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Hamon le Strange of Hunstanton, Norfolk
(Abt 1293-1316)
Margaret de Vernon
(Abt 1297-1349)
Robert le Strange of Timworth, Nofolk
(-After 1348)
Mabilla
John le Strange of Walden, Essex and Timworth, Norfolk
(-After 1392)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Elizabeth le Boteler

John le Strange of Walden, Essex and Timworth, Norfolk 1 2

  • Marriage (1): Elizabeth le Boteler 1
  • Died: After 1392

  General Notes:

In Easter term, in the eighth year of Richard II [1384-1385] by a fine levied between John Strange and Elizabeth his wife, and William Hunt and Elizabeth his wife, the manor and advowson of Brockley were limited to John and Elizabeth his wife, in tail - remainder to John son and heir of the said John Strange in fee.

John Strange, according to Halstead's Genealogies of the House of Mordaunt, was son of Robert de Tymworth and Mabell his wife, and bore for his arms, Gules, an eagle displayed Argent, within a bordure engrailed Or, as appears from his seal, circumscribed "Sigillum Johannis le Strange," affixed to a deed dated Saturday the Vigil of St. Michael, in the eleventh year of Richard II set forth in the work just cited, as well as from the quarterings of Beaupré in Outwell church, Norfolk, and the funeral certificate of Edmund Beaupré. 3


John married Elizabeth le Boteler, daughter of Geoffrey le Boteler of Walden, Essex and Unknown.1


Sources


1 John Gage, <i>The History and Antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe Hundred </i> (Bury St. Edmunds, GB: John Deck, 1838), 352-354.

2 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.

3 John Gage, <i>The History and Antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe Hundred </i> (Bury St. Edmunds, GB: John Deck, 1838), 352.

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