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From: "Sutliff" <>
Subject: Re: de Hereford, of Wrestlingham, Beds & Lt Paxton, Hunts
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 20:22:02 -0700
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Is it Wrestlingham or Wrestlingworth? Did you get Manningham confused in
part with the name of the location or am I wrong?

HS

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> Ancestral to the Manningham family of Wrestlingham et al, and thus
> apparently to the St George family (and through them the Countess of
> Wessex, Dukes of Leinster etc) are the de Herefords.
>
> Herewith a stemma, based largely on VCH Beds Vol 2 pp 256-257 and Hunts
> Vol 3 p 333:
>
> [1. Elias Tailbois, presented the advowson of Wrestlingham, Beds, to
> Newnham Priory at the beginning of the 13th century (Harl MS 3656);
> dead by 1231; issue:]
>
> 2. Cicely Tailbois, daughter and heir; married Imbert de Hereford (Feet
> of Fine, Beds, 15 Henry III); of Wrestlingham, 1231; issue:
>
> 3. Robert de Hereford alias Luvet, granted (together with Roger le Mire
> and his wife Rose, and William Daules and his wife Juliana) a moiety of
> the manor of Little Paxton, Hunts, by Gilbert le Moyne, 1241 [Feet of
> Fine, Hunts, Case 92, file 7 #123]; held at least two of the three
> portions of the moiety by his death [IPM Henry VI file 82 #51]; dead by
> 1271; issue:
>
> 4. Roger de Hereford, a minor in 1271; issue:
>
> 5. Robert de Hereford alias de Tollesland, granted the moiety of Little
> Paxton by his father; inherited Wrestlingbury; living in 1316; married
> Juliana, daughter and eventual coheiress of Sir Adam de Crookdake;
> issue:
>
> 6. John de Hereford, inherited Little Paxton, 1322; died 1341; issue:
>
> 7a. Regeinald de Hereford, a minor in 1342; died without issue
>
> 7b. Eleanor de Hereford, heiress to her brother; died 1407; married
> firstly John Raghton; married secondly John Brown. Issue:
>
> 8a. (by first marriage) Oliver Raghton, dead by 1407; issue:
>
> 9. John Raghton, heir to his paternal grandmother, 1407; died 1417; no
> issue
>
> 8b. (by second marriage) Katherine Brown, heir to her nephew, 1417;
> died 1437; married John Asplion - apparently not her only husband
> [Roskell]. Issue:
>
> 9. Katherine [?Asplion], married Thomas Manningham, MP - see recent
> post on Manningham
>
> MAR
>
>
>
> Arms: or, a chief indented azure charged with three annulets argent
>



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