Name: Agnes Hayton
Death: AFT 1450
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Change Date: 11 FEB 2011
Owner of Bataille Manor. Co-heir.
While Mercy Carew was indeed an heiress it was of her mother rather than of her father. Agnes Hayton had inherited the Manor of Batailles from her father in 1432, her husband Thomas Carew already being dead. While she re-married, twice, she had no more children. The three girls inherited it jointly on their mother's death, sometime after 1450.
According to Michael Walker, Mercy and her sister Isabel both sold their shares in the manor to their nephew Henry Sander.
Also married, after Thomas Carew (after death of Carew in 1430), John Exham or Hexham, and then, before 1450, Thomas Sayer.
The son of John de Bures of London in 1384 conveyed the manor of Burgh, at Banstead, Surrey, by means of trustees to Thomas Hayton, who in 1428 was said to hold the 'half-fee in Berewe which Robert Boteler formerly held of the king in the said vill,' and in 1432 he died seised of 'the manor of Westbergh.'
Agnes, then wife of John Exham or Hexham, was his daughter and heir. She seems to have afterwards married Thomas Sayer, as in 1450 they conveyed lands in Westbergh, held in the right of Agnes, and identical in extent with those mentioned in 1346, to Richard Ford and Mercy his wife, William Sander and Joan his wife, and John Collard. Mercy and Joan were daughters of Agnes by her first husband, Thomas Carew.
Father: Thomas Hayton
- Mercy or Misericorda Carew
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Author: Tim Powys-Lybbe
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Surrey