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Alexander de Cruwys

Constance de London

  • Marriage: Alexander de Cruwys

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• Web Reference: Cruwys of Cruwys Morchard. 1452,1453,1455
Alexander de Cruwys married Constance in whose right he held Little Rackenford, Great Rackenford and Sydeham. [Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol. 7, p. 253 No. 344] Her parentage is uncertain but as an heiress to the property it would be reasonable to assume she was the daughter of the previous immediate holder of Rackenford, Stephen de London. In the 1292 IPM of Hugh de Courtenay, the manor and advowson of Rackenford was held by Stephen de London. [Testa de Nevill, pt. 2, p. 761] He was still holding the manor in the 1303 Feudal Aids. [68] On 14 August 1312 it was Alexander de Cruwys who presented at Rackenford. [Inquisitions and Assessments Relating to Feudal Aids, vol. I (Bedford - Devon), p. 363]

Constance married Alexander de Cruwys, son of Sir Robert Cruwys Knight and Matilda Fitz Payn. (Alexander de Cruwys was born before 1280 in Cruwys Morchard, Devonshire, England and died Shortly After 13 Oct 1331 in England.)

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