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Alexander de Cruwys
(Cir 1340-Between 1382/1382)
Julianne
(-After 1414)
Walter Corneus
(-1404)
Robert Cruwys
(Abt 1367-Between 1403/1404)
Margaret de Corneus
(-After 1413)
Thomasina Cruwys

 

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Richard Pollard

Thomasina Cruwys

  • Born: Cruwys Morchard, Devonshire, England
  • Marriage: Richard Pollard 599

bullet   Another name for Thomasina is Thomasina Cruse.

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 599
Humphrey Poybtz married Elizabeth Pollard, daughter and co-heir of Richard Pollard by his wife Thomasine, daughter and heir of Robert Cruse.

Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Medieval and Colonial Families, p. 415

• Background Information. 160
Humphrey Poyntz, born about 1430, lord of Elkstone, Gloucester and right of wife, lord of Over Woolacome and East East Ansty, Devonshire, was escheator of Devon in 1460. He died 10 Oct 1486 and was married to Elizabeth Pollard, living in 1486, the daughter and soul heir of Richard Pollard by wife, Thomasin Cruse, daughter and coheir of Robert Cruse (Cruwys), of Cruwys Morchard, Devonshire. 246E:37


Humphrey Poyntz, born about 1430, lord of Elkstone, Gloucester and right of wife, lord of Over Woolacome and East East Ansty, Devonshire, was escheator of Devon in 1460. He died 10 Oct 1486 and was married to Elizabeth Pollard, living in 1486, the daughter and soul heir of Richard Pollard by wife, Thomasin Cruse, daughter and coheir of Robert Cruse (Cruwys), of Cruwys Morchard, Devonshire.

~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 234A:36

• Web Reference: Cruwys of Cruwys Morchard. 1199,1446,1447,1448
Thomasina married Richard Pollard, the son of John Pollard and Emma Doddescombe. [Visitations of the County of Devon, Comprising the Heralds Visitations of 1531, 1564 and 1620, by J.L. Vivian (1895). p. 597] On 20 September 1413, Richard Pollard posted a £100 bond to enter arbitration with John Cruwys regarding the dispute over East Anstey and Little Rackenford. The pedigrees given in the suits to follow help prove their place in the ancestry. [Pedigrees from the Plea Rolls, by George Wrottesley. pp. 408, 435, 452] In 1426, in perhaps a compromise of the dispute, John Cruwys, William Norton and Richard Pollard jointly presented to East Anstey and all three were listed as holding East Anstey in 1428. [Inquisitions and Assessments Relating to Feudal Aids, vol. I (Bedford - Devon), By Great Britain. Public Record Office (1899). P. 468 ] [Register of Edmund Lacy, Bishop of Exeter (A.D. 1420-1455) part I, by Rev. F.C. Hingeston-Randolph (1909). p. 88] A moiety of the manor of Over Wallacombe would descend through them to their daughter Elizabeth Pollard, wife of Humphrey Poyntz. [Inquisitions and Assessments Relating to Feudal Aids, vol. I (Bedford - Devon), By Great Britain. Public Record Office (1899). p. 467] [Website: Notes on Medieval Genealogy - by Chris Phillips, accessed January 2013. Feet of Fine Transcriptions, CP 25/1/46/93, number]


Thomasina married Richard Pollard, son of John Pollard and Emma Doddescombe.1199 (Richard Pollard was born in 1405 in Way, Devonshire, England 1199.)


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