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There is a lot of good information regarding the de Picquigny (aka, Pynkeney, Pinckney) family in the research paper by Euphemia Smith (aka, Mrs. John Robert Hugh Pinckney).  The source material can be found at   

I've noticed that much of the family information in the research is not represented on wikitree.  Is that because this source has not been considered, or because it's been considered and rejected?


WikiTree profile: Eudes de Picquigny
in Genealogy Help by William Catambay G2G6 Mach 2 (23.1k points)
Perhaps they are unaware of this work. I briefly pursued the book, and sources tend to be very general.
In the first two chapters which goes over the history of the first Pynkeney barons of Weedon, this is what can be ascertained:

Ghilo de Pynkeney (1st Baron of Weedon), son Ghilo, other sons

Ghilo de Pynkeney (2nd Baron) d1130

Ralph de Pynkeney (3rd Baron) six sons: Gilbert, Ghilo, Hugo, Anscher, Ralph and Peter, d~1155

Gilbert de Pynkeney (4th Baron) sheriff of Berkshire 1157, m Eustachia, 2 sons: Henry & Gilbert, d~1173

Henry de Pynkeney (5th Baron), m Lettice de Luci, d1209

Sir Robert de Pynkeny (6th Baron) d1232

Henry de Pynkeny (7th Baron) paid fine in 1242, m1248 to Alicia de Lyndesi, d1253

Henry de Pynkeny (8th Baron) b1227, m to Margaret, d1277

Sir Robert de Pynkeny (9th baron)  d1296 (sep), brother Henry de Pynkeny

Sir Henry de Pynkeny (10th baron), b1256, battle of Falkirk 1298, signed letter to Pope Boniface VIII in 1301, d1346

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