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Nicholas de Lewknor MP (c.1211 - c.1268)

He was Lord of Rayne, and Keeper of the Wardrobe of King Henry III. The Lewknor family takes its name from the hundred of the same name in Oxford. Arms of Lewknor: Azure three chevrons Argent.

Richard de Lewknor MP (c.1440 - c.1476)

Roger de Lewknor, Sheriff of Sussex MP (1304 - 1363)

He was Knight of the Shire (1336), and Sheriff of Sussex (1341, 1347, 1356, 1358). He seems to have been a retainer of the de Clare family. He held the manors of Horsted Keynes and Selmeston (Sussex), ...

Roger de Lewknor MP (c.1243 - 1294)

He was Lord of Selmeston, Itford and Horsted Keynes, and Sheriff of Surrey (1284).

Sir Roger de Lewknor, of Horsted Keynes MP (c.1369 - 1405)

He was Knight of the Shire (Member of Parliament, 4th Hen IV). Collections for a history of Staffordshire, Volume 2 By Staffordshire Record Society

Sir Thomas de Lewknor, of Horsted Keynes MP (c.1392 - 1452)

He was Knight of the Shire (Member of the House of Commons). A Lancastrian, he was attainted under Richard III. Sir Thomas Lewknor was born circa 1392.1 He married Phillippe Dallingridge, daughter ...

Sir Thomas de Lewknor, Knight MP (c.1341 - 1375)

Thomas de Lewknor MP (c.1270 - 1337)

Alice de Lewknor (c.1445 - c.1471)

Edward de Lewknor (c.1465 - 1522)

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...

Isabel de Lewknor (deceased)

Joane de Lewknor (c.1462 - d.)

John de Lewknor (1370 - 1409)

John de Lewknor (deceased)

Lucy de Lewknor (de Ardenne) (deceased)

Margaret de Lewknor (NN) (1469 - d.)

Margaret de Lewknor (1432 - 1469)

Sir Nicholas de Lewknor (b. - 1268)

Nicholas De Lewknor (c.1179 - 1267)

Nicholas de Lewknor (c.1430 - 1473)

Pernal de Lewknor (deceased)

Richard de Lewknor (c.1350 - d.)

Richard de Lewknor, Sir (c.1362 - d.)

Roger de Lewknor, Sir (c.1414 - 1478)

Sybille de Lewknor (c.1275 - c.1350)

Thomas de Lewknor, II (deceased)