Ancestors of Adam and Emma Jackson


Sir John GYNEY [Parents]-G2208. John married Alice.

Alice.


Sir Robert de INGLOSE [Parents]-I2301 # died in From 1337 to 1363. Robert married Joan.

Joan died after 1363. Joan married Sir Robert de INGLOSE-I2301 #.

They had the following children.

  M i Sir John de INGLOSE-I2201 # died in 1368.

John de INGLOSE-I2401 # died after 1312.

He had the following children.

  M i Sir Robert de INGLOSE-I2301 # died in From 1337 to 1363.

Sir Thomas MORTIMER 1-M2302 was born in of Attleborough, Norfolk. Thomas married Mary PARKE-P2301 #.

Mary PARKE [Parents] 1-P2301 # was born in 1350 in of Attleborough, Norfolk. She died on 2 May 1406. Mary married Sir Thomas MORTIMER-M2302.

Other marriages:
FASTOLF, John


Nicholas PARKE 1-P2402 was born in of Attleborough, Norfolk.

He had the following children.

  F i Mary PARKE-P2301 # was born in 1350. She died on 2 May 1406.

Sir Roger de GYNEY [Parents]-G2404 # was born 1 before 1265. He died in From 1329 to 1333. Roger married Margery PECHE-P2403 #.

In 1285, Roger son of William de Gyney, and Margaret his wife, released all their rights here (Manor of Boton) to Richard de Skeyton.
[Francis Blomefield.  An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 3 Page 604]

Roger, 2nd son of William de Gyney, who in the 10th of Edward I ( (1281/2), then a knight, was summoned to attend that King in his expedition into Wales.
He was living in the 3rd of Edward III (1329/30) and Margery his widow in the 7th of that King (1333/4), settled by fine, on Thomas their son, a mill, with rents in these towns, and 4/. 2s. rents per ann. This Thomas married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Mortimer; in 1378, she made her testament, which was proved October 24, 1378, and desires to be buried in the church of Sir Nicholas of Brandeston, near to her husband, and appoints her son, Sir John Gyney, executor.
[Francis Blomefield.  An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 8 Page 196]

Margery PECHE [Parents]-P2403 # died after 1332. Margery married Sir Roger de GYNEY-G2404 #.

Sometimes recorded as Margery

They had the following children.

  M i Sir Thomas GYNEY-G2307 # died after 1383.

William de GYNEY 1-G2512 #.

He had the following children.

  M i Sir Roger de GYNEY-G2404 # was born before 1265. He died in From 1329 to 1333.

William PECHE [Parents]-P2501 # died after 1307.

The family of Peche had an interest in this town (Guton), and Sir Andrew de Helion, of Bumpstead, in Essex, certified the venerable barons of the Exchequer, on the marriage of the King's sister, to the Emperour Germany, about 1234, that Symon Peche held 3 parts of a fee of him, in Gukenton, Norfolk. William Peche, son of Simon, was living in the reign of Edward I (1272-1307); his daughter and heir brought it by marriage to Roger, 2nd son of William de Gyney, who in the 10th of that King (1281/2), then a knight, was summoned to attend that King in his expedition into Wales.
[Francis Blomefield.  An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 8 Page 196]

He had the following children.

  F i Margery PECHE-P2403 # died after 1332.

Simon PECHE-P2601 #.

He had the following children.

  M i William PECHE-P2501 # died after 1307.

William OLDRIN [Parents]-O0707 was born about May 1746 in Ubbeston, Suffolk. He was christened 1 on 23 May 1746 in Ubbeston, Suffolk. He died in Feb 1795 in Gedgrave, Suffolk. He was buried 2 on 13 Feb 1795 in Orford, Suffolk.

In the will of John OLDRIN (O0705), dated 4th September 1838, William is identified as John's late brother and described as 'of Gedrave'. John  leaves £19 -19s to each of William's children when they reach the age of 21 years.

He had the following children.

  M i James OLDRIN-O0613.

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