Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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Sir Stephen de THORPE (c1375-1428)

and Elizabeth CONSTABLE


Sir Stephen de Thorpe married Elizabeth Constable.  They may have been my 18x Great Grandparents.  (Click here to see their place in my pedigree chart.)

Stephen de Thorpe was born about 1375 in Yorkshire.  He was the son of Stephen de Thorpe (c1347-?) and Elizabeth.  He died on 28 September 1428.

Elizabeth Constable was born about 1375 in Yorkshire.  She was the daughter of Sir Marmaduke Constable and Katherine Comberworth.  She died after 14 February 1450.


Stephen de Thorpe and Elizabeth Constable had the following son:

  1. Stephen de Thorpe of Goxhill or Gowsill was born about 1398.  He married Isabella de Plumpton.  (They have their own page.)


From British History Online:
Appointment of Thomas Davy, John Hunte, Thomas Lamport and William Harper, wardens of the mistery of Goldsmiths, William Louthe, John Lyncoln, Stephen de Thorpe and John de Luton, goldsmiths, as arbitrators in an action between Henry Bamme, plaintiff, and Hervy Rokhawe, defendant, with regard to lands in Fulham, Braynford and Illyng (fn. 8) .


Many thanks to Helen Thorpe for passing on the above details.