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John Fastolf (abt. 1370)

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John "of Fishley" Fastolf
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Biography

John Fastolf of Fishley shouldn't be confused with John Fastolf of Oulton in Suffolk or his more famous cousin, Sir John Fastolf.[1]

"Julian aforesaid, on the death of Robert Avenel, remarried Nicholas Kymbell of Bedfordshire, Esq., of Bedfordshire; but it appears that she had a daughter and heir, Alice, who married John Fastolf of Fishley, in Norfolk, Esq., by whom she also had a daughter and heir, Alice, who married Edmund Wychingham of Fishley and Upton, Esq., 2d son of Nicholas de Wychingham, 2d son of William de Wychingham and Margaret his wife: this Edmund left, by the said Alice, 4 daughters and co-heirs; Elizabeth, married William Berdwell, Esq. of West Herling; Frances, to Sir William Nevill of Burscomb in Gloucestershire; Amy, to Richard Southwell of Wood Rising; and Joan to Sir Richard Longstrother, and after to Robert Boys."[2]

Sources

  1. See [http://www.genealogy.com/forum/general/topics/medieval/2232 Re: Alice Fastolf daughter of Sir John Fastolf??] (2002 genforum post by Vance Mead)]. The 1444 will of John Fastolf of Oulton mentions his two daughters Joan and Margaret, but no daughter Alice. See Colin Richmond,The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century: Volume 1, The First Phase (2002), p. 222, note 43. The 1478 will of John Fastolf of Oulton's widow Catherine is quoted in Alfred Inigo Suckling's [https://books.google.com/books?id=YvI9AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA38&dq=fastolf+of+oulton&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjxr-WEq8DaAhVqn-AKHe1-D6YQ6AEIMjAC#v=onepage&q=fastolf%20of%20oulton&f=false The History and Antiquities of the County of Suffolk (1848), p. 40. The Wikipedia page of the third [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fastolf Sir John Fastolf, made famous by Shakespeare, is at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fastolf.
  2. Francis Blomefield and Charles Parkin, An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk (1808), p. 430.


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