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(Sir) John Inge and Alice Basset

HUSBAND:
(Sir) John Inge. [PC W2-9-9-1-1].
Born about 1265 {S7}. Of Corton Denham, Somerset, England.

Corton Denham is a village and parish in Somerset, England, situated seven miles north east of Yeovil in the South Somerset district. The village was named Corfetone in the Domesday Book of 1086, coming from the Old English meaning the settlement in a cutting. The second part of the name comes from the Dynham (later Dynham) family who held the manor from the 12th century until 1509. {S3}.

He married Alice Basset about 1289. {S7}.

Grant by William, the prior, and the convent of Goldclyve to Sir John Inge, knighr, of the manors of Prestone and Selver, for life, paying a red rose yearly for the first ten years, and 20l. yearly thereafter. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Monte Acuto, John Mauduyt, John de Erlegh, Thomas de Marlebergh, William de Whitefeld, knights, and others (named). London, Tuesday the vigil of the Annunciation, 6 Edward III. Seal. {S5}.

In 1329 Thomas ap Adam, son of Sir John ap Adam of Beverston, granted the manor [of East Hampnett] to Sir John Inge. {S4}.

John Inge and Alice Basset v. William Inge, rector of the church of Henton; a messuage, a mill, 2 carucates of land, 50s. rent in Esthamptonet [East Hampnett]; to John and Alice for life, remainder to John son of said Alice and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Hildebrand his brother, Joan and Alice his sisters, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John Inge. (File 57. No. 13.) . {S1}.

in 1340 they sold their respective rights in the manor to Richard, Earl of Arundel. {S4}.

John Inge, knight, and Alice Basset to retain the manor of Corston, settled on them for their lives by Thomas ap Adam, knight, with remainder to Thomas his son, Joan wife of the said Thomas, and the heirs of their bodies, remainder to John son of the said Alice and the heirs of his body, remainder to Hildebrand also her son and the heirs of his body, remainder to Alice her daughter and the heirs of her body, remainder to Elizabeth also her daughter and the heirs of her body, remainder to the right heirs of William Inge, parson of the church of Hinton. 20 Edward III. {S2}.

Sir John Inge died in 1349. Corton Denton was settled on John Inge, possibly his grandson. {S6}. Descendants of his owned the village until 1484.

WIFE:
Alice Basset.
Born about 1268, of North Elmshall, Yorkshire, England. {S7}.

CHILDREN of (Sir) John Inge and Alice Basset:
  1. [F128466945]. Joan Inge. [PC W2-9-9-1-1]. She married Thomas ap ADAM [F128466944].


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