John Wadham: Birth: Abt 1409 in Edge Barton Manor, Branscombe, Devon, England. Death: in Merifield Manor, Ilminster, Chard, Somerset, England
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Note: Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database. Tim Sandburg: Brass at St. Mary's, Ilminster is William in full plate armour. It is unusual because it is the oldest such brass known. There is a copy of the same brass to the left of Henry VIII in the White tower of London. William was the Sheriff of Devon in (20 Hen VI) 1441. Prince "Worthies of Devon" p748. Wyndham p5. IPM from Lib: Exeter West Country Studies, chronicles his death and John as his heir. His age is given in his father's IPM at 21. It is said that Sir William built at Ilminster St. Mary's Church during the time of Henry VII. See Myths, Scenes and Worthies of Somerset p488-92.1441 Sheriff of Devon, proprietor Merifield Manor, near Ilminster, Somerset and Edge Barton, Branscombe, Devonshire, England Maloney, Hendrick & Others - J. H. Maloney
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