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Thomas of Workington Lord of Culwen


  • Marriage: Thomas of Workington Lord of Culwen 160
  • Died: After 1201

bullet  General Notes:

~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 34:25, Thomas, son of Gospatric, married Grace. Grace married Roger de Beauchamp as her second husband sometime before 13 Nov 1200. 160

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Records and Notes. 1388
From the Register & Records of Holm Cultram, pp. 24-25,
55. (C. p. 37; H. 1 and 2).'97b>Grecia, wife of Thomas fitz Cospatric, quitclaims 32 acres on the south side of Aykegile within the dyke which the monks made round that land, i.e. within the fields of Seton, for 7s. a year of the rents of Craykesuthen [Greysouthen] out of the land which William fitz Alred held from the heirs of the said William, or from any other tenant. Witnesses [in H. 1]'97Thomas, priest of Wirkinton, Richard de Neuton, Alan de Cauerton [Camerton ?] Robert de Haverington, Michael fitz Arke. [Before the death of Thomas in 1201; probably as the next, 1185'9689.]

Grace married Thomas of Workington Lord of Culwen, son of Gospatric Lord of Workington in Coupland and Egeline d’Engaine.160 (Thomas of Workington Lord of Culwen died Soon After 13 Nov 1200 in Culwen, England 160.)

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