Alan Pirot of Ringleton, Kent 1
- Born: Abt 1267
- Died: After 26 Apr 1305 1
• Manorial Estate, 1305, Ringleton Manor, Woodnesborough, Sandwich, Kent, CT13, GB. 2 THE MANOR OF RINGLETON, or Ringston, as it is sometimes written, is situated at some distance westward from Woodnesborough church, and at the time of taking the survey of Domesday, was likewise part of the possessions of Odo, bishop of Baieux, under the title of whose lands it is thus entered in it:...
...it was afterwards held by the countess of Ewe, and of her again by knight's service, by the family of Perot, one of whom, Sir Ralph Perot, or Pyrot, as the name was frequently spelt, held it as above-mentioned in king Edward I.'s reign, (fn. 7) and Mr. Boteler, of Eastry, has in his possession some deeds of the Perots, of Ringleton, in king Richard II.'s time, having their seals appendant, on which are these arms, A shield with a crescent for difference, in chief, three escallop shells, the legend\emdash Si Johis Perot. From his heirs it descended in like manner as Knolton to John de Sandhurst, who left an only daughter and heir Christian, who married William de Langley, by which marriage he became entitled to it; his heirs passed it away to Robt. White, whose heirs held it in the 20th year of Edward III.
7. Book of knight's fees, in the Exchequer.