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William Cokayne
(-After 1242)
Sarah
Hugh de Dalbury
William Cokayne
(-Bef 1299)
Alice de Dalbury
(-After 1299)
Roger Cokayne
(-After 1284)

 

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Elizabeth

Roger Cokayne

  • Born: Ashbourne Hall, Derbyshire, England
  • Marriage: Elizabeth
  • Died: After 1284, Derbyshire, England 1190

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 1192
Roger Cockayne of Ashbourne, 1284, the son of William Cockayne and his wife Alice de Dalbury, was father, by Elizabeth his wife, of William Cockayne of Ashbourne, 1299 to 1323, and of five other children, two sons, Richard and Henry, and three daughters, Margaret, Elizabeth and Sarah, the last of whom married Nicholas le Botiler. The younger son of William Cockayne and his wife Alice de Dalbury, brother of Roger Cockayne, was John Cockayne, living in 1286. This John Cockayne, who was "returned burgess for Shaftesbury in the Parliament at Westminster on Sunday next after the feast of St. Martin 13 Nov 23 Edw. I (1295)," married Maud, daughter of Robert de Olderney, and died in 1305, leaving a son, Andreas Cockayne, who died in 1318, and a daughter Margery.

~Cockayne Memoranda, pp. 4-5

• Background Information. 1190
The Cockyne, Cockeyne or Cockaynes were of importance in the co. of Derby soon after the Conquest, and were seated at Ashbourne, in that shire, where some magnificent monuments of the family still remain.

Roger Cockeyn, Esq. of Ashbourne, living 1234 (son of Willliam Cockeyn, by Alice his wife, daughter of Hugh de Dalbury), by Elizabeth his wife, had two sons and three daughters.

~Burkes's A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire, p. 126


Roger married Elizabeth.


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