Re: Re: Wills of Kent and Croil wills
- From: Ye Old One <usenet@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 03 Jun 2006 01:01:10 GMT
On 2 Jun 2006 17:09:05 -0700, "Louise Staley" <caramut@xxxxxxxxxxx>
enriched this group when s/he wrote:
Ye Old One wrote:
Hi Louise, noting your interest in Echynham I thought you may like
this from the Patent Rolls:-
It starts at the very bottom of the first page and then continues at
the top of the second page.
Thanks Bob, for this family, everything is useful because there is so
much secondary material out there with no sources that every primary
mention of the Echynghams needs to be grasped with both hands. In this
case these extracts provide evidence that the wife of James Echyngham
was named Joan (possibly Dakeny) and that Sir William Echyngam was
Glad to help. Here are
Elizabeth complaining that lands had been seized by the king.
Richard nominating William as attorney along with Robert de Ore.
William deeding land to the church to enlarge graveyard.
Exemption for life from certain services.
There are lots of other references on the site. This link should take
you to the search results but watch the line wrap (if it does).