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Damerei (Damaury) Raleigh (Rawley Winganditioan) b. 1570 d. 2 April 1589

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Lineage Raleigh
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Damerei (Damaury) Raleigh
Other last names Rawley Winganditioan

(Sir) Walter Raleigh (The Explorer) [Raleigh] b. 1552 d. 29 October 1618

Francesca Tainahmah (Damerei) [Muston]



1570 birth:

1584 emigration: England, To England, Aboard the Ship Tyger captained by Sir Richard Grenville

1588 baptism: Bideford, England, Bideford's Parish Church, Christian Baptism

2 April 1589 death:

burial: Bideford, England, Bideford's Parish Church


The wife of Rawley Damerei was employed as wetnurse to the infant son (Her husband's younger brother) of Sir Walter and Bess Throckmorton. The child died of the Plague shortly thereafter (1591).

[edit] Sources

  1. Bideford Parish Register of 1588 - “Rawly a man of Wynganditoia following of the day 2nd April 1589”
  2. Tyger manifest -

From grandparents to grandchildren

Catherine Champernowne​
birth: 1502
occupation: Governess to Elizabeth I
death: 1565
? (Lady of the Tihanama)
birth: Newfoundland, Canada
Francisco ? (de Chicora)
birth: about 1510
residence: South Carolina, Peedee River
physical description: Described as white, larger than the average Spaniard, and dressed in animal skins.
religion: Pressed into servitude for Ayllon, he was forcably baptized Catholic and his name recorded as Francisco de Chicora, he learned Spanish and worked for Ayllón
Powhatan Tainahmah
birth: 1547, Tsenacommacah, Virginia
death: 1618, Tsenacommacah, Virginia
Opechancanough Mangopeesomon (Don Luis de Velasco)
birth: 1545, Virginia, Cinquoateck -
other: 1560, Taken by the Spanish to Mexico
residence: 1569, Havana (Cuba), In August 1570, Father Segura, Father Luis de Quiros, former head of the Jesuit college among the Moors in Spain, and six Jesuit brothers set forth from their base in Havana to establish their new mission in Ajacan. A young boy, Alonso Olmos, called Alonc
residence: 1570, Ajacan, Virginia
death: 5 October 1645, Jamestown (Virginia)
== 3 ==
Carew Raleigh
birth: 1605, London, England, Tower of London
graduation: Oxford (England), Wadham College, Oxford
marriage: Philippa Sheldon
residence: 1612, Colony of Virginia
occupation: 1649, Parliament - Member for Haslemere
occupation: 1660, Jersey, Channel Islands, Governor of Jersey
death: 1666, London, England, St Martin's Lane
burial: Westminster (England), Raleigh Crypt, St Margaret's Church
Nicholas Damerai Raleigh
birth: 29 June 1591, England, Miles End, Enfield, London
baptism: Godfather: Damerei (Damaury) Raleigh
death: October 1591, 5 Months Old
burial: Bideford, England, Bideford's Parish Church
Walter Raleigh
birth: 1593
death: 1616, Guiana, South America
Raleigh Crowshaw
birth: 1570, Crawshawbooth, Lancashire (England)
baptism: Gravesend (Kent), England
Charles Rawlie
birth: before 1585
residence: Guyana
baptism: 13 February 1597, St Luke's Parish, Chelsea
Damerei (Damaury) Raleigh (Rawley Winganditioan)
birth: 1570
emigration: 1584, England, To England, Aboard the Ship Tyger captained by Sir Richard Grenville
baptism: 1588, Bideford, England, Bideford's Parish Church, Christian Baptism
death: 2 April 1589
burial: Bideford, England, Bideford's Parish Church
== 3 ==

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