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Alicia Aucher (Boleyn)

Birthplace: Of, Blickling, Norfolk, England
Death: April 23, 1485 (50-59)
Aylsham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Geoffrey Boleyn, I and Alice Boleyn
Wife of Henry Aucher
Mother of Sir Henry John Aucher, Lord Losenham
Sister of Sir Geoffrey Boleyn II, Lord Major of London; Cecily Boleyn; Thomas Boleyn; William Bullen Boleyn and John Boleyn

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About Alicia Aucher

  • Alicia (Isabel) Boleyn1
  • F, #85181, b. circa 1430
  • Alicia (Isabel) Boleyn was born circa 1430 at of Blicking, Norfolk, England.1 She married Henry Aucher, son of Henry Aucher, Esq. and Joan St. Leger, circa 1450; They had 2 sons.1
  • Family Henry Aucher b. c 1431
  • Child
    • John Aucher+1 b. c 1451, d. bt 18 Jul 1502 - 26 Oct 1502
  • Citations
  • 1.[S11576] A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland, and Scotland, by John Burke, Esq. and John Bernard Burke, Esq., p. 28.
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  • Isabel BOLEYN
  • Born: ABT 1410
  • Father: Geoffrey BOLEYN of Salle
  • Mother: Alice ?
  • Married: Henry AUCHER (d. AFT 1440) (son of Henry Aucher of Otterden and Joan (Mary) St. Leger)
  • Children:
    • 1. John AUCHER (m. Margaret Church)
  • From: BOLEYN1
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  • A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, by J. and ... (1838)
  • Pg. 27
    • Aucher, of Bishopsbourne
  • Nicholas Aucher, son of Thomas, Lord of Losenham, in Kent, temp. EDWARD II. married the daughter of Oxenbidge of Bread, in Sussex, and had two sons. The younger, William, left an only daughter, Christina, the wife of Arnald de Alkham. The elder was father of
  • Henry Aucher, of Losenham, m. Elizabeth, daughter of John Diggs, of Barham, in Kent, and had a son and successor.
  • Henry Aucher, of Losenham, who wedded, first, Isabella At Towne, of Throwleigh, and had by her,
    • I. Thomas, of Losenham, whose son, Henry of Losenham, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Guldeford, knt. of Halden, and left an only daughter and heir,
      • Anne, who espoused, temp. Henry VIII. Walter Colpeper, second son of Sir John Colepeper, knt. by Agnes, daughter and
      • Pg. 28
      • heir of John Hedgebery, esq. The grandson of this marriage, Sir John Colepeper, knt. of Wigsell, sold the manor of Losenham to Adrian Moore, esq. of Egham, in Surrey, in whose family it continued until alienated in 1702 to Nicholas Bishop.
    • II. Robert, ancestor of the Auchers of Westwell.
  • Henry Aucher married, secondly, Joan, daughter and heir of Thomas St. Leger, of Otterden, second son of Sir Ralph St. Leger, of Ulcomb, knight of the shire for Kent 51 Edward, and had an only son,
  • Henry Aucher, who succeeded to the manor of Otterden, his mother's inheritance, and seated himself there, where he was residing 19 Henry VI. He m. Alicia Boleyn, and left a son and successor,
  • John Aucher, of Otterden who died 23rd April 1503, and was buried in the north chapel of the parish church, leaving by Alice Church, his wife, three sons and two daughters, viz.
    • I. James, his heir.
    • II. William, d. s. p.
    • III. Marmaduke, m. a daughter of Gilbole.
    • I. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Berham, of Sisinghurst.
    • II. Jane, m. to Thomas Corbet.
  • The eldest son,
  • James Aucher, esq. of Otterden, wedded Alice, daughter of Thomas Hills, esq. of Eggarton, near Godmersham, and by her (who m. secondly, James Hardres, esq. of Hardres) had a son and daughter, Anthony, his heir, and Susan, m. to James Aucher. He died 6th January, 1508, was interred near his father, and succeeded by his son,
  • Sir Anthony Aucher, knt. of Otterden, who acquired from Thomas Colepeper, temp. Henry VIII. the manors of Bishopsborne and Hautsborne, in Kent. He wedded Affra, daughter of William Cornwallis, of Norfolk, and had issue,
    • I. John, of Otterden, m. Ann, daughter of Sir William Kellaway, knt. and left an only daughter and heiress.
      • Joan, m. temp. Queen Elizabeth, to Sir Humphrey Gilbert, knt. by whom the manor of Otterden was sold to William Lewin, LL.D.
    • II. Edward, of whom presently.
    • III. Thomas, d. s. p.
    • IV. William, of Nonington.
    • I. Susannah.
  • The second son,
  • Edward Aucher, esq. inherited, under his father's will, the manors of Bishopsbourne and Hautsborne. He m. Mabel, daughter of Sir Thomas Wrothe, knt. and had
    • Anthony, his heir.
    • Elizabeth, m. to Sir William Lovelace, knt. of Bethersden, in Kent, and had by him, who died in 1629, with other issue, .... etc.
  • The son and successor,
  • Anthony Aucher, esq. of Bishopsbourne, or Bourne, married two wives, but had issue only by the second, Margaret, daughter of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York, viz. two sons and as many daughters,
    • Anthony, his heir.
    • Edwin, of Willesborough, who m. Mary, daughter of John Gibbon, and by her, who d. in 1679, had a numerous issue. His son, the Rev. John Aucher, D.D. prebendary of Canterbury, died in 1701.
    • Elizabeth, m. first, to Sir William Hammond, knt. of Sts. Albans Court, in Kents, ancestor of the poet Hammond, and of the present William Osmund Hammand, esq. of St. Albans Court (see BURKE'S History of the Commoners). She wedded secondly, in 1624, the Venerable Walter Balcanqual, Dean of Rochester.
    • Margaret, m. to Sir Robert James, knt.
  • He died 13th January 1609-10, and was succeeded by his son,
  • Sir Anthony Aucher, knt. of Bourne, who served as sheriff of Kent in 12 James I. He m. Hester, daughter and co-heir of Peter Collet, of London, and dying in July 1637, was succeeded by his son,
  • I. Sir Anthony Aucher, of Bourne, who was created a baronet 4th July, 1666. He wedded, first, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Hatton, esq. by whom (who died in 1648) he had no issue to survive him, and. secondly, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Hewitt, knt. by whom he had,
    • I. Anthony, his heir.
    • II. Hewitt, successor to his brother.
    • I. Elizabeth, m. to John Corbett, LL.D. Of this lady presently as co-heiress to her brother, the last baronet.
    • II. Hester, m. to Ralph Blomer, D.D. prebendary of Canterbury, and had, with other issue, a daughter, .... etc.
  • Sir Anthony died in May, 1692, and was s. by his son,
  • II. Sir Anthony Aucher, of Bourne, at whose decease in minority in 1691, the title passed to his brother,
  • III. Sir Hewitt Aucher, of Bourne, who died un-married in 1726, when the Baronetcy expired. His elder sister and co-heir,
  • Elizabeth, the wife of John Corbett, LL.D. left five daughters and co-heirs, viz. .... etc.
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  • 'Aucher1'
  • Families covered: Aucher of Bishopsbourne (Bourne), Aucher of Losenham, Aucher of Otterden
  • BEB1841 reports that "The family of Aucher, eminent in ancient times in the counties of Essex, Kent, Sussex, and Nottingham, "derived" (we quote Hasted) from Ealcher or Aucher, the first Earl of Kent".
  • Thomas Aucher of Losenham, Kent
    • 1. Nicholas Aucher of Losenham (a temp Edward II who r. 1307-1327)
    • m. _ Oxenbridge of Bread
    • Visitation (Kent, 1619) starts with this Nicholas and shows him as father of the Henry who m. Elizabeth Diggs. However, BEB1841 says it was Nicholas's elder son (unnamed) who was Henry's father.
      • A. ?? Aucher
        • i. Henry Aucher of Losenham
        • m. Elizabeth Diggs (dau of John Diggs of Barham)
          • a. Henry Aucher of Losenham
          • m1. Isabella At Towne of Throwleigh
            • (1) Thomas Aucher of Losenham
              • (A) Henry Aucher of Losenham
              • m. Elizabeth Guldeford (dau of Sir John Guldeford of Halden)
                • (i) Anne Aucher (a temp Henry VII who r. 1485-1509)
                • m. Walter Colepeper (son of Sir John by Agnes Bedgebery)
            • (2) Robert Aucher ancestor of Auchers of Westwell
              • (A)+ issue - Henry, James
          • m2. Joan or Juliana (probably not Mary) St. Leger (dau/heir of Thomas St. Leger of Otterden, son of Sir Ralph of Ulcomb)
            • (3) Henry Aucher of Otterden, Kent (a 1431)
            • m. Alicia Boleyn
              • (A) John Aucher of Otterden (d 23.04.1503)
              • m. Alice Church
                • (i) Jacob (James) Aucher of Otterden (d 06.01.1508) - continued below
                • m. Alice Hills (dau of Thomas Hills of Eggarton)
                • (ii) William Aucher (dsp)
                • (iii) Marmaduke Aucher
                • m. Alice Gilbole (dau of John Gilbole)
                • (iv) Elizabeth Aucher
                • m. Thomas Berham or Barham of Sisinghurst
                • (v) Jane Aucher
                • m. Thomas Corbet
                  • (a)+ issue - John, Richard, Mathew, Thomas, Isabell
              • (B) Henry Aucher
      • B. William Aucher
        • i. Christina Aucher
        • m. Arnald de Alkham
  • Main source(s): BEB1841 (Aucher of Bishopsbourne) with some support from Visitation (Kent, 1574 & 1619, Aucher)
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  • Sir Geoffrey or Jeffery Boleyn (1406–1463) was a London merchant and Lord Mayor.
  • Geoffrey Boleyn was the son of Geoffrey Boleyn (d. 1440) yeoman of Salle, Norfolk, and Alice,[1] and grandson of Thomas Boleyn (d. 1411) of Salle and Anne, an heiress, daughter of Sir John Bracton, a Norfolk knight. He went to London, was apprenticed to a hatter, and became a freeman of the city through the Hatter’s Company in 1428. In 1429 he transferred to a grander livery company, the Mercers’ Company, of which he became master in 1454.[2] As a wealthy mercer he served as a Sheriff of London in 1447, as member of parliament for the city in 1449, as alderman in 1452, and Lord Mayor of London in 1457/8,[3] and was knighted[4] by King Henry VI.[5] He purchased the manor of Blickling in Norfolk from Sir John Fastolf in 1452, and Hever Castle in Kent in 1462.[5] .... etc.
  • Boleyn married Anne Hoo ( 1424 - 1484), the only child of Thomas Hoo, Baron Hoo and Hastings (d. 13 February 1455), by his first wife Elizabeth Wychingham, by whom he had two sons and five daughters:
    • Sir Thomas Boleyn (d. 1471/2).
    • Sir William Boleyn (d.1505), mercer, who married Margaret Butler, daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond.[16]
    • Isabella (1434–85) who married Henry Aucher (1410–60).
    • Alice Boleyn b.abt.1438 d. abt. 1480 m. Sir John Fortescue of Punsborne, Hatfield, Herts d. 1500.
    • Anne Boleyn (born c.1440), ,[citation needed] second daughter, who married Sir Henry Heydon (d.1504), by whom she had eight children. She died c.1509.[17]
    • Cecily Boleyn b.abt.1442.
    • Elizabeth Boleyn b.abt.1459.
  • Sir Geoffrey Boleyn died in 1471.[5] He and his wife Anne were the great-grandparents of Queen Anne Boleyn.[18] .... etc.
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Alicia Aucher's Timeline

Of, Blickling, Norfolk, England
April 23, 1485
Age 55
Aylsham, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom