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Godeleve of Southwork
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Agnes de Cornhill

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• Background Information. 245
The adoption by Gervase of the surname "de Cornhill" can be accounted for because among the records of the duchy of Lancaster is a grant by William, Archbishop of Canterbury (1123-1136), of land at "Eadintune to Gervase and Agnes his wife, Agnes being described as daughter of "Godeleve." By aid of another document relating to the same property, "Godeleve" is called the wife of Edward de Cornhill. This Edward de Cornhill was the son-in-law of "Edward of Southwark."

~Geoffrey de Mandeville: A Study of the Anarchy, (Appendix K.) Gervase de Cornhill, pp. 304-307

Agnes married Gervaise de Cornhill, son of Roger, Sheriff of London and Ingenolda. (Gervaise de Cornhill was born about 1123 in London, Middlesex, England and died on 19 Dec 1182-18 Dec 1184 in Surrey, England 792.)

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