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‎Between 1761 and 1765 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England;

Thomas Pike was recorded as "Churchwarden"

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No. of families2146
Most children13
No. of individuals4595

Family


man Urse de Abetot, Viscount‏‎ 1)
Died ‎1108 2)

Notes: Urse moved to England following the Norman invasion. He served as Sheriff of Worcestershire circa 1069 under King William I before subsequently serving as Constable under William II and Marshal under Henry I. At the time of the Domesday survey, Urse de Abitot, had extensive holdings including in Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire etc.

Married/ Related
to:

woman Alice Unknown‏‎ 1)


Notes: While one charter directly identifies Alice as Urse's wife, that does not necessitate that Alice is Emeline's mother.

Child:

1.
woman Emeline de Abetot‏ 3)


Notes: The source for Emeline's name is no longer extant and therefore cannot be verified: Sir William Dugdale obtained her name from the second register of the Dean and Chapter of Worcester. That Urse was Walter's father-in-law is, however, evidenced.

Sources

1) Source: Norman Institutions "Notification to the bishop of Worcester and the sheriff and men of Worcestershire that Henry has confirmed to Walter de Beauchamp the land granted him by Adeliza, wife Urse of Abetot". Reference: 298. Charter dated 1123-1129, at Vaudreuil (Questionable reliability of evidence)
2) Source: Winchcombe Annals: 1049-1181 "1108... Obiit Urse de Abbetot vicecomes Wig'.". Reference: 122 (Data from secondary evidence)
3) Source: Norman Institutions "Notification to the bishop of Worcester and the sheriff and men of Worcestershire that Henry has confirmed to Walter de Beauchamp the land granted him by Adeliza, wife Urse of Abetot" No direct evidence for Emeline being William's father, only that she was Walter's husband.. Reference: 298. Charter dated 1123-1129, at Vaudreuil (Questionable reliability of evidence)