“Margaret” Margery EveringhamAge: 34 years13001334

Name
“Margaret” Margery Everingham
Birth about 1300 20 20
Death of a maternal grandfatherRoger de la Warre
June 20, 1320 (Age 20 years)
Death of a motherClarice de la Warre
August 25, 1321 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a son
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Robert Standish
1325 (Age 25 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherAlice de la Hyde
April 1, 1326 (Age 26 years)
Death 1334 (Age 34 years)
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father
Adam Everingham
Birth: August 29, 1279 24 19Sherburn, North Yorkshire (Inghilterra)
Death: May 8, 1341Southwell, Nottinghamshire (Inghilterra)
mother
herself
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husband
herself
son

Note

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Unknown-137605 Everingham is an ancien t English surname. It is locational and originates from the village o f Everingham in the East Riding of the county of Yorkshire. This villa ge is first recorded as early as the year 972 a.d. in the famous Anglo -Saxon Chronicles. The name means"The place of the Eofor people", a lo cal tribe of some significance. Locational surnames were originally gi ven either to the lord of the manor and his descendants, or to forme r villagers, who for whatever reason, left their original homes and mo ved elsewhere. One of the easiest ways to identify a stranger was to c all him or ocassionally her, by the name of their former home. Spellin g being at best problematical, and local dialects very thick, often le ad to the development of'sounds like'spellings. In this case the firs t recording is far from Everingham, Adam de Everingham being recorde d in the Hundred Rolls of the city of Nottingham in the year 1273, alt hough another Adam Everingham is recorded in the village of Laxton, al so East Yorkshire in 1334, when his daughter Margaret, was christene d there. The name has always been well recorded in its native county , and examples of these recordings taken from early surviving church r egisters include those of Baldrini Everingham, whose daughter Maria, w as christened at Darrington on September 12th 1599, and later John an d Martha Everingham, who were married at Hallgate Zion Independant chu rch, Cottingham, on September 29th 1757. Read more: http://www.surname db.com/Surname/everingham#ixzz1vQkn434Y Sources • Ancestry Famil y Trees This citation provides evidence for Margaret (Margery) Eleano re Everingham • Cheshire, England, Extracted Parish Records: Cheshir e, England, Extracted Parish Records about Matthew Standish Sir Rober t Sir Robert Text: Matthew Standish has heard the prothonotary and ot hers at Lancaster say that such a fine was levied. He knows Sir Rober t was outlawed, because he was desired by Sir Robert to be of Book: Ma rton Marriages. Addenda Et Corrigenda. (Marriage) Collection: Lancashi re & Cheshire: - Cases in the Court of Star Chamber, 1499-1528 Sourc e Information: Ancestry.com. Cheshire, England, Extracted Parish Recor ds [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 20 01. Original data: Electronic databases created from various publicati ons of parish and probate records. 1 citation provides evidence for Na me, Marriage • Millennium File: Millennium File about Margaret Elean or