Name: Maud de Sancto Mauro
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Change Date: 3 MAR 2013
Maud de Sancto Mauro (Seymour), daughter and heiress of Peter de Sancto Mauro, by her first husband Walter de Wengham had four daughters.
1. Joan de Wengham(d.1293) married Richard de Kenn.
2. Alice de Wengham(d.s.p.before 1302) married John de Wyke.
3. Maud de Wengham married Philip de Wyke.
4. Joan de Wengham married John de Boudon.
The manor of Kingston Seymour was divided between the families of the three daughters who had children. I have traced the descent of the three thirds of the manor down to 1485. I have also written a number of papers on the de Wyke family and the descent of the manor of Wyke at Yatton.
Maud married (1) Walter de Wengham, (2) Simon de Ludgate.
By her second husband, Simon de Ludgate, she had one son, Laurence, surnamed (according to the mode of those times) from his mother, by reason of her noble extraction, de Sancto Mauro. Which Laurence, notwithstanding divers claims andlitigations, inherited little os the patrimony; and this manor, together with the advowson of the living, was allotted to' the daughters of Walter de Wengham.
Father: Peter de Sancto Mauro
Walter de Wengham b: ABT 1245 in Steventon, Hampshire
- Maud de Wengham
- Joan de Wengham
Simon De Ludgate
- Millicent De St. Mauro b: ABT 1300 in Somerset
- Text: Kenn and other families researcher: Nicholas Deas, Yatton
- Type: Book
Periodical: History of Somerset
Author: J Collinson