Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson

Source Citations


Sir Thomas MORTIMER

1General. [Francis Blomefield. "East Flegg hundred: Castor." An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 11 (1810): Page 206]
"John Fastolf, Esq. who married Mary, daughter of Nicholas Parke, Esq. relict of Sir Thomas Mortimer, son and heir of Sir Robert Mortimer of Attleburgh, who died before his father about the year 1386, leaving 3 daughters and coheirs.


Mary PARKE

1General. [Francis Blomefield. "East Flegg hundred: Castor." An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 11 (1810): Page 206]
"John Fastolf, Esq. who married Mary, daughter of Nicholas Parke, Esq. relict of Sir Thomas Mortimer, son and heir of Sir Robert Mortimer of Attleburgh, who died before his father about the year 1386, leaving 3 daughters and coheirs.


Nicholas PARKE

1General. [Francis Blomefield. "East Flegg hundred: Castor." An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 11 (1810): Page 206]
"John Fastolf, Esq. who married Mary, daughter of Nicholas Parke, Esq. relict of Sir Thomas Mortimer, son and heir of Sir Robert Mortimer of Attleburgh, who died before his father about the year 1386, leaving 3 daughters and coheirs.


Sir Roger de GYNEY

1General. In 1285, there is a record of him with his wife Margaret. So it seems reasonable to assume that he was born at least 20 years earlier, ie 1265.


William de GYNEY

1General. [Francis Blomefield.  An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 3 Page 604].


William OLDRIN

1International Genealogical Index (R), C133911 Extracted Record. Son of William OLDRING and Mary.

2Burial Details, Suffolk Burial Index (Release 13). William OLDRERIN, of Gedgrave buried 13 Feb 1795 at Orford, Suffolk.