Sir William de Ferrers Profile

    • Sir William de Ferrers
    • ID: I670
    On 12 Dec 1251 his father gave him the manor and advowson of Woodham, the manor of Stebbing, the capital messuage of Chiche (now St Osyth), and the lands of Fairsted, to hold in tail general, by the service of five knights' fees, with reversion to the grantor and his heirs.
    William de Ferrers of Groby obtained, by gift of Margaret, his mother, one of the daughers and co-heirs of Roger de Quinci, Earl of Winchester, the manor of Groby, in Leicestershire, whereupon he assumed the arms of the family of De Quinci. Arms: (as Quincy) Gules, seven mascles voided, or.
    23 Total Ancestors
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  • Last Modified: May 11, 2013
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