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Political Society in Lancastrian EnglandThe Greater Gentry of Nottinghamshire$

Simon Payling

Print publication date: 1991

Print ISBN-13: 9780198202097

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198202097.001.0001

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(p.228) Appendix 3 Knightly Families Resident in Nottinghamshire in the Second Quarter of the Fourteenth Century with the Dates of their Failure in the Male Line1

(p.228) Appendix 3 Knightly Families Resident in Nottinghamshire in the Second Quarter of the Fourteenth Century with the Dates of their Failure in the Male Line1

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Political Society in Lancastrian England
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Oxford University Press

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Annesley of Annesley

        1437

Aslockton of Aslockton

ante 14142

Barry of Teversal

     c.14733

Barry of Tollerton

        15454

Bekering of Tuxford

        1425

Bevercotes of Bevercotes

late 16th c.5

Bingham of Bingham

     c.1390

Brett of Wiverton

     c.1385

Brut of Thorney

post 14426

Burdon of Maplebeck

       1403

Burton of Burton Joyce

post 14547

Chaworth

       1483

Clifton of Clifton

       18698

Cokfeld of Nuthall

       1453

Compton of Hawton

       14619

Cressy of Hodsock

       1408

Cromwell of Lambley

       1456

Crophill of Sutton Bonington

       138310

Everingham of Laxton

       138811

Furneux of Carlton in Lindrick

       134912

Goushill of Hoveringham

       140313

Grey of Langford

       138314

Hercy of Grove

       1570

Heriz of Gonalston

       1329

Husy of Flintham

late 16th c.15

Jorce of Burton Joyce

       140316

Leek of West Leake

ante 1434

Lisures of Fledborough

    c.136417

Longviliers of Tuxford

       1369

Loudham of Lowdham

       1390

Mering of Meering

       163518

Mounteny of Stoke-by-Newark

 temp. RII19

Nevill of Rolleston

       1571

Pierpoint of Holme Pierrepont

       177320

Rempston of Rempstone

       1458

St Andrew of Gotham

       162621

Saundby of Saundby

       141822

Staunton of Staunton-in-the-Vale

       168923

Strelley of Strelley

     c.1503

Sutton of Averham

       172324

Thorpe of Thorpe-by-Newark

early 16th c.25

Vaux of Cotham

ante 1351

Vilers of Kinoulton

temp. E III26

Wharton of Wharton

post 140827

Willoughby of Willoughby-on-the-Wolds

        159628

Notes:

(1) The date at which the senior male line failed. I have used the same rules as outlined in K. B. McFarlane, The Nobility of Later Medieval England (1973), 172–3.

(2) Edmund Cranmer (the great-grandfather of Thomas Cranmer (d. 1556), archbishop of Canterbury), who married Isabella, the daughter and heiress of William Aslockton, had succeeded to the Aslockton estates by June 1414: Thoroton, i. 263; KB9/204/2/10.

(3) E179/159/84; Thoroton, ii. 306.

(4) S. P. Potter, A History of Tollerton (Nottingham, 1929), 66.

(5) Thoroton, iii. 357.

(6) This family appears to have failed between 1442 and 1451: E404/59/105; E179/159/84.

(7) The last reference to this family is June 1454: Notts. IPM, 1437–85, 38.

(8) K. S. S. Train, Twenty Nottinghamshire Families (Nottingham, 1969), 14.

(9) Notts. IPM, 1437–85, 64.

(10) Ibid. 1350–1436, 92.

(11) CP, v. 190–1.

(12) CIPM, ix, no. 176.

(13) Notts. IPM, 1350–1436, 143; Thoroton, iii. 62–3.

(14) Ibid. 96–7.

(15) Thoroton, i. 253.

(16) Ibid. iii. 19, 21; Borthwick Institute, Prob. Reg. 3, fo. 98.

(17) W. F. Carter and R. F. Wilkinson, ‘The Fledborough Family of Lisures’, TTS 44 (1940), 29.

(18) A. Cameron, ‘Meering and the Meryng Family’, TTS 77 (1973), 51.

(19) Thoroton, i. 348–9; J. Hunter, South Yorkshire (London, 1828–31), ii. 393.

(20) CP, vii. 309.

(21) Baker, The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton (1822–41), i. 161.

(22) Borthwick Institute, Arch. Reg. 18, fo. 369v.

(23) G. W. Staunton and F. M. Stenton, The Family of Staunton of Staunton (Newark, 1911), 60.

(24) CP, vii. 628–9.

(25) CFR, 1485–1509, 371; Thoroton, i. 351–2.

(26) Thoroton, i. 153; PC, p. xxviii n.

(27) Thoroton, i. 268.

(28) ‘The Family of Willoughby’, TTS 6 (1902), supplement, 46–7.