Name: Eve de Hauterive or Dawtrey 1
Death: 16 AUG 1354
Note: 2 3 4 4|
Change Date: 9 JUL 2007
Heiress of her grandfather, Sir William Dawtry of Hardham.
Or ?Daughter and heir of Sir William Dawtrey.?
40 years younger than William Paynel.
Presumably the fee of North Marden, Sussex, had passed into the hands of William Dawtrey, as his granddaughter Eve inherited 2? fees in Barlavington, Marden, and elsewhere. She married three times: first Roger de Shelvestrode, who held the fees in 1302, then William Paynel, the tenant in 1314, and finally Edward St. John. The manor of Barlavington and lands in North Marden were among the estates settled on Edward and Eve and her heirs in 1318, (fn. 16) and at her death in 1354 they passed to her son John St. John. The subsequent history of this mesne lordship is obscure. In 1428 a ? fee in North Marden was said to be held by the Prior of Maiden Bradley (see below) and William St. John and to have formerly been held by Roger de Lynche, (fn. 18) but Roger's connexion with the fee is otherwise unrecorded. (fn. 19) William St. John left a daughter Elizabeth, who married Henry Dyke, and their coheirs were their granddaughters, Constance wife of John Goring and Eleanor wife of William Dering.
The share of the manor of East Hampnett, Sussex held by William Dawtrey descended to his granddaughter Eve, the widow of Edward de St. John at the time of her death in 1354; (fn. 108) and her heir Roger, son of her first husband John de Shelvestrode, in 1364 released his rights in his inheritance in East Hampnett to Richard, Earl of Arundel.Page: (1883) p238
Father: John Dawtrey or de Alta Ripa
Mother: Elizabeth de La Stane
Roger de Shelvestrode
- John de Shelvestrode
Edward de St John
- Edward St John b: ABT 1346
- John St John
- Isabella de St John
- Type: Web Site
Title: Stirnet Genealogy
Author: Patrick Barns-Graham
- Type: Book
Periodical: Midhurst Fact and Fable
Author: Frances Johnson-Davies
Publication: Frances Johnson-Davies
- Title: Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerages
Author: Burke, John & Burke, Sir Bernard
Publication: Harrison, London, 1844, 1883, reprinted 1969
Text: Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Sussex