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Interim Results for: 'george goring'. Result page: 9
Buist-Taylor Keatch-Kendall Buist Taylor Keatch Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search George Egles (Bef 1688-Bef 1752) Barbara Godly (Bef 1697-Bef 1737) John Goring (Bef 1678-1735) Elizabeth Plumer (Bef 1689-Bef 1782) George Egles (Bef 1722-Bef 1767) Elizabeth Goring (Bef 1723-Bef 1812) John Egles (1754-Between 1843/1843) Family Links John . . .
. . . Taylor Keatch Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search John Luck Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. Barbara Egles George Luck Richard Luck John Luck Barbarina Goring Luck John Luck Marriage (1): Barbara Egles on 21 Sep 1752 in St. Peter's St. Paul's Church, Church Street, Wadhurst, East Sussex, TN5 6AA, GB 1 John married Barbara Egles, daughter . . .
. . . however, it diverged from that descent, passing after complicated transactions to Radmyld's cousin and co-heir John Goring of Burton, whose family had held lands in Lancing since the late 14th century. After John's death in 1520 the manor passed from father to son through Sir William (d. 1553/4), Sir Henry (d. 1594), Sir William (d. 1601-2), Sir . . .
. . . (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. . .
. . . a daughter Elizabeth, who married Henry Dyke, and their coheirs were their granddaughters, Constance wife of John Goring and Eleanor wife of William Dering. The advowson (q.v.) descended to them, but no more is recorded of the lordship. • Manorial Estate, 1291, Empshott Manor, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU33, GB. 4 William Dawtrey (de Alta Ripa) w . . .
. . . Sources 1 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Barbara J. Bradley (Barb), 28 Aug 2004. . George Edward Cokayne, Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2000), X:327-31. 2 George Edward Cokayne, Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great. . .
. . . or resigned. 1294 presented his kinsman Stephen de Hepworth (see Cameys of Great Stukeley) to the Church of St. George, Hardingham, which living was valued at 35 marks and possessed a manse with 60 acres of land attached to it. In 1295, he obtained license from the King to enfeoff his son Ralph in Flockthorpe Manor. In 1277, he was summoned . . .
. . . 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. . .