~1440, Henry Auger born in Newenden, Kent, England, heir & s/o 156260. Thomas Aucher.
~1440, Elizabeth born in Kent, England, d/o 156262. Sir John Guildford & 156263. Alice Waller.
Aft. 1443, Henry’s father died.
1462, Henry Anger of Newenden a feoffee of John St. Nicholas, who bequeathes to him, John Dygge of Barham, ... all my lands and tenements in Ash and Wingham [Kent]. (S) Testamenta Vetusta, V1.
11/8/1468, John Jenney 'gentilman' and Thomas Pakeman 'coteler' each of London, to John Scot knight and Henry Auger esquire, … Quitclaim with warranty of the manor of Haconby. (S) CCRs.
7/16/1469, Sir John Fogge, Sir John Guildord, Henry Auger, William Belknap and Robert Oxenbridge had a commission by the King to view the banks and ditches between Robertsbridge and the marshes of Romney which had broken by the violence of tides and had to be repaired. (S) CPRs.
10/7/1469, Henry Aucher, esq., received power of attorney to deliver seisin to John Culpepper, kt., Richard Forde the elder, ... of the manor of Derondale. (S) UKNA.
4/20/1473, Hugh Snodley, yeoman of Newyngton co. Surrey, to prince Edward, …, Henry Auger esquire, William Gilderigge 'gentilman,' … Gift of all his goods and chattels and of all commodities thereto pertaining: and he has put him in possession thereof by delivery of a silver spoon. (S) CCRs.
1477, William and Henry Belknap, Thomas Oxenbrygge and Henry Anger were commissioners to survey dykes between Appledore and Rye. (S) CPRs.
7/11/1478, Memorandum of the delivery … directing the sheriff of Kent to attach Henry Auger esquire late of Newenden, and John Waller esquire late of Spelleherst co. Kent, so that they appear in chancery to answer the archbishop of Canterbury concerning 400 marks which they owe him. (S) CCRs.
12/20/1482, Grant from Henry Auchier of Losenham to Richard Bayle of Rye, son of John Bale deceased, of an annual rent of 12d from a messuage in Rye. (S) RYE/136/199.
11/1485, Henry Auger, esq., Constable of Tonbridge, and bailiff of Fowey (Winchelsea). (S) Parliament Rolls, 2005.
1487, Commission to ..., Thomas Oxenbregge, Henry Belknap, Henry Anger of goal delivery in Winchelsea. (S) CPRs.
11/10/1489, Henry Belknap left Knelle manor ..., to Henry Aucher, ... for the use of his wife Margaret (d'Oilly) for the term of her life. (S) CIsPM.
11/28/1494, Henry buried at the church at Losenham in Newenden, co. Kent. (S) Daughter’s will. [Henry of Losenham in Newenden, Rowynden, & Biddenden.]
(S) 1619 Visitation of Kent. [Note: Ann’s father is “Joh’is”, but this is not who she named in her will.] (S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P249.
Child of Harry and Elizabeth:
i. Anne Aucher (39065), born ~1475 in Lossenham, Newenden, Kent, England.
[Anne’s father identified in her will of 9/4/1532.]