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  1. 28/04/2022 · Margery (Margaret) le Despencer, 3rd Baroness le Despenser was the daughter and heiress of Philip le Despencer, 2nd Baron le Despencer. She was born about 1397 in Nettlestead, Gloucestershire, England, and married John de Ros, 7th Baron de Ros. He died without heirs, and she married secondly

    • circa 1400
    • Ipswich, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
    • Manor.
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    At the time of the Conquest WESTONwas one of the possessions of the Saxon lord Wigodof Wallingford. On Wigod's death shortly afterwards many of his lands including Weston passed toRobert d'Oilly, the first Norman castellan of Oxford,who is said to have married Wigod's daughter.Robert held Weston rated at 10 hides in 1086 (fn. 36) andon his death in...

    In 1086there was land for 12 ploughs in Weston-on-theGreen, all under cultivation. On the demesne were4 ploughs and 5 serfs, while 17 villeins (villani) and11 bordars had 8 ploughs. There were two millsworth 4s. and the value of the estate had increased8 to 12 since 1065. (fn. 72) In c. 1228 Oseney Abbeyacquired the manor from Henry (II) d'Oilly, t...

    There was probably an 11th-centurychurch at Weston. Wigod of Wallingford was followedas lord by Robert d'Oilly, who in 1074 granted twothirds of his demesne tithes there to his foundation of the church of St. George in Oxford castle. (fn. 115) St. George's church passed in 1149 with all its possessions to Oseney Abbey. Weston church was partof Robe...

    The only early recusantrecorded was Joan, the wife of Richard Poure, (fn. 158) whowas fined in 1603. In the late 18th and early 19thcenturies there were a few Roman Catholics, probably not more than one family, who went to chapelat Tusmore. (fn. 159) Protestant dissent appeared soon after this, whenin 1818 the first house was licensed for worship. ...

    In 1808 there was a small school for 12to 20 children, who were paid for by their parents. (fn. 166) It had apparently closed by 1819, (fn. 167), but in 1833 therewas a fee-paying school for about 20 children. (fn. 168) AChurch of England school was opened in 1855; (fn. 169) itsaverage attendance was 48 by 1890, (fn. 170) and 42 in 1906. (fn. 171) ...

    Sums of money, amounting to 30,were left to the poor of the parish at unknown datesby William and Francis Drake, William Webb,Thomas Croxton, and Hannah Maunde. (fn. 173) Theinterest was distributed to the poor in bread in1759. (fn. 174) The principal, however, was held by NorreysBertie, who died bankrupt in Ghent in 1766.Peregrine Bertie, his succ...

  2. 26/04/2022 · Lady Margaret Percy is the daughter of Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland and Eleanor de Poynings, Baroness de Poynings.2 She married Sir William Gascoigne, son of Sir William Gascoigne and Joan Neville.2 Her married name became Gascoigne.2 Children of Lady Margaret Percy and Sir William Gascoigne Elizabeth Gascoigne+2 d. 1559

  3. 01/05/2022 · Sir Philip died possessed of it anno 2 Henry VI. upon which it descended to his daughter Margery, then the wife of Roger Wentworth, esq. whose descendant Thomas, lord Wentworth, of Nettlested, alienated it, in the 35th year of that reign, to Thomas Colepeper, esq. of Bedgbury, who soon afterwards conveyed it to Sir Anthony Aucher, of Bishopsborne, in whose descendants it conti nued down to Sir ...

  4. 27/04/2022 · To Mistress Margery Wentworth. Smart, Christopher Where’s the Poker? Smart, Rev. Richard The borys hede that we bryng here. Smith, Mamie Crazy Blues. Smith, Stevie Bog-Face Man is a Spirit Not Waving But Drowning Satin-Clad Scorpion She Said… From “Thoughts about the Person from Porlock” Sophocles Thoughts from Sophocles. Spender ...

  5. 28/04/2022 · It appears that he was never summoned to Parliament, and died on 20 June 1424 without male heir. His title passed to his only daughter, Margery le Despencer, wife of John de Ros, 8th Baron de Ros and secondly Roger Wentworth of Nettlestead, Esq. Margery and Roger Wentworth were ancestors to Jane Seymour, third queen consort of King Henry VIII.

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