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Elizabeth Marshal (Bingham)

Birthplace: Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Death: circa 1441 (23-40)
Clapham, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Place of Burial: Clapham, North Yorkshire, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Ralph "Rafe" Bingham and Elizabeth Bingham
Wife of John Of Carlton Marshall
Mother of Agnes Marshall and Rauffe Marshall

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About Elizabeth Marshal

  • The visitations of the county of Nottingham in the years 1569 and 1614 : with many other descents of the same county (1871)
  • https://archive.org/details/visitationscoun03britgoog
  • https://archive.org/stream/visitationscoun03britgoog#page/n179/mode...
  • Pg.166
    • Marshall. Pg.166-167
  • John Marshall = ; ch: Roger Marshall
    • Roger Marshall = ; ch: William (m. Agnes Browne) Marshall.
      • William Marshall = Agnes d. & heire of Robert Browne ; ch: John (m. Ellen Thorpe) Marshall.
        • John Marshall = Ellen d. of Adam Thorpe of . . . in Com. Nottingham ; ch: William (m. Catherin Leeke), (Pg.167 John (m. . . . . Assaby), Stephen, Edmond (m. . . . Dallisonn) Marshall.
          • William Marshall of Aslerton (Carleton Harl. 1400) in Com. Nottingham = Catherin d. of Thomas Leeke ; ch: John (m. Elizebeth Bingham), Richard, Thomas, Robert, Joane Marshall
            • Richard
            • Thomas
            • Robert
            • Joane
            • John Marshall of Carlton in Com. Nottingham = Elizebeth d. of Raffe Bingham of Bingham ; ch: Raffe (m. Catherin Nevell), Richard, Agnes (m. Lawrance Hatfeld), Elizebeth (m. John Burton), Ellenor (m. Thomas White) Marshall
              • Richard
              • Agnes ux. Lawrence Hatfeld
              • Elizebeth ux. John Burton
              • Ellenor ux. Thomas White
              • Raffe Marshall of Carlton = Catherin d. of Thomas Nevell of Rolston ; ch: Thomas (m. Anne Muston), Richard, Issabell (m. Thomas Hunt), Elizebeth (m. James Ward), Agnes (m. Thomas Ellis), Allice (m. Andrew Garnon) Marshall
                • Richard
                • Issabell ux. Thomas Hunt of Normanton
                • Elizebeth ux. James Ward
                • Agnes ux. Thomas Ellis
                • Allice ux. Andrew Garnon
                • Thomas Marshall of Carlton = Anne d. & heire of William Muston of Callis ; ch: (Pg.167 John (m. Anne Cave) Marshall
                  • https://archive.org/stream/visitationscoun03britgoog#page/n180/mode...
                  • Pg.167
                  • John Marshall of Carlton = Anne d. & heire of Henery Cave of Cold Ashby in Com. Northampton ; ch: William, Raffe, John, Frauncis, Dorathey, Catherin, Humfrey (Henrey) (m. Maude Scrimshire) Marshall
                    • William Marshall
                    • Raffe Marshall
                    • John Marshall
                    • Frauncis
                    • Dorathey
                    • Catherin
                    • Humfrey Marshall (Henrey Harl. 1400) = Maude d. & heire of William Scrimshire ; ch: Raffe, William, Henery, Elizebeth Marshall
          • John Marshall = . . . d. of . . . Assaby ; ch: Thomas, Francis, Henery Marshall
          • Stephen Marshall
          • Edmond Marshall = . . . d. of . . . Dallisonn ; ch: Richard, Susan Marshall
  • .... etc. _____________________________________
  • Miscellanea Marescalliana : being genealogical notes on the surname of Marshall (1883) Vol. II.
  • https://archive.org/details/miscellaneamares02mars
  • https://archive.org/stream/miscellaneamares02mars#page/n25/mode/1up
    • PEDIGREE OF MARSHALL. Pg.16 - 17
  • William Marshall of Carleton in co Nottingham. (Said to have died s.p. Harl. MS. 1484, fo. 17) = Katherine, dau. of Thomas Leeke. ; ch: John (m. Elizabeth Bingham), Thomas (m. Margaret Hartley), Robert, Joane Marshall
    • John Marshall, married Elizabeth daughter of Ralph Bingham. ; had issue.
    • Robert Marshall.
    • Joane.
    • Thomas Marshall of Steventon in co. Linc. (? Stainton in parish of Urswick, co. Lanc.). See Vincent MS. in Coll. Arms, No. 122, fo. 132. = Margaret, dau'r of Thomas Hartley of Adgarley in co. Lanc. ; ch: William (m. Isabell Penyngton) Marshall
      • William Marshall of Urswick in co. Lanc. = Isabell, da, of Robert Penyngton of Lanreghod (Langroyd) in co. Lanc. ; William (m. Alice King), Christopher (m. Eleanor Gillman), Agnes (m. Leonard Gardiner), Margaret (m. John Toenson), Thomas (m. ?) Marshall
        • William Marshall of Much Hadham, co. Hertford, Kenwick in the parish of Tilney, co. Norfolk, and Lambeth, co. Surrey. Will(1) dated 1 July 1579, proved in P.C.C. 20 January following (Arundell, 2) See Morant's 'Essex,' 2nd edition, vol. ii. p. 172, = Alice, dau'r of John King of co. Suffolk. Mentioned in her husband's will 1579. Mar. 2ndly Sir Richard Gibson of London.
        • Christopher Marshall, citizen of London. Mentioned in will of his brother William Marshall 1579. = Eleanor dau'r of Samuel Gillman. Mentioned in will of William Marshall 1579. Buried at New Windsor. (M.I. Ashmole's Berks, iii, 91).
        • Agnes, mentioned in will of her brother William Marshall 1579. Mar. Leonard Gardiner.
        • Margaret, mentioned in will of her brother William Marshall 1579. Mar. John Toenson of Olverston in co. Lanc.
        • Thomas Marshall of Littlebury, co. Essex (? of Salesbury, Lanc., see Harl. MS. 1504, fo. 48). Mentioned in will of his brother William Marshall 1579. = His wife, mentioned in will of Will'm Marshall, 1579. ; ch: Thomas (d.1596), Mary (m. Hierome Quartermaine & John Bradford), Elizabeth Marshall, (Pg.17 Christopher (m. Anne Slade), John (m. ?) Marshall.)
          • Thomas Marshall of Much Hadham. Mentioned in will of his uncle William Marshall 1579. Will(2) dated 11 and adm'on 23 Feb. 1596 in P.C.C. (Cobham 14).
          • Mary, m. at Blewbury 21 Oct. 1558 to Hierome Quartermaine. Mentioned in will of her uncle William Marshall 1579, and in will of her brother Thomas Marshall 1596. Mar. 2ndly John Bradford, clerk.
          • Elizabeth, mentioned in will of her uncle William Marshall 1579, and in will of her brother Thomas Marshall 1596.
          • https://archive.org/stream/miscellaneamares02mars#page/n26/mode/1up
          • John Marshall of Much Hadham and Blewbury. Mentioned in will of his uncle William Marshall 1579. Adm'or to his brother Thomas Marshall 1596. Adm'on in P.C.C. 26 June, 1629 to his sister Mary Bradford, wife of John Bradford, clerk. = ; ch: Henry (m. Merialle _) Marshall.
            • Henry Marshall, mentioned in will of William Marshall 1631. = Merialle, buried at Bosbury, 1 April 1611. ; ch: Edmund (d.1612) Marshall
              • Edmund,(5) born 11 and bapt. 24 March, 1611 at Bosbury. Buried there 14 Jan. 1612.
          • Christopher Marshall of Blewbury, co. Berks. Proved will of his uncle William Marshall 1579-80. Adm'on in P.C.C. 21 Nov. 1593, and again 1601-2 to Thomas Blunte of Blewbury, Anne Marshall alias Blunte, who administered in 1593 being deceased. = Anne, dau. of . . . Slade. Administratrix to her husband 1593. Then described as Anne Blount alias Marshall. ; ch: Edmond (m. Dorothy Goddard), William (m. Margery Windlow) Marshall
            • Edmond Marshall of Bosbury, co. Hereford, Bur. at Blewbury March 21, 1615. Will(4) undated, proved in P.C.C. 14 June 1616. (Cope 60). Mentioned as deceased in will of brother William Marshall 1631. = Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Goddard of . . . , co. Wilts. Proved her husband's will 1616. Married 2ndly at Bosbury, Dec. 19, 1620, to Philip Winston of Stoke Lacy, co Hereford. ; ch: William (d.bef.1615), Thomas (d.1615), Dorothy (m. Thomas Blackwall), Anne (m. William Bridges), Elizabeth, Catherine (m. William Cartwright) Marshall
              • William Marshall, bapt. at Blewbury 22 Oct. 1609. Died before 1615.
              • Thomas Marshall, bapt. at Bosbury 12 and buried there 25 Sept. 1615.
              • Dorothy, married at Bosbury to (Sir) Thomas Blackwall 7 Dec. 1625.(7) Mentioned in will of her uncle William Marshall 1631. See 'Reliquary, vol. vii, p. 20 : "Genealogist," vol. vii, p. 144.
              • Anne, married at Stoke Lacy 3 Oct. 1628 to William Bridges(8) (Bosbury Par. Reg.). Both mentioned in will of her uncle William Marshall 1631. See 'Landed Gentry', 2nd edn., p. 1524.
              • Elizabeth, mentioned in will of her uncle William Marshall 1631.
              • Catherine, mentioned in will of her uncle William Marshall 1631. mar. 26 May, 1634, to William Cartwright of Ossington, who was aged 54, 26 Aug. 1662, when he entered his pedigree in Visitation of Notts. College of Arms, MS C. 34, fo. 25b.
            • William Marshall of Blewbury bapt. there 20 Dec. 1590. Mentioned in will of his brother Edmond Marshall. "Entered as heir male by reason of the state of entail of his uncle William," in Visitation of Berks, 1623. Then living in Old Windsor, co. Berks. (College of Arms MS., C 18, 139b). Buried at Blewbury 26 July 1632. Will(3) dated 8 June, 1631, 2nd codicil dated 3 July, 1632, proved in P.C.C. 14 May 1633. (Russell 39). Inq. p.m. dated 22 Feb., 8 Car. I, 1633. (Cole's 'Escheats', vol. iii, p. 152. = Margery, dau. of Richard Windlow of Chinnor, co. Oxford, mentioned in her husband's will 1631. ; ch: William (d.1620), Margery b.c.1620 Marshall
            • William Marshall, buried at Blewbury 27 Dec. 1620.
            • Margery, mentioned in her father's will 1631. Called dau. and heir, aged 12, 16 Jan. 1632, in her father's Inq. p.m.
  • https://archive.org/stream/miscellaneamares02mars#page/91/mode/1up
  • Derby and Notts. M.P. Vis I., fo. 58; EDN. 10, fo. 64. (Visitation of Lincolnshire, 1592, signed "Thomas Marshall," "Richard Marschall.") The portions printed in italics are from the latter MS. Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire, Vol. iii., p. 151.
  • Will'm Marshall of Carleton, Co. Nott. (1) = Katherin d. to Thomas Leeke. ; ch: John (m. Eliz. Bingham), Thomas, Robert, Jone Marshall.
    • John Marshall. = Eliz. d. to Raufe Bingham. ; ch: Rauffe (m. Katherin Neville), Richard, Agnes (m. Laurence Hatfeilde), Eliz. (m. Jo. Burton), Elline (m. Thomas White) Marshall
      • Rauffe Marshall of South Carlton in the par. of South Muskham. Died 20 Sept., 1505. Inq. p.m. dated 16 Nov., 1505. = Katherin d. to Tho. Neville of Rowleston. ; ch: Thomas (m. Ann Hunston or Agnes Muston), Richard (m. Catherine Staunton), Agnes (m. Thomas Ellis), Elizabeth (m. James Ward), Isabell (m. Thomas Huett or Hunt), Alice (m. Andrew Garnon) Marshall
        • Richard Marshall. ? Mar. Catherine dau. of Anthony Staunton. See Coll. of Arms MS., C. 34. Thoroton's Notts., Vol. i., p. 316.
        • Agnes wife to Thomas Ellis of Swineshead and Great Ponton, Co. Linc. He died 28 April, 1545. Inq. p.m. = ; had issue
        • Elizabeth wife to James Ward.
        • Isabell wife to Thomas Huett. Should be "Hunt." Harleian Soc. Vol. iv., p. 167. = ; had issue
        • Alice wife to Andrew Garnon. Harleian Soc. Vol. iv., p. 135. = ; had issue
        • Thomas Marshall of South Carleton. AGed 40 at date of his father's Inq. p.m. Died 22 Jan., 1523-4. Inq. p.m. dated 16 Sept., 1524. = Ann d. & heire to Willm Hunston of Calles. Should be Agnes d. and h. of William Muston of Calais. ; ch: John (m. Ann Cave), John(3) (2nd son) Marshall.
          • John Marshall of South Carlton, Merchant of the Staple of Calais. Aged 25 at the date of his father's Inq. p.m. Party to an indenture dated 9 Jan., 1544. Claimed part of the Mano of South Muskham, 34 Henry VIII., 1542-3, and 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, 1557-8. Purchased half the Manor of South Muskham of Sir Wm. Paulett, Knt., Lord St John. (2) = Ann d. to Henry Cave. Living 22 July, 1544. ; ch: 1 Will'm (d.bef.1562), 2 Henry (m. Mawde Scrimser), 3 Raufe Marshall, (Pg.92 4 John (m. . . . Athelstan), 5 Francis (d.1606), Dorothy, Katherin (? m. . . . Mering) Marshall)
            • 1 Will'm Marshall. Died s.p. before 1562.
            • 3 Raufe Marshall. Had lease of a farm from his brother Henry, 1578, then of South Muskham. Ment'd in will of his brother, John Marshall, 1582. Proved will of his brother, Francis Marshall, 1606. Buried at South Muskham, 7 Dec., 1610, Will dated 4 Dec., 1610, pro. in Peculiar Court of Southwell, 7 May, 1611. = ; ch: Robert, Anne (m. . . . Askew), Mary Marshall
              • Robert Marshall. Ment'd in will of Francis Marshall, 1606; and in his father's will, 1610.
              • Anne. Ment'd in will of Francis Marshall, 1606; and in her father's will, 1610. Mar. . . . . Askew.
              • Mary. Called "the elder" in will of Francis Marshall, 1606, Ment'd in her father's will, 1610.
            • 2. Henry Marshall of South Carlton, Esq. Claimed part of the Manor of South Muskham, 2 Eliz., 1559-60. had grant of a crest, 1 June, 1562. Ment'd in will of his brother, John Marshall, 1582. In parts beyond the seas, 14 July, 1596. Party to an indenture dated 9 Nov., 1598. = Mawde, d. and heir of Will'm Scrimser, son of Rich. son of Tho. son of Will'm son of Geoffry, which Geffrey mar. the d. & heire to . . . Muschampe, by Eliza. d. & co-heir to Nicho. Midleton. ; ch: (Pg.92 Raph (m. Frances Markham), William, Henry, Elizabeth, Anne (m. Robert Oglethorpe) Marshall
              • https://archive.org/stream/miscellaneamares02mars#page/92/mode/1up
              • William Marshall. Ment'd in will of John Marshall, 1582.
              • Henry Marshall.
              • Elizabeth.
              • Anne. Mar. at South Muskham, 22 Jan., 1593-4, to Robert Oglethorpe, of Bramham, Co. York (5)
              • Raph Marshall, merchant of the Staple of Lincoln, and of Muskham and Carlton. Ment'd in will of John Marshall, 1582. Party to indentures dated 14 July, 1596, and 9 Nov., 1598. Buried at Shelton, Co. Nottingham, 10 Dec., 1617. (4) = Frances, dau'r of Robert markham. Mrriage articles dated 23 Dec., 1591. Ment'd in indenture dated 14 July, 1596. Buried at South Muskham, 19 April, 1612. Genealogist, Vol. iv., p. 252. ; ch: Ralph (m. Katherine Breedon), William (bapt.1593), Robert (bapt.1599), Frances (bapt.1591), Frances (bapt.1592), Margaret (bapt.1594), Alice (bapt.1595), Bridgit (bapt.1597) Marshall
                • Ralph Marshall, Bapt. at South Muskham, 1 Oct. 1590. Bur. at Shelton, 17 Marsh, 1636-7. = Katherine, dau'r of . . . . Breedon. Mar. at Shelton, 24 Jan., 1633. ? assessed to Subsidy in 1642. Pub. Rec. Office, Subsidy, Notts., 160/303
                • William Marshall. Bapt. at South Muskham, 3 Nov., 1593.
                • Robert Marshall. Bapt. at Newark, 11 Oct., 1599.
                • Frances. (6) Bapt. at South Muskham, 15 Sept., 1591.
                • Frances. (6) Bapt. at South Muskham, 8 August, 1592.
                • Margaret. Bapt. at South Muskham, 15 Dec., 1594.
                • Alice. Bapt. at South Muskham, 19 Dec. 1595.
                • Bridgit. Bapt. at South Muskham, 26 March, 1597.
            • 4 John Marshall of South Carlton. Will dated 13 Nov., 1582, pro. in Peculiar Court of Southwell, 28 May, 1583. = . . . dau'r of Richard Athelstan, Proved her husband's will, 1583. ; ch: Henry, Ellinor Marshall
              • Henry Marshall, Ment'd in his father's will, 1582 then under age.
              • Ellinor. Ment'd in her father's will, 1582.
            • 5 Francis Marshall of North Muskham. Ment'd in will of his brother, John Marshall, 1582. Will dated 27 April, 1606, proved in Peculiar Court of Southwell, 22 Oct. following.
            • Dorothy
            • Katherin. (? Wife of . . . . Mering.) _____________________
  • The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 216
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=Z-oIAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA784&lpg=PA784&d...
  • Pg.781
  • Sir William Marshall was succeeded by his son and heir, John Marshall, who married a daughter of William Harding, Esq., and by her left a son William (Rich. II., 1398), who married a daughter of Anthony Harrington, Esq. The issue of this marriage was John Marshall, -----(*) to King Henry V. He married Mary, dau. of Edmund Lamplugh, Esq., of Northumberland, and had issue, ---
    • 1. William, 2. John.
  • William is called by Holme "Lord of Empringham, 1418." He married Katherine Tamworth, and had William.
  • This William married Maud, eldest dau. and co-h. of William Brus (or Bruse), Esq., son of William Brus (great-grandson of Sir Adam Bruse, and Margaret his wife, dau. and heir of Walter
  • Pg.782
  • Hawyke. Sir Adam Bruse had "lands in Pickering, Newton, and Thornton," which through the marriage with the co-heiress of his descendant passed into the family of Marshall of Pickering, in Yorkshire. Robert Marshall, called in some MSS. "William," son of William and Maud, was twice married, first to Agnes, dau. and heir of John(b) son of John Brown, of Hull, by whom he had issue, --
  • John, of whom presently.
  • second, to Anne, dau. of -- Bulmer, by whom he had issue Robert Marshall of Tadcaster, married to --, dau. of Thomas Laycock, of Tadcaster. The issue of this marriage was Robert, married to Anne, dau. of John Hudleston, by whom he had George, who married Mary, dau. of Robert Ward, alias Robinson, and had Sir George Marshall, Knt.(c) equerry to King James I., sometime of Cole Park, Wiltshire (Harl. MSS., 1487). he was buried at Putney, July 27. 1636 (Lysons' "Environs of London," vol. iv. p. 607), and married Cysceley(d), dau. of Sir Owen Hopton, Knt.: she died April 23, 1625. The issue of this marriage was
    • Anne, sole dau. and heir, mar. Marmaduke Marshall, of Morton-upon-Swale, Yorkshire, Gentleman Sewer to the Duke of Lennox, 1639. They had issue Ann and three others.
  • One dau. mar. Thomas Pennington, another Nicholas Baxter. Marmaduke Marshall was the son of John Marshall, and a dau. of Marmaduke Wilson of Tanfield, Yorkshire, son of John Marshall, of Morton-upon-Swale, and a dau. of Fox of Clyff, in com. Ebor.
  • John Marshall (son of Robert alias William), of Pickering, married twice, first to Ellen, dau. of Adam Thorpe, of Nottingham, by whom he had--
  • 1. William of Carlton, Nottinghamshire, of whom presently.
  • And secondly ---, dau. of Richard Kempe; issue,--
    • 2. John, called in some MSS. Richard, living 1563, mar. Agnes, dau. of James Aslaby, of Aslaby, and had
      • Thomas (living unm. 1584), mar. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Norton, and left issue Marmaduke and Thomas.
      • Francis, of Standingholme, Yorkshire, lliving 1584, mar. --, dau. of Oliver Ryther, of Lincolnshire.
      • Henry, mar. Ursula, dau. of Christopher Thrope, of Thorpe, and had Francis, aged one year, 1584.
      • Margaret, mar. to Richard Ledgeard, and issue(e).
    • 3. Stephen.
    • 4. Edmond, living 1563, mar, Jane, dau. of William Daliston, of Laghton, Lincolnshire, and had
      • Roger, called in some MSS. Thomas, of Aislaby Grange, Yorkshire, mar. a dau. of Thomas Curtes, of Clee. A pedigree of his descendants will be found in Dugdale's "Visitation of Yorkshire," printed by the Surtees Society, 1859, p. 316.
      • Susanna, mar. William Baxter, of Normanby.
    • 5. Ann, mar. -- Catherall.
  • William Marshall of Calton, Nottinghamshire, is described by Morant as of Somercotes, Lincolnshire, returned one of the genty of that county 1433. He married Katherine, dau. to Thomas Leeke, and by her had, --
    • John, of Carlton.
    • Richard(f).
    • Thomas.
    • Robert.
    • Joan.
  • John Marshall, of Calton, is called by Thoroton William. He mar. Eliza-
  • Pg.783
  • beth, dau. of Rauffe Bingham, of Bingham, called Alice by Thoroton, and had
    • Rauffe, of Carlton.
    • Richard.
    • Agnes (Isabel in Thoroton), wife of Lawrence Hatfield temp. Rich. III.
    • Elizabeth, wife of John Brereton, or Burton.
    • Elenor, wife of Thomas White.
  • Rauffe Marshall, of Carlton, married Catherine, dau. of Thomas Nevill, of Rowleston and had .... et. ___________________________________
  • 5. Adam de Thorp. Married, before 1372, Katherine _______. 'Thos. Symound, vicar of Thorp, John de Fenton, chaplain; to Adam, son of Wm. de Thorp, and wife Katherine, in tail manor of Thorpe and appurtenances there and in Stoke, Eyleston and Newerk.'[K] 'Adam de Thorp to make sufficient estate to Henry Lescropp of lands in Yorks which belonged to Wm. Lescropp. Henry Lescropp to make estate for life to Adam of £22 p.a. land and rent in Muskham and Carleton. Given at York, 4 March' 46 Edw III (1372) [L]. Possibly the same Adam de Thorp shown on a 1379 Subsidy Roll for the Yorkshire parish of Ripon: 'MARKETTESTEED IN RYPON: Adam de Thorp & vxor ejus iiij.d.'[M] Dead by 1400; Katherine ______ was living in 1400. 'Katherine widow of Adam Thorp to Hugh de Thorp her son, manor etc. as above'.[N]
  • 6. Ellen Thorp, who married John Marshall.[O]
  • 7. William Marshall of Carleton, Notts., who married Catherine Leeke[P]
  • 8. John Marshall of Carleton, who married Elizabeth Bingham.[Q]
  • 9. Agnes Marshall, who married Lawrence Hatfield[R] (fl. 1456) [S]
  • 10.Agnes Hatfield, who married Thomas Cranmer of Aslacton [T]
  • 11.Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, Archdeacon Edmund Cranmer, & others. [U]
  • Since the Visitations state that the grandson of Adam Thorp is stated to have married a Leek, it may also be noteworthy that the document referenced in 1372 [K] and another grant made by Adam's son in 1401 [V] were witnessed by Simon de Leek and Sir John Leek respectively. The documents mentioning Adam de Thorp associate him with Carleton and Muskham, precisely the places that the visitations mention in connection with the Marshall family. (This Marshall family's origins are another matter. Their pedigree displays an apparently flawed descent from the Brus family, though the Bruse [sic] quarter of their arms is in fact suggestive of a younger son's differenced coat.)
  • Sources:
  • [A] DD/FJ/1/36/2 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [B] DD/FJ/1/36/3 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [C] DD/FJ/1/22/5 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [D] DD/FJ/1/36/4 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [E] DDCC/111/6 (East Riding of Yorkshire Archives and Records Service)
  • [F] SpSt/4/11/119/3 (West Yorkshire Archive Service, Bradford)
  • [G] C 143/286/8 (National Archives, Kew)
  • [H] C 143/225/21 (National Archives, Kew)
  • [I] DD/FJ/1/36/5 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [J] C 143/298/12 (National Archives, Kew)
  • [K] DD/FJ/1/36/6 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [L] DD/FJ/1/21/1 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [M] www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/ YKS/Misc/SubsidyRolls/WRY/Ripon.html
  • [N] DD/FJ/1/36/7 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • [O] Marshall Pedigree, Visitations of Nottingham 1569 & 1614, P. 166
  • [P] Marshall Pedigree, Visitations of Nottingham 1569 & 1614, P. 166
  • [Q] Marshall Pedigree, Visitations of Nottingham 1569 & 1614, P. 166
  • [R] Marshall Pedigree, Visitations of Nottingham 1569 & 1614, P. 166
  • [S] 'Norwell', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 35 (1930);
  • Published online at
  • http://www.nottshistory.org.uk/articles/blagg1930/norwell1.htm
  • [T] Cranmer Pedigree, Visitations of Nottingham 1569 & 1614, P. 70
  • [U] Cranmer Pedigree, Visitations of Nottingham 1569 & 1614, P. 71
  • [V] DD/FJ/1/36/9 (Nottinghamshire Archives)
  • From: http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Soc/soc.genealogy.medieval/... _____________________________
  • Elizabeth Bingham1
  • F, #144556, b. circa 1410, d. circa 1457
  • Father Ralph Bingham1 b. c 1385
  • Elizabeth Bingham was born circa 1410 at of Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England.1 She married John Marshall, son of William Marshall and Catherine Leeke, circa 1430 at England.1 Elizabeth Bingham died circa 1457 at of Derbyshire, England.1
  • Family John Marshall b. c 1410, d. c 1460
  • Child
    • Elizabeth Marshall+1 b. c 1431, d. 20 Oct 1490
  • Citations
  • 1.[S11597] Ancestry.com, Robert Taylor Family Tree.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p4814.htm#... _________________________
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Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England
Carlton, Newark-upon-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England (United Kingdom)
Age 32
Clapham, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Clapham, North Yorkshire, England (United Kingdom)