Robert EYRE

Father: 15th._Century EYRES


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Notes

!SOURCE: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND: A HISTORY OF WILTSHIRE, Vol. VII, p. 182. (980124 samayars@@ohio.net) "William, Alice, and Robert Blund were free tenants of the manor of Bromham in the reign of Edward I. In 1314 William le White and Alina his wife were granted land in Bromham and Compton Bassett by Thomas de Clenche. White may have been a relative of Walkelin le Blunt, mentioned under Roches Manor. ...In 1430 John Hwyt held a tenement in Bromham called Hwytes. Alice, relict of Wm. Whyte of Bromham, conveyed property to Robert Eyer and Thomas Speeke in 1438. Thomas Whyte of Bromham, who died 1545, left land in the parish.

!SOURCE: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND: A HISTORY OF WILTSHIRE, Vol. VII, p. 182. (980124 samayars@@ohio.net) "In 1430 Robert le Eyr held a tenement in Bromham called *** le Eyres and Mayhowe. The grant to Robert in 1438 has been mentione above in connexion with the whites."


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