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The history and genealogy of the Dallingridge family is bound tightly to the heirs of Henry de Hertfield, who left as his inheritance four fees lying in Hartfield, Beverington (Bevendean by Lewes), Eastbourne and Alfrichston (Alfriston).is represented in Domesday Book 1086 by Walter, once as Walter de Cahagne, who held one hide in Hertevel (Hertfield) of the Earl of Moreton, 3 hides in Beverington (Bevingdean), 2 and a half hides in Essete in Willendon Hundred, 2 hides in Alfriston, half a hide at Sidenor, 1 hide in Codenore in Pevensey Hundred, 3 hides in Esthalle in Eastbourne Hundred, all of the earl of Morton, and another part of Bevendean held of earl William de Warenne with 2 hagae or houses with land and shop in the borough of Lewes, who may be the ancestor of the Sussex Knell families.for attending Henry's court every 3 weeks, which service.William acknowledges that the tenement is the right of Roger, so that Rogers has to render 2s 6d at four terms each to William and his heirs, and William to render his dues to their overlord.
- Henry is still living in 1267, when he and Walter de Hertfield, as well as John Gulafre, receive pardon for their involvement during the time of the disturbances (CCR).- In Hertfield, in a vaulted appartment lying beneath a house, was found a shield with the arms of Dallingridge (A Hist. His last heir in turn was John de Wardieu, recorded in 1347, whose daughter and heir Elizabeth, married Sir Edward Dalyngridge (VCH).The family of Dallingridge originated in Dalyngregg (Dallingridge), situated between East Grinstead and West Hoathley ( also called Langeregg (SAC). In 1281 the constable of the Tower of London had order to deliver Richard, Robert Camville, Nicholas Malmeins and others, who were imprisoned in the Tower for trespass of venison in the King's park of Windsor, to certain mainpernors (CCR).William received respite of knighthood in 1255 and was still living in 1275, when Ralph son of Earl Hugh Bigod and his countess Matilde granted to William the amercements in the soke of Stockton where he held a third part of a fee.- He seems to have had a son and heir Roger, who in 1283 committed trespass at Stoke Ferry in Norfolk, summoned to war in Wales in 1287 (Parl. In 1302 he held the manor of Broome in Norfolk for half a fee of Roger de Somery and a quarter fee in Blo Norton.