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Ancestors of Nancy Ann NORMAN

Twentieth Generation


594944. Henry MINER Jr. was born in England. He died in England. Henry married Henrietta HICKS. [Parents]

Miner Family by Sellect, page 1.
    Henry married one Henreta Hicks, daughter to Edward Hicks of Clocester, of whom, as appears by the paling of their armes, are the Hicks of Beverston Castle in Glocester descended and had issue William and Henry...

594945. Henrietta HICKS was born in England. She died in England. [Parents]

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597976. Sir Thomas GIFFARD was born 1408 in Fringford, Oxford, England. He died 29 May 1469 in Twyford, Buckingham, England. Thomas married Eleanor VAUX before 1431 in Fringford, Oxford, England. [Parents]

Known as Sir Thomas Giffard, a Knight.

597977. Eleanor VAUX was born in Fringford, Oxford, England. She died in Twyford, Buckingham, England. [Parents]

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597978. Thomas WINSLOW married Agnes THROCKMORTON.

597979. Agnes THROCKMORTON. [Parents]

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597982. John DANVERS married Joan BRULEY.

597983. Joan BRULEY. [Parents]

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612352. John BILLING was born in Rowell, England. He died in England.

GENEALOGY OF WILLIAM BILLINGS, by Frank Billings, page 44.
    John, of Rowell, who was patron of the Church of Colly-Weston and also had lands in Rushden. He was the father of two sons, Thomas and John, the latter of whom died on the 19th of March, 1478, and was buried in Woodford Church.

The BILLINGS FAMILY IN ENGLAND.
    The Family of Billings derives its name from its ancient inheritance, Billing, a place of very remote antiquity plkeasantly situated about four miles from the borough of Northampton, in the county of Northampton, EN. In this and neighboring places the family resided several hurnder years.
    The word "Billing" is Saxon and means a "place by the meadow." It was originally written "de Billing". In the Domesday Book it is "Bellinge."
    The earliest notice of the family of Billings is found in ancient records of the time of Henry III, when in the sixth year of his reign (A.D. 1221) a fine was levied between Sarah, the daughter of Warine Falconer, demandant, and Henry de Billing and Wiman his wife, deforciants, of a moiety of three virgates of land in Rushden, Northamptonshire, to the use of the said Henry de Billing. By the inquistion taken in the same reign, Henry de Billing was ceertified to hold a sixth of one night's fee in Rushden, of William, Earl Ferrars, of the honor of Peveral.
    From this time for about two centuries there is no trace of the family until we find:

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612354. Roger GIFFORD married Miss.

612355. Miss.

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830208. William SCOTT. [Parents]

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970244. Sir William GAMAGE married Mary RODBURG. [Parents]

THE WIGHTMAN HERITAGE, by Wade C. Wightman, Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD. 1990. page 492.
    Sir William Gamage married Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Rodburg.

970245. Mary RODBURG. [Parents]

THE WIGHTMAN HERITAGE, by Wade C. Wightman, Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD. 1990. page 492.
    Sir William Gamage married Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Rodburg.

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970246. Sir John DENNIS married Miss.

THE WIGHTMAN HERITAGE, by Wade C. Wightman, Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD. 1990. page 492.
    Sir Thomas Gamage married Matilda, daughter of Sir John Dennis.

970247. Miss.

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1029184. Mr. COOKE was born about 1365.

  Source: A Witter Family History.
  Witter Family: _______ Cooke [probably alias Carew]. He had sons Thomas,
William and John.

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1035776. William HASSARD married Hawissa on 1270 in England. [Parents]

1035777. Hawissa.

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