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  • ID: I48152
  • Name: Beatrice Kendall
  • Sex: F
  • Death: BEF 1400 1
  • Note: 1

    Heiress of her brother Sir Edward who d 49 Ed II, and her brother Sir Thomas of Woodrup Burgh, Lutton, who died 3 days after his brother.
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    Beatrice, sister of Edward Kendale the younger, married Robert Turk. Their grandchild, Joan Wallis, married Nicholas Morley. Apparently Moor Hall descended to the Morleys in the same way as the manor of Wakeley. The manor of Moor...
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    John Walyes inherited through his wife?s mother Beatrice the De Kendale and De Boys properties in Hertfordshire and Hampshire.
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    Beatrice, the sister of Edward de Kendale the younger, could not inherit the Manor of Hitchin as it was held in tail-male. Therefore, with the exception of Edward's wife's dower, it reverted to the Crown. It was granted to Alice Perrers but she forfeited it in 1377 and in 1380 it was granted to Hugh de Segrave for life.
  • _UID: 9FC887FD34514F9CB630DD23B287B8D507DF
  • Change Date: 27 FEB 2009



    Father: Edward Kendall
    Mother: Elizabeth Cobham

    Marriage 1 Robert Turke
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Joanne Turke b: BEF 1385

    Sources:
    1. Text: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies
      Morley family of Glynde, Sussex, 1282-1465
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