Ancestors of a 21st century British family

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  • ID: I61738
  • Name: Thomas de Ingaldethorp
  • Prefix: Sir
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1251
  • Residence: Rainham
  • Occupation: Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk
  • Note: 1

    In the pedigree of the family of the Jernegans Sir Hugh Jer negan is said to have married to his second wife, Ela, or Hellen, a daughter and coheir of Sir Thomas de Ingaldesthorp, and to quarter the
    arms of Ingaldesthorp, and might be a relation to this Sir Thomas, if not his daughter.
    Thomas, son (as some make him) of this Sir Thomas, was also a knight, sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, in 1272, and died soon after; Thomas de Ingaldesthorp Bishop of Rochester was one of his sons, and Sir John de Ingaldesthorp was his son and heir; in 1275 he was found to hold the manor of Reinham.
    In 1249, Sir Thomas Ingaldesthorp was sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.
    He seems to have married a second wife, Isabel, daughter of Hamon; in 1255 she is called widow of Sir Thomas, and afterwards married Roger de Well.
  • _UID: 4A5EB6B33E59443384070B28F67621228C54
  • Change Date: 5 MAY 2013

    Father: Alan de Ingaldesthorp
    Mother: de Sharnebarne

    Marriage 1 Sibilla
    • Married:
    1. Has Children John de Ingaldethorp
    2. Has Children Ellen Inglethorpe

    1. Text: Descendants of Robert de Ingoldisthorpe et Snettisham.
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