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Interim Results for: 'george goring'. Result page: 11
. . . the land belonging to Lewes Priory. This was to be stocked with 800 sheep, besides oxen, kine, hogs, and horses. George, Lord Bergavenny, sold the wardship of John and the custody of his land in 1526 to his mother, but Jane subsequently complained that Lord Bergavenny had not kept his agreement with her. John Everard died in 1541 having . . .
. . . his two sisters Mary and Dorothy. Mary married Richard Bellingham of Hangleton and Dorothy became the wife of Henry Goring . • Will, 24 Jun 1524. • Probate, 12 Feb 1525. William married Joan Ernle, daughter of Sir John Ernle and Anne Dawtry, after 1511. (Joan Ernle died about 1549.) William next married Jane Shelley, daughter of Sir John Shelley. . .
. . . commission for trial of others who had felled and taken away trees in Flockthorpe. In 1309, he presented to St. George's Church, Hardingham, and in the same year claimed the patronage of the Church of Piriho Priory for his tenant Wm de Kyrkby, but on account of a dispute concerning the presentation with Mabill de Hornby and John Knyvet, the . . .
. . . as 'the farm called Bevingdeane', was settled by Thomas Covert on his wife Diana, daughter of George, 1st Lord Goring . In 1664 Diana Baynham, their daughter, was holding it. This estate, apparently, by the early part of the 17th century included also the Lewknor portion and was described as half the manor of Bevendean, the other half being. . .
. . . Seymour, later duke of Somerset (attainted 1552); he conveyed it in 1531 to Richard Bellingham (d. 1550×1552). GeorgeGoring, husband of Richard's widow Mary, was described as lord c . 1560. Mary's son Sir Edward Bellingham (d. 1605) was succeeded by his son and namesake (d. 1637), who was succeeded by his niece or cousin Cecily, wife of . . .
. . . (q.v.) and in 1639, as 'the farm called Bevingdeane', was settled by Thomas Covert on his wife Diana, daughter of George, 1st Lord Goring . In 1664 Diana Baynham, their daughter, was holding it. This estate, apparently, by the early part of the 17th century included also the Lewknor portion and was described as half the manor of Bevendean, the . . .
. . . Cliffe High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2AH, GB 1 Died: 1794 aged 41 Benjamin married Sophia Egles, daughter of George Egles and Elizabeth Goring, on 26 Oct 1779 in St. Thomas à Becket's Church, Cliffe High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2AH, GB. 1 (Sophia Egles was born on 25 May 1757 in Barcombe, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8, GB and was . . .
. . . 1332 Joan Richard born 2 Feb 1304 Thomas died Abt 1340 William DE GOMETZ-LA-FERTÉ Hodierne died After 1 Dec 1074 DE GORING John John Robert DE GOUIZ Alice born Bef 12 Dec 1289 died Bef 12 Jul 1310 Brian Joan born Bef 24 Jun 1285 died 1 May 1346 Richard Robert died Bef 28 Jun 1236 Walter William born Abt 1220 died After 8 Jun 1264 William died Bef . . .
. . . 1216 DE LA LYNDE Geoffrey Joan John (Sir) died Bef 10 Dec 1272 Robert Walter (Sir) born Abt 1245-1248 DE LA LYNE George (Sir) DE LA MARCHE Unknown died Bef 1092 Unknown died Bef 1092 Unknown Agnès Almodis Comtesse de la Marche died Between 1117 and 1129 Almodis died 16 Oct 1071 Amélie died After 1140 Audebert I Comte de la Marche died 997. . .