Robert LANGREGGE (c1470-?)
may have been born about 1470 and possibly in East Grinstead, Sussex. He
was a yeoman.
had 2 known children:
may have been born about 1499 and possibly in East Grinstead. He married
Sybell. (They have their own page.)
may have been born about 1501 and possibly in East Grinstead.
I have taken the
above family group from various websites and have not proved or disproved
the details for myself. I am assuming someone has seen a will for
Robert or perhaps manorial records showing the transfer of property, but I
have not seen that anyone has given any details as to the existence of the
The Langridge line
may descend as follows, but again I haven't double checked the data for
Langeregg was born in 1327 in West Hoathly.
Langregg was born in 1400 in East Grinstead. He married
Langeriche was born in 1435 in East Grinstead. He married
Langregge was born in 1470 in East Grinstead. He married
Mary. They had 2 children.
Langridge was born in 1499 in East Granstead and died there in
1558. He married Sybell. They had 5 children.
Langridge was born in 1537 in East Grinstead and died in 1613.
He married Rose. She died in 1591. They had 4
children. [Edward's year of death is wrong. His wife Rose
died a widow in 1591. Edward died in 1590 and left a will, a copy of
which I will obtain when next at the ESRO.]
Langridge was baptised on 15 December 1566 in East Grinstead.
[Although his baptism appears in the East Grinstead registers, the names
of his parents were not recorded. Therefore, I assume someone has seen
the will of Edward senior which states 1566 Edward was his son.]
He married Johane Terrie on 19 August 1592. They had
Langridge was born in 1593 in East Grinstead and died in 1648.
He married Rody Taylor (1595-1619). They had 2
children. [So far I have not seen anything to prove 1593 John was
the one who married Rody.]
Langridge was born in 1617 in East Grinstead. He married
Alice Fieldwick in 1642. They had 3 children. [If
his father remarried after Rody's death, to Bridget in 1622, then 1617 John
probably died young, as John and Bridget named a son John in 1624. And
1624 John was probably to young to have married Alice in 1624. I'd
like more proof that 1617 John was the one who married Alice.]
is the above and what evidence survives to support the lineage?
There would seem to
be several Langridge wills at the East Sussex record office and at some
point I will obtain copies.
This page was reviewed on 11 April 2012