Robert Burbage
(-Between 1575/1575)
Mary la Zouche
(Abt 1512-)
Ann Burbage
(After 1542-Bef 1576)


Family Links

1. William Goring of Burton, Sussex

  • Sir Henry Goring of Burton, Sussex+

Ann Burbage

  • Born: After 1542
  • Marriage (1): William Goring of Burton, Sussex on 24 Jan 1563 in St. Richard's Church, Burton Park, Duncton, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0QU, GB 1 2
  • Died: Bef 18 Jan 1576
  • Buried: 18 Jan 1576, St. Richard's Church, Burton Park, Duncton, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0QU, GB

   Another name for Ann was Ann Burbage.


Manorial Estate, Abt 1564, Cowley Peachey Manor, Hillingdon, London, UB8, GB. 3 By 1362 Cowley Peachey belonged to Hugh Seagrave, whose feoffees were in possession in 1369. Sir Thomas Charlton, who presented to the church in 1427, held the manor in 1429 along with Cowley Hall and lands in Cowley called Ely's. He continued to hold Cowley Hall but by 1431 Cowley Peachey had passed to Robert Warner (d. 1439). Warner was succeeded by his daughter Elizabeth, who married Walter Green. She was in possession in1461 and died as a widow in 1473, leaving as heir her son Robert Green. Robert's widow Cecily married John Acton and held the manor at her death in 1480, when it came to her son Edward Green. He died without heirs in 1493, and his sister Cecily, wife of William Burbage, inherited Cowley. Cecily may have married again, for William Bedyll and Cecily his wife presented to the church in 1509 and 1516. She was succeeded by her son Thomas Burbage, who owned the manor at least from 1522 to 1550. His son Robert lived at Hayes Park, and it is likely that his ancestors since Walter Green had done the same.

Robert settled Cowley Peachey manor on his daughter's marriage with William Goring, who conveyed it to George Goring, who in turn conveyed it to Gregory, Lord Dacre (d. 1594), in 1582. George Goring, probably William's uncle, was also probably the George Goring who bought Hurstpierpoint manor (Sussex) from Dacre on the same day as he granted Cowley to him. The connection between these transactions is not established, but Dacre held Cowley until his death in 1594, and his wife, who held jointly with him and survived him, left it by will to Sir Edward Fenner, whose mother was also a Goring. Fenner, a justice of King's Bench, was buried at Hayes in 1612. His son Edward conveyed Cowley to Richard Franklin about 1615.

Ann married William Goring of Burton, Sussex, son of Sir Henry Goring of Burton, Sussex and Dorothy Everard, after 1576.1 2 (William Goring of Burton, Sussex was born before 1545 4 and died on 11 Mar 1601/02 4.)


1 Sussex Family History Group (SFHG).

2 East Sussex Record Office, Lewes.

3 Victoria County History, editor, A History of the County of Middlesex, 12 (London: Victoria County History, 1962), 3: 172-174.

4 Sussex Record Society, Sussex Record Society (N.p.: Sussex Record Society, n.d.), XIV Post Mortem Inquisitions in Sussex - 1 Henry VII (1485) to 1649 and after: 105.

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