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  • . . .  Keatch Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search Thomas Godly (Bef 1624-Bef 1697) Mary Elliot (-Bef 1672) George Goring (Bef 1646-Bef 1714) Elizabeth Newnham (Bef 1648-Bef 1675) John Godly (Bef 1672-Bef 1708) Elizabeth Goring (Bef 1675-Bef 1704) Barbara Godly (Bef 1697-Bef 1737) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. George Egles John Barham Egles  . . .
  • . . .  Apr 1911, 88 Franche Court Road, Wandsworth, London, SW17 0JU, GB. 6 • Residence, 20 Mar 1936, Bohain, Harvey Road, Goring-By-Sea, Worthing, West Sussex, BN12 4DS, GB. • Residence, 26 Mar 1953, 32 Meadow Crescent, Worthing, West Sussex, GB. Living with J. M. Wilson (grand daughter-in-law). Annie married George Thomas Keatch, son of William Keatch   . . .
  • . . .  Bef 28 Sep 1635 GOORD Geremy born Bef 23 Mar 1594/95 John born Bef 21 May 1592 Margaret died Bef 1 Jun 1669 Thomas GORING Barbara born Bef 8 Jan 1679/80 died Bef 17 Apr 1690 Dorothy born Bef 29 Mar 1682 died Bef 2 Oct 1682 Edward born Bef 14 Feb 1657/58 Elizabeth born Bef 12 Mar 1722/23 died Bef 14 Jul 1812 Elizabeth born Bef 23 Feb 1674/75 died  . . .
  • . . .  this John, who had assoined himself as confined to his bed by sickness in a case by Ralph de St. Ouen about land in Goring [ Rot. Cur. Reg . I. 97, 106], died and was succeeded by his brother Henry [ Pipe R . 10 Ric I, 227]. Sources 1 Sussex Archaeological Society, editor, Sussex Archaeological Collections (N.p.: n.p., n.d.), Vol 93 [1955]:  . . .
  • . . .  Berry (Between 1798/1799-1868) Mary Chambers (Bef 1801-1861) Joseph Richardson (Between 1796/1796-1864) Elizabeth Goring Egles (Between 1793/1794-1876) Henry Berry (Between 1826/1826-1892) Elizabeth Jemima Richardson (Between 1818/1818-1876) Catherine Eva Berry (1854-1938) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. James Richard Buist Florence Elizabeth  . . .
  • . . .  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  . . .
  • . . .  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  . . .
  • . . .  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  . . .
  • . . .  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  . . .
  • . . .  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  . . .
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