(-Aft 1515)
(-Est 1546)


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1. Unknown

2. Margery


  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Marriage (2): Margery
  • BuriedMale: Est 1546, St Peter, Terwick, Sussex 1

bullet  Notes:

At the time of the dispute over his father John's estate in 1516 John jnr was a weaver in Terwick, although his will of 1546 indicates that he was a farmer. In addition to his wife Margery (qv) he identified 11 children in his will, probably from two marriages. Four of his sons inherited his property: John (the elder), who inherited Redsoll, which was later leased to John's brother Richard; Richard who inherited Thornlands, and was also his father's executor; Robert who inherited part of Thornlands; and Roger who inherited the remainder of the property which was bequeathed to John's wife Margery. John's four younger sons were John (the younger), William, Nicholas and Thomas (qv), who were given livestock, mostly sheep. It is likely that Margery was the mother to these four younger sons. His two daughters were Dorothy, who subsequently married a Mr Lye, and Alice who married a Mr Andrews. He had another son whose name cannot be read clearly in his will - possibly Hindy.

Additional source:
Court of Common Pleas Henry VIII, 1516 f422 and 423, d793 and 794, see


John married Unknown.


John next married Margery. (Margery was buried on 14 Feb 1574 in St Bartholomew, Rogate, Sussex 2.)



1 Probate, Will of John Aylyng proved 2-1-1547, Consistory Court of Chichester Vol 5 p159, West Sussex County RO.

2 Church Register, Rogate, FHL ref 0918260.

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