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Booth of Reading
Heralds' Visitation of Berkshire, 1566 

Arms of Booth of ReadingRobert Booth of Sawlowferry in the county of Derbyshire, esquire, married the daughter of .., and by her had issue, John Booth, his eldest son, died without issue; Robert Booth, second son.

Roger Booth of Sawlowferry aforesaid, esquire, second son to Robert, heir to John Booth, married Margaret daughter of ....., and by her had issue, John Booth, his eldest son and heir; Roger Booth and Charles Booth, died both without issue.

John Booth of Sawlowferry in the county of Derbyshire, esquire, eldest son and heir to Roger aforesaid, groom porter to Queen Elizabeth, married Dorothy daughter and one of the heirs of Thomas Fawsby of Reading in the county of Berkshire and by her hath issue, Charles Booth, his eldest son and heir.

Charles Booth of Barkham in the county of Berkshire, esquire, eldest son and heir of John aforesaid, married Avice daughter to Robert Woodcox of Shinfield in the county of Wiltshire [Berkshire], esquire, and by her hath issue, Francis Booth, his eldest son and heir; Jane married to William Norborne of Bremhill in the county of Wiltshire; Mary married to Richard Wapshot of Windsor; Agnes married to Richard Knight of Reading in the county of Berkshire.

Impaled Arms of Bullock of Arborfield Francis Booth of Reading in the county of Berkshire, gentleman, eldest son and heir of Charles aforesaid, married Dorothy daughter to Thomas Bullock of Arborfield in the county of Berkshire, esquire, and by her hath issue, Thomas Booth, his eldest son and heir; Charles, second son and Agnes Booth. After, the said Francis married as his second wife, Elizabeth daughter to ..... Hatch of White Waltham in the county of Berkshire, yeoman, and by her hath issue, John Booth and Richard Booth.

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