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Robert Stoughton (abt. 1395 - abt. 1437)

Robert Stoughton
Born about in Stoughton, Sussex, Englandmap
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Died about at about age 42 in Godalming, Surrey, Englandmap
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Biography

18 July 1430: Robert Stoughton, along with a Henry Stoughton, were among the grantees to the manor of Catteshall, Surrey, England. [1]

Robert (fl. 1437) ws the son of Thomas Stoughton. [2]

Sources

  1. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, Preserved in the Public Record Office. Henry IV, Vol. II, 1429-1436 (Mackie and Co. Ltd, London, 1907) p. 62.
  2. Benolte, Thomas; Philipot, John; Owen, George; and Bannerman, W Bruce, ed. The Visitations of the County of Sussex: 1530 and 1633-4. London: The Harleian Society, 1905. Vol LIII, p 79, Stoughton.




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