Name: Edmund De Swathing 1
Residence: Fransham, Norfolk
Note: 1 2|
Change Date: 10 NOV 2010
Had right of presentation to Fransham Magna in 1388?(Blomfield p 499) Seems a bit early.
The Duke of Suffolk. and later his widow and son were careful to obtain quitclaims from those heirs (or some of them): Edmund Swathing esquire in 1446, Thomas Sharington esquire, and a William Garneys and Matilda his wife in 1461.
Roger Edmonds (Esmond?) b c1485 m Maud de Botetour (Widow of Edmund De Swathing) and had John Edmonds (Esmond?) Lord of Botetour in Kemberly b c1510 d c1563 bur St Mary's Cranworth.
Sir Ralph Botetourt (d. before 1332), on whom the manor of Cranworth, Norfolk, [was settled] in 1311/12, where Ralph's younger son, Bartholomew, succeeded him (his daughter and heir, Maud, married first Geoffrey de Swathing who also had interests in Cranworth, and secondly Roger Edmonds by whom she had her heirs)
Edmund Swathing, Esq. son of William who married the third sister and coheir of Jeffrey de Fransham having purchased three parts of the five parts of the moiety of the lordship of Scarning with that of Dallington, viz. the parts of Alice Pinkeman, Beatrix Bamburgh, and Catherine Harneys, three of the five daughters and coheirs of Theobald de Thuxton, son of Alice, 1st sister and coheir of Jeffrey de Fransham, presented in their right to the rectory of this church in 1423, and Thomas Sharington, son of Thomas Sharington, son of Henry Sharington and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Edmund Swathing, held the same in the 19th of Henry VII.
Father: William De Swathing
- Elizabeth De Swathing
- Type: Book
Periodical: Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk
Author: Francis Blomefield
Date: abt 1775
- Type: Book
Periodical: The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century: The First Phase
Author: Colin Richmond