'Gedding1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Geddyng of Icklingham, Geddyng of Lackford

We spell the page's title with an 'i' rather than a 'y' because that is the modern version of this family's name. However, Cave spells the name throughout with a 'y'.
Geddyng of Gedding, Suffolk
1. William Geddyng of Lackford, Suffolk (a 1401)
  m. Mirabilia de Aspale (b c1370, a 1406, dau of Sir John de Aspale (by Katharine, dau/heir of Sir Gilbert Peche, who m2. Sir Thomas Notbeme) son of Thomas de Aspale (by Mirabilia, dau of Huge Wake of Blysworth, brother (sb uncle?) of John) son of Sir Robert de Aspale by Alicia, dau/heir of Hugo de Cressingham)
A. Thomas Geddyng of Lackford (d c1465)
  m1. Anna Hethe (dau of Thomas Hethe of Hethes Place)
  i. John Geddyng of Lackford (b c1410, d 1469)
  m. Margerie Heveningham (a 1489, dau of Sir John Heveningham, m2. Philipp Conyers)
  a. Robert Geddyng of Lackford
  m. Margeria Bladwell (dau of Galfrid (Geoffrey) Bladwell)
(1) Margery Geddyng (d 21.09.1515)
  m. Jasper Lucas (dvp 17.02.1530, son/heir of Thomas of Little Saxham)
  m2. Anna Asteley (a 1473, dau of Thomas Asteley of Melton Constable)
  ii. William Geddyng of Icklingham, Suffolk (a 1497)
  m. Margaria Watkins (dau of John Watkins by Anna, dau of Roger Cheney of Buckinghamshire)
  a. Constantia Geddyng (a 1497, 1540)
  m1. Henry Poley (son of Simon)
  m2. John Allen of St. Edmundsbury
  iii. Edmund Geddyng
  m. Elizabeth Frogenal (dau of Thomas Frogenal)
  iv. Nicholas Geddyng of Flempton (d by 1530)
m. Margaret Kendal (a 1530, dau of John Kendal)
  a. Agnes Geddyng (d 1530)
  m. GIlbert Eccleston of London
  (1)+ issue - Anthony (a 1539), Isabella
  v. Constantia Geddyng (a 1465)
  m. John Wodehouse of Kimberley (d 1465)
  vi. Isbaella Geddyng
  m. John Midling
  vii. Agnes Geddyng
  m. William Covert
  viii. Margaret Geddyng
  m. John Paine
  B. John Geddyng

Main source(s): 'The History and Antiquities of Suffolk - Thingoe Hundred' by John Cage (1838, p47) with thanks to a contributor (DCS, 14.09.16) for bringing that to our attention
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