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Edon Genealogy

Edon Genealogy

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Edon Genealogy- Ancestry of Henry Edon of Barningham, Suffolk.
Edon Genealogy- Ancestry of Henry Edon of Barningham, Suffolk.

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EDON
1. THOMAS
Thomas was likely the father of the Thomas Edon listed below. He was listed in a feoffment by JohnFurceney of Bury dated 24 Aug. 1468.(
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2I. THOMAS
- b.c.1443 Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, m.
AGNES BRETT
(b.c.1448 Bury, d. Aug. 1506Bury), d. May 1496 Bury
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) Suffolk Record Office, Bury St Edmunds Branch- EL13/12/18
2I. THOMAS (THOMAS 1)
  b.c.1443 Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk m.
AGNES BRETT
(b.c.1448 Bury, d. Aug. 1506 Bury), d. of Thomas Brett of Buryd. May 1496 Bury
Abbey at Bury St. Edmunds
Thomas Edon, gent. was a witness to a deed 4 Apr. 1471 from William Brace, fuller of Bury to WilliamBerywey, fuller, Richard Burbage, clerk, John Mey Sr., weaver, Reginald Charderow, weaver and WilliamSymond weaver, all of Bury to a messuage in Bury in the Heyestrete.(
)From the Chancery records c.1480, is a suit by John Croftys against Thomas Edon, and Hugh Babyngtonand his wife Margaret (previously the wife of John Morley), who purchased a messuage from Thomas inBury St. Edmunds.(
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EDON
The market at Bury c.1900
William Thweyt of Bury St Edmunds, gent.,Thomas Edon, gent., William Mathew, clerk, Ralph Otlee, andJohn Seriaunt, chandler, sold to Robert Bret of Bury St Edmunds, mercer and wife Joan, John Aleyn, gent.,William Stevenson, gent., Thomas Edon jun., William Leier, and John Gowty, barker, a messuage andgarden in town of Bury St Edmunds, said messuage lying in the great market place of Bury, between thetenement of John Reve on the south and the tenement of Robert Hogon on the north, abutting on the weston the defensive wall of the town and on the east by the highway of said street, and said garden lying in thewestern suburb of town, between the garden of Joan Bret, widow on the south and the garden of thehospital of St John called Meisoundieu on the north, abutting on the west on the abbey of Bury St.Edmunds and on the east on the common way leading from Rysbygate to Spyntellmellegapp which thesellers lately had jointly, together with other messuages and tenements, with Eleanor Kyng now deceased, by gift and feoffment of John Salman of Bury, mercer, as appears by charter dated 2 Jun. 1 Ric.III [1484],to hold of chief lords of fee for accustomed services. Witnesses: Thomas Heigham, esq. and WilliamHelperby, bailiffs of Bury, William Baret, gent., John Reygate, Robert Hogon, Robert Turnour, JohnBerdewell, Robert Ector and others. Given at Bury St Edmunds, 20 Apr.2 Ric III.(
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The Great Fire of 1608 when the old market hall burned
On 22 Sept. 1488 Thomas was a witness to a deed from John Sygo, clerk, Edwarm Andrew and ThomasLacy, grocer to John Howlot, fuller and his wife Alice, Richard Purdy, chaplain of Thurston, John HowlotSr., Nicholas Tylney and Richard Ormysby to a tenement in the Heystrete in Bury.(
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)Thomas, along with many others, was the recipient of property in the will of Margaret Odeham, widow of John Odeham of Bury St. Edmund, 12 Jan. 1492/3.(
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3I. THOMAS
- b.c.1469 Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, m.
JOAN GATES
(b.c.1480, d.c.1534)II. Richard- b.c.1471, d. Apr. 1551 Dickleburgh, Norfolk. Richard was the Rector of Dickleburgh
III. Henry- b.c.1473, m.c.1499 Mary Olney, d. July 1518 London
IV. Rose- b.c.1476, m.c.1496 George Ashby, d. after 14 Oct. 1516
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EDON
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Wills and Inventories from the Registers of the Commissary of Bury St. Edmunds and the Archdeaconof Sudbury
- Samuel Tymms- The Camden Society, 1850- pp. 75-81(
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) Court of Chancery Records- National Archives- C 1/63/34 and C 1/61/196(
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) Suffolk Record Office- Bury St. Edmunds Branch- title deed 449/2/19(
) ibid- 449/2/18(
) Ibid- HD 1538/170/3
3I. THOMAS (THOMAS 1, THOMAS 2)
 b.c.1469 Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk m.
JOAN GATES
(b.c.1480, d. July 1534 Bury), d. of Clement Gatesd. Apr. 1533 BuryFrom the records of the Court of Chancery pleadings to William Warham, Archbishop of Canterbury asLord Chancellor is a suit of John Porter and Joan, his wife, daughter and heir of John Plumbe, of Thaxtedand Margaret, his wife against Thomas Edon of Bury St. Edmunds, gent., brother-in-law of the saidMargaret concerning lands promised to the said John Plumbe in lieu of moieties of the manors of Barningham Hall and Nether Hall in Barningham called "Seyntclerys" which he was compelled tosurrender by false imprisonement at Bury. The document dates from 1504 to 1515.(
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St. Andrew's church- Barningham
On 26 Nov. 1513 Martin Dullyngham, clerk, William Freman alias Frere and Richard Gotche granted toThomas Lucas, esq., William Bokenham, clerk, John St. John, kt., Thomas Edon, Richard Kyng and JohnHervy of Troston all right in all messuages, lands, tenements, rents and services in Flempton and Lackfordwhich were lately of Edmund Dunwiche and which Roger Dunwiche, his son and heir, inherited on hisdeath, the said lands being held by the above grantors of the grant of the said Roger as appears in a charter of 31 July 1511.(
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