Dering Brasses, Pluckley church :: Shared Description

John Dering acquired the Pluckley Manor of Surrenden through his marriage to Christian Haut.
They had two sons, and he died in 1425. Christian died about 1473 having remarried Reynold Dryland. The eldest son Richard married twice, his second marriage to Agnes Eyton produced four sons and two daughters. He died in 1481.
The eldest son John then married Julian Darrell. They had two daughters and two sons, the eldest Nicholas married Alice Bettenham and died in 1517. The other son Richard, was Lieutenant of Dover Castle, and the five ports under five Lord wardens, and died in 1556. Nicholas had four daughters and one son John, who married Margaret Brent. They had nine children including Richard Dering who died in 1612 aged 82. He married Margaret Twysden, they had five sons, Anthony, Thomas, Twysden, George, and Edward.
Anthony the eldest son, married twice, firstly Mary Goring, they had a daughter Jane who died in 1607. Anthony secondly married Frances Bell and they had six sons and two daughters, the eldest son was Edward. Anthony died in 1636 aged 78.

by Julian P Guffogg
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TQ9245 : Brass to Richard Dering, St Nicholas' church, Pluckley by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Brass to John Dering, St Nicholas' church, Pluckley by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Brass to Marie and Jane Dering, Pluckley church by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Brass indent to Christian Haut, St Nicholas' church, Pluckley by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Brass to John & Julyan Dering, Pluckley church by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Brass to John Dering, St Nicholas' church, Pluckley by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Nicholas Dering, St Nicholas' church, Pluckley by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Alice Dering, St Nicholas church, Pluckley by Julian P Guffogg
TQ9245 : Brass to Richard Dering and wife Margaret, Pluckley church by Julian P Guffogg


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Created: Mon, 3 Dec 2012, Updated: Mon, 3 Dec 2012

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