Name: Thomas Ringwood
Birth: ABT 1415 in Ringwood, Hants
Death: ABT 1475
Residence: Cridlestyle, Fordingbridge, Hants
Change Date: 18 FEB 2013
The site of the manor of Cridlestyle or East Mill, Fordingbridge, is now marked by a farm and mill. O.S.A. No. SU11 SE6. Ref: V.C.H., Vol. 4, p.571.
Had a son Thomas, mentioned in his father in law?s will. He presumably dsp as this Thomas?s dau Lora is said to be his heir.
Joan [dau of John Ludlow d 1478, qv] married 1st John Norwood and 2nd Thomas Ringwood of Southampton.
(Genealogical gleanings in England: abstracts of wills relating to ... By Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters. v. 1 - 1969. p274.)
Thomas Ringwood (fl. 1427) conveyed some freely held land at Charlton in Downton, Wilts, to Richard Ludlow. Richard sold it to William Ludlow (d. 1478), of Hill Deveril.
In 1427 a small estate at Odstock, Wilts, was conveyed to Thomas Ringwood and this is believed to have descended in the Ringwood family until the early 16th century.
In 1419 Thomas Ringwood, of Loveraz Coulesfield, was High Sheriff of Wiltshire.
In 1442, Thomas, son and heir of Thomas Ringwood, Esquire, paid seventy-five shillings for relief of his fee in Whelpeley. In 1454, he still held it. In 1476, his son Thomas; and in 1547, Thomas Ringwood's name still appears as tenant under the barony of this estate.
(THE WILTSHIRE Archaeological and Natural History MAGAZINE. Page 287. 1855.)
? est 1405 Birth
? 1434 called Thomas Rungewode of Fordingbridge, Hampshire when he deeded land to William Feteplace
? 1442 Thomas, son and heir of Thomas Ringwood Esquire, paid seventy five shillings for relief of his fee in Whelpeley.
? Jul 9, 1445 held the manor of Estmylle by Fordingbridge and various lands in Fordingbridge, Hampshire
? Sep 2, 1447 mentioned along with his wife in a charter where his father-in-law gave a portion of the manor of Sherfield English to his son Thomas
? 18 Oct 1451 Deed of release of quitclaim in respect to a rent issuing from a messuage in English Street in the town of Soutampton by Thomas Ryngwode esq to John Chamberleyn ...
? 1452 To Thomas Ryngwod, nobleman, lord of the place of Estm[i]lle in the diocese of Winchester. Indult as above
? Jul 1, 1466 granted his manor called Estmylle in Fordingham and all his lands in Cridelstowe and Mynstede to his father-in-law, among others
? Dec 3, 1466 granted to his son Thomas all his land in Caulsfeld Loveres and Bottenham, Wilts, and several tenemants
? 1446 Chirograph, indented, being a grant by Thomas Ryngewode, esquire, to Thomas, his younger son, servant of John, lord Audeley, in fee tail, of all his lands, etc. in Coulesfeld Loveres and Bottenham (co. Wilts), the reversion of two tenements in White- parish, after the death of Agnes Romesey, a tenement in Shirefeld, a tenement called 'Forell' in Credellestrowe (co. Hants) and a tenement in Fordyngbrigge, near the bridge. 3 December, 5 Edward IV. Seal, damaged. Endorsed: the dede that pertaynythe to the place at the Bryggfot at Foryngbrygge ayenst Edward Evererd, dyer.
? 20 May, 1474 Thomas Ryngwode, son of Thomas Ryngwode, to Walter and Leonard Hungerford, John Mompesson, Robt. Baynard Ac: enfeoffment to the above of manor of East Hamham, which came to him on the death of his father, who had with others been duly enfeoffed of it by Thos. Lynford &c.
? bef May 20, 1474 Death
Father: Thomas Ringwood
Mother: Joan Bayford
- Lora Ringwood b: ABT 1440 in Ringwood, Hants