Person Sheet


Name Sir Ralph Warren [102, Vol I, p. 23, footnote +], [59, North article, Vol IX, p. 649], [59, North article, Vol XIV, p. 506], [105, Vol II], 12G Grandfather
Birth ca 1486
Death 11 Jul 1553
Burial St Swyth's church, Cheapward, London.
General Mercer. Lord Mayor of London: 1536 & 1543.
Father Thomas Warren
Spouses
1 Joan Lake [56, London: 1558, pub by Harleian 1568, p. 8], [102, Vol I, p. 23, footnote +], 12G Grandmother
Death 8 Oct 1573, Hinchinbrooke, Hunts
Burial St Swyth's church, Cheapward, London.
General Co-heir.
Father John Lake
Children Richard (ca1538-)
  Joan (-1584)
2 Christian Warcup [59, North article, Vol IX, p. 649], [56, Notts of 1569 & 1614, pub Harleian 1871, North, p. 82]
General m. (1) Roger North, (2) Ralph Warren.
Father Richard Warcup
Notes for Sir Ralph Warren
Kt: 22 Dec 1536, Auditor 1537-9, Master mercers: 1530, 1542. Alderman Jun 18 1528; wards: Aldersgate and candlewick. Sheriff 1528-9.

He m.(1) Joan Lake, (2) Christian Warcup.
Arms Generally
Or a chevron engrailed sable 3 griffins heads erased of the 2nd.

The arms illustrated for him in Wraithe’s “Arms of the Aldermen of Aldersgate” are:

Azure (faded, or vert) on a chevron argent, three griffons heades between three lozenges or and on a chief chequy or and gules a greyhound courant, ermine collared or.

The notes to this volumes say that these ares were originally those displayed in the church of St Syth’s but were replaced by the above simpler arms by Ralph’s son Richard.
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Will
PCC 16 tashe of 30 Jun 1552, proved 5 Sug 1553.
Last Modified 8 Mar 2011 Created 9 Dec 2011 By Tim Powys-Lybbe

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