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  • ID: I132508
  • Name: Mrs Rohese ENGAINE
  • Given Name: Mrs Rohese
  • Surname: Engaine
  • Sex: F
  • Change Date: 13 MAY 2009 1 2
  • Death: Y



    Marriage 1 Sir Viel Vitalis ENGAINE b: in Colne Engaine, Essex, England, United Kingdom
      Children
      1. Has Children Sir John d' ENGAINE b: ABT 1232 in Colne Engaine, Essex, England, United Kingdom c: in Laxton & Pytchley, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom

      Sources:
      1. Abbrev: CP
        Title: CP "The Complete Peerage"
        Text: "The Complete Peerage," G. E. Cokayne, 1910 - London: St. Catherine Press
        The Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, , Extant, Extinct, or Dormant
        1st edn, 8 vols, 1887-98
        2nd edn, 12 vols, 1910-59, RR, Research Area, Stall 91, R493.30, CS 421 (RR)
        repub in photo-reduced size, 6 vols, by Alan Sutton Pub Ltd, 1982, hardback ISBN 0-904387-82-8, paper bound ISBN 0-86299-442-X, and by St Martin Ltd, 1984, ISBN 0-312-15836-X, RR
        Note:
        11:366, Los Angeles Public Library, 929.721 C682.
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        • Abbrev: WallopFH
          Title: WallopFH WALLOP Family History
          Text: The Wallop Family and Their Ancestry by Vernon James Watney, 1928.

          http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/GEN-MEDIEVAL/1999-12/0944187059
          From: "Chris & Tom Tinney, Sr." Subject: Re: The Wallop FamilyDate: Thu, 02 Dec 1999 18:10:59 -0800
          Hampshire Treasures Online, at: Search Hampshire Treasures reveals 159 documents matching "Wallop". Of these, mention is made at: Volume 2 ( Basingstoke and Deane) Page 120 - Farleigh Wallop "The overlordship at the time of the Norman Conquest was held by the king. It was subsequently held by a family who took their name from the village. By the fifteenth century the Wallop family held Farleigh Wallop, and in September 1591 Queen Elizabeth I visited Sir Henry Wallop. During the Civil War Sir Robert Wallop took the Parliamentary side and sat in judgement upon Charles I. He later escaped the death sentence but was imprisoned in the Tower and died there in 1666. The Wallop family continued to hold the manor. Farleigh House was burnt in 1667 and not rebuilt until 1731 by Viscount Lymington, who was created Earl of Portsmouth by his friend George I. Farleigh House is said to have been the site of the Wallops' home since 1414." CONTACT FOR VERIFICATION OF RELIABILITY: Organisation: Hampshire Genealogical Society (Basingstoke) Contact: Mr P McNulty Phone: 0118 982 0364 E-Mail: Peter.Mcnulty@btinternet.com Address: 28 Hawkley... ETC.[ local history societies]: ALSO: "This page provides links to the addresses and opening hours of all public libraries in Hampshire operated by Hampshire County Library Service." Respectfully yours, Tom Tinney, Sr. http://www.dcn.davis.ca.us/~vctinney/homepage.htm#Here Listed in: Who's Who In The West, 1998/1999 Who's Who In Genealogy and Heraldry, [both editions]
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