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The manor of Bretforton was granted by Queen Elizabeth I to Robert Dudly, Earl of Leicester, on 29 June 1566. The manor then passed to his brother, Ambrose Dudley, Earl of Warwick, in 1588. In 1679, Capel Hanbury and his wife Honora Hanbury, and Anthony Crompe, sold a fourth part of the manor to William Bagnall. The portion of the manor was the Grange estate, purchased later by the Wylkes family from John Dudley, and sold on to William Canning in 1612. William Canning "is said to have rebuilt [the Grange] in 1635." "[I]n 1642, [William Canning] is said to have sold 'the Farm of the Manor of Bretforton' to Sir John Rous of Rouslench, from whose son, Sir Thomas Rous, it was purchased in 1649 by Sir William Sambach, who died in 1653." [Victoria County History of Worcestershire, Vol. 2 (1906), p. 363]
"1610, 15 Nov. Mr. William [Canninge], son and heir-apparent of Richard Canninge of Foxcott, Warwickshire, esq. specially, bound with Messrs. William Sambach and Michael Rutter; fine, 3L.6s.8d." MIDDLE TEMPLE RECORDS, ed. by Charles Hopwood (1904), Vol. 2, p. 529
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- Will of Endymion Canning (d. 7 Dec. 1683) is available at: blackmorehistory.blogspot.com
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On 17 Apr 2015 at 17:19 GMT James Canning wrote:
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On 19 Sep 2014 at 23:46 GMT James Canning wrote:
(Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons, Vol. 11) Mary (Porter) Canning was the sister of Endymion Porter.
On 18 Sep 2014 at 19:40 GMT James Canning wrote:
On 18 Sep 2014 at 19:34 GMT James Canning wrote:
Similarly, Anne Canning (Roxcote, c 1705-1754) married one Greenwood, sometimes seen in the records as Greenward.
On 17 Sep 2014 at 19:53 GMT Tim Perry wrote:
On 16 Sep 2014 at 23:26 GMT James Canning wrote:
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Anne (Harward) Canning died in 1618. William Canning subsequently married Mary, sister of Endymion Porter. Their son Endymion Canning, bequeathed a sum of money to the poor of Bretforton. Joan Harward was a sister of John Harward (and uncle of Thomas Harward). (Victoria County History of Worcestershire, page 366 - - 1906)
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