Talk:Reginald de Cobham, 1st Baron Cobham

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The Cobham Family:

Even reputable authorites on nobility have made careless errors concerning this comlicated family:

Afew notes to begin with have been placed here because they do not seem suitable for the page attached, for now at least Faedra 11:45, 5 Oct 2004 (UTC).

Sir Henry de Cobham of Rundale (Rundell), Governor of Jersey and Guernsey (d 1316), and who was married to Joan Penchester (c. 1269 - c. 1314), a daughter of Stephen de Penchester, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports and owner of Penshurst Place, was decended from this family but by another branch.

The third son of John was Sir Reginald de Cobham of Orkesden and Eynesford, who wed Joan d'Evere (dau of William d'Evere), whose son was Reginald de Cobham, the first Lord Sterborough (c. 1295 - 1361) the husband of Joan de Berkeley, the daughter of third lord (Sir Thomas) de Berkeley.