Name: Margaret de Gatesden
Death: 1310 in Trotton, Sussex 1
MEM: Trotton, Sussex: The earliest brass in England to commemorate a woman.
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Change Date: 12 SEP 2007
Heir of her father.
Brought estates of Trotton and Woolbeding to her husband.Also the estates of Southampton Water and Lasham, Hants.
Was sold by her husband John Camoys to her lover William Paynel, Kt., for £430, with John?s life interest in his wife?s estates.
R Chatterton-Newman would appear to think that John de Gatesden who married Hawise Neville was Margaret?s grandfather not father, and that Hawise was her step-grandmother.
Married Sir William Paynel, 1st Lord Paynel, who dsp 1 April 1317.
Some sources believe that the brass in Trotton to be another wife of John Camoys, or his daughter in law Margaret de Braose.
Father: John de Gatesden b: 1218 in Wollavington Manor, Sussex
Mother: Hawise de Courtenay
John De Camoys
- Ralph De Camoys
- Note: 28 Edw I
- Type: Book
Periodical: Midhurst Fact and Fable
Author: Frances Johnson-Davies
Publication: Frances Johnson-Davies
- Type: Book
Periodical: The Camoys of Trotton
Author: Roger Chatterton-Newman
Publication: Rogate Society
- Type: Web Site
Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham