Henry Vernon 34,389
- Born: 1588
- Marriage (1): Unknown
- Marriage (2): Jane Winter
- Died: 5 January 1657 aged 69
- Buried: 1657
Of Harleston and of Farnham, Surrey. Had Rose and Lettice from a
second marriage. Inherited the Manor of Farnham from his uncle, Sir
Thomas White, in 1640.
Memorial in Farnham Church:
Near this place is interred Henry Vernon of Farnham,
son of George Vernon of Harleston in the county of Stafford
Esq who was the son of Henry Vernon of Hodnet and Tongenstle
in the county of Salop. First named Henry left three sons
George, Thomas and Walter and four daughters Mary, Matilda
Rose and Letitia. George Vernon only son of Sir George
Vernon above mentioned set up this monument in memory of his
ancestors and his dear wife Elizabeth only child of Ralph
Claxton of Pulham in Norfolk Esq who was buried here the
14 June 1725.
He was presented a morning cap on 21 December 1648 by Charles I, who
stayed with the family in Farnham on his way to the tower for
executioin. The cap now belongs to the Holmes à Court family and can be found in The Museum of Farnham.
Noted events in his life were:
1. He signed a will on 19 April 1656.
2. He had an estate probated on 2 March 1657.
Henry next married Jane Winter, daughter of John Winter and Unknown. (Jane Winter was buried in North Chancel, Farnham Church, Farnham, Surrey.)