From Burke's Commoners of the Great Britain and Ireland, Vol I, an article on the Bond family anciently of Cornwall (possibly Penryn) later Lutton in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset in the seventeenth century followed by Grange, Dorset in the early nineteenth century:
"Alice the eldest of these [daughters of Edith Bond and Sir White Beckonshaw], married in 1637?, John Lisle, of the Isle of Wight, who afterwards became a member of Cromwell's house of lords, and one of the commissioners of his great seal. She was cruelly condemned to death on the pretended charge of high treason by Judge Jeffries, and beheaded at Winchester 2nd September 1685. This judgement was afterwards reversed by act of parliament. (See State Trials.)"