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  • ID: I35508
  • Name: Robert de Marcham
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1289
  • Note: 1

    The eldest son of Richard de Marcham had no sons, but three daughters Cecily married first Sir John Bekering.
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    Richard Markham's [younger?] brother, Robert, died in A.D. 1289, his land in Markham going to his brother, but the Lexington estates were divided between his three daughters, who married into the great Nottinghamshire families of Sancta Cruce, Longvilliers, and Bekering.
    (E Markham church, by Rev A E Briggs)
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    Sir Robert de Marcham of Marcham and Sarra de Snitterton had the following children:
    * 11 i. Cecelia8 de Marcham. She married Thomas de Bekeryng.
    * 12 ii. Agnes de Marcham. She married William de Sancta Cruce.
    * 13 iii. Bertha de Marcham. She married William de Longvilliers.
  • _UID: 8BDB95B6D060487DA3B6542FAB5825A9539A
  • Change Date: 5 SEP 2008



    Father: Richard de Marcham

    Marriage 1 Sarah de Snitterton
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Cecily de Marcham b: 1259
    2. Has Children Bertha Markham
    3. Has Children Agnes de Markham b: 1265

    Sources:
    1. Type: Book
      Periodical: The Scenery of Sherwood Forest, with an account of some eminent people there
      Author: J Rodgers
      Date: 1908
      URL: http://www.nottshistory.org.uk/rodgers1908
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