Fereby, John Sir

Male Abt 1380 - Abt 1454  (~ 74 years)

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  • Name Fereby, John 
    Suffix Sir 
    Born Abt 1380 
    Gender Male 
    Reference Number 3480 
    Died Abt Nov 1454 
    • I. John Fereby, sold to Thomas Walsingham in 1433 eight acres of land near the manor of Chameynes in Paul's Cray (Webb, Miller, and Beckwith. "History of Chisehurst", p.l 14) He married Alice .... and had issue _ 1. Thomas Fereby (II)
      2.,3.,4. Three other sons, one of whom was perhaps William Ferry (sic), citizen and mercer of London, an executor of the will of Thomas Ballard, proved P.C.C.(14 Godyn) 1466.
      5. Alice, married firstly, John Perm, citizen and mercer of London, and Aldenham, Herts, and had issue three sons, John, Thomas, and Ralph, and two daughters, Alice and Margaret. She married secondy, John Newbury (Early Chancery Proceedings, b. 62, no. 430).
      6. Another daughter.
      The testament of John Fereby is dated 6 Nov. and his will was proved Holy Innocents Day 1454 (Rochester Wills, ii, 26, no probate act entered.) He desires to be buried "in the church of St. Paulinus on the south side of St. Catherine's chapel". There are bequests to the fabric of the church; to the poor on the day of his burial; to the rector for tithes forgotten; to the prior of Tonbridge; to the abbot of Lessness; to the altars of St. Catherine and St. Edmund; to John and Alice , sons of John Perm; and to the mother of John Fereby the younger. It appears from recitals in his will, made in the presence of Master John Sone, rector of St. Paul's Cray, that the feoffes of his lands in Kent
      included ((among 9 others)) John Fereby the younger; that he executed a deed "of a ceratin almshouse inSt. Paul's Cray"; that another deed executed between him and the abbot of Lessness that provided out of the issue of his manor in Lesnes-marsh, of which his son Thomas was enfeoffed, a chaplain should be found to celibrate in the chapel of St. Catherine in Paul's Cray church for twenty years after his death. Propperty in St. Mary Cray, Sotton (Suttton?), and Farningham is to be sold for the good of his soul; the residue of his lands in Kent is left to his wife Alice for life, with the remainder to his son Thomas. Witnesses are John Fereby the younger, William Hickock, Robert Foster, and Robert Aylemer.
      Thorpe writes in 1769 that in the upper end of the south aisle in Paul's Cray church, on a grave stone, there was a brass plate half torn off, with the following inscription in black letter:- "Hie jacet Johannes Fereby generosus, qui ob... Decembris Anno Domini MCCC..." (Registrum Roffense, p. 1002). Above the inscription were two plates of brass and the effigies of John Ferby and his wife; in 1769 the lower part of his effigy was torn away and that of his wife quite gone. Under his figure were four sons, and under the mark of her plate two daughters.
      ((NOTES: East Sussex Revord Office, Deeds of the Manor of Boarzell and land (140a) in Ticehurst and Etchingham
      FILE - Grant - ref. DUN 1/9 - date: 19 Nov
      1428 [from Scope and Content] William Hermer of Etchingham to John Fereby the elder, John Fereby the younger and Robert Cauntlou' of St Paul Cray (Paulynyscreye), Kent, and the assigns of JF the elder.
      FILE - Quitclaim - ref. DUN 1/11 - date:
      13 Feb 1432 [from Scope and Content] William Hermer of Etchingham to John Fereby the elder and John Fereby the younger and to the heirs of JF the elder. FILE - Quitclaim - ref. DUN 1/12 - date:
      27 Oct 1432 [from Scope and Content] John Hermer, son and heir of William Hermer of Etchingham to John Fereby the elder and John Fereby the younger and to the heirs of JF the elder.
      FILE - Quitclaim - ref. DUN 1/21 - date: 30 May 1449 [from Scope and Content] William Stevyday, Thomas Seyn Nicholas, John Monyn, John Hensell and John Congerst to Thomas Hoo, John Fereby and Thomas Fereby.))
    Person ID I27530  Hougham
    Last Modified 16 Jun 2012 

    Father De Fereby, John
              b. Abt 1360
              d. 1441  (Age ~ 81 years) 
    Mother Agness
              d. 1419 
    Family ID F9780  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Living 
    +1. Fereby, Thomas
              b. Paul's Cray, Kent Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. Bef 24 Mar 1548/1549
     2. Living
     3. Living
     4. Living
     5. Fereby, Alice
              b. Abt 1410
     6. Living
    Family ID F9778  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart