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Margery de Cralle (de Peplesham)

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Birthplace: Wartling, East Sussex, England
Death: Died in Wartling, Sussex, England
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Daughter of Symon de Peplesham and Joan Peplesham
Wife of Robert de Cralle and Sir William de Battisford, Kt.
Mother of Margaret alias Elizabeth Cheney; Margaret De Northwoode; Isabella Cralle; Richard Cralle; Thomas Cralle and 4 others
Sister of Joan Hurst

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PERSONS INVOLVED IN THE SALE OF KNELLE MANOR: BATESFORD

BATESFORD, BATELESFORD, BATTISFORD

1418, Jan. 27 William Batisford', clerk, and others v. William Butiller of Jatton and Margaret his wife - 5 messuages, 126 a of land in Querton and Ashford Boudlers. William and Margaret quitclaim to the plaintiffs for 40 marks silver (Kent FF).

Battisford - A place called Batesford (in Suffolk) is mentioned as early as mid 13th century in a feoffment charter (HD 1538/129/1), where seems to have existed a hospital. - The manor of Batisford (or Batsford) in Gloucester with its park appears in a document dated 1544 (DDCC/111/208). In Lincoln exists a Battesford c. 4 miles from Horncastle (Cartulary of Trentham Priory). Further lands called Battesford were situated in Pevensey, Hamsey and Nunningham Farm, Batsford farm in Dallington and Warbleton, Sussex. - (C47/7/5/14): Commission and inquisition as to the sewers on the sea coast between Batesford, Ashburnehamesmyll (mill in Ashburnham) and Godyngeshaven. Several documents show properties in Devon.

William (d. shortly before 22 Oct. 1389) and his wife Margaret Peblesham, widow of Robert Cralle, died on 21 Jan. 1406/7 (IPM), as Margery Batesford, widow of William Batesford) surviving him (see her homage). - The Visitation of Sussex shows a Margaret, daughter and heir of Simon Peplesham who held land in Ore in 1296, 1227 and 1332 (Subsidies). - A John Peplesham had paid taxes in Bexhill in 1296 and 1327. On 12 Nov. 1336 Simon and Richard Peplesham witnessed a grant by Alice de Penherst to Henry de Penherst, her son and his wife Katherine a moiety of the manor of Penherst etc. (ASH/4501/9). - Their ancestor had been Ralph who gave land to Robertsbridge (Charters). Hugh de Peplesham in the 12th C. held Crockham by finding a ship for the count of Eu and his countess in the case of a sea voyage (SAC V. 17) - Margaret brought William the reversion of the manor of Bucksteep, a water mill in Warbleton parish and large estates in Dallington, Wartling and other adjoining parishes (SAC V. IV and IPM Margaret). - 1405-6 Robert Oxenbregge and Ann his wife petition for land in Beckley, Guestling and Westfield including the homage of Margery Battesford (William's widow), Henry Gotele and others (FF) - 1 Oct. 1406 Order to the escheator of Sussex to take into the King's hand the lands of Margery, deceased, late the wife of William Batesford (IPM).

William and Margaret had 4 daughters.

Joan (d. 6 Aug. 1453) was first married to John Codyng (d.1379) and subsequently to William de Brenchesley (Brenchley) of Kent c.1382-3.

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Margery de Cralle's Timeline

1338
1338
Wartling, East Sussex, England
1355
1355
Age 17
Warbleton, Sussex, England
1363
1363
Age 25
Wartling, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
1365
1365
Age 27
Cralle Manor, Warbleton, Sussex, England
1366
1366
Age 28
Warbleton, Sussex, England, United Kingdom
1368
1368
Age 30
Warbleton, Sussex, England, United Kingdom
1370
1370
Age 32
Penhurst, Sussex, England, United Kingdom
1385
1385
Age 47
Cralle Manor, Warbleton, Sussex, England