John AYLING
(-1517)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Agnes

John AYLING 1

  • Marriage (1): Agnes
  • Died: Before 1517, Of, Bramshott, Hampshire 2
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bullet  Notes:

The Ayling family of Stedham and Woolbeding in Sussex was probably of Saxon origin: their early history has been reviewed by Chris Ayling at http://boards.ancestry.ie/surnames.ayling/164/mb.ashx.

John Ayling of Bramshott in Hampshire was most likely the founder of this branch of the family. His executors were his widow Agnes who subsequently married Stephen Durrant; and his eldest son Philip. They brought a case in the Court of Common Pleas in 1516 for trespass against Richard Ayling (qv) and John Ayling (qv), presumably John's younger sons who had taken goods from his executors because they felt they had not been given a fair share of their father's estate. The list of goods given in the case indicates that John snr was a farmer and weaver.

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John married Agnes. (Agnes died after 1515 3.)

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Sources


1 Court of Common Pleas, Henry VIII, 1516 f422 and 423, d793 and 794, see https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.ayling/173/mb.ashx.

2 Inference, Court of Common Pleas Henry VIII, 1516 f422 and 423, d793 and 794, see https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.ayling/173/mb.ashx.

3 Inference, Court of Common Pleas, Henry VIII, 1516 f422 and 423, d793 and 794, see https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.ayling/173/mb.ashx.


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