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Sir Ralph Pirot
(Abt 1195-Bef 1252)
Joan
(Abt 1205-After 1256)
Giles de Argentein of Melbourn & Wymondley
(1210-Bef 1282)
Margery de Aguillon
(1222-Between 1267/1274)
Sir Ralph Pirot
(Abt 1225-Bef 1305)
Cassandra de Argentein
(Abt 1240-After 1279)
Thomas Pirot of Knowlton, Kent
(Abt 1261-After 1305)

 

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Thomas Pirot of Knowlton, Kent 1

  • Born: Abt 1261
  • Died: After 26 Apr 1305 1

  Events

Manorial Estate, 1305, Knowlton Manor, Goodnestone, Canterbury, Kent, CT3, GB. 2 At the time of taking the survey of Domesday, in the 15th year of the Conqueror's reign, this manor was part of the possessions of Odo, bishop of Baieux, under the general title of whose lands it is entered in it as follows:...

...it was afterwards held by knight's service, by the family of Perot, or Pyrot, as the name was frequently spelt; one of whom, Alanus Pyrot, held it in king Henry III.'s reign, by knight's service, of the countess of Ewe, to whom the seignory paramount of it had descended from William de Albineto before-mentioned; Sir Ralph Pyrot, his successor, was possessed of this manor in the next of Edward I. in the 13th year of which he had a grant, dated at Acton Burnel, October 4th, of free warren in all his demesne lands of Cnoltone, among others in other different counties.

In his descendants, who bore for their arms, Argent, a fess, sable, in chief, three escallops; as appears by the coat, quartered with those of Langley on the font, and in the windows of this church, it continued down to Henry Perot, who was of Knolton, and served the office of sheriff at the latter end of the 6th year of that reign, though before the end of it John de Sandhurst appears to have been lord of it.


Sources


1 George Edward Cokayne, "Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom" (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2000), 1st Ed., Vol. 10, p 476.

2 Edward Hasted, <i>The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent</i>, 12 (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1799), 10: 121-144.

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