Arthur Acland (died 1610)

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Sir Arthur Acland (also recorded as Sir Arthure Akelane ) (1573–1610) of Acland in the parish of Landkey, Devon, was a member of the Devonshire gentry, and was knighted in 1606.wikipedia
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His son was Sir John Acland, 1st Baronet (c.
Acland was the son of Sir Arthur Acland (died 1610) of Acland by his wife Eleanor Mallet, daughter and heiress of Robert Mallet of Wooleigh in the parish of Beaford, Devon.

Acland baronets

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1591 – 1647). He was ancestor to the prominent, wealthy and long-enduring Acland family of Killerton, which survives today in the direct male line. Arthur Acland's grandfather was John Acland (died 1553), of Acland, described as "the first of the [[Acland Baronets|[Acland] family]] to emerge from the shadows of history as a visible human being".

Acland, Landkey

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Sir Arthur Acland (also recorded as Sir Arthure Akelane ) (1573–1610) of Acland in the parish of Landkey, Devon, was a member of the Devonshire gentry, and was knighted in 1606.
This appears to confirm that the Acland family built the south transept of St Paul's Church, Landkey, in which is situated the Acland Chapel, in which the only surviving monument is that of Arthur Acland (died 1610) of Acland and in which was formerly situated the Acland family pew.

Landkey

Sir Arthur Acland (also recorded as Sir Arthure Akelane ) (1573–1610) of Acland in the parish of Landkey, Devon, was a member of the Devonshire gentry, and was knighted in 1606.
The small South transept is the Acland Chapel, and contains a fine coloured monument to Sir Arthur Acland (d.1610) and his wife.

Killerton

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1591 – 1647). He was ancestor to the prominent, wealthy and long-enduring Acland family of Killerton, which survives today in the direct male line.
Sir Arthur Acland (d.1610) of Acland in the parish of Landkey as jointure for his wife Eleanor Mallet.

Woolleigh, Beaford

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Acland married his step-first cousin Eleanor Mallet (1573–1645), a daughter and co-heiress of Robert Mallet of Woolleigh, Beaford.
One of the daughters of Thomas Monck and Frances Plantagenet was Margaret Monck, who married Hugh Acland (1543–1622) and was the mother of Sir Arthur Acland (died 1610) who married Eleanor Mallet (1573–1645), heiress of Woolleigh (see below).

John Acland (died 1620)

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Her mother (or step-mother) was Elizabeth Rolle, who remarried to Sir John Acland (died 1620), Sir Arthur's uncle.
The nearby manor of Killerton, adjacent to Columb John, was not purchased at this time, but by Acland's eldest nephew Sir Arthur Acland (died 1610) of Acland, whose son Sir John Acland, 1st Baronet (died 1647) deserted Acland and moved his residence to Columb John.

John Acland (died 1553)

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Arthur Acland's grandfather was John Acland (died 1553), of Acland, described as "the first of the [[Acland Baronets|[Acland] family]] to emerge from the shadows of history as a visible human being".

High Sheriff of Devon

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1543 – 1622) of Acland, Sheriff of Devon in 1611, and he was the eldest of his four sons.

Potheridge

1515), of Potheridge, who came from an ancient Devonshire family and was great-grandfather of George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (1608–1670).

George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle

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1515), of Potheridge, who came from an ancient Devonshire family and was great-grandfather of George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (1608–1670).

Arthur Plantagenet, 1st Viscount Lisle

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Thomas Monke's first wife and Margaret's mother was Frances Plantagenet, a daughter of Arthur Plantagenet, 1st Viscount Lisle (died 1542) an illegitimate son of King Edward IV.

Edward IV of England

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Thomas Monke's first wife and Margaret's mother was Frances Plantagenet, a daughter of Arthur Plantagenet, 1st Viscount Lisle (died 1542) an illegitimate son of King Edward IV.

Viscount D'Abernon

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Eleanor survived her husband and remarried to Sir Francis Vincent, 1st Baronet (c.

Stoke d'Abernon

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1568–1640) of Stoke d'Abernon, in Surrey.

Drewe family of Broadhembury

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He sold Killerton to Sir Arthur Acland (died 1610), Knight, of Acland in the parish of Landkey, Devon, who used it as jointure for his wife Eleanor Mallet.

Manor of Silverton

The other part the Courtenays sold to Edward Drewe of Sharpham, Serjeant-at-Law, whose son Sir Thomas Drewe (d.1651) of The Grange of Dunkeswell Abbey, Broadhembury, Sheriff of Devon in 1612, sold it (together with Killerton, to which it adjoins, the later Acland seat) to Sir Arthur Acland (d.1610) of Acland.

Columbjohn

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Sir Arthur Acland (died 1610) (eldest son and heir) whose impressive monument with effigy and inscription survives in the Acland Aisle in Landkey Church.

Beaford

Woolleigh, Beaford
Sir John Acland's nephew Sir Arthur Acland (died 1610) married Eleanor Mallet, the daughter and heir of Robert Mallet, and thus Wooleigh passed into the Acland family, later of Killerton.