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Interim Results for: 'john goring'. Result page: 13
. . . 1255-1304) Cecily de Bohun (Abt 1255-) Peter de la Stane (Abt 1248-Bef 1312) Cristina d'Aubigny (Bef 1251-Bef 1318) John Dawtry of Barlavington (Abt 1276-Bef 1301) Elizabeth de la Stane (Abt 1276-Bef 1316) Eve Dawtry (Abt 1297-1354) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. Sir Roger de Shelvestrode Sir John de Shelvestrode 2. Sir William Paynel 1st . . .
. . . two sisters and co-heirs, Eleanor the wife of William Dering of Surrenden (co. Kent) and Constance the wife of JohnGoring of Burton (co. Suss.). In 1514 the manor was settled on JohnGoring and Constance for life with remainder to their son William in tail-male, but this settlement seems later to have been set on one side, for in 1537 John. . .
. . . His son Henry had a grant of protection in November 1295 when he was going on the king's service to Scotland with John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey [ Cal. Pat. 1292-1301 , p.167.] In 1297, during Edward I's quarrel with his barons, Hewnry was one of three persons appointed to see the Magna Carta and the Forest Charter were observed in Sussex, and . . .
. . . He had a grant of a market on Friday and a fair on the eve, day, and morrow of SS Peter and Paul (22 June) at Goring in 1301 [ Cal. Chart. III. 1.]; and of free warren in Wiggonholt in 1305 [Ibid. 61]. In 1303 William de Montfort conveyed to Henry Tregoz, the manor of Bargham, or Barpham (in Angmering) [ De Banco , Mich. 10 Edward. II, m.. . .
Buist-Taylor Keatch-Kendall Buist Taylor Keatch Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search John de Tregoz (-Bef 1194) Amice FitzGerold (-Abt 1198) Henry de Tregoz (Bef 1170-) Henry Tregoz (Abt 1235-Bef 1293) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. Unknown Sir Henry Tregoz Henry Tregoz Born: Abt 1235 1 Marriage (1): Unknown Died: Bef 1293 1 General . . .
. . . respite from taking up knighthood [ Cal. Pat. 1253-8 , p. 487] . In the following year he had a grant of a fair at Goring on the eve, feast, and morrow of St Laurence (9-11 August) [ Cal. Chart. R . I. 4]. He evidently took the baronial side in the civil war, as on 16 September 1264 he was one of six knights ordered to assemble at Pevensey with. . .
. . . born Bef 20 Oct 1721 died Bef 5 Aug 1722 Elizabeth born Bef 12 Oct 1690 Emily Frances born Bef 18 Aug 1822 Henry Goring born 22 Feb 1839 Henry born Bef 1 Jul 1759 died Bef 21 Jun 1797 Henry born Bef 25 Jul 1688 died Bef 20 Nov 1760 Henry born Bef 28 Aug 1719 died Bef 11 Oct 1719 Henry born Bef 16 Dec 1727 died Bef 5 May 1809 John Olive born . . .
. . . 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 . . .
. . . Buist Taylor Keatch Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search Sir Robert Bellingham (-1476) Elizabeth Tunstall John Wiltshire (-Abt 1454) Isabel Clothall (-1485) Thomas Bellingham of Lyminster, Sussex (Abt 1425-1490) Joan Wiltshire (-Abt 1501) Richard Bellingham (-Bef 1553) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. Mary Everard Edward Bellingham . . .
. . . later duke of Somerset (attainted 1552); he conveyed it in 1531 to Richard Bellingham (d. 1550×1552). George Goring, 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 Thomas. . .