Rash's Surname Index

Notes for Richard LINCOLN

RICHARD LINCOLN, of County Norfolk, was buried 23d Dec. 1620, at Hingham. In his will, made 3d Jan. 1615-16, he calls himself "of Swanton Morlie." He seems to have left a good estate and provided for the liberal education of his youngest son, Henry, who in later
documents is styled “Gentleman,” showing the family to have been of the gentry and entitled to coat armour. Richard LINCOLN, m. (firstly) Elizabeth REMCHING, of Carbrooke, dau. of Richard REMCHING, Lord of Carbrooke Manor, whose will is dated 12th Mar. 1566-67, in which is mentioned his dau. Elizabeth, who later m. this Richard LINCOLN; m. (secondly) HOBBS, widow; m. (thirdly) Margery DUNHAM, widow; m. (fourthly) Anne (BIRD) SMALL, widow, of the BIRD family of Great Witchingham.

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