Name: John de Elmbridge
Death: 8 FEB 1473
Occupation: MP for Surrey
MEM: Merstham, Surrey: Brass and tomb
Note: 1 2|
Change Date: 14 APR 2012
Inherited Surrey estate and Elmbridge.
MP for Surrey.
= (1) Isabel, d. of Nicholas Jamys, mayor & alderman of London
= (2) Anne, d. of John Prophete, widow of Ralph or James St. Leger. Her 3rd husband was William Pecche (Bysshe?)
John Ellingbridge, who died in 1473 and who married Anne relict of Ralph St. Leger, was seised of the manor of Norbury, Surrey, from whom it descended to Thomas Ellingbridge the son of his son Thomas, who predeceased him. (fn. 92) Anne survived him and married Sir William Peche. She held courts at Croham in the reign of Henry VII. (fn. 93) Thomas died in 1507 and his posthumous son John in the same year. The manor then descended to his daughter Anne, (fn. 94) who carried it in marriage to her husband John Dannett, knighted in 1529. (fn. 95) He sold it in 1593 to Sir Oliph Leigh of Addington.
Given in the pedigree in Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica 1838 (p170) as son of Roger Elinbrig, returned by the Commissioner among the gentry of Croydon appointed to tender the oath of allegiane in 1443.
Father: John de Elmbridge
- Thomas Ellenbridge
- Joan de Elmbridge
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Title: The Golden Falcon
Author: Wendy Garcia
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Periodical: Collectanea Topographica Et Genealogica