Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq.
(Abt 1356-1432)
Isabel DE LA MARE
(Est 1360-By 1398)
Sir William FIENNES of Herstmonceux
(1357-1403)
Elizabeth BATISFORD
(Abt 1364-1405)
Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq.
(1405-1458)
Margaret FIENNES
(-By 1466)
Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq.
(1436-1466)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Margaret LANGFORD

  • Sanchia CAREW+
  • Nicholas CAREW of Beddington
  • Anne CAREW
  • Elizabeth CAREW

Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq.

  • Born: 1436, Beddington with Wallington, Surrey, England
  • Married: Abt 1455
  • Died: 8 Mar 1466, Beddington with Wallington, Surrey, England

  Research Notes:

Named as a beneficiary in his father's Will (1456)

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29 Jan 1466, Westminster

Licence for Nicholas Carewe, son and heir of Nicholas Carewe, esquire, deceased, tenant in chief, to enter freely into all manors, lands, reversions, rents, services, fees, views of frank-pledge, courts leet, knights' fees, advowsons and other possessions in England of which his father was seised, and which on the death of the latter or of Margaret his wife, deceased, came into the king's hands and should descend to the said Nicholas the son; and to receive all issues from the times of their death.

Calendar of Patent Rolls, 5 Edw. IV, p. 447

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Nicholas Carew died in 1466 seised of the manor of Great Purley leaving Margaret, his wife and joint tenant, surviving and a son and heir Nicholas, then four years old. The last-named Nicholas came of age in September 1484, but he died childless about 1485 leaving as his heirs his three sisters, Sanchea, who was married to Sir John Iwardby, Elizabeth the wife of Walter Twynho, and Anne Tropnell. 1

  Marriage Information:

Nicholas married Margaret LANGFORD, daughter of Edward LANGFORD of Bradfield, Esq. and Sanchea BLOUNT, about 1455. (Margaret LANGFORD was born Est 1440 in Bradfield, Berkshire, England and died before 4 Mar 1502 in Greyfriars, Reading, Berkshire, England.)

Sources


1 British History Online, Parishes: Purley, citing A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3.


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