|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 2, page 507:
He [Thomas de Camoys (d. 1372)] m., in or shortly before 1327, Margaret,(g) who by her will, dat. 1386, directs her burial to be in the church of St. George at Trotton.(h)
Cal. of Patent Rolls, 1327-30, p. 36.
Nicolas, Test. Vet., p. 122, where Trotton is called Tedington.
In 1346, Margaret appears as one of the six sisters and coheirs of Sir Thomas Rocelyn [Cal. Close Rolls, 1346-9, p. 60]. The reference for her marriage in the text is to Ralph Camoys having licence to grant the manor of Flockthorpe and the advowson of the church of Hardingham to the couple, the licence having been given at the request of Thomas Roscelyn. (In Blomefield's Norfolk, vol. 9, pp. 382, one of the sisters and coheirs of Thomas is identified as Mary, who married Sir John Camois.)
This addition was supplied by Bridget Wells-Furby.
[Item last updated: 24 April 2015.]