Name: Thomas Wymbish
Note: 80 in 1503
Death: AFT 10 JUN 1505
Residence: Nocton, Lincolnshire
Occupation: High Sheriff Lincoln 1475
Change Date: 12 JUN 2012
The manors of Osbournby and Water Willoughby were granted [to Nocton Priory?] in 1479 by Thomas Wymbish and John Ayleston.
(A History of the County of Lincoln: Volume 2: The priory of Nocton Park.)
Blyton's moiety of the manor of Papworth Everard, Cambridgeshire, descended by marriage to the Wimbishes of Nocton (Lincs.), being held successively by Sir Thomas Wimbish (d. 1505), his son John (d. 1526), and grandson Christopher Wimbish (d. 1530). Christopher's widow Mary still occupied it when their son Thomas died without issue in 1551. His sister and coheir Abraha and her husband Francis Norton possessed that half manor in 1563.
Thomas Wymbish, heir to his uncle Nicholas 1461; High Sheriff of co. Lincoln 1475; set. 80 in 1503. Will dated 10 June 1505 ; proved 5 Feb 1505-6.
Wife?s name not given.
Father: John Wymbish b: ABT 1391 in Of Nocton Priory, Lincolnshire
Mother: Margery Blyton
- Katherine Wymbish b: 1457 in Nocton, Lincs
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Cambridgeshire