Are there sources for Nottinghams in 1200s Leicester, England?

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I am not experienced with researching EuroAristo genealogy, but found some obvious duplicate profiles (thanks to Kenneth Shelton).   

There are four duplicate profiles for Margery (de) Nottingham, who married John Marmion-35.  I've proposed merges for all four into the lowest numbered profile (Nottingham-46).

Attempted to do due diligence on sourcing but was unable to find anything on Margery, her father Henry Nottingham-68, or her grandfather Henry Nottingham-69.  I searched the Medieval Lands database as suggested, but without success.  Her husband John Marmion-35 is not directly listed, though his grandfather is

Would someone with more experience in this varsity level genealogy kindly take a look?  I'll go back to the New Jersey stuff where I sometimes know what I'm doing.  :) 

WikiTree profile: Margery Marmion
asked in Genealogy Help by Heather Husted G2G6 Mach 3 (38.3k points)

1 Answer

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The main line is from Ancestral Roots


Some very obscure-looking sources are cited.  But basically Weis got it from a book by Threlfall on the ancestors of Thomas Bradbury, and it looks like an unusual route to Charlemagne.

I suppose the likeliest place to find any more on Henry de Nottingham would be the Threlfall book.  But I don't think I'd make it a high priority.  He's harmless.
answered by RJ Horace G2G6 Pilot (415k points)

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