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Ancestors of Isabel, of Wawn, Beverley [452]
Isabel, of Wawn, Beverley [452]
(Abt 1410-)

 

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Sir John PURYE, Knt., Lord Of Chamberhouse [451]

Isabel, of Wawn, Beverley [452]

  • Born: Abt 1410, , Oxfordshire, England
  • Marriage: Sir John PURYE, Knt., Lord Of Chamberhouse [451] about 1430 in , Oxfordshire, England
  • Died: Chamberhouse Manor, Thatcham, Berkshire, England

bullet   Another name for Isabel was WAWN, WAYNE, WAURNE, WAME.

bullet  General Notes:

Source <http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/place/14433>:
"WAGHEN, or Wawn, a township and a parish in Beverley district, E. R. Yorkshire. ..."
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Source <The Visitations of the County of Oxford: Taken in the Years 1566> Par William Harvey,John Philipot,Richard Lee,William Ryley:
"... - John Purye of Camberhowse in com. Oxonie.
= Elizabeth first wyffe sister of Sr. John Sysley Knighte.
- Mariery Purye died without issue.
= Isabell second wiffe d. of Wawne of Beverley.
- Anne d. and heire of John Purye
= William Danvers of Camberhowse by his wife. ..."
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Source <http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=43223>:
"... The estate was held by the hereditary bailiffs of Crookham, (fn. 197) but did not come into the possession of John Pury and his wife Isabel (fn. 198) until 1445, six years after Pury had obtained the bailiwick..."
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Source <https://familysearch.org/tree/#view=ancestor&person=K2Y8-47N>:
"Isabel Wawne
Naissance ABT 1410, Oxford, England
Marriage John Pury 1408-__"
Child Ann Puny 1432-1531"
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Source <Memorials of the Danvers family (of Dauntsey and Culworth) : their ancestors and descendants from the conquest till the termination of the eighteenth century. ...>:
"Willam Danvers, the second son of John Danvers and Joan Bruley. William was bom about the year 1430. In the year 1487 (December 17) he was made one of the King's Justices ' de banco/ and in the following year (February 6, 1488-89) one of the Justices of the Common Pleas. He married Anne, daughter and heiress of John Pury, of Chamberhouse, Thatcham, Berks, by whom he had several children, of whom six - John, Thomas, William, Anne, Alice, and Isabel - survived him. ...
With his wife, Anne Pury, he obtained as dowry the manor of Chamberhouse, and to this he added land which he bought in Thatcham, the parish of which the manor formed a part. ...

Dame Anne's family, the Purys, were settled at an early period in Sipnam (Chippenham). John Purye of Sipnam had three sons, Thomas, Beginald, and Godfrey. ...
His first wife was Elizabeth, sister of Sir John Sysley, by whom he had a daughter, Mary, who died childless ; by his second wife, Isabel, daughter of Wawne of Beverley, he had a daughter, Anne, who was his heiress, and married William Danvers. ..."
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Source <http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16145>:
"... WAWNE
THE parish of Wawne is situated on the east bank of the river Hull, c. 6 km. north of the centre of the city of Hull. The ancient parish comprised, besides Wawne township, that of Meaux. The town of Beverley stands about 4 km. WNW. from Wawne, relatively inaccessible on the other side of the river, and the former village of Sutton on Hull is c. 3 km. to the south-east. Sutton was Wawne's 'south town', and its grounds, extending south almost to the river Humber and east to Bilton, in Swine, and containing also the settlements of Lopholme and Stoneferry and part of Drypool, lay within a very much larger parish of Wawne until the gradual creation during the Middle Ages of a separate parish of Sutton. ...

The name Wawne, recorded as Wagene or Waghene in 1086, Waune in 1230, and Wawne in 1371, is believed to be wholly or partly Anglian and to mean a quagmire. Meaux is thought to be a Scandinavian, or Anglo-Scandinavian, compound word referring to a sandbank in a pool or lake. Its occurrence in 1086, as Melse, weakens the legend in the Meaux chronicle that the place was named by the first Norman tenants of the estate after their native town of Meaux (Seine et Marne), ..."
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Source <http://archive.org/stream/thatchamberksits01barfuoft/thatchamberksits01barfuoft_djvu.txt>:
"... John Pury married secondly Isabel, daughter of Waurne, of Beverley. ..."
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Source <https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.roots/FMdZ8BvT9gE>:
"... 22. John Purye
21. Reginald Pury
20. Thomas Pury m. Maude Atmore
19. John Pury m. Isabel Warne
18. Anne Pury m. William Danvers ..."


Isabel married Sir John PURYE, Knt., Lord Of Chamberhouse [451] [MRIN: 198], son of Thomas PURYE [3618] and Mawde ATMORE [3621], about 1430 in , Oxfordshire, England. (Sir John PURYE, Knt., Lord Of Chamberhouse [451] was born in 1408 in , Oxfordshire, England, died after 1480 in Chamberhouse Manor, Thatcham, Berkshire, England and was buried in Thatcham Church, Berkshire, England.)




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