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The seventh William Gascoigne in Thoresby's pedigree: 'William Gasocigne of Gawthorp marr Agnes dau & heiress of Nicholas Frank'. Flowers gives her name as 'Margaret dau & heir of Nycholas Franke of Alwodley'.
Children (per Thoresby):
1. Sir William Gascoigne chief justice d 17/12/1412 married (1) Elisabeth dau of Alexander Mowbray (2) Joan dau of Sir William Pickering 2 Nicholas 2nd son, of Lasingcroft marMAry dau of Sir Hugh Cliderhow 3 Richard 3rd son obit 1422 of Hunslet ,arr Anne dau of Hew Ellis 4 Thomas 4th s 5 John 5th s a clerk 6 Anne marr Sir Rob Constable 7 Elisabeth marr John Ashe
"He was known as William Gascoigne of Harewood, Senior. In addition to the Gawthorpe estate (which he most likely inherited), he purchased the lands in Harewood from Robert de Insula de Rugemont in 1363. He also obtained settlement of lands at Harewood, Werrdeley (Weardley) and Weton (Weeton) to his son William in 1373.
"On his death in 1383 at Gawthorpe the family divided into two branches, the senior branch descending through his son William at Gawthorpe and the junior branch through his second son Nicholas who acquired the estate of Lasingcroft in 1392."
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William VII is 21 degrees from Mary Cassatt, 30 degrees from Salvador Dali, 28 degrees from Théodore Géricault, 25 degrees from Hans Heysen, 28 degrees from Bruno Liljefors, 30 degrees from Margaret Mackintosh, 22 degrees from Charles Porter, 32 degrees from Rembrandt van Rijn, 17 degrees from John Sargent, 20 degrees from Tom Thomson, 35 degrees from Jan Vermeer and 22 degrees from Mindy Silva on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.