Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Bond 118822

118822. Sir William Wroughton {Bond}

A History of the County of Somerset: Volume VI: Andersfield, Cannington, and North Petherton Hundreds (Bridgwater and Neighbouring Parishes) (Victoria County History)

The tomb of Sir William has a canopy and inscription in a fine strapwork cartouche, and is located at the Wiltshire, Bradford-on-Avon, Holy Trinity Church.

Family notes:
• William Wroughton, married to Margaret Bawdrip, heir to the manor of Bawdrip, died in 1408 and his widow married John Blacket who held her estate after her death c. 1421. William's son John (d. 1429) left the manor to his brothers William and Edward Wroughton during his son John's minority. John (d. 1496) left a son Christopher (d. 1515) who was succeeded by his grandson (Sir) William Wroughton (d. 1559). (S) Bawdrip: Manors and other estates, A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 6: Andersfield, Cannington, and North Petherton Hundreds, Bridgwater and neighbouring parishes, 1992, PP184-188.

Children of William and ?:

i. Ann Wroughton (59411), born ~1507 in England.

ii. Sir William Wroughton, born 1509 in England.
William married Elianor Lewknor.
1559, William died.

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