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  • Richard de Lewknor, Sir (c.1362 - d.)
  • Margaret Lewknor (c.1373 - d.)
  • Eleanor de Lewknor (c.1394 - d.)
    CAREW1 Elizabeth CAREW Born: ABT 1372, Mallerforde, Buckinghamshire, England Died: 25 Sep 1410 Father: John CAREW Mother: Agnes MARTIN Married: Roger LEWKNOR (b. ABT 1369 - d. BEF 1405) ABT...
  • Sybil Scott, Heiress of the Barony of Bircholt (c.1463 - 1528)
    William Scott was the son of John Scott and Agnes Beaufitz, and was married to Sybilla Lewknor, the daughter of John Lewknor (killed at Battle of Tewkesbury) and Johanna Halsham. In her own right Syb...
  • Sir John Lewknor, of Goring (c.1395 - 1471)
    Driven to rebellion? Sir John Lewknor, dynastic loyalty and debt by Malcolm Mercer The events leading up to the death of Sir John Lewknor, fighting for the Lancastrians at the battle of Tewkesb...

The Lewknor family takes its name from the village of the same name in Oxfordshire. The village takes its name from from the Old English name of its owner Leofeca, recorded in a lawsuit in 990 CE. The first recorded bearer of family name was Geoffrey de Leweknore, who appears in 1273, in the "Hundred Rolls of Oxfordshire", during the reign of King Edward I.

The Lewknors of West Dean and Tangmere were prominent recusants. See Michael C. Questier, Catholicism and community in early modern England: politics, aristocratic patronage and religion, c. 1550-1640 (Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 44-45, 49, 58-59, 152, 153, 234, 260, 396.

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The goal of this project is to resolve duplicates, standardize naming conventions, and ensure the quality of the profiles pertaining to the Lewknor family, originally from the hundred of Lewknor in Oxford.

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