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|Death:||17 November 1569|
William Honnyng, born, probably in London, to Roger Honnyng and Margaret nee Owle. Educated, perhaps at St Pauls School, London. 1538: became the clerk for Edmund Bonner, then ambassador to Paris. Some time after Oct 1541 he was appointed one of the four clerks of the Signet. On 23 April 1543 he was appointed one of the two clerks of the Privy Council. 1544: buys Carleton Manor in Suffolk for £200. 1547: MP for Winchester. 1553: MP for Orford, Suffolk. 1569: died; buried in Eye Church, Suffolk
William and Frances had 14 children:
- Edward Honing (1550-1609) married Ursula Wingfield
- William Honing (1552-?)
- Henry Honing (1553-1635)