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  1. 27/05/2022 · he pointed out the unlikelihood that richard de burgh's wife margaret was the daughter of a john de burgh of lanvallay - the elder of these men died in 1248 and 'can hardly have been father-in-law of a man born as late as 1259', while the younger did have a daughter named margaret but she became a nun and did not receive a share with her sisters …

  2. 30/04/2022 · ⁋1 In 1221 Hubert de Burgh received one of the most significant accolades of his career when he took as his wife Princess Margaret of Scotland, the eldest sister of Alexander II. 1 By this marriage Hubert, born the son of a Norfolk knight, 2 found himself in the exalted position of being joined in wedlock to the daughter of William the Lion.

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    26/05/2022 · Margaret of England, first born daughter of Henry III. 29/297-298, 356, 384, ... heiress of Christiana wife of Reymund de Burgh, 17/192 ...

  4. 30/04/2022 · Burgh Saint Margaret has been saved as your Local News location Close + 20 miles. Increase your radius to see more recent local stories. Norwich Cathedral's first female dean retires. 6d 7 days ...

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    The earliest records of BANSTEADrefer to gifts of land there, the firstbeing a grant, in 680, from Caedwalla,King of Wessex, to Bishop Wilfrid; (fn. 20) the second, agrant made by Frithwald, subregulus of Surrey, andBishop Erkenwald to Chertsey Monastery, in augmentation of the lands given at the foundation of the abbey,the lands mentioned in this ...

    The Prior and canons of St. MaryOvery were possessed, as earlyas the 12th century, of a considerable amount of land inSouthmerfield in Banstead. In1194 Mabel de Mowbray,after the death of Nigel, claimed against the prior two caru-cates of land in Southmerfield,as well as the advowson ofthe church, as having beengiven her by her father as hermarriag...

    GARRATTS HALL (fn. 204)(Gerardes, Garades) represents a tenement held of the manor of Banstead,apparently according to the custom of borough English. It preserves the name of a family settled inBanstead in the 15th century. Their estate passed tothe Calcokes of Chipstead, and descended from RichardCalcoke to his youngest son Alan, who joined withhi...

    BANSTEAD PLACE(formerly Carpenters) wasan estate of the Wilmots early in the 17th century.It passed through an heiress to Elizabeth wife ofGabriel Bestman, and afterwards to her niece, HannahWilmot, who married Sir Samuel Prime, a well-known lawyer in the reign of George III. Theproperty passed later to the Westons, and then toJohn Motteux, of Beac...

    NEWLANDSbelonged in the 17th century to thefamily of Harris, who were connected with Winchester. Richard Harris, M.D., of Newlands, married asister of Sir Edward Bysshe, of Smallfield Place, inBurstow, and left a son, Thomas Harris, a secondaryof the Court of Exchequer, who married Anne, sisterof Sir Timothy Thornhill, bart., and widow of JohnWilmo...

    ALL SAINTS' church is a fine building consisting of a chancel 33 ft. 7 in.by 13 ft. 4 in. with a north chapel 21 ft.6 in. by 13 ft. and a south chapel 21 ft. by 13 ft. 2in.,a nave 37 ft. 10 in. by 16 ft. 8 in. with a north aisle10 ft. 9 in. wide and a south aisle 11 ft. 2 in. wide, awest tower 14 ft. 4 in. by 14 ft., and to the north of ita vestry....

    There was a church in existenceat Banstead in 1086. (fn. 205) Tirel delManiers granted the advowson to thePrior and convent of St. Mary Overy during thereign of Henry I, (fn. 206) and this grant was afterwardsconfirmed by Nigel de Mowbray, lord of Banstead. (fn. 207) After his death his widow Mabel seems to haveclaimed the advowson against the prio...

    These are recorded in the churchas follows:— 1693. Mr. Samuel Wilmot left £50 for 5 poor men and 5 poor widows. 1699. Mr. Robert Wilmot gave £35. 1725. Mrs. Judith Lambert left £10 for 10 poor housekeepers, at the town end of the parish. 1741. Simon Wilmot, merchant, left £100 forthe poor. 1750. Sir Daniel Lambert left £100 for 16 poor people not r...