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Muniments of the ancient Saxon family of Wingfield

Powerscourt, Mervyn Edward Wingfield Viscount

Muniments of the ancient Saxon family of Wingfield

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Published by Wingfield Family Society in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Wingfield family.,
    • Great Britain -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementcompiled by Mervyn Edward, seventh viscount Powerscourt ; from the archives in the British Museum, College of Arms, and Records Office, Dublin, and from other sources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS439 .W58 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 88 p., [58] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages88
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2088474M
      ISBN 100961932201
      LC Control Number88130338
      OCLC/WorldCa18056395

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Muniments of the Author: Mervyn Edward Wingfield Powerscourt. The Domesday Book of lists Wingfield (Wighefelda) in Suffolk, but the first Wingfield for which there is any record is Robert de Wingfield in the year according to “Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield” writ­ten by Mervyn Edward Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt published in En­gland in and republished by.

Biography Early and family life. Anthony Wingfield was born beforethe first son of Sir John Wingfield of Letheringham and Anne, daughter of John Tuchet, 6th Lord Audley. By he had been appointed an esquire of the body, and attended the funeral of Henry VII and knighted in He was appointed High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk for – “Thomas Wingfield of York River, Virginia; aged 21 in Supposed to have died unmarried.” (Merwyn Edward Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt, MUNIMENTS OF THE ANCIENT SAXON FAMILY OF WINGFIELD, London, privately printed,page ).

Compiled by Mervyn Edward, Seventh Viscount Powerscourt, from the Archives in the British Museum, College of Arms, and Records Office, Dublin, and from other sources.

Illustrated with family portraits, monuments, tombs, castles, deeds, brass plates and genealogical charts.

London: Privately Printed for the Author by Mitchell and Hughes, Large Quarto. Family His first wife Catherine, née Woodville, sister of Queen Elizabeth Woodville, died inand Wingfield was a widower for some time.

He married in abouthis second wife, Bridget Wiltshire, daughter and heiress of Sir John Wiltshire of Stone Castle and Isabella Clothall.

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Contains the Knight of St. Patrick banner and coat of arms of Mervyn Wingfield, 7th Viscount Powerscourt (fl. ), author of The Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield. Early and family life. Anthony Wingfield was born beforethe first son of Sir John Wingfield of Letheringham and Anne, daughter of John Tuchet, 6th Lord Muniments of the ancient Saxon family of Wingfield book.

[1] By he had been appointed an esquire of the body, and attended the funeral of Henry VII and knighted in He was appointed High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk for – [2]. compiled by Merwyn Edward [Wingfield], Seventh Viscount Powerscourt, in his Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield (privately printed, I)1 which shows that JOHN WINGFIELD, of Tickencote, co.

Rutland, York Herald (bapt. 25 June I, Tickencote; died 30 December I, Kings Bench), married Mary, daughter of GIORGE OWEN, York. Notes. 1 John Goodwin Herndon, "Thomas Wingfield () of York River, VA, His Ancestry and some of his Virginia and Georgia Descendants", Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, (April ), 2 Merwyn Edward [Wingfield], Seventh Viscount Powerscourt, Muniments of the Ancient Saxon Family of Wingfield (London (privately printed), ), pp 10.

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