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William REPINGTON2,3,4

also known as William RYPPYNGTON

about 1480 - 10th Jan 15431

Life History

about 1480


If he was born after the date of his Father's marriage given in the Manduessedum Romanorum this would be after1487.

between 1501 and 1515

Birth of son Francis REPINGTON


Birth of daughter Catherine REPINGTON in Amington Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire


Birth of daughter Anne REPINGTON in Amington Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire

before 1521

Birth of son Humphrey REPINGTON


Fact 1 in Settled a messuage in Amington on his son Francis and his wife Maud daugh

after 1539

Death of son Humphrey REPINGTON in Staffordshire

10th Jan 1543

Died in Amington Hall, Tamworth, Staffordshire / Warwickshire.1

Note that this date conflicts with that given in the Manduessedum Romanorum - 1545.


Probate in Calendars of Wills & Administrations in the Consistory Court of the Bisho

Other facts


Married Joan STOKES


Birth of daughter Edith REPINGTON


Birth of daughter Mary REPINGTON


Birth of son Philip REPINGTON


  • William Repington died in 1511 seised of Amington Hall and was succeeded by his grandson William, who in 1533 settled a messuage in Amington on his son Francis and his wife Maud daughter of Richard Cotton.
  • Manduessedum Romanorum:
    William Repington died 36 Henry VIII. 1545, having married Joan daughter of Robert Stokes of Folkstone near Coventry.
    Note that this date conflicts with that given in the Visitation of Warick (Januray 10, 1543).
  • The National Archives
    Item reference C 1/733/15
    Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions
    Scope and content: Alice, late the wife of Thomas Borne of Whittington, co. Warwick. v. William Ryppyngton, overseer of the will of the said Borne, and Thomas Glascote, his tenant.: Messuages and land in Chartley, and goods of the said Borne.: Stafford.
    Covering dates 1532-1538
    Held by The National Archives, Kew
  • The National Archives
    Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, Lichfield Record Office
    Various Records Relating mainly to Tamworth and its Vicinity
    Creator(s): Ferrers family of Tamworth, Staffordshire
    Grant by Dame Dorothy Ferrers, widow of Sir John Ferrers, knight, to William Repington of Little Amyngton, gentleman, Francis Repyngton his son and heir, John Jekes of Tamworth, gentleman, Richard Jekes, his son and heir, Thomas Wodshawe of Tamworth, chapman, John Wodshaw his son and heir, Thomas Golson of Tamworth, Humphrey Golson his son and heir, Richard Coton of Coton, yeoman, John Coton his son and heir, Nicholas Golson of Drayton Basset, yeoman, John Golson his son and heir, John Darlaston of Wiggynton, yeoman, John Darlaston his son and heir, Nicholas Melburne formerly of Wiggynton, yeoman, and John Melburne his son and heir, of one burgage with appurtenances in Tamworth, Warwickshire, lying in the street called le Buchere and stretching in width between the burgage of Humphrey Ferrers, esquire, son and heir of Dame Dorothy, on one side and the burgage of John Jekes on the other, and in length from the aforesaid street to the land of the vicars of the collegiate church of St Edith of Tamworth; also all her lands and tenements, meadows, pastures and leasowes in the fee of Wigginton which she had by the gift and feoffment of Ralph Lago. Nicholas Agard, gentleman, and Thomas Clerke appointed as attorney for livery of seisin 20 Oct [1530]
    Date: Tamworth, 20 October, 22 Henry VIII
    Seal: a flaming heart; legend
    Endorsed: Feoffment from Dorothy Ferrers, mother to Sir Humphrey Ferrers, of a burgage in Tamworth and other lands in the [lordship] of Wigginton for performance of her will
  • Antiquarian collection of George Eld fl 1862-1911, of Coventry, Antiquarian.
    Draft Articles of Agreement made between Robert Stoke (of Kegworth, Leics., esq.), and Dom Edward Drewe (clerk) and William Fletcher (of Coleshill, Warws., grazier)
    PA 17/112/1
    7th June 1526
    1. Dom Edward Drewe will pay £3 and William Fletcher 40/- to Robert Stoke now, and Edward Drewe will pay another 40/- next [11th. Nov.], for two Coventry tenements (occupied by John Hyll, draper).
    2. E. Drewe will make before [11th. Nov.] sufficient title with R. Stoke's feoffees (Edmund Pounte, esq.; George Pounte, gent.; Robert Grene, gent.; Richard Catesby, esq.; himself, William Sacheverell, Richard Sacheverell's son Henry,
    Hugh Hasylryge and William Repington jun.) according to a deed (35 Edward I) made between Robert Stoke and Richard Walishale (of Coventry, merchant and innholder) and his wife Juliana.
    3. Drewe and W. Fletcher will pay R. Stoke (of Kegworth) on 29th. Sept., 1526 13/4 for chief rent for the two tenements.
    4. Drewe will secure title further as Stoke may request.
    5. The feoffees will hold the tenements for Drewe's life and then for those of Joan, wife of Thomas Johnson (of Coventry, tailor) as Drewe's sister, her issue, her sister Katherine Drewe and Stoke successively.

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