The Kings Candlesticks - Family Trees
- Marriage (1): Sir Rowland ST JOHN KB of Woodford Northants. 
DAME SIBILLA. ST. JOHN of Woodford, Northampton,
Relict of Sir Roland St. John late of Woodford, knight of the Bath,
17 May 1631, proved 7 November 1656.
My daughter Nicholls.
My daughter Alston.
My daughter St. John.
My son in law Sir EdWard Nicolls.
My son in law Sir Thomas Allstone.
My daughter Allstone's two children now in being and that which now she is with child withal.
My grandchild Judith Nicolls.
My daughter Nicolls' other five daughters.
My grandchild Barbara St. John.
My son Oliver St. John's other two daughters.
My sister the lady Margaret St. John.
My brother Sir Alexander St. John.
My brother Sir Beawchamp St. John.
My nephew Silvanus Wood and his wife.
My niece Webb. My niece Rumney.
My niece Jorden.
My niece Mary Nicolls sister unto my son Sir Edward Nicolls.
My nephew Oliver St. John, son unto Sir Anthony St. John lately deceased.
The three children of my nephew John Wood lately deceased.
My nephew Robert Wood.
My niece Mary Furnace.
My cousin Margaret Frye.
My cousin Ellenor Frye.
My cousin Anne Bulkeley.
My cousin Bridget Grigg.
Mrs. Katherine Mallory and her sister Mrs. Bridget Carter.
My cousin Kendricke.
The poor of Woodford and the poor of Paddington in Middlesex.
Anne Beecher daughter of my nephew William Beecher of Woodford.
My son Oliver St. John.
Houses and tenements in parish of St. Clement Danes Middlesex and in Fleet Street.
The Adventure in draining of the fenns which my late husband Sir Roland St. John &c.
His brother the Right Hon. Oliver, Earl of Bolingebrooke deceased.
Sibilla spouse unknown Sir Rowland ST JOHN KB of Woodford Northants.  [MRIN: 1018], son of Oliver ST JOHN 3rd Lord  and Unknown.
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