2 was born about 1510 in London, Middlesex, England and died about 1598, aged about 88.

+ 30    iv. John PATON Grandfather of Captain John Paton was born about 1530.


21. William WAYNFLETE Lord Chancellor of England 1 (Richard "Barbour" Of Wainfleet14, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1) was born in 1398 in Waynflete, Lincolnshire, England and died on 11 Aug 1486 in Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, England, at age 88. Another name for William was William PATTEN. He had no known marriage and no known children.

According to the Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. III by John Burke, Published for Henry Colburn -London
"William Patten, alias Waynflete, the illustrious founder of Magdalen College, Oxford, whos was born at Waynflete, (whence, as was the custom of those time, he drived his surname,) but the exact period of his birth has never yet been ascertained. He was educated at Winchester school, and studied afterwards at Oxford, but in what college is uncertain. The historian of Winchester is inclined to prefer New College, which is most consistent with the progress of education at Wykeham's school.
Wood acknowledges that although his name does not occur among the fellow of New College, nor among those of Merton, where Holinshed places him, unless he was a chaplain or postmaster, yet "the general vogue is for the college of William of Wykeham."
Wherever he studied his proficiency in the literature of the times, and in philosophy and divinity, in which last he took the degree of bachelor, is said to have been great, and the fame he acquired as a schoolmaster, at Winchester, with the classical library he formed, is a proof that he surpassed in such learning as was then attainable.
Of his preferments in the church we have no account that can be relied upon. Wood says he rector of Wraxall in 1433, which is barely possible, and that he was rector of Chedsey in 1469, which is highly probable, for he had then been twenty years Bishop of Winchester. It is, however, more clearly ascertained that, about 1429, he was appointed head master of Winchester school. In 1438 he was a master of St.Mary Magdalen Hospital, near Winchester, which is supposed to have suggested to him the name and patroness of his foundation at Oxford.
In 1440, when Henry VI. visited Winchester, for the purpose of inspecting the discipline, constitution, and progress of Wykeham's school, on the model of which he had begun to found one at Eton, he procured the consent of Waynflete to remove thither with thirty-five of his scholars and five fellows, whose education Waynflete superintended until 1442, when he was appointed provost of that celebrated seminary.
On the demis of Cardinal Beaufort, in 1447 he was advanced to the see of Winchester, which he held for the long space of thirty-nine years, during which he amply justified the recommendation fo the king, being distinguised for "piety, learning and prudence." His acknowledged talents and political sagacity procured him the unreserved confidence of his royal master, who appears to have treated him with condescending familiarity, employed him in affairs of critical importance, and received throughout the whole of his turbulent reign abundant proofs of his invariable loyalty and attachment.
In October, 1456, he was constituted Lord High in the room of Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury, and held the seals of office nearly four years, resigning in the month of July, 1460, about which time he accompanied the king to Northampton, and was with him a few days before the fatal battle near that place, in which the Lancastrians were defeated. Waynflete's attachment to Henry's cause had been uniformed and decided, yet his high character appears to have protected him.
Edward IV. treated him not only with respect, but with some degree of magnanimity, as he twice issued a special pardon in his favour, and condescended to visit his newly founded college at Oxford. The evening of the bishop's life was passed free from political strife and danger, and he lived to witness the quiet union of the rival roses, in the nuptials of Henry of Richmond and Elizabeth of York. This learned prelate, celebrated by historians for piety, temper and humanity, died 11 August 1496, and was interred with great funeral pomp, in Winchester cathedral, in a magnificent sepulchral chapel, which is kept in the finest preservation by the society of Magdalen College. (See Chalmers, Chandler, &c. &c.)."

Further resources

William Waynflete Patten Lord Chancellor of England on Wikipedia

Nicholas Patten

22. Nicholas PATTEN Of Bastobare, Derbyshire (Richard "Barbour" Of Wainfleet14, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1).

23. John PATON of Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland (UNLINKED LINES16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1) was born in 1515.

John married someone.

His children were:

+ 31    i. Maeg PATON was born about 1538 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

+ 32    ii. Robert PATON was born in 1539 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.

+ 33    iii. John PATON was born circa 1540.

24. John PATON of Muckart, Perthshire, Scotland (UNLINKED LINES16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1) was born in 1525 in Muckart, Perthshire, Scotland and died after 28 Apr 1574. Another name for John was John PATOUN.

John married someone.

His child was:

+ 34    i. James PATON was born in 1550 in Hillfoot, Parish of Dollar, Clackmannon, Scotland and died on 16 Jul 1588 in Hillfoot, Parish of Dollar, Clackmannon, Scotland, at age 38.

25. George PATTON (UNLINKED LINES16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1) was born in 1570 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and died in 1655 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, at age 85. Another name for George was George PATOUN.

George married Margaret WYSCHART, daughter of John WYSCHART. Margaret was born about 1570 in Pittarrow, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died in 1651, aged about 81.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 35    i. Roger PATTON was born in 1617 in Longside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

+ 36    ii. Alexander PATON was born in 1618.

+ 37    iii. Elspeth PATON was born on 4 Sep 1624.

+ 38    iv. James PATON was born in 1634.

+ 39    v. John PATON was born circa 1635.

+ 40    vi. Rev Robert PATTON Minister of Terregles was born about 1637 and died in Primrose, Midlothian, Scotland.

+ 41    vii. Issobell PATON was born in 1638.

+ 42    viii. Helen PATON .

+ 43    ix. Catherine PATON .

26. John PATON Lanarkshire to Wandong (UNLINKED LINES16, Nicholas (WAYNFLETE)12, John of Dagenham Court, Essex10, John Lord of Dagenham Court8, John Lord of Dagenham Court7, Richard IV Lord of Dagenham Court5, Richard III, Lord of Dagenham Court and Patten House, Essex4, Richard II of Patten House - Chelmsford3, Richard (PATINE), of Patten House - Chelmsford, England2, Patton Familly Lines1) was born circa 1690.

The family line of James Patton of Mt.Hope in Whittlesea in Victoria.

John married someone.

His child was:

+ 44    i. John PATON (PATOUN) was born on 25 Jan 1717 in Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland and was baptised on 30 Jan 1717 in Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

First online edition published by Gary Ian Patton, 1992, revised in 2004, 2007, 2009 2017. Current edition 2024. All rights reserved.


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