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Surname de Cressy (Cressey)
First Name Hugh
Dating 1347
Location Surfleet
Life dates 1313 - 1347
Title Sir of Risegate, Claypole, and Braytoft
Close relatives (Link), (Link)
Father - William de Cressy (25 Dec 1291 - Bef 15 Nov 1334)
wife - Matilda (Maud) (b: ABT 1315 - 1355)
Sir John Cressy (b: ABT 1338 in Hodsop, Nottinghamshire, England - 1383)
Katherine de Cressy (b: ABT 1344 in of Hodsac, Yorkshire, England)
Elizabeth de CRESSY (b: ABT 1342 in Risegate, Lincolnshire, England)
Type of the object effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
Place of exposition Church of St Laurence, Surfleet, Lincolnshire, England
Date of manufacturing  

(Link) Some say the effigy is actually of Sir Hugh's kinsman Sir Roger de Cressy. The vote seems to have gone in Sir Hugh's favor because his will specifically requests that he be buried near the altar of the church.

Hugh De Cressey

effigy of a knight in armour, said to represent one of the Cressys of Cressy Hall

(Link) In chancel a C14 full length effigy, 1313-1347, of Sir Hugh de Cressy, a knight in chain mail and surcoat, head on lozenge shaped cushion, feet on a lion, covered by a cusped canopy now set in the east wall

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