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John Goring of Burton, Sussex
(-1520)
Constance Dyke
(Abt 1449/1459-)
John Covert of Slaugham, Sussex
(Bef 1472-1503)
Elizabeth Pelham
(-After 1503)
Sir William Goring of Burton, Sussex
(Bef 1500-1554)
Elizabeth Covert
(Abt 1500-After 1558)
Robert Goring
(-Bef 1557)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Mary Olney

  • Elizabeth Goring

Robert Goring

  • Marriage (1): Mary Olney
  • Died: Bef 4 Jul 1557

  Events

Inquisition: Post Mortem, 19 Apr 1554, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7, GB. 1 480. WILLIAM GORING, knt. Vol. 104, No. 79.
Lewes, 19 April 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Died 2 March 1 Mary.
Heir, son, Henry Goring, esq., aged 32 and more at Inq.
Lands. - Manor of Burton, advowson of Burton, and Cotts in Burton. Manor of Barlavington, Fyttelworth Mill, lands in Barlavington, Dounkton, Sutton, Petworth, Bygnor, Coots, Fittleworth, and Egdene, settled 9 June 1 Edw. VI. on himself for life, then on Lady Elizabeth his wife for life, then for Henry Goring, esq., his son and heir, and heirs male, remainder to George G., 2nd son, remainder Robt. G., 3rd son, remainder right heirs. Sir W. G. died, then Lady Elizabeth entered and survives. Also seized of manor of Hardam alias Heryngham and advowson of Church of H., manor of Moncks in Northlauncing, Cookeham, Worthing, and Sounting, Rectory and Church of Carsalton alias Karsalton, co. Surrey. Made will as Sir W. G. Burton, knt., 6 May 7 Edw. VI., left Henry his son sole ex'or. Edward VI. also seized of reversion of manors of Balneth and Nytmber, lands called "Knolland," "Frythland," "Oldland," "Losemans," "Pigdene," and "Southlond," after death of Anne of Cleves, and granted to W. G. by Letters Patent. She still living at Hever, co. Kent. W. G. also seized of other property in Shipley, West Grinstead, Warminghurst.

Probate, 4 Jul 1557, London, GB.


Robert married Mary Olney, daughter of Thomas Olney and Unknown. (Mary Olney died before 18 Sep 1590 and was buried on 18 Sep 1590 in St. Mary's Church, Church Lane, Fittleworth, West Sussex, RH20 1HL, GB 2.)


Sources


1 Sussex Record Society, <i>Sussex Record Society </i> (N.p.: Sussex Record Society, n.d.), XIV Post Mortem Inquisitions in Sussex - 1 Henry VII (1485) to 1649 and after: 104-105.

2 "Sussex Family History Group (SFHG)".

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