THOMAS CAREW was born in the year in Bedington, Surrey, England, son of NICHOLAS CAREW II and ISABELL de LAMARE. He was married in the year in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales to MARY de LAMERE, they gave birth to 1 child. He died on October 31, in Croydon, Surrey, England. This information is part of by on Genealogy footjobxx.xyz: MARY de LAMERE, MARY. Aug 09, · Explore genealogy for Thomas Carew born abt. died Australia including ancestors + more in the free family tree community. login. Thomas Carew (abt. - ) Thomas. Carew. Born about [location unknown] Ancestors. Son.
Thomas Carew was thus duly married-off to Mary Hody (died ), a daughter of William Hody (died ) of "Pillistone" in Dorset, by his second wife Anne Strode, a daughter of John Strode of Chalmington in footjobxx.xyzted Reading Time: 6 mins. Genealogy for Thomas Carew, of Harrobeare (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions Surnames.
The Life of Sir Thomas "Knight" When Sir Thomas "Knight" Carewe of Bickleigh was born in , in Bickleigh, Devon, England, his father, Sir Knight Edmund Carew, was 24 and his mother, Katherine Huddesfield, was He married Lady Elizabeth Smarte in , in Gidea Hall, Essex, England. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 3 daughters. Nov 03, · de Carew (Malemaynes) Birthdate: circa Birthplace: Manor of Great Hoo, Stoke, Kent, England: Death: () Immediate Family: Daughter of (Given Name Unknown) Malemaynes Wife of Sir Thomas Carew Mother of Father John Carew of Beddington; Nicholas de Carew, Keeper of the Privy Seal; Margaret Carew and Edgar de Carew. Occupation.
When Sir Knight Edmund Carew was born in , in Luppitt, Devon, England, his father, Sir Nicholas Carew of Beddington, was 24 and his mother, Margaret Dinham, was He married Katherine Huddesfield before , in Ottery by Tavistock, Devon, England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 8 sons and 3 daughters. the Carew family with Beddington and its Parish Church began about the middle of the 14th century and lasted, at least in name, almost to Victorian times. There are many memorials to members of the family and their dependents in the church at the present time, .