William Abney
Sex: Male
Birth: after1437
Father: John Abney (c1419)
Mother: - de Ingwardby

William Abney

William Abney, Lord Exparte of Willesley (son of John Abney & daughter of William de Ingwardby); in 1459 according to a recorded document, William Abney accepted a presentment against the heirs of William Ingwardby, signifying that the estates and lands of the heirs of William Ingwardby were then in the possession of William Abney, son and heir of John Abney.

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  • Unless indicated otherwise, data is from "The Earliest of My Abney Family Line Descended from Gor Thorrassn" by D. A. Sharpe [1] and may be verified online by walking the tree.



Name Birthdate Birthplace Death date Death place
Children of William Abney (after1437)
John Abney (bef1460) 1800


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