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Cornwall / Re: BENALLACK Family - St Just and Ladock Cornwall
« on: Thursday 07 February 19 20:41 GMT (UK)  »
Hi mine also. Its been a difficult line to sort and most of the cornish records dont seem easy to find or exist. Most of the Benellacks seem to call their children Stephen or John which doesnt help.
Most researchers are able to find the later generations easily as there are records but the early generations are were the problem seems to lie.

My best idea for the line is:


Stephen Benallack  =   Katheren Scawen  (Married Probus) (All of this line died at Ladock)

Sons below:

Stephen Benallack  =   Mary ........ (Administration of his estate was dated 2nd March 1690/1)
John Benallack   =    Elizabeth Corin

Stephens sons below:

Stephen Benallack   =   Elizabeth ......... 
John Benallack   =   Margery Ustick



 

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Sussex / Re: LADE/LADD Family - Kent/Sussex
« on: Monday 26 November 18 18:59 GMT (UK)  »
Hi you will need to remove your email from the blog as its against pollicy. But I will contact you through private email. I descend fron Vincent, Affra's brother. He married Agnes Denne.

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Sussex / Re: LADE/LADD Family - Kent/Sussex
« on: Sunday 25 November 18 23:32 GMT (UK)  »
Hi yes I do. John Ladd & Alice Oldefylde from Otting Elham Kent.
Their children were:
Stephen
John
Silvester
Joan
Nicolas
Thomas.
I decend from Thomas who married Elizabeth Mumbray they we married and living in Barham Kent in 1523 . There may be more children to John and Alice but this is my full list.

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Sussex / Re: LADE/LADD Family - Kent/Sussex
« on: Sunday 25 November 18 17:33 GMT (UK)  »
Hi you have forgotten to add the link.

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Surrey Completed Look up Requests / Re: Washbourn - Tillingdown link with Evelyn Family
« on: Monday 10 September 18 04:18 BST (UK)  »
https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/surrey/vol4/pp321-326#h3-0003

TILLINGDON or TILLINGDOWN
TILLINGDON or TILLINGDOWN was held as a manor in 1086. The wife of Salie, who held Tandridge of Richard de Clare at Domesday, held Tillingdon also of the same overlord, and it is probable that the two manors descended together until the time of Thomas de Warblington, in the latter part of the 13th century. In 1300 Christine his widow, then married to Henry de Shenefeld, sued for her dower out of lands here, but it was found upon inquiry that Thomas had sold to Gilbert de Clare, late Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, all his lands in Tillingdon held in fee, including a capital messuage and curtilage of the yearly value of 3s. per annum, 300 acres of land and 200 acres of meadow, held for the service of half a knight's fee. (fn. 59) Tillingdon was then held as a member of Blechingley Manor (fn. 60) (q.v.) by the Clares and their descendants, (fn. 61) passing with Blechingley to Margaret wife of Hugh de Audley, one of the co-heirs of Gilbert de Clare. In 1428 the Earl of Stafford held half a knight's fee in Tillingdon and 'Todeham' in this parish. (fn. 62) The manor came to the Crown with Blechingley at the attainder of Edward Duke of Buckingham. The king granted it to Thomas Cardycan for life in 1522. (fn. 63) In 1525, presumably after Cardycan's death, Walter Chaldecote, serjeant-at-arms, received it from the king. (fn. 64) In 1532 the reversion was granted in tailmale to Sir Nicholas Carew, (fn. 65) who, however, forfeited it by his attainder.

¶Later the manor was granted to William Wibarn, who alienated to Sir Thomas Cawarden in 1545. (fn. 66) In 1562 William Lord Howard of Effingham received licence to alienate 'the capital messuage or farm called Tillingdon to Thomas Gardener.' (fn. 67) It passed before 1565 to Humphrey Shelton, who in that year alienated it to Alan Horde. (fn. 68) It afterwards became the property, by purchase from Horde, of George Evelyn of West Dean, Wiltshire, who died in 1637 and who also held Caterham and Marden in this county. (fn. 69) After this date it passed with the latter manor (q.v.), the sale of Marden from Mary Gittings to Sir Robert Clayton in 1672 including also the tenement or farm of Tillingdon, estimated to contain about 600 acres. (fn. 70) The farm of Tillingdon lies in the detached portion of Tandridge cut off by Godstone parish. The original manor, however, seems from the Domesday Survey to have included the site of a church, presumably Tandridge Church, which is as old as 1120. The part of the manor where the church is situated is apparently not in the hands of Sir W. R. Clayton, but it is not known at what date it was separated from the rest of the estate.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Alchorne Family of Rotherfield
« on: Friday 08 June 18 20:24 BST (UK)  »
Hi thanks for your reply. I was actually refering to the 1450 Richard as mentioned by jethrosutherland . As far as I am aware the family of Alchorne are all descended from the same ancester and I understand the Wearld uses church records and family documents to form family line of descent. I wasnt sure about a blacksmith being the head of a large farming family either!
My ancester John bap Alciston married Jane Holney. His father was Richard bap St Denys Rotherfield married Mary Selme at Rodmell

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Alchorne Family of Rotherfield
« on: Wednesday 06 June 18 23:55 BST (UK)  »
Hi I to descend from Richard Alchorne. The family went to Rotherfield and then Alciston Sussex. I have Agnes Hert as Thomas's wife. There is also a pedigree for this family on The Weald along with another Alchorne family. Not sure if they are connected.
http://www.theweald.org/N10.asp?NId=10030081

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Herefordshire Lookup Requests / Ann Barr/Burr
« on: Sunday 11 February 18 03:59 GMT (UK)  »
Wonder if anyone can help with the baptism of Ann Barr/Burr. Wife of Sleap Dermer of Hitchin Hertfordshire married at Offley 1699. Ann was possibly born abt 1674. I have not managed to find any Barr's but wondering if she may have been Ann Burr. Her family may have been non-conformists. Any help would be appreciated.

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London & Middlesex Lookup Requests / Re: Linsell Family
« on: Thursday 30 November 17 18:34 GMT (UK)  »
Does anyone know of any published Bloomsbury parish BDM other than Ancestry or Findmypast? As I would like to trace this family further.

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