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Sunday, January 1, 2012

John de Erpingham & Beatrix de Reppes

30422760. John de Erpingham & 30422761. Beatrix de Reppes

~1255, John born in Norfolk, England, s/o §§Peter de Erpingham.

~1275, Beatrix born in England.

1277, John de Erpingham and Beatrix his wife settled 19 messuages and parcels of lands, on Thomas son of John de Antingham, having a large estate in Wykmere, Calthorp, Iteringham, Aldburgh, Beckham, Baconesthorp, and Berningham.

Aft. 1285, Walter de Berninham conveyed the 8th part of a fee of Wickmere, Norfolk, to John de Erpingham.

6/24/1304, Debtor: John de Erpingham {Orpingham}, Roger le Curzon {Curzun}, and John de Repps {Repp} [held part of Northrepps and Southrepps, North Erpingham Hundred, Norfolk]. Creditor: Elizabeth, who was the wife of Thomas Gerberge. Amount: 20m. (S) UKNA.

7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.

1312, John de Erpingham and Beatrice his wife held Erpingham.

By 1315, John died, buried in Great Snoring Church, leaving Erpingham manor to his son Robert.


1315, Beatrice, widow of John, holding Erpingham.

11/30/1321, Transcript 'de verbo in verbum' of grant by John de Paylwyk that Beatrix who was wife of John de Erpingham held of him in Wickmere one piece of land called Neerelond computed for 1a. (S) UKNA.

Beatrix died.

(S) Ess. Tow.’s Topo. Hist. of Norfolk, V6, 1807, Wickmere & Erpingham.

Family notes:

·         1244, Peter de Erpingham first to settle at Erpingham, Norfolk.

·         1401, Thomas de Erpingham, ggs of John, holding Erpingham.

Child of John and Beatrix:

i. Robert de Erpingham (15211380), born ~1295 in England.