c. 1585 - 1657
Giddings (Gyddyns), Chief heir of his father and mother. Richard Gidding was the principal heir of his father and mother and his children are mentioned (not by name) in the will of his sister. Thomas Purrier must have thought more highly of him than he did of his son-in-law, Robert Phage as he made him executor of his will and one of those responsible for rearing George Gidding. Although the Clapham Manorial Roll of 18 January 1620/1 mentions that "if Richard Giddinge shall goe & dwell out of this parish…then he maye lett his Commons to the Inhabitants of this Mannor and to no other," he apparently did not leave and is mentioned in the rolls to 1637. (Source: David L. Greene.)
|Born: c. 1585||Baptised: Henlow, Beds., , England 16th Jun 1585 |
|Died: 1657||Buried: Oakley, Beds., England 29th Apr 1657 |
Giddings of Clapham, Beds.
|16th Jun 1585||Baptised Henlow, Beds., England|
|22nd Jun 1620||Married Clapham, Beds., England|
|29th Apr 1657||Buried Oakley, Beds., England|