Re: Guillaume de Fiennes and his wife, Agnes de Dammartin
I have been trying to prove this with getting christening records, etc. for her.So far, I have not been successful in getting christening records or marriage records for her.The info I got was from the website called Tudorplace.According to others on the Dorset list on roots, Gregory would have had to acknowlege her at some point if she was using his last name.If you were an illegitimate child, you could not use the father's last name without his acknowlegement of your relationship to him.I think Ann was very hurt and jealous because of the death of her only child as an infant.She never had another child.
Gregory's younger brother could not have been her father as he died in his early teens and all the children of Gregory's sister are accounted for and none were out of wedlock.That leaves only Gregory.
This is all the info I have at the moment.I do have the wills for both Gregory and Ann and you are correct that daughter is missing from the wills and no mention of the name Wheatley/Wheatleigh is in the wills.