Name: Roger de Bavant 1
Change Date: 23 MAR 2009
Sarah married Roger de Bavent and brought to him the manor of Cocking, which was assured by two fines; one by which John de Sey, late husband of Aveline, Sarah's sister, settled upon them the share of Cocking which had been Aveline's, (fn. 13) and the other by which Peter de Cuddington, apparently the representative of another sister, (fn. 14) secured them and the heirs of Sarah, as the heir of Gunnor de Mauden her mother, against any claim which Peter might make to the manor of Cocking. (fn. 15) Roger de Bavent was granted exemption from serving on assizes and the like for life in 1253, (fn. 16) and was still living in 1255. (fn. 17) At some time after that date he was succeeded by his son Adam,
- Adam De Bavant
- Text: Sussex Archeological Collection LXVIII
The Honour of Petworth.