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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bell 369380 & 369381

369380. Sir John Tyrell & 369381. Alice Coggeshall {Bell}

~1375, John born in England, heir & s/o 738760. Sir Thomas Tyrell & 738761. Eleanor Famberd.

~1390, Alice born in England, coheir & d/o 738762. William de Coggeshall & 738763. Antiocha Hawkwood.

John of Heron in Essex.

11/16/1408, “Debtor: John Burgeys, of Maldon in Essex. Creditor: John Tyrell of Essex, and William Spenser of London. Amount: 100m.” (S) UKNA.

1413, John Sheriff of Herts. (S) UKNA.

1413, John in possession of the Herons manor of his father.

9/29/1420, John Sheriff of Herts. (S) UKNA.

1423, John High Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire.

1423-28, John, lord of the manor of Hunsdon.

1427-28, John at parliament representing Hertfordshire, Speaker for the House of Commons.

1428, John Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.

Alice died. [Actual date unknown.]

John married 2nd Catherine ?. (S) Will of Sir William Tyrell, s/o Alice.

1/1431, John at parliament representing Essex, Speaker for the House of Commons.

1433, Sir John Tyrell granted wardship of Margaret, 11-year-old heiress of John Mautby. [In 1434 the wardship was granted to Sir John Radcliff.] (S) The Paston Family In The Fifteenth Century, Richmond, 2002, P123.

2/16/1434, “1. John Tyrell, kt. 2. Brian Stapilton, kt. John Cottesmore. William Paston. (1) to (2), custody of land (10a.) in Aldeburgh formerly of John Mauteby, esq., deceased.” (S) UKNA.

1/1437, Sir John Tyrell representing Essex, Speaker of the House of Commons.

1437, “Wardrobe of the king's household: John Tyrell, knight.” (S) UKNA.

1437, “A list of names of creditors for wages from the war: … John Tirell, treasurer of war …” (S) UKNA.

1437, John, treasurer of the household to King Henry VI, died. (S) UKNA.

(S) Paston Letters, V1-2, Fenn, 1840, P73. (S) Genealogical Memoirs of the Extinct Family of Chester of Chicheley, Waters, 1878, P309.

Family notes:
• John and Alice have a monument in the East Herndon church which is one of the finest specimens of incised sepulchar slabs. She is represented full length under a canopy bearing the arms of Coggeshall impaling Tyrell. All of the children are listed.
• Many genealogies say Alice married 2nd John Langham, Esq. of Pantfield, Essex. This is incorrect. The 1st son, William Sen., married Alice.
• John had by both wives 6 sons and 4 daughters; 2 sons named William.

Child of John and Alice:

i. William Tyrell (184690), born ~1420 in England.

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