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Surname Thweng (Thwenge, Thweng of Cornborough (Cornburgh), nr Sheriffhutton, and Southburn)
First name Edmund
Nickname  
Dating 1344
Location Sheriff Hutton
Life dates Birth: ABT 1280-81 in Cornborough, Malton, North Riding Yorkshire, England
Death: 15 OCT 1344 in Cornborough, Malton, North Riding Yorkshire, England
Title Sir
Close relatives Father: Sir John (Marmaduke?) (of Cornburgh) Thweng b: ABT 1261 in Kilton Castle, Cleveland, Yorkshire, England - d. 12/2/1330
Mother: Joan Mauley b: ABT 1265 in Yorkshire, England - 1345-7 (7/13/1347)
Brothers: Robert de Thweng and Marmaduke de THWENG
Marriage (BEF 1300) Isabel Constable b: ABT 1281 in Flamborough, Bridlington, East Riding Yorkshire, England - 1346, England, Yorkshire, North Riding, Malton
Children: Sir Marmaduke (of Over Helmsley) Thweng b: ABT 1300 in Over Helmsley, North Riding Yorkshire, England - 1369
son - John de Thwenge of Cornburgh and Southburn; of full age 10 July 1347
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition Church of St. Helen and The Holy Cross, Sherrif Hutton, North Yorkshire, England
Date of manufacturing  
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died at the Battle of Stirling 1344

Married to Isabel, dau. of Sir Robert Constable of F1amborough, and Katherine, dau of Peter, Lord Mauley; dower assigned 18 Oct. 1345 of lands in Cornbrough and Southburn; d. 1346; bur. at Flamborough. Inq.p.m. 21 July 1346

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The long surcoat (instead of a more tight-fitting 'cyclas') is the only old-fashioned detail.
Sir Edmund's effigy doesn't show any prove of wearing a coat-of-plates over his hauberk. Which is remarkable since his limbs are completely encased in plates. The camail, attached to his bascinet by vervelles, is a typical new feature of the 1340s. Early plate gauntlets protect his hands, besagews cover the armpits, and a gambeson is worn under the hauberk to give extra protection against sword blows. Rowel spurs finish off this beautiful effigy. Strangely the sword-belt is still attached to the scabbard by leather straps instead of metal rings.

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Surname Reygate (of Stiveton, Steveton, Styveton, Steeton, Stiverton, Steverton)
First name Robert
Nickname  
Dating 1330
Location Kildwick
Life dates Birth: 1295 - +1307
was born ABT 1280 in Steveton, Yorkshire, England, and died AFT 1319 - d. b 1314
d. after 13 June 1314
d. BEF 1330, bur. Sherburn, York, Eng.
Title Lord Steveton
Close relatives father - John Of Steeton DE REYGATE b: 1255 in Steeton, Yorkshire
Mother - Katherine, d. a 1314
Marriage - Elizabeth (ABT 1285 - AFT 1330)
Children - William Of Steeton STEVETON b: 1322 in Steeton, Yorkshire
(William de REYGATE Lord of Steveton was born ABT 1310 in Steveton, Yorkshire, England, and died ABT 1367)
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition St Andrew, Kildwick in Craven, Yorkshire, England
Date of manufacturing  
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a magnificent recumbent monument in Hazlewood stone

Effigy of Sir Robert de Styveton (Steeton) dated 1307 but probably mid C14 in style, repositioned in 1854, now in nave north aisle, west end.

KILDWICK (St. Andrew), a parish, in the unionof Skipton, E. division of the wapentake of Staincliffe and Ewcross, W. riding of York; consisting of the chapelry of Silsden, and the townships of Both-Bradley,Cononley, Cowling, Farnhill, Glusburn, Kildwick, Steeton with Eastburn, Stirton with Thorlby, and Sutton

coat of arms of Steeton: "or, three fusils conjoined in fess vairy arg. and gu."

The"De Stivetons", of Stiveton, or Steeton, i/e/ Stephen's town, were mesne lords under the Percies. dog.

was interred here with great pomp in A.D. 1307, as appears by the contingent expenses in the Bolton Abbey cash book

The De Stivetons were undoubtedly a very notable family in Yorkshire, and of high military fame, who resided at Steeton. Sir Robert de Stiveton died in 1307, and it is his effig-y in the garb of a Knight Templar that adorns the nave of the parish church at Kildwick. Sir Robert de Stiveton had three sons, all of whom fought with bow and battle-axe at the terrible carnage of Bannockbm-n in 1314.

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