Sir Thomas Montgomery, Esq. of Faulkbourne Hall
It is unclear at the moment why the Manor of Belchamp Walter was "conveyed" to Sir Roger Wentworth. Another case of the lack of a male heir.
There are lots of notes on the geneolocial records of the Wentworths. I need to expand this. The transfer or "conveyance" was due to marriage of Anne Montgomery to a Wentworth (need to check this).
Sir Thomas Montgomery married Philippa Helion 1460, this was probably close to the time that the Manor came into the Montgomery name.
What Thomas Wright said:
John Helion, Esq. was their son and heir, who, dying in 1450, left, by his wife Editha, daughter and co heiress of Thomas Rolfe, Esq. of Gosfield, Philippa, married to Sir Thomas Montgomery, Esq. of Faulkbourne Hall; and Isabel, the wife of Humphrey Tyrell, Esq. of Little Warley, to whom she bore an only daughter, named Anne, who, by marriage, conveyed this and other great estates to Sir Roger Wentworth, of Codham Hall, in Wethersfield.
Philippa Helion and Sir Thomas Montgomery, Esq. of Faulkbourne Hall. Humphrey Tyrell
Daughter Anne Tyrell married John Wentworth of Gosfield. John Wentworth's father (or grandfather) was Sir Roger Wentworth.
Sir Thomas Montgomery, Sheriff of Norfolk, Suffolk, & Anglesey was born circa 1430 at of Faulkbourne, Essex, England.1,8
He married Philippe Helion, daughter of John Helion, Esq. and Edith Rolfe, circa 1460;
They had one daughter (named unknown) who married (Mr.) Mortimer.8,6 Sir Thomas Montgomery, Sheriff of Norfolk, Suffolk, & Anglesey married Lora Berkeley, daughter of Sir Edward Berkeley, Sheriff of Hampshire & Gloucestershire, Bailiff of Burley and Christian Holt, after 12 October 1485;
No issue.1,2,3,4,5 Sir Thomas Montgomery, Sheriff of Norfolk, Suffolk, & Anglesey left a will on 28 July 1489.8
He died on 2 January 1495; Buried in the Lady Chapel in Eastminster, New Abbey, London.1,2,8,4