Sir Edward Dalyngridge Edward
- Died: Bef 1395, Bodiam Castle, Sussex, England
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1241
The heiress of of Sir Henry de Wardedieux (died bedfore 1315) married Sir Edward Dalyngridge, born about 1346, the builder of Bodian Castle. He was the son of John Dalyngryde of the manor of that name, in the parishes of West Hoathly and East Grinstead, who married Joan, daughter and coheiress of Sir Walter Lynde, of Bolebrook, and took the arms of that family.
Sir Edward's son and heir, Sir John Dalyngridge, who is mentioned in the records as lord of Sheffield in 1408, made his will 22 Jun 1417, when about to sail with Henry V's second epedition to France. He entailed the Bodiam estate upon his first cousins, the children of his uncle, Walter Dallingride.
The family of Lewknor were the next owners of Bodiam, Phillipa, niece of Sir Edward Dalyngride having married Sir Thomas Lewknor.
~The Parks and Forest of Sussex, pp. 40-41
• Background Information. 1055
Sir Edward Dalingruge (brother of Walter Dalinguge), was the grandson and heir of John Dalingrage, of Dalingruge in Sussex, by Joan his wife, daughter and heir of Walter de la Lynde, of Bolebrake, by Joan his wife, aunt of one of the heirs of Philip de Nevile, and daughter of Hugh de Nevile, & (his wife a) daughter, and of of the heirs of Alice de Curcy, and Warren Fitzgerald, a Noble Baron, and Chamberlain to King John. And the said Alice de Curcy, was sister and heir of John de Curcy, Earl of Ulster, in Ireland, son and heir of William de Curcy, Baron of Stoke-Curcy, in the reigh of King Henry II, lineally descened from Richard de Curcy, a Noble Norman, living Anne 1090, in the time of Robert, second Duke of Normandy.
~ Collin's The Peerage of England, Vol. I, p. 510