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William Cokayne
(Bef 1299-1323)
Sir William Kniveton Knight
John Cokayne
(Bef 1305-After 1332)
Daughter of Sir William de Kniveton
(-After 1360)
John Cokayne
(-After 1357)


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John Cokayne

  • Marriage: Letitia 1190,1192
  • Died: After 1357, Ashbourne Hall, Derbyshire, England 1192

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 1192
John Cockayne, one of the three sons of William and Sarah Cockayne, married a daughter of Sir William de Kniveton of Bradley, co. Derby. By this marriage, he had a son, also named John. This was Sir John Cockayne of Ashbourne, 1357, M.P. for the county of Derby who married Letitia. Letitia survied Sir John and remarried a member of the family of Fitz Herbert of co. Derby, 1360. Letitia brought into the Cockayne family the manor of Clifton, near Ashbourne, with other propery.

~Cockayne Memoranda, p. 6

• Background Information. 1190
William Cockeyn
, of Ashburne, in 1299, by Sarah, his wife, had issue, John living in Ashburne, 1305, father of John Cockayne, who by Letitia his wife, was father of another John Cockney, a person of great distinction.

~Burkes's A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire, p. 126

John married Letitia 1190.,1192 (Letitia died after 1360 in England 1192.)

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