Sir William DE FIENNES of Herstmonceaux
(1332-1359)
Joan DE SAY
(-1378)
William BATESFORD of Buckholt, Esq.
(Est 1335-By 1402)
Margery DE PEPLESHAM
(-1406)
Sir William DE FIENNES of Herstmonceux
(1357-1403)
Elizabeth BATISFORD
(Abt 1364-1406)
Margaret FIENNES
(-By 1466)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq.

2. Walter BEWE of Beddington, Esq.

Margaret FIENNES 1

  • Married (1):
  • Married (2): Before 1460
  • Died: Between 1460 and 29 Jan 1466

  Research Notes:

Named as a beneficiary in the Will of her husband Nicholas Carew (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

  Marriage Information:

Margaret married Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq., son of Nicholas CAREW of Beddington, Esq. and Isabel DE LA MARE. (Nicholas CAREW was born in 1405 in Beddington, Surrey, England and died on 20 Apr 1458 in Beddington, Surrey, England.)

  Marriage Information:

Margaret also married Walter BEWE of Beddington, Esq. before 1460.

  Marriage Notes:

New research has turned up evidence that Margaret Fiennes married (2nd) before 1460 Walter Bewe, Esq., of Beddington, Surrey. The evidence consists of a Common Pleas lawsuit dated 1460, Thomas Chichele, Citizen and tailor of London, sued Walter Bewe, Esq., of Beddington, Surrey, and his wife, Margaret, executrix of the will of Nicholas Carew, of Beddington, Surrey, regarding a debt of 5 marks. 2

Sources


1 Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Douglas Richardson, 2nd ed., 2011, p. 193; Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, Douglas Richardson, 2nd ed., 2011, p. 192.

2 Rootsweb GEN-MEDIEVAL-L Archives, posting by Douglas Richardson, 28 Jul 2014, Subject: Margaret Fiennes, wife of Nicholas Carew, Esq., citing Court of Common Pleas, CP40/796, image 141f.


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