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Nicholas Carew Esquire
Margaret Fiennes
(Abt 1415-1503)
Sir Thomas Hoo Knight of the Garter, 1st Baron Hoo & Hastings
Alianore Welles
(Abt 1428-)
James Carew Esquire
Alianore Hoo
(Abt 1449-)
Sir Richard Carew Knight
(Abt 1470-1520)


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Malyn Oxenbridge

Sir Richard Carew Knight

  • Born: Abt 1470 599
  • Marriage: Malyn Oxenbridge 599,1048
  • Died: 23 May 1520, Devonshire, England about age 50 1183,1259

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 927
James Carew
married Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of lord Hoo, and they had, Sir Richard Carew, his son, who was created a banneret at Blackheath, in 1501, to whom, in the nineteenth year, the King grants the shewardship of the manor of Walton upon the Hill, in Surry; who was made lieutenant of Calis, by Hen. VII and continued in that honourable post under Henry VIII. He made his will on 10 May 1520, proved in 1522 therein mentioning his lady Malyn, daughter of Robert Oxenbridge of Forden in Sussex, and devising his lands in Surry, Sussex, Lincoln, Essex and Guisnes to Nicholas, his son who was afterwards selected knight of the garter.

~Collin's The English Baronetage, Vol. IV pp. 160-161

• Background Information: Sir Nicholas Carew from The History of Parliament Online Database. 1174
Sir Richard Carew of Beddington and his wife, Matilda, daughter of Sir Robert Oxenbridge of Ford, Sussex were the parent of Sir Nicholas Carew.

• Background Information. 1048
~The Visitations of the County of Surrey Made and Taken in the Years 1530, p. 17, Sir Richard Carew Knight of Beddington, 17 Henry VII married Maud daughter of Robert Oxenbridge, Knight.

• Background Information. 599
Sir Richard Carew was Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, 1501-1592, Lieutenant of Calais, son and heir and age 23 in 1493. He was made a Knight Banneret by King Henry VII after the Battle of Blackheath in 1497.

~Richardson's Plantagenęt Ancestry, pp. 227-228

• Background Information. 1259
Richard Carew was the only son of James Carew and his wife, Eleanor, daughter of Leonard lord Wells, of which family Eleanor's issue were also coheirs. Richard Carew was made a knight banneret at the battle of Blackheath in 1497; in in 1501, he was sheriff of Surrey; and he held the high office of lieutenant of Calais in the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII. He officiated as sewer at the enthronization of Archbishop Warham in 1504/5; and during on the 18th of May, 1520, was interred in the church at Beddington.

~A Topographical History of Surrey. p. 54

Richard married Malyn Oxenbridge, daughter of Sir Robert Oxenbridge Knight and Anne Lyvelode 599.,1048 (Malyn Oxenbridge died on 3 Oct 1544 in Beddington, Surrey, England 599 and was buried in 1544 in Beddington, Surrey, England 599.)

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