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Interim Results for: 'john goring'. Result page: 14
. . . Buist Taylor Keatch Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search William Bull (Abt 1639-) Margaret (-Bef 1700) John Burtenshaw (-Bef 1675) Joanne Ade (1656-Bef 1701) Richard Bull (Bef 1670-Bef 1732) Mary Burtenshaw (Bef 1674-Bef 1743) Henry Bull (Bef 1708-Bef 1787) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. Elizabeth Winn Elizabeth Bull Anne Bull . . .
. . . Barcombe, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8, GB. 1 • Will, 8 Oct 1785. • Probate, 1 Feb 1788, London, GB. Sworn by Sir Harry Goring, Baronet; Thomas Kirkman the Elder; and Thomas Kirkman the Younger. Henry married Elizabeth Winn, daughter of John Winn and Joan Savage, on 6 Apr 1738 in St. Michael's Church, High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XU, GB. 1. . .
. . . Kendall Downloads Resources Contact Search George Egles (Bef 1688-Bef 1752) Barbara Godly (Bef 1697-Bef 1737) JohnGoring (Bef 1678-1735) Elizabeth Plumer (Bef 1689-Bef 1782) George Egles (Bef 1722-Bef 1767) Elizabeth Goring (Bef 1723-Bef 1812) Barbara Elizabeth Egles (1746-1776) Family Links Barbara Elizabeth Egles Born: 7 Mar 1745/46, . . .
. . . however, it diverged from that descent, passing after complicated transactions to Radmyld's cousin and co-heir JohnGoring 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), . . .
. . . Notes: WILLIAM PAYNEL, younger son of William PAYNEL, and brother and heir of Thomas PAYNEL and elder brother of John PAYNEL, LORD PAYNEL, was born circa 1254. In 1293 he had a quitclaim from John de Arundel, son and heir of Robert de Arundel of Sussex, of all his right in the manor of Woolbeding. In 1296 he was returned from Sussex as a . . .
. . . 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. . .