I have read some of the Rotherham Web pages before. Was not aware they had been updated recently. I will have another look.
I have a Roland Revill as witness to an indenture of settlement involving William Blythe of Norton Lees and his illegitimate son John Blythe alias Rotherham in Norton in 1593.
Godfrey Foljambe was William's next door neighbour in 1583 in Norton Lees. He is named as Godfrey Foljambe of Morehall Derbyshire.
Also note the Vessey family have a son called Revel Vessey. Is he related by the female line?
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The various Roland Revells are difficult to distinguish and identify with regard to their ancesors.
I think that the Roland Revell who is a witness to an Indenture of Settlement dated April 1st 1593 is one of two associated with Dronfield because the indenture refers to William Blythe of Norton Lees’s land at Cold Aston and Dronfield. These two Rowlands associated with Dronfield and Cold Aston, are Gregory’s son Rowland Revell who married Grace thought to have died in 1628, and the Rowland Revell living at or near Dronfield in 1633 and a bit of a mystery.
However, this is not certain and as the settlement also refers to the More family and it might be the same Rowland who had dealings with Godfrey Weste in 1587. The connection to the More and Wests families might point to either Rowland of Brinsworth (died 1599) or Rowland of High Green (died 1633), see below.
I haven't particularly investigated the Vesey family. Quite often a surname appears as a forename in recognition of the godparent's surname or where there are no male heirs and a married daughter and her husband use her maiden name as a forename. I believe that Revel Vesey is the son of Elizabeth Revell and Michael Vesey of Brinsworth. Elizabeth is the sister of of Rowland Revell of High (Haigh) Green who married Agnes Vesey (sometimes recorded as Agnes Varye).
I believe Rowland of High Green's father is Rowland Revell of Brinsworth who married Margaret Sykes (wife Margaret, daughter Elizabeth and son Rowland named in will dated 1599). This will also refers to John Revell of Smallfield and Richard Revell of Stannington but does not define the relationships.
Rowland of Brinsworth's father is William Revell of Brinsworth (son Rowland named in will dated 1560). William's father is uncertain but he also refers to a son John Revell, and a Thomas Revell but does not define his relationship so presumably not a son.
This Thomas Revell could be Thomas son of William buried Rotherham on May 23rd 1560. Alternatively, he could be Thomas Revell of Stannington (possibly born 1533 and no later than 1542) who married first Katherine and second Ann West née More on June 7th 1580.
Not sure whether this will really help a great deal, but let me know if you have any other ideas or additions.