Not available at the moment, but probably able to be found in libraries, are the "Mantlemass" books by Barbara Willard. They cover the period between 1485 - 1644, and basically follow 2 families down the time.
Chronologically they are:
The Miller's Boy (1976) - set in 1479
The Lark and the Laurel (1970) - opens in 1485
The Sprig of Broom (1971) - begins in 1506
A Cold Wind Blowing (1972) - set in the 1530s
The Eldest Son (1977) - also set in the 1530s (tells the story of what happens "at home" while the main character of the previous book is away)
The Iron Lily (1973)
A Flight of Swans (1980) - opens as the Spanish Armada sails on England
Harrow and Harvest (1974) is the last Mantlemass novel. In the 1640s, Mantlemass is in decline, and there is uncertainty over who the heir will be.
The Keys of Mantlemass (1981) is a collection of short stories, bridging some gaps between the novels, and relating some incidents in more detail. The collection enhances the unity of the series and answers questions about some of the minor characters. The final story provides the finishing touch, bringing the Mantlemass story up to date, with a young woman from the American branch of the Medleys returning to the forest in search of her family history.
She's also written other YA historicals, but her Mantlemass are the best-known.