Thomas Ferrers, Esq. was born between 1392 and 1402 at of Hethe & Flecknoe, Warwickshire, England; Age 40+ at father's death in 1445 and age 50+ in 1452. He was the second son.
His wife, Elizabeth Freville, also a descendant of a signer of the Magna Carta and a descendant of Charlemagne; daughter of Baldwin Freville, Knt., of Tamworth, Warwickshire, by Maud, daughter of Stephen le Scropt, Knt., knight of the Tamworth Castle, 2nd Lord Scrope of Masham; she was aged 24 in 1418 and 26 in 1420. They were married before 1418.
They had two sons, Thomas, Knt., and Henry, Knt.
In 1440 Roger Aston, Knt., Thomas Ferrers, Esq., and Hugh Willoughby, Knt., sued John Prynce, yeoman, of Warwick for waste and destruction in houses, woods and gardens which had been demised to him for a term of years. 
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