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Much Wenlock and Clunbury Lewkenor references
Posted by: Gillian (ID *****1111) Date: January 24, 2004 at 08:50:35
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From transcription of MUCH WENLOCK Wenlock Paris Register, held at Shrewsbury Archives:
1623 Mar 8 Laurence, son of ??? Lewknor, get, and Thomasine his wife, baptised.
1626 Dec 4 Elizabeth, dau of Anthony Bullock, gent, and Thomasine, his wife, baptised.
(Elsewhere Anthony is described as Sir Richard (Lewkenor's) grandchild. See Ludlow.

From transcription of CLUNBURY Parish Register, held at Shrewsbury Archives:
1651 William Lloyd, get., and Thomasine Lewkenor, widow, married. (Boyd's Marriage Index, Vol 4 calls William "Floyde")

From Shropshire Victoria, Vol.X, held at Shrewsbury Archives:
P.225 After WENLOCK Priory's surrender in 1540 its manoor of Marsh remained with the Crown until 1554, when it was granted for life to Stephen Hadnall, a courtier. Hadnall bought the reversion in fee in 1558, died in 1580 and was survived by his wife, Margaret, who later married Serjeant Richard Lewkenor (knighted 1600). In 1600 Hadnall's daughter ... sold Marsh.


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