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The historical antiquities of Hertfordshire By Henry Chauncy (sir.)
Researching the family of: Gravelai, Gravele, Graveley, Gravely Page 108: About 1659 - Thomas Gravely is mentoned.
Page 116: Place Name and Surname spellings mentioned - "Gravelai" and "Graveley;"
Page 116: (about 1066-1096) "Graveley, cum Chivesfield: "When that memorable Record of Domesdei was made, William Earl of Elve, Son of Robert de Auco, one of the Chief Counsellours to William Duke of Normandy, before his Conquest of England, was possest of this Mannor of Graveley, for 'tis there recorded, under the Title of Terra Willielmi de Ow."
Page 158: Robert de Gravele is mentioned.
Page 182: 1241 - Ralph de Gravelee is mentioned.
Page 201: Sale to "George Gravely. who had one Daughter Littice his only Child and Heir." Lettice married Luke Norton. (This GRAVELY line ends with George GRAVELY who had no sons.)
Page 254: Walter de Gravely is mentioned in Hertfordshire, England (About 1097).