Geoffrey of Thame in com. Oxon, s/o §§Geoffrey Dormer & Alice ? [2nd wife].
3/9/1502, Geoffrey’s father died, his brother Peter the family heir.
1526, Geoffrey died.
(S) 1566 Visitation of County Oxford, 1871, P185.
· 1472, Sir John Arundell conveyed Kingsey manor, Buckingham, to John Henton and other feoffees for the use of Geoffrey Dormer of Thame.
· 1473, James Tyrell, son-in-law of John Arundel dispossed Geoffrey of Kingsey manor.
· 1502, Geoffrey recovered Kingsey manor on the execution of James Tyrell.
· Geoffrey’s [the father] Brass in Thame church showed 2 wives, 5 sons, and 8 daughters by the 1st, and 7 sons and 5 daughters by the 2nd. Geoffrey was a merchant of the Staple of Calais.
· Anthony Wood’s diaries describe the monument which shows the whole family in Dormer's aisle on the north side of Thame church – “Barons of Wing”.
Child of Geoffrey and Ursula:
i. Alice Dormer (16453), born ~1500 in England.