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Robert le Strange of Timworth, Nofolk
(-After 1348)
Geoffrey le Boteler of Walden, Essex
(-After 1373)
John le Strange of Walden, Essex and Timworth, Norfolk
(-After 1392)
Elizabeth le Boteler
Agnes le Strange
(-After 1427)


Family Links

1. Robert Mordaunt of Turvey, Bedfordshire

2. Thomas Foderingay
  • Gerard Foderingay

Agnes le Strange 1 2

  • Marriage (1): Robert Mordaunt of Turvey, Bedfordshire 1 2
  • Marriage (2): Thomas Foderingay 1 2
  • Died: After 1427 2

  General Notes:

There were three children of John Strange and Elizabeth, that is to say...and Agnes, wife of Robert Mordaunt, of Turvey, in the county of Bedford, and secondly of, Thomas Foderingey. Agnes surviving her sister, who died without issue, became the sole heir. By Robert Mordaunt she had Robert, ancestor of the Earls of Peterborough and Monmouth, and Cassandra, a nun at Elstow. By Thomas Foderingey, her second husband, who presented to the rectory of Brockley in 1404, and who was a trustee for Robert Mordaunt the son, in deeds dated the thirteenth year of Henry IV, Agnes was mother of Gerard Foderingey. On the last day of April, in the fourth year of Henry VI, being then a widow, she held a court for the manor of Brockley Hall; and in the following year she presented to the church. 2

Agnes married Robert Mordaunt of Turvey, Bedfordshire, son of Edmund Mordaunt and Ellen Brok.1 2 (Robert Mordaunt of Turvey, Bedfordshire was born on 29 Oct 1355 3, baptised on 1 Nov 1355 in All Saints' Church, Turvey, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK43 7, GB 3 and died before 1396 4.)

Agnes next married Thomas Foderingay.1 2 (Thomas Foderingay died after 1412 2.)


1 Robert Halstead, <i>Succint genealogies of the noble and ancient houses of Alno or de Alneto, Broc of Stephale, Latimer of Duntish, Drayton of Drayton, Mauduit of Westminster, Green of Drayton, Vere of Addington, Fitz-Lewes of Westhornedon, Howard of Effingham and Mordaunt of Turvey justified by publick records, ancient and extant charters, histories and other authentick proofs, and enriched with divers sculptures of tombs, images, seals, and other curiosities </i> (London, GB: W. Burrell, 1685), 395-6.

2 John Gage, <i>The History and Antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe Hundred </i> (Bury St. Edmunds, GB: John Deck, 1838), 353-354.

3 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 15 Richard II: 114-122.

4 J. S. Roskell and L. Clark, editors, <i>The History of Parliament: The House of Commons, 1386-1421 </i>, 4 Volumes (N.p.: Boydell and Brewer, 1993).

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