Thomas Green's immediate neighbors in , are 41 individuals in 14 households.
Sir Thomas Greene, of Green's Norton, b. Norton, 10 Feb 1399/1400, d. 18 Jan 1461/2, sheriff of Northamptonshire, 1454; m. (1) Philippa de Ferrers (115-9) d. 3 Nov 1415.
|Thomas Green age 90|
|Full Name||Known Locations||Address||Birthdate||Phone #||Relatives|
|Thomas M Green||Fordyce, AR|
According to A supplement ot the four volumes of the peerage of England by Arthur Collins, Eleanor's father is listed as Sir Henry Green. Faris, David (1996) Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists, p. 184 7. Thomas Greene, Knt., of Greene's Norton, Sheriff of Northamptonshire, was born at Norton on 10 Feb. 1399/1400. He was married for the first time to Philippe de Ferrers, daughter of Robert de Ferrers, Knt. of Chartley, co. Stafford (descendant of King Edward I), by Margaret, daughter of Edward Despencer, Knt., 4th Lord Despencer (descendant of King Edward I) [see Ferrers 10 for her ancestry]. Sir Thomas Greene died 18 Jan. 1461/2. They were buried at Norton.
Elizabeth Greene, m. abt. 1440, William Raleigh, Esq., of Farnborough, co. Warwick, d. 15 Oct. 1460, son of John Raleigh and his wife Idony Cotesford, dau. of Thomas Cotesford. (The fact fact of this marriage is stated in two later pedigrees, one Greene (British Libary, P 13573 Harl. 1412) and one Raleigh (Visit of Warwick (1619), 77), and supported by the Inq.p.m. of Elizabeth's brother, Sir Thomas Greene, recording that on 4 Jul. 1452 William Raleigh (with other feoffes who were related to Thomas's wife Mathilda (Maud) Throckmorton) were seised of the Greene manor of Kegworth, co. Leicester, which they released to Thomas Greene and his wife Mathilda; but see note at end.)